“Special When Lit” will be opening the Second Annual Chicago United Film Festival at 7:00pm, Friday, September 10th, at the Music Box Theatre. The Music Box Theatre is located at 3733 N. Southport Ave. Chicago, IL 60613. Details of the film festival can be found HERE.
All film screenings are $10, All Access Passes are $70 & Mini Passes are $35. Purchase advance tickets HERE.
With Chicago being the heart and soul of everything pinball, Connell Creations is giving away 3 pairs of tickets for FREE! To win a complimentary pair of tickets simply be one of the first three people to correctly answer the trivia question. Please send all answers directly to the IFPA at email@example.com.
The trivia question focuses around the testimony of IFPA Co-Director Roger Sharpe during the pinball legalization hearing. Part of Sharpe’s testimony was to play a machine, helping to show that the game was truly a game of skill and not chance. Two machines were brought into the courtroom with one designated as the backup should any problems arise. Fearing that the original machine was somehow rigged to work exactly to Sharpe’s expectations, one of the judges threw out the original machine and requested the use of the backup game. The game Sharpe played was Gottlieb’s Bank Shot. This leads us to the trivia question:
What game was Sharpe SUPPOSED to play as part of his testimony at the hearing?
TRIVIA CONTEST IS OVER – CORRECT ANSWER WAS “EL DORADO”