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9 Pots of Gold is a themed slot developed by relatively new provider Gameburger Studios and published by Microgaming. The slot is based on ‘the luck of the Irish’, so unsurprisingly features symbols such as a four-leafed clover, a pot of gold, a harp, and a green hat. The pot of gold symbol is the scatter, and the mushroom symbol is the wild. You’ll need to land between three and five matching symbols on a payline to win. The highest-paying symbol other than wilds and scatters is the Triple 7, which pays 37.5x if you get five on a payline. To hit the biggest possible payout of 2,000x, you’ll need to land nine scatter symbols anywhere on the reels.
The RTP is 96.24%, so it is in line with the most popular online slot games, and it is classed as having medium volatility. The paytable displays how much you will win for each symbol, as a multiple of your original stake. The game has five reels and three rows, with various combinations winning you anything from 1x your stake to the jackpot winning you 2,000x your stake. Wilds pay 125x for five in a row.
The game has a free spins bonus round that is triggered when the ‘free spins’ symbol lands on the three middle reels, winning you at least 10 free spins, and up to 30. You’ll get a 2x multiplier on free spins, and a 3x multiplier if you win 25 or 30 free spins. The game’s Pot Pays bonus feature can kick in on any base game, or during a bonus round spin. When the pot of gold scatter lands anywhere on the reels, you have the chance to win anything from 1x to 2,000x your stake depending on the number of symbols. You’ll need between three and nine pots of gold scatters on the same spin to trigger a win.
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