Ready, set, gamble: Video gaming coming soon
JUSTICE (AP) – Diners heading into Chino’s Pizzeria in this Chicago suburb will get more than a chance to try the specialty sausage and mushroom calzones – they’ll soon be among the first in Illinois to try their hand at video poker.
More than 3 years after the state approved video gambling, the first batch of machines is arriving at bars, veterans’ establishments and truck stops. The machines should be up and running within a matter of weeks, as state officials iron out last-minute details.
Three poker terminals were recently installed in a side room at Chino’s, where the tables are covered with green checkered tablecloths and pictures of classic cars line the walls.
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