The Diamond Chance slot machine is a recent release from Endorphina. However, it is by no stretch of the imagination and all action video slot, in fact when I put it to the test the other day, I did find it had a rather basic playing format and structure.
Built around a typical 5 video reel 3-row design it has only got 10 pay lines for a start, but thanks to Expanding Wilds, a Risk Game as it is known and the fact it is a slot with a long term expected RTP of 96.00% and a potential base game jackpot of some 10,000x your bet, you may fancy trying you luck playing it one day soon.
Value for Money
Not a terribly exciting slot to play the Diamond Chance slot will only appeal to slot players who like the most basic video slots to play online.
Diamond Chance Slot Stats
A special set of Expanding Wild symbols are in play on the reels of the Diamond Chance slot, and whenever one of those symbols which for reference are the Dollar Sign symbols has been spun in they then expand upward and/or downward and will then cover the entire reel or reels that they have appeared on in Wild symbols.
To achieve the maximum winning payouts possible with the help of those reel symbols you will of course need to get as many of them spinning in as possible along with high paying symbols on the other reels too.
The Risk Game as it is described is simply a gamble type feature offered to you whenever you have spun in one or more winning combinations, it is a playing card predicting gamble feature but is the type that is more commonly found on video poker games rather than slot machines.
As such what you will be faced with doing if you do decide to take that gamble game is to predict which of the face-down playing cards has a higher value than the face up card, pick one card that is higher and you win, but if the card you select is lower than the face up card you lose, it is as simple as that.
Symbols and Graphics
Bells, Bars and Playing Card reel symbols are what you will find in play on all five reels of this slot and as for which symbols are the Expanding Wilds, well they are the Dollar Sign symbols.
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