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Devil of a Deal
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    Devil of a Deal

    Sited by sceptre in a Harvester, what looked like a clone of TIOLI with red artwork, it was in a new cabinet though, looked like a stripped down Horizon, some guy was doing his swede on it, had a cash or bust button too.

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    I've had one of these turn up, anyone played one out?
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    got one in a spoons near me , not really give it a go as yet, anyone else?

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    There seems to be post missing from this thread, perhaps they were'nt as seething as you first thought
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    Or perhaps they were worse

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    Looks like a clone of Goooalll

    [QUOTE=betchrider;206299]You go upto a bird and grab her quim and say "im gonna knock the fuck outta this" and see what happens[/QUOTE]

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    Took one on today, cost 60 for 105, pound stake is useless, only offers the super feature on trident entry a la red boxing on perfect game, super feature is terrible, took it once which gave me 2 quid thankfully so didn't knock it back, seemed quite progressive, offering 10/15 after 35/40 in, didn't offer the 25 which is the second highest, seemed to red up the tastier the boards got, split between the cash and feature shots though. When it finally caved it went GATW without saying it, just lit all the tridents red on board entry. MIGHT be a keeper, i'm sure future visits will confirm.

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    Played or there full offered 15 after bout 30 in 200 for flat 70 niceeee

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    Didn't these 'work'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFK
    Didn't these 'work'?
    Thought about that myself anybody try as I got on here

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    Ive yet to make my mind up on this one, although I will say forcing it as a playing method thats a no no...

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    Meh...newly sited one - literally they put it in next to me whilst I was playing something else. Looked Box Fresh, so I gave it a spin, and a spin and a few more spins. Bottom line was 1 spin - sacking everything bar top feature or IM, it took 178 to top out off the red tridents filling up on board entry. Hmmm 100 stray value then...must be some wind down boards then - well, 1x20 feature and a couple of 6-8 and it was stone back at 2-4 blocks.
    Not trying it again - had exactly the same force profile as Back to the Future - way over JP value if you catch one wrong.
    Confucius say "man who know wombat know more than stupid looking monkey"

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    if they'd played it in the showroom then it'd be stone dead when they put it in

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    They've changed the feature names on these for some reason. Literally the entire feature decals removed and replaced. If you see one out and about it probably won't look quite the same as Gambo's picture above.

    Answers on a postcard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kong
    They've changed the feature names on these for some reason. Literally the entire feature decals removed and replaced. If you see one out and about it probably won't look quite the same as Gambo's picture above.

    Answers on a postcard?
    yes wtf is this about I noticed it myself...

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