Lucky 7s Slot Game
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Overview of Lucky Sevens:
The Lucky Sevens slot is a Vegas Technology game with 7 paylines.
This is another very rare 7 reel slot game and this one is based upon a money theme. You will find reel symbols including
Bag of Money,
Billiard Ball and
No wild symbols or scatters or any sort of bonus game can be won on this basic, old fashioned slot.
This slot has no scatter symbols.
No wild symbols can be found on this slot game.
No multiplier symbols are in use.
||Winning Information - How to Win at Lucky 7s
Jackpot coin value: The largest jackpot in the Lucky 7s slots game is 2500 coins.
Jackpot money value: The maximum money jackpot value is $25,000 which is calculated as follows; 2500 x the maximum bet per payline ($10 per payline) so 2500 x $10 = $25,000.
How to win the Top Jackpot: To win the top jackpot (2500 x $10 ), you need 5 Lucky 7's logo on a single active payline.
To win the maximum money value jackpot ($25,000) you must be betting with the maximum coin value which is $10 with the full 3 coins per payline (so paying $30 per spin).
Jackpot information for low stakes players: For a bet of just 1 cent the player can win $25.
Hot Tip: It can be played with all lines activated from only 7 cents per spin so anyone wanting to try a 7 reel slot can do so for very little cost. If you so wish you could bet up to $10 coins and 7 coins at a time, making $70 per spin. This is why the game appeals to both beginners and low and high rollers.
||Bonus Features Explained
No free-spins can be awarded on this slot.
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 Lucky 7s you may also enjoy the games from the Vegas Technology.
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