Token Slot Machine – Silver Strike slot machines, which have developed a cult following, are becoming harder and harder to find in Las Vegas. Silver Strike has become popular because of the accumulated tokens that are distributed when players line up the “Silver Strike” symbol on the 3rd line of the machine.
Strikes are awarded with images specific to the casino in which they are won, and are often rare, or limited in nature. Players rarely cash in SilverStrike tokens, and there is a vibrant second-hand market on eBay and similar websites.
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Note that the position of Silver Strike games within the casino may change, and some will change later. We will do our best to keep the places up to date!
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Currently, Plaza offers players 2 Silver Strike machines. Both are located directly in front of the casino cashier cage. They currently have a promotional 50th anniversary silver strike token to celebrate the plaza’s anniversary.
Offering players the widest selection of Silver Strike slot machines in Las Vegas, 4 Queens has seemingly thrown them all over the gaming floor. While 9 out of 10 of their machines only dispense $10 Silver Strike tokens, the machine near the entrance (on the Golden Nugget side of the property) also dispenses $40 worth of Strikes with a yellow cap.
Sadly, El Cortez recently permanently removed their last Silver Strike machine. I asked a couple of slot attendants and they both seemed like it took forever.
Although they once were, Silver Strikes are no longer offered at any Las Vegas Strip casinos that we are aware of.
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Ironically, Silver Strike slot machines have recently been installed at Red Rock, which is located off the Strip. Finish and add to your collection!
This is a difficult question as there is no solid answer. I can only work from my limited experience. On my most recent visit, I paid $20 through the SilverStrike machine at each of the above listings.
I got 2 Silver Strikes at the Plaza, 2 Silver Strikes at 4 Coins (including the yellow cap $40 strike), and 1 at El Cortez. My assumption is that I’m overheated and the rate at which I win is not indicative of future results. Let us know in the comments what you won!
As a different slot experience, we definitely encourage you to check out Silver Strike the next time you’re in Vegas! Who knows, you might end up with a priceless souvenir.
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I was in Vegas this week and was told about this machine. I went to all three casinos and found that the odds at El Cortez were not as good as the other two. Maybe because they only had 1 of these machines in their casino. Plaza has 2 of them and I can say that I felt very good here. They only have 2 machines but for $20 I average 2 per $20. 😱 4 queens have a few of these machines now but I still average 2 per $20. Love this machine. Now I need to find the “theme” behind these coins.. my guess for the four coins is bits and bobs.. any other thoughts on the 5 coins of 4 coins? A local Goodwill, after which I saw it there yesterday afternoon but balked at the price tag even though the nice checkout lady let me go behind her counter to look at it a little closer. So I couldn’t get it out of my head so made another trip there this morning to look again for the first time…during which (store manager?) Bruce was finally *ever* helpful enough to not only get it out. Behind the counter, so I can actually plug it in to see what happens – even more so, after considering (and agreeing to) my slightly lower price ‘offer’ I did. But wait – there’s more – by the time it got to the cash register on my credit card Bruce did me even better… Turns out the machine seemed to only ‘color code’ the correct price on it. The tag is on, so even though he technically called it full price, I brought it home for half price instead?!!!
I’m just in the process of discovering what it really is, outside of a Japanese made (I think) machine, maybe not too old, maybe built for some kind of commercial service but now apparently (within the labels According to) has been done. ‘remanufactured’ (by a company in Rochester, NY) for home use. I’m also just barely in the process of *playing with it* to determine if it really *works* – all I can say at this point is that it gives power and light as if it *want* to. to do. Despite working I still haven’t figured out how to get the wheels turning on it… It could be (please?!) just a matter of a “reset” process that I haven’t found yet.
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Learning continues?!! 🙂 This is the so called “PACHISLO” machine. They are apparently quite popular and commonly found at arcades in Japanese cities (along with “PACHINKO” vertical pinball machines) and differ from the more common ‘slot machines’ in that their reels, once spun, are individually by the player (via the 3. large buttons immediately below them, which light up in 2 different colors during play) rather than automatically by the machine. This distinction gives them (legal, anyway?) the ability to be a “game of skill” vs. a “game of chance.”
This particular model was created in 2002 and has a ‘dance party/attitude’ theme. It seems (fortunately!) to be a rather USA-friendly design (for some reason?) because its essential functions/etc are labeled in English (lots and lots of Japanese too) and its ‘voice’ also speaks English. . Yep – in addition to the *wide* variety of sound effects it uses – it also plays music and ‘dialogue’. The small red display panel immediately on the RH side of its rail is another unique feature of this model (I guess?) It’s actually an LED matrix that displays various movement patterns/scrolling characters/etc. While playing the game, sometimes. Being ‘part of the game’ in some sort of ‘bonus mode’ I haven’t discovered yet.
And yes, as I already added in the ‘comment’, I’m currently waiting for a few hundred more tokens to start putting it through its paces and find out what it’s all about. Kry- but at the moment anyway it looks like it’s going to work just fine?!!
My package of ‘authentic vintage’ tokens arrived just in time last week, and I’m now more than happy to report that my CLUB RODEO does indeed seem to be in *fully functional condition in all respects*, although I’m actually learning I continue. How to play it’ with more details on ‘what is it/how does it work/etc/etc’. [Another thing accidentally learned… It’s not that easy to hold the phone cam with one hand taking a studio video, while playing a slot machine with the other…?? ] I’ve added a post for the token here:
Kariyushi Token Slot Machine Manufactured By Takasago Comes Complete With One Box Of Tokens
Here’s today’s related little ‘happy fact’ — on a return visit to the same GW store, Bruce was behind the counter when I checked out so I asked him if he remembered me…he didn’t until I also mentioned the ‘slot machine’. Then he remembered and immediately asked if I was doing it – when I smiled and replied yes we talked some more during which he reached under the counter “Oh, you should have them too” , coming up with one. A little bag of ~50+ tokens that were apparently ‘loose’ from my machine (or both. They also sold for more dollars in “working” condition last week, which I never saw.. .that’s.maybe even a good thing?!!) when it/they were sitting there. When I showed him the sneaky phone cam video, he stopped a more manager-type friend to watch as well (who also immediately went to grab a bag of tokens for me until Bruce told him he already did). Is it?!) and both seemed to be. Really happy with it for my results. Did you all know… expect a free bonus from a slot machine every time I think, but not so much from a Goodwill store…??!!
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