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Slot games rules

In Slots, you wager against spinning reels and try to match symbols across paylines. The prizes and feature rounds differ between games.

You need to wager on the spinning of reels which display various symbols (both unique symbols on the Slot and poker ranks of A, K, Q, J, 10 etc...). The aim is to match symbols or consecutive symbols along preset paylines, which then result in the player receiving credits back.

On most Slots, you can wager on any number of the available paylines, though others are set at a fixed number of lines. The Line Bet, displayed at the bottom of the game, indicates the number of credits wagered on each line. Total Bet is the total wager on each spin. Click 'Spin' to play when their bets are finalized and win by matching consecutive symbols on a payline. Most commonly, winning symbols must begin on adjacent reels beginning with the far left reel, though you can check specific rules from the Paytable in each game. Any winnings will be indicated after each spin or feature.

Scatter symbols are symbols not confined to paylines or restricted to matching other symbols and will result in a payout or other feature regardless of where they appear. The number of scatter symbols required to release a payout or other feature varies from game to game.

Wild symbols are symbols that can substitute for any other symbol on paylines, with the general exception of scatter or bonus symbols.

Feature rounds are unlocked in different ways in each game. These are often interactive games that involve tasks apart from spinning reels and will award winning players multipliers, free spins, instant payouts, or all of the above.

Most games have an Autoplay option that will spin the reels for a set number of turns or until a feature round is reached.

Please note that you must have Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer in order to play our Slots.


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