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Keith Elwin Wins Pinball World Championship 110

Posted by timothy
from the flip-of-the-flipper-to-ye dept.
Yesterday, writes reader woohoodonuts, "Keith Elwin won the world pinball championship in Pittsburgh, PA for the third consecutive year. The weekend-long event fielded 406 players from all over the world and distributed over $36,000 in prizes. The three games chosen in the final round were Stern Cheetah, Bally The Addams Family, and Bally Creature from the Black Lagoon. Keith scored over 500 million points on his final ball with $10,000 on the line to defeat fellow American, Andrei Massenkoff, by nearly 300 million points." Next year's gathering is slated for August 11-14, also in Pittsburgh.
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Keith Elwin Wins Pinball World Championship

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  • by stokessd (89903) on Monday August 16, 2010 @08:00AM (#33262570) Homepage

    I played Addams Family in grad school. The Student Union had it, and before that, they had Funhouse. Man did I drain a lot of quarters in that thing. A few years ago, I bought my own Addams Family, and while it's fun, it doesn't have the "magic" of going to the union and spending money I shouldn't have wasted.


  • Re:Pictures? Video? (Score:4, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday August 16, 2010 @08:09AM (#33262658)

    I found this on youtube: not sure which day it was recorded. When I was there on Saturday it was a lot busier than this. I did horrible in division C...

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