Liberty7's Slot Game
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Overview of Liberty 7's:
The Liberty 7's slot is a Vegas Technology game with 1 payline.
If you like your slots nice and simple and love red, white and blue 7 symbols then this is the slot for you.
Just load the slot with coins and hit the start button, your only decision is whether to play with one, two or three coins per spin.
Get a Red, White and Blue 7 symbol in that order on each reel and if you are playing max coins you will win 10,000 coins.
There are no scatter symbols on this slot game.
There are no wild symbols.
There are no multiplier symbols.
||Winning Information - How to Win at liberty-7's
Jackpot coin value: The largest jackpot in the liberty-7's slots game is 10000 coins.
Jackpot money value: The maximum money jackpot value is $300000 which is calculated as follows; $10000 x 30 (3 coins x $10) = $300000
How to win the Top Jackpot: To win the top jackpot of 10000 coins or $300000 you must be betting with all 3 coins at the maximum coin value and you must get 3 Seven symbols on the enabled payline.
Jackpot information for low stakes players: For a bet of 10 cents for a single spin you can win $30.
Hot Tip: If you only bet with one coin, the maximum you can win is 2400 coins compared with 4800 coins betting with 2 coins. There is a lot of extra value in that third coin as it enables you to win a jackpot of 10000 coins.
So we recommend betting all 3 coins if you play this online slot.
||Bonus Features Explained
This slot has no free-spins round.
No bonus games can be awarded on this slot.
Software Provider: Vegas Technology - was the one of the first softwares to offer slots tournaments and also boasts a wide range of slots games including some 25 Payline Games.
IMPORTANT: As of 2012, Vegas Technology games can now be played only at WGS Technology casinos. We recommend Liberty Slots Casino
Similar Slots / Pokies & Fruit Machine Games: If you liked liberty-7's slot you may also enjoy other Classic slots such as Milk the Cash Cow and Sevens and Bars.
Did you know that the Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States by the people of France in 1886 and it stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.