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With the introduction of Anti-Gambling laws in the early 1900s, now illegal but still vastly popular slot machines had to remain underground for more than two decades. The development of technology enabled slots to come out of the closet and new generation of modern slots was introduced.
In 1964 Nevada Electronics released the 21 slot machine. It offered chairs for up to four players. From this time it becomes impossible to cheat the slot machine without mechanical parts like it was with slot machines in the past. The size of modern slots reduced.
Today slot machines come in a whole set of different variations, from video slots to different number of reels and games based on game shows or movie and cartoon characters. Slots are manufactured by a variety of companies, from the above mentioned International Game Technology to Sigma Gaming and Atronic etc.
Popular Nickel slot machines manufactured in Australia allow making multi-coin bets on different possible outcomes. Modern slots using payment tickets with barcodes on them have also gained popularity due to the fact that coins are not needed in slots any more. Nevertheless, many players still prefer the classical slot machine models of the past, that's why casinos offer all varieties of slots to suit all tastes.