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The seven has always been no less than a queen in the realm of classic slots, looking down at all the other symbols from the very top of the paytable. This has been the case for over a century now, but finally the guys from Quasar Gaming decided to put an end to the seven’s undisputed authority, introducing as many as 3 different kinds of sevens on the reels of their brand new slot. Their respective values are still unequal, but at least it’s a step towards democracy – and a small step for one slot, as we know, is a giant leap for slot gaming.
All the 5 win lines of this classical fruit slot machine are active by default and non-adjustable. On the one hand, it means that the winning potential always stays at its highest; on the other – the bet amount you adjust gets automatically multiplied by 5. Even though it’s not that much of a big deal, take this into account before spinning the reels. You can easily adjust the amount of your bet with the help of the “+” and “-” buttons situated below the reels; your total bet per round, in turn, will be shown in the small window to the right from the buttons. The more you bet, the bigger the prizes, so make sure the take a peek into the paytable to find the right balance between the cost of each spin and potential prizes. Once ready, hit “Start” or “Autoplay” and have fun.
3 reels, 5 win lines – the formula is as easy as pie: land 3 identical symbols at least on at least of the lines, that’s it. This simplicity is made up for by total absence of monkey business: all combinations except one are worth at least 10 times your current bet. In other words, the volatility of this slot is pretty much as high as it gets, so it’s definitely worth it to have a little bit of patience and wait until the machine pays out.
On the reels you will find 3 kinds of sevens – bronze, silver and golden. When aligned in a winning pattern, these symbols pay out like hell: prizes here range from 50 to 300 times your stake, so it’s pretty much the same as hitting a jackpot.
Let’s say you’ve landed that single combination worth exactly the amount of your stake or simply waited too long for a decent win to come – you may well be willing to make up for the loss and multiply your prize. This is absolutely possible as after each winning spin you can hit the Gamble button and stake your last win in a fair game of chance. The rules are simple here: guess if the face-down playing card on the screen is red or black, and if you’re right, get twice the money. In case you’re wrong, the prize is lost – the odds are exactly 50:50.
Return – to – player: 95.23%.