One-armed bandits: 2. Would-be millionaires: 0. For the second time this year, a Colorado slot machine that is networked with other slots to offer a higher "progressive" payout bleeped, chimed, and lit up announcing a multi-million-dollar winner. And, for the second time this year, the casino is insisting the slot machine malfunctioned, according to The Denver Post . On Tuesday, Maryann and Jim McMahon thought they had won $11 million, as their machine indicated at the Wildwood Casino in Cripple Creek. But, they were told they actually won $1,627. “That machine doesn’t pay out $11,000,” Wildwood General Manager Kevin Werner tells the Colorado Springs Gazette . “Certainly not $11 million.” The two were playing a Blazing Sevens machine when the "bells started going on, ringing like crazy" and a crowd gathered, as a string of yellow numbers appeared, reading, "$11,000,600.01," Maryann McMahon says. State casino regulators are investigating, as they did earlier this year when Louise Chavez, a caregiver who makes just $12,000 a year, hit a $43 million jackpot  at Fortune Valley Hotel & Casino in Central City on her birthday. In that case, the casino claimed the machine malfunctioned and state officials agreed. Chavez was due about $20 in the end.