This is a fully working quarter draw poker machine that even makes sounds as you insert quarters and either win or lose! If you win, it continues to make sounds based on the number of coins you win/time that it takes to award you credits. It was manufactured by Games of Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada in April 1985 according to the tag attached to the outside of the cabinet.You can play from one to five quarters (by actually inserting quarters into the coin entry slot) and payouts are made according to the listings on the top glass. Payouts vary from two to over 1000 coins! Although it shows a progressive payout for a Royal Flush with five coins played, since this isnt hooked up to other machines, Im not sure what happens if you win that! And, no, I have never had a Royal Flush on the machine, or on any other Draw Poker machine, for that matter! When you win, you are awarded credits on the play meter and you can either play from those credits, insert more coins, or receive your winnings in the form of quarters that are dropped into the metal bin at the bottom. To have the cards dealt, you press the Deal Draw button on the far right of the control panel. Once the cards are dealt, you can hold any of the five by pressing its corresponding button and HOLD lights on the screen below that card. Once you keep the ones you want, press the Deal button again and have new cards replace the ones you didnt keep. Your five card hand is then either a winner loser based on you final five cards. Although it doesnt show as a payout on the top glass, this machine awards your coins back for a hand of Jacks or Better! Buttons control your cash out, bet one credit, deal the draw, or hold the cards. There is also a Stand button that holds all five cards once they are dealt, but once you press it, you cant undo that so be careful that you mean to hold all cards! It measures just over 33.5 tall, 17-1/8 wide, and just under 24 deep.
It is also pretty heavy since it is an actual industrial draw poker! It is in pretty nice shape with only some minor scratches and nicks/chips in the cabinet.The three front glasses appear to be silkscreened paint on plate glass ad all are in very nice shape with only minor imperfections. When you look close at the lower glass, you can see the start of some internal cracking in the paint, but not real bad. All colors and graphics are nice and bright with no sign of any fading.
When the machine is turned off, you can see some screen burn in the monitor (see photo) but when turned on, the screen graphics are nice, bright, and clear see other photos. The key for the cabinet lock is also included with the machine.The manufacturers tag is still on the bottom of the right side of the cabinet! Even though you may see some quarters in the bin inside to allow the payoffs to be made, those will NOT be included with the machine! You will need to supply your own quarters! This FULLY WORKING draw poker machine is in real nice shape and displays very well.
It will make a great addition to any game room or collection and will give you a LOT of enjoyment! It doesnt get any easier or better than that!My preference is to work with a company that provides door to door service which handles all of the wrapping, loading, and hauling. The item "1985 Games of Nevada 1 To 5 Quarter Lighted Video Draw Poker Machine-FULLY WORKS" is in sale since Sunday, October 27, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Casino\Slots\Machines\Antique Coin Slot Machines". The seller is "59redvette" and is located in Woodstock, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.