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    https://twitter.com/#!/x/status/1574257494758608896


    Maybe Alan can pick up the pieces if this marriage doesn't work out.
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    That's one way to pay for the wedding.

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    Well that's one way to get fucked on your wedding night.
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    All the progs on the bride's Quick Hit are at reset. Synopsis:staged.

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    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    All the progs on the bride's Quick Hit are at reset. Synopsis:staged.
    Lol, Thatís a great catch Tableplay!

    Although I do occasionally see this at some casinos the progressives donít move.

    Itís pretty rare to see on a Quick Hit, but I do see a lot of Cashman Bingos that are set up where the Progressives donít move.

    Could still be staged though anyway.

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    Why would the photo be staged?

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    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Why would the photo be staged?
    Are you asking the motivation for staging it or questioning that it is staged ?
    If the former, perhaps to generate clicks/hits/follows on the Twitter page. If the latter, it is as Ben suggested - it's EXTREMELY rare to see fully stabilized progs on a Quick Hit. In fact, the whole point of Quick Hits is progressives which move; that's the foundational attraction to the game (i.e the title of the game is Quick Hits because you can get a progressive on a shorter cycle than a lot of other slots). There's a small chance that the bride got on a freshly installed machine or they fully reset it (and then, by Nevada Gaming Regulation law, as you know, moved the equity to some other machine(s)), but that is less likely than a staged photo IMHO.

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    Thanks tableplay. I just think that if someone is going to the trouble of staging a photo they'd do something better than this.

    I've seen other photos of brides playing in casinos and the bride has all the trimmings.
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    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Thanks tableplay. I just think that if someone is going to the trouble of staging a photo they'd do something better than this.

    I've seen other photos of brides playing in casinos and the bride has all the trimmings.
    No problem. Regardless, this is all a nothing burger. If a newly-married couple wants to toss off some money and have some fun at the casino after the wedding (in the event of a non-staged situation) as part of their celebration it is not worth a mention - happens all the time.

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