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Slots Which casinos have this monster slot, Titan 360?

Discussion in 'Slots' started by Sue24, Jul 1, 2014.

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  1. Sue24

    Sue24 High-Roller

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    Looks fun to try, once anyhow!
     
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    USCHawks High-Roller

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    There's a member on this board who is obsessed with this game and will probably be able to tell you where they are. Try doing a search and there should be some results within the past few months.
     
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    IIRC, at Venetian and The Quad.
     
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    The only casino in Vegas that has this game is the Quad right at the las vegas blvd entrance to the casino (Venetian does not have it anymore), cannot miss it when you walk inside. I recommend bringing friends with you to play it or hope that there are a lot on when you decide to try it or get people to play with you. It is a multiplayer progressive slot where you will only see the bonus ring (the big wheel) trigger on average about 200-250 spins/30 spins per station throughout all 8 stations on the slot bank if all 8 players are playing. The more players playing, the more often you will see the bonus ring trigger and the longer you can play it and the more fun you will have. Sometimes it goes off even more often on average of 2.3 minutes (I see this a lot at my local), but the average when I time it is usually 6-8 minutes with 6-8 players on. This is not a machine you want to play by yourself unless you want to spend a bunch of money just to see the bonus ring or maybe trigger right away depending on what spin number it is at. It is fun when there is a lot of players and an audience to cheer you on. I heard not many people are on it at one time at the Quad and many people do not know that you need a group of people on to have fun playing it unless they go on message boards like we do.

    There are only 6 total built: Quad (vegas), San Manuel (so cal), Morongo (so cal), Pechanga (so cal), River Cree (Canada), and Harrahs (AC). The best place to watch it and/or play it is at any of the southern california casinos, very packed. Pechanga has the most crowds and Morongo does too. I don't know about san manuel (have not been there since 2009) or the harrahs ac or river cree one. All are penny machines except for San Manuel and River Cree (those 2 casinos have it set at 2 cents).
     
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