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Based on our disposition of Electro-Sport, we find that the evidence which points to the per se nature of the machine in that case is lacking in One Poker Game. The "hands" are created by "standing pat" on the five cards initially "dealt" or by drawing cards by indicating which cards the player wants to discard. Appeal Dkt. While appellee has demonstrated that some skill is involved in the playing of Electro-Sport, we believe that the element of chance predominates and the outcome is largely determined by chance. Nor must the outcome of a game be wholly determined by skill in order for the machine to fall outside the per se category. Thus, based on our holding in Electro-Sport, we affirm the order of Superior Court. Two Poker Games, Pa. The odds are precisely the same as those in an ordinary game of poker, and can only be changed by replacing the integrated circuitry. All of these features are present on the Electro-Sport machine, as well as a "dip switch" which allows the owner to vary the number of game credits per coin. Common Pleas rejected this argument, as did Superior Court in affirming the Common Pleas' order of forfeiture. Initially, we note that the cited cases do not stand for the proposition that success be entirely a matter of chance. On January 31, , Allentown police seized two electronic poker machines and one electronic blackjack machine at the Franklin Social Club in Allentown. We thus reverse the Superior Court's ruling in Electro-Sport. Superior at , A. If it is to be useful, it cannot mean that the machine could not possibly be used for any activity other than gambling, because almost any machine, including the Electro-Sport, can be used for non-gambling e. The last element reward is also present in the Electro-Sport machine, despite the fact that the game ostensibly gives only free games to the winner. He could not say how to apportion the amounts of skill and chance. While conceding that knowledge of probabilities may increase a player's chance of winning, the Commonwealth contends that the outcome is ultimately determined by chance, unlike a "bona fide amusement device" on which the outcome is determined solely by skill. Lehigh County Common Pleas found that the machines were not gambling devices per se. We therefore affirm Superior Court's ruling in that case. The Commonwealth moved to have the machines forfeited under 18 Pa. Electro-Sport, supra, Pa. The "knock-down" button and meter to record the number of games knocked down, present on the Electro-Sport machine, are not present here. One Poker Game, Pa. We believe Common Pleas properly exercised its discretion under the statute, and that the Commonwealth's evidence was sufficient to support the forfeiture order, and thus we affirm. We therefore reverse the order of Superior Court and remand this case to Allegheny County Common Pleas for proceedings consistent with this opinion. Although a free game in and of itself does not constitute a reward, In re Wigton, supra, the awarding of free games by a machine which possesses other characteristics can be taken to constitute a sufficient reward. Specifically, we must determine whether electronic devices which simulate some of the elements of the games of draw poker and blackjack and which give only free games as a reward for successful play are nevertheless gambling devices per se when they also possess a "knockdown" button and a meter to record the number of free games knocked down. In summary, we believe the Commonwealth sustained its burden of proof by showing by a preponderance of the evidence that the Electro-Sport Draw Poker Machine manifests all three features necessary for it to be classified a gambling device per se. If the machine displays all three qualities, it will then be "so intrinsically connected with gambling" as to be a gambling device per se. Common Pleas found this conclusive evidence of illegal gambling. No allegation was made that the machine had been used for gambling purposes. Commonwealth Ct. Bearing in mind that the Commonwealth has the burden of proving the per se nature of the machines, but also that the proceedings are in rem in nature, requiring the Commonwealth to prove its case only by a preponderance of the evidence, we hold that on the facts of Electro-Sport, the evidence was sufficient to show that the machine in question was a gambling device per se. Instead, the inquiry must be whether the machine is "so intrinsically connected with gambling" as to constitute a gambling device per se. It ignores the plain language of the forfeiture provisions of the Liquor Code requiring the claimant to show that the property was "not unlawfully used or possessed.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} A microprocessor, through the operation of a random number generation program, simulates the shuffling of a deck of cards and the dealing of one hand of five card draw poker. Superior Court affirmed, agreeing with Common Pleas' findings and going on to hold that the Electro-Sport machine required substantial skill for successful play, that free games did not constitute a sufficient reward, and that the presence of a multiple-coin feature, a "knockdown" button, and a meter to record the number of games knocked down did not render the machine a gambling device per se. Consideration is clearly present, chance determines the ultimate outcome despite the presence of certain skill elements, and the totality of the circumstances indicates that a reward element is present. Compare Nu-Ken, supra. On March 11, , a criminal complaint was filed against a tavern owner in Neville Township, Allegheny County, charging him with maintaining a device used for gambling purposes in violation of 18 Pa. As in Electro-Sport, there was no direct evidence that the machines had been used for gambling purposes. See also Friedberg Appeal, Pa. Following a hearing before Allegheny County Common Pleas, that court ruled that the Electro-Sport Draw Poker Machine was not a gambling device per se, finding that the machine was essentially an electronic deck of cards and that the elements of a result determined by chance and a reward, necessary for the finding of a gambling device per se, were not present. While these cases have been consolidated for appeal, each arises from a distinct set of facts and will be separately considered. Brief of Appellant at Finally the Commonwealth contends that the presence of the "knock down" switch and a meter to record the free games cancelled, which have no legitimate purpose and are so closely associated with payoffs, provide ample circumstantial evidence to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that such a machine is a gambling device per se. The tavern owner filed a Motion for Return of Property under Pa. We are thus left with the task of determining in each case the relative amounts of skill and chance present in the play of each machine and the extent to which skill or chance determines the outcome. For the reasons which follow, we agree that the facts of this case, when read against the applicable precedents, support the Commonwealth's position. Common Pleas ordered the forfeiture after appellant King Amusement Company failed to produce any evidence that the machines were being lawfully used or that it had no knowledge of the unlawful use. The expert witness who testified on behalf of the tavern owner is a professor of statistics at Carnegie-Mellon University. The Commonwealth argues that the Electro-Sport machine is "predominantly and preeminently a game of chance. Because our determination in Electro-Sport is controlling in One Poker Game, we consider the former case first. Superior Court affirmed. Rather, they hold that the "mere fact that a machine involves a substantial element of chance is insufficient" to find the machine a gambling device per se. See Commonwealth v. That the skill involved in Electro-Sport is not the same skill which can indeed determine the outcome in a game of poker between human players can be appreciated when it is realized that holding, folding, bluffing and raising have no role to play in Electro-Sport poker. This finding was based on slips found at the club. Eberhardt, Kemal Alexander Mericli, Asst. Such a determination will turn on the characteristics of the machine when read against the three elements necessary to gambling: consideration, a result determined by chance rather than skill, and a reward. The player does not play against the machine, but rather seeks to maximize his hand and hence the awarded "skill points. It is a coin operated video game which simulates some elements of five card draw poker. The Commonwealth instituted forfeiture proceedings under 18 Pa. A seventh slip listed the amount of money to be paid for a given number of "skill points. The expert witness for the Commonwealth testified that no skill was involved in playing the game. These cases require us to consider the issue of what constitutes a gambling device per se, as well as the distinct but related issue of the power of a court to order the seizure and forfeiture of a machine which while not a gambling device per se is shown to have been used for gambling purposes. Appellant concedes it did not meet the burden of establishing that these machines were not used for unlawful purposes, imposed by the applicable statutory forfeiture provisions, but argues that it is clothed with a "presumption of innocence" and thus need not present evidence to establish that it was unaware that the machines were being used for unlawful purposes. In both Commonwealth v. The player can insert from one to eight coins to begin play. This broad standard must be interpreted to provide a meaningful test for judging a given machine. Heller, Pa. In Commonwealth v. Appeal, 30 Pa. Electro-Sport, Pa. None of these features is necessary to the functioning of the device as a legitimate profit-making amusement game. Thus a showing of a large element of chance, without more, is not sufficient. Based on his play of the Electro-Sport machine, he concluded that skill was a "definite factor" in playing the game. Thus the element of consideration is present. Nu-Ken, supra, Pa. Whether the result is determined by chance poses a far more difficult question. Common Pleas held that although the machines were not gambling devices per se, they had been used for illegal gambling. On January 31, , police officers of the City of Allentown seized an electronic poker machine and an electronic blackjack machine on the premises of the Liberty Fire Company Social Club in Allentown. There is no dispute that a player must insert a coin to activate the Electro-Sport machine. On cross-examination, however, he conceded that chance was also a factor both in determining the initial hand dealt and the cards from which one can draw, concluding that there was a "random element" present. The physical characteristics of the Electro-Sport machine and its method of play are not in dispute. Superior Court affirmed on the basis of Electro-Sport. As Superior Court pointed out:. Such a conclusion is consistent with previous decisions of our appellate courts. Common Pleas therefore granted the Motion for Return of Property. Skill can improve the outcome in Electro-Sport; it cannot determine it. Because these devices are not present, there is no element of reward, an element essential to finding that these machines are gambling devices per se. The insertion of more than one coin does not have any effect on the odds of winning, nor is it represented to the player that it does so. We agree with the analysis of Commonwealth Court in 9 Mills Machines, supra:. Six of the slips were daily tallies of payments on various machines. Superior Ct. Nu-Ken Novelty, Inc. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}William Platt, Dist. Appellant claims that it is clothed with a "presumption of innocence" and therefore need not introduce evidence as to the machine's lawful use or its lack of knowledge of unlawful use.