Ripka also says the casino's excuses are "ridiculous.".
The suit is similar to an earlier case against an Iowa casino.
Escorted off the casino floor, she was told to come back tomorrow for the decision.At the time, party pooper slot machine online Resorts World spokesman Dan Bank apologized and told CNN that "casino personnel were able to determine that the figure displayed on the penny slot was the result of an obvious malfunction - a fact later confirmed by the New York State Gaming.We asked whether the casino can award the max pay-out.(casino rep said) You didn't win nothing." Katrina says the only winning the casino offered was a steak dinner.The New York State Gaming Commission also said in August that the machine displayed a disclaimer stating, "Malfunctions void all pays and plays.".Katrina remembers her next day visit to the casino, "I said what did I win?Image copyright Katrina Bookman Image caption Ms Bookman was escorted out after seeing this message.
So, on June 14, he filed a lawsuit.
"They win and the house doesn't want to pay out.
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The subsequent disappointment left Ms Bookman anxious and depressed, the report said.As for Katrina, she still thinks at the minimum she should've been awarded the max payout on that machine.The complaint also names video lottery operator Genting New York LLC - which is Resorts World Casino's parent company - and slot machine maker International Game Technology as defendants.But Mr Ripka told US media at the time that the casino had not responded to requests for an explanation about how the slot machine malfunctioned.She is seeking damages from the casino for failing to maintain the slot machine as well as two companies that make and operate games machine, reports said.Her lawyer, Alan Ripka, says she is entitled to the full amount displayed."The machine takes your money when you lose.Does it mean it wasn't maintained?The casino said it had been a malfunction and offered her.85 based on the symbols the machine was displaying at the time.To me that's unfair says her attorney, Alan Ripka.