Hot Hand was released in June of 1979. It was designed by Harry Williams, the founder of Williams pinball.
This machine has a large "flipper" at the top of the playfield that slowly turns throughout the game. Any ball in the area gets knocked around and out of the pockets surrounding the oversized flipper.
The theme of course is card playing/gambling. The sounds a pretty basic with no background sounds at all. A sound is produced whenever a switch is closed on the playfield.
It's a 1 ball game, with 5 drop targets, 5 standup targets, 3 pop bumpers, a kick out and a spinner. The large "flipper" at the top of the playfield surrounds 10 switches in little pockets that hold the ball until the "flipper" knocks them out.
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|Specifications can be found at the
Internet Pinball Database
|An instruction card can be found at
Ken's instruction Cards
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