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It’s a far cry from when pinball was illegal in the state. Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia once famously destroyed machines, believing they were used for illegal gambling. The law stayed on the books until 1976, although by then it was no longer was enforced. A bigger threat now is video games, which has surged past pinball in popularity. But these hardy players are trying to keep it alive.
“I played already about 500 tournaments in the last six years,” said Francesco La Rocca, a Competitive Pinball Player.
Source: Televised Competitive Pinball
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