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Casino Slots: $24,988 Win Should Have Been Just $12!

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Jun/21/2011
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A Pittsburgh casino slot machine that was supposed to have paid only $12 ended up dispersing $24,988 to one lucky casino slots player. 

The unidentified Rivers Casino player was ultimately allowed to keep his winning jackpot.

A spokesperson for the casino says that the casino slots machine was not properly tested prior to the May 29 jackpot.

The State Gaming Board was to have issued a fine against the casino, according to reports.  Instead, the Board nixed a consent agreement with the establishment on Monday. 

- Gambling911.com Staff

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