The Wonders List

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Post by widget2k4 »

Works pretty similar to the kraft jackpot with the dummy jackpot in view, except they cover it as it pays out to give illusion its paying you what's in the window, would of been nice to have seen that on it
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Post by polaris »

treefrog wrote:Odd that the graphics the only words have been chopped by the ball track
Could it be that in bringing the track further up above the lettering it would cut through the window, obstructing the view of jackpot?
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Post by pennymachines »

I'm sure that's right, but it seems they missed a trick not putting it centre-field for maximum impact. The jackpot payout is clever, as you say, but a shutter linked to the slide, which momentarily obscured the pot window, would have been nice. Anyway, an unusual, fun and very rare allwin. !THUMBS!
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Post by treefrog »

I couldn’t find a picture on the Wonders list of the Royal Flush, so added this one in the later cabinet. Interesting as I could see no payout slide or method for payout and maybe was just coin return. Not the most exciting of Wonders machines, but I guess not common. Sold the other day for £200....
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Post by brigham »

A good £200 worth, basic as it is.
I'll take five...
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Post by cheeky »

£250 actually Tom. A higher offer was accepted. Did anyone on here buy it? 🤔
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