A scene from the first official pull of the Vegas-style slots at the Immokalee Seminole Casino in July 2008. The 400 Elvis-themed Class III machines allow patrons to play against the house. The difference between the Class III slots and Class II slots, called Bingo slots, is players play against the house instead of against each other.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL

A scene from the first official pull of the Vegas-style slots at the Immokalee Seminole Casino in July 2008. The 400 Elvis-themed Class III machines allow patrons to play against the house. The difference between the Class III slots and Class II slots, called Bingo slots, is players play against the house instead of against each other.

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