Texas Woman Wins $787k Slots Jackpot on Labor Day

Janet Redwine celebrated her Labor Day holiday in style by winning a slots jackpot worth $787,842. The Texan was playing the penny slots game Willy Wonka: World of Wonka when she won. Redwine didn’t offer any statements about her big prize. But she did pose for a picture next to the lucky Willy Wonka slot …

Jack Cleveland Casino Reduces Slots – Earns More Revenue

Slot machines are traditionally the cash cow of casinos. But Jack Cleveland casino earned more revenue after reducing their number of slots. Cleveland.com reports that Jack Casino lowered their amount of slot machines in an effort to revamp the gaming floor layout. They also added other casino games in place of the slots. The result …

Foxwoods Casino Adds Skill-Based Slots

Atlantic City casinos have been testing skill-based slot machines. And now you can add Connecticut’s Foxwoods to the list of those trying skill-based slots. Foxwoods has added products like Nothin’ but Net and Candy Crush Saga to their gaming floor. “Skill-based gaming is something that’s pretty new for a lot of the industry,” says Brian …

Pennsylvania, West Virginia Giving Less Slots Free Play

Casinos in Pennsylvania and West Virginia have been giving out less slots free play lately. Pennsylvania awarded the largest amount of free play in the 2012-13 fiscal year, when they gave out $681.2 million. But they only awarded $622.4 million in free play during the 2016-17 fiscal year. West Virginia casinos gave away a peak …

100-Year-Old Woman Wins Slots Jackpot after Fainting

Alice Rakowsky won a slots jackpot in one of the most-unique ways possible – fainting. The 100-year-old was playing penny slots at the Meadows Casino in Pittsburgh. She suddenly fainted, and her head hit the spin button as she was falling. Rakowsky discovered that she was $200 richer after waking up and pulling herself back …

Texas Commerce Woman Steals $48k – Blows It on Slot Machines

Anna McKinney had worked at the Denison (TX) Area Chamber of Commerce since 1977, rising from a secretary to the chamber president. But McKinney recently retired amid a scandal involving slot machines. The Herald Democrat reports that her retirement came shortly after an internal audit began. The Chamber’s board of directors brought in outside auditors …