Race For The Case

race for the case

The slots are an integral part of Las Vegas culture and many tournaments and races are held for players to compete while playing their favorite slot machines. At The Plaza Hotel & Casino, players will have the chance to compete over three days by racing to earn the highest points on their favorite slot machines. The race will be intense as players compete head-to-head and try to get the highest points. There is no buy-in for the race and the first prize winner will receive a handsome reward of $15,000.

The way the race works is to be one of the top five players with the highest points by playing the slot machines. The top five will then get to choose from five briefcases. Each briefcase contains a different amount of money, which ranges from $1,000 to $15,000. The player with the highest slots points will be the first person to choose a briefcase. Winners will only have a minute to choose and are not allowed to switch once they have picked a briefcase. Which means that the first place slot winner will not necessarily take home the most money.

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All players have the chance to win the $50,000 Race For The Case. If you enjoy playing slots, this race is for you. There are two weekends that the race will be held in 2018. The first weekend is June 29 – July 1, and the second weekend is November 9 – November 11.

Come have fun competing against others for the chance to take home $15,000.

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Slot machines have a big history in Las Vegas where the first fully electromechanical and video slot machines were made. Although the precursor were first invented in 1891 in New York; the first slot machines happened to be based on the classic game of poker. Even one of the early slot machines dispensed different flavors of chewing gum, which is why some of the popular cherry and melon symbols come from! Now slot machines that you see on every Las Vegas casino floor have fun and unusual themes that range from TV shows to musical and pop icons.