Slot Machine Malfunctions and Fixes Explained | Gaming Post

Joseph Dupuis from the Casino said, “We deeply regret that Ms. Castillo temporarily experienced an incorrect credit display while the machine began its process of metering down after the display malfunction, and have offered her a weekend stay in one of our suites as our guest, as well as dining at the property and free play included.” In a similar incident in Oregon, Veronica Castillo thought that she had struck it lucky after hitting an $8 million jackpot. Castillo was playing alongside her mother at the Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester, Washington when the bells and whistles went off to announce her jackpot win. ‘I was very excited and happy’ Castillo said, until casino staff came over and told her the machine had Veronica Castillo said employees at the Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester, Washington turned off the machine and gave her just $80. She had inserted $100, Q13 Fox reports. "Somebody's going to have Veronica Castillo is a loan officer from Portland, Oregon, who just happened to be minding her own business while gambling in a Washington casino. With little chance of winning big, Castillo was happily playing for the fun of it, and if she happened to win something, then great. It was in the casino where she would come across the unexpected, a massive jackpot, but before she even had to time Veronica Castillo. Veronica Castillo from Portland is the other “unfortunate millionaire”. In 2015, she hit a jackpot of $8 million from playing a slot game at Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester. Ms. Castillo was a millionaire for mere minutes after the casino managers claimed that she won due to a computer glitch and she has been denied the jackpot payout. Casino CEO John Setterstrom issued But the casino said the game only offered a maximum jackpot of $20,000. Veronica Castillo of Oregon thought she had won more than $8.5 million on a video game called Jurassic Riches. (KGW News) A Beaverton woman is planning a legal fight against a Washington state casino that, she says, cheated her out of an $8.5 million jackpot. In interviews with KOIN and KGW, Veronica Castillo said Veronica Castillo had a grand total of five minutes to revel in her $8 million slots jackpot…then she got the bad news. Officials at the Lucky Eagle Casino, located in Portland, Oregon, informed Castillo that her jackpot was the result of a machine malfunction. They claim that the game she was playing, Jurassic Riches, only Veronica Castillo from Portland, Oregon, thought she hit an over $8 million jackpot at a Washington state casino, until the bosses told her that the machine had malfunctioned and there would be no prize. Although not a big gambler, Castillo went with her mother to Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester, Washington, on Nov. 5. While playing a video game called Jurassic Riches, Castillo’s winnings Veronica Castillo, 42, is upset after apparently winning an $8 million jackpot at a casino only to be told that the slot machine made a mistake. She ended up being given $80 as a consolation prize.

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