Rules On How To Play Pachinko
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Pachinko is a very popular Japanese game in which multiple balls are launched and
dropped through a network of pegs on a vertical board.
Some historians on Pachinko say the game most likely descended from the
"Coringth Game" which originated in Chicago, USA.
The game appeared in Japan in the early 1920's, and the first pachinko
hall was opened in the Osaka Prefecture.
The word Pachinko comes from the Japanese word "pachi-pachi" which means
the clicking of small objects together or the sound of fire crackling and likely got that
name from the crackling of pachinko balls in play and flashing display board similar to
a pinball machine. Pachinko is starting to make its
mark both in online casinos in a video version and in off line, traditional casinos.
To play pachinko,
you purchase five to one hundred pachinko balls. You choose and set the
cost per ball at $.05, $.25, $1,
or $5. When you decide to cash out, you will receive money equal to the remaining
balls multiplied by the dollar value you set for the cost per ball.
Obviously, the objective is to gain more Pachinko balls than you started
with, and cash out at a profit.
Once you purchase Pachinko balls on a machine, you launch those balls from the top of the
machine and watch them fall through a protective glass window.
Most of the steel Pachinko balls will pass by the pins to the bottom and go out of play.
However, some Pachinko balls will land in special pockets.
These special Pachinko pockets activate the pachinko slot machine.
For landing in a special pocket you are instantly rewarded with a
set number of balls AND a "free spin" on the slot machine (this
built-in slot machine is sometimes called "the pachinko").
If three matching symbols show up on the slot machine reels,
you win an even greater amount of Pachinko balls. The two side bonus areas pay out a bonus of seven Pachinko balls,
while the center bonus area pays out seven balls plus a spin. Bonus,
"free spins" can award up to 50 Pachinko balls.
It's pinball meets slot machine gambling... way fun.
How a pachinko machine pays out, or operates, the design of the machine, varies greatly.
But, the general principal of pachinko is fairly standard.
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Good luck to you and have fun playing Pachinko!
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