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Borgata adds Jeopardy slot machine

Borgata adds Jeopardy slot machine

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Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa on Friday announced the addition of a ‘Jeopardy!’ slot machine.

Located across from the Long Bar, the large-format MegaTower Universal Gaming machine lets players post bets of six, 10 or 20 credits, according to a news release from the casino. It features bonuses from the show like Daily Double and Double Jeopardy, and players can also advance to a Final Jeopardy round.

The game math is based on the Wheel of Fortune Triple Double Diamond Slots.

— Ahmad Austin

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AAustin@pressofac.com

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