High Rollers Slot
High Rollers slots have 3-reels and 5-paylines in a slightly more advanced classic slots design, with a choice of one to five coins per line and a Peace sign wild symbol!
High Rollers online slot combines two classic elements: a 3-reel design and the desire to win something for nothing. This 70’s-themed online slot game combines peace symbols with tie-dyed shirts and lava lamps, giving more weight, perhaps, to the other meaning of “high rollers”.
Wagering in High Rollers online slots.
Is pretty straightforward, once you understand that you have to select a chip first to load the credits into the slot machine (just like with a regular-live classic slot game).
The loading chips are available in 5, 25, and 100 credit increments. From this chip amount, you can choose your game wager, which will be automatically deducted from your previously selected chip. Consider it a way to budget your money without slowing down your rate of play:
- Once you select a chip,
- Select the coin size,
- And then how many paylines you wish to play.
- You’ll need to click “Bet One” multiple times to play lines one through 4.
- The “Play 5 Credits” button automatically activates all the paylines and gives you access to the higher payouts offered on Line 5.
The High Rollers slots minimum bet is 0.05 credits for one line played, and its maximum wager for playing five lines is 25.00 credits per spin.
High Rollers Pay Table.
As stated above, this three-reel, 5-line game has a definitive theme. With only five symbols and one of them being wild, High Rollers slot is as classic as it gets. Payouts are only awarded when three identical symbols land on an active payline.
The Peace symbol is the Wild in High Rollers slots and will help form winning combinations with any other symbol on an active pay-line.
The High Rollers slot game payouts start at three coins, with three Lava Lamp symbols, and go up as high as 100 coins with three VW Bug symbols and the win occurs on Line 5.
That’s about all we can say about High Rollers online slots. That and “Make winnings, not war!”