Jack rooklyn daughter: The Bally poker machine and its Australian representative Jack Rooklyn were developed by two of the most controversial names in the history of the Australian gambling industry. Poker press,
‘Ballyhoo,’ made by Jack Rooklyn, Australia, 1976-1977 and made by Bally Manufacturing Corporation, United States of America.
A 10-cent coin electromechanical 3-roll poker rig. The computer has a fascia of chromed steel and a laminate case of wood grain. A black spherical grip is right on the steel handle.
Three printed acrylic panels with nautic symbols, flags of the signal, helmet, bells etc., are placed on the fascia. The bottom panel shows the Ballyhoo sloop with a spinach shaft.
The board of the producers is on the bottom right. The number of the serial is 884-76. Case keys and cable are available.