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The Reel Life

7 August 2008

OK all you online haters. You can't complain about Internet games being rigged anymore. According to TMZ, Plinko -- yes, Plinko -- can be rigged. While shooting a commercial, the Price is Right rigged Plinko so the disc fell in the $10,000 slot every time it was dropped onto the board. After shooting the commerical, the Price is Right staff forgot to reset the machine and began taping an episode of the show. When one of the contestants won the right play Plinko, she won $30,000 on three turns. The producers of the show then realized what had happened and stopped taping so they could reset the machine. The contestant played again and won only $3,000. After the taping concluded, the show decided to give the contestant the full $33,000 she had won. And if you're waiting to see this episode on TV, don't hold your breath. They've decided not to air this particular show.

Get in the fast lane grandma, the Bingo game is ready to roll!

Jackpots on the rise

There are big bucks to be won on the Microgaming jackpots this week. Here's a quick look at their top progressive jackpots.

  • Mega Moolah $3,6 million
  • MajorMillions $946,132
  • RouletteRoyale 898,920
  • King Cashalot $581,832
  • CyberStud $215,928.92
  • TripleSevens $124,586

Now that's a wedding

If those Microgaming progressives aren't strong enough for you, consider what Katie Hodgson and Darren McWalters did this week. The two tied the knot while strapped to the backs of two biplanes. And the clergyman officiating the wedding was flying ahead of the two planes with the bride and groom. Now that's excitement.

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