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Video Poker in Oregon

Up until recently, Oregon lottery law permited bars and taverns to have up to five video lottery terminals that offer various versions of video poker. A recent change to this law however allows bars and taverns to add a sixth video poker terminal - a move that is projected to generate $22 million (in the next two years) for the State's needy budget plan. The maximum bet allowed on these machines is $2 and the maximum payout on any machine is currently capped at $600. These video lottery machines are just the same as regular video gaming devices, but are called lottery terminals because they are regulated by the state’s lottery commission. This commission receives a share of each machine’s revenue. The machines accept cash but do not pay out in cash; instead, they print out a receipt which must be taken to a cashier.

Over the years, the Oregon State Lottery Commission has received numerous petitions from players and retailers to add other games such as "line games" (e.g. slot games where symbols are lined up to win), video Keno, video Bingo, and more. These other games are actually offered by Oregon's eight Indian casinos and despite the clear demand for comparable and competitive video lottery games, the Lottery Commission has held off approving any such additions.

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