Port Barrington pubs mark year with video gaming
Video gambling bringing in revenues for state, municipalities, bars
PORT BARRINGTON – Three to four times a week, Ron Thornton, 44, of Oakwood Hills, sits in front of a video gaming terminal to play video poker at Hermann’s Rest A While in Port Barrington with about $100 to $200 to deposit into the machine.
“When I’m winning, I’m coming more,” Thornton said.
On one day, he had two hands where he hit the maximum prize of $500, along with an additional turn where he won a $250 prize.
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