Diamond Sevens (also known as Diamond 777) is a classic slot machine which has been designed and developed by Microgaming. There is nothing remotely original about this game, which runs as your standard, run-of-the-mill slot. Players can expect to be able to win up to 2,500 coins spinning its reels, and the imagery which appears in this game is all incredibly familiar to anybody who has played a one-armed bandit before. Diamond Sevens allows players to alter the slot’s coin values from 0.25 up to 5.00, and they can choose to wager up to 3 coins per spin on this game. There is only a single payline, and players cannot alter that. Wagers range from a floor of 0.25 per spin, up to a ceiling of 15.00 per spin on this classic slot.
Payouts and symbols
There really isn’t terribly remarkable about the symbols which feature in Diamond Sevens. They are all very standard, and include cherries, single bars, double bars, triple bars, and two types of sevens: red sevens and diamond sevens.
As is often the case with classic slot machine games, the more coins you wager per spin, the more you can win. Generally speaking, your prizes double with 2-coin bets, and triple with 3-coin bets. Players can pocket wins which range from 2 to 30 coins with the cherry symbols in this slot, whilst bar symbols can see wins ranging from 5 coins up to 90 coins acquired. Any 3 sevens will see players pocket between 40 and 120 coins, whilst 3 red sevens offers up wins of between 80 and 240 coins.
No special features have been incorporated into the design of the Diamond Sevens slot machine game. This is bizarre, since Microgaming does tend to like to use wilds and multipliers in their classic slots.
Winning the jackpot
Players who wish to get their hands on the slot’s non-progressive jackpot are going to need to land 3 diamond sevens on the slot’s singular payline. Doing so can see them pocket at least 500 coins with a single-coin bet. Doing so with a 2-coin bet will see the prize double to 1,000 coins. There is no tripled of the prize with a 3-coin bet. Instead, the prize is multiplied by five, resulting in a 2,500-coin non-progressive jackpot being paid out of 3 diamond symbols appear on the game’s payline.
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