Unofficial T&C's Editor
- May 22, 2012
No different to the principle of the unwinnable hi-lo gamble though.It's probably skirting very close to the BACTA regulations. (If not breaching them.)
It says on the display 'AVOID THE STOP' and invites the player to make a choice, the clear implication being that it is possible to choose correctly, when in actual fact there is no winning choice.
Moreover, once the player makes his choice, the machine switches the contents of the box they didn't choose, then reveals that box, to make it look like the player only lost because he chose incorrectly.