Top Dollar 5 reel slot machine
The Top Dollar 5 reel slot machine is an IGT Barcrest S2000 slot machine with the bonus features in the top. Hit 3 top dollar symbols on one of the five paylines and you will get to play the Top Dollar Bonus Feature in the top of the machine. In the bonus round you will receive an offer and you will need to choose “try again” or “take win”. You will have 4 offers to decide. Once you try again you cannot go back to the first offer. The Top Dollar 5 reel slot machine has all the enhanced sounds in bonus mode. Plays different music on each spin.
Bill Validator accepts $1’s through $100’s Standard casino size cabinet 48″ tall, 250 pounds Chrome trim – Slot Machine exterior color varies Cabinet Color: Additional pictures are available by email upon request to insure there are no misunderstandings concerning the color of the exact machine you are buying. Most machine cabinets are black but this is not the rule. Machine Dimensions: This machine is 44 inches high and the top candle will add an additional 4 to 6 inches. The width is 22 inches and 20 inches deep. The weight is approximately 250 pounds. Power Requirements: This machine will run on normal 110 V household current. The power cord will run out of the back of the machine. No special adaptor or wiring is needed. It is a good idea to plug the power cord into a power surge protector since there is a computer board inside this machine.
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The IGT S2000 slot machine is probably the most recognizable slot machine in the world due to its wide distribution and the movie industry. Most casinos today will have these on the game floor. The IGT S2000 remains a favorite of “reel machine” enthusiast worldwide. IGT S2000 slot machines are a must have for any floor and are also one of the lowest cost slots available now.
The IGT S2000’s are the classic reel slots that you see in the casinos today. These are our most popular machines for home sales. These machines come to us coinless now from the casino- meaning they will take bills and print out a ticket; just like in a modern day casino. They can be converted back to take coins at an additional cost; however, we highly recommend keeping them coinless.