Are you having trouble deciding whether you'd like to spend your hard-earned money and time on an online poker game or an online slot? Does the idea of playing a slot with a novel concept sound appealing to you? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you should probably strongly consider giving Kings of Chicago, a game which beautifully fuses the worlds of cards and slots, from Net Entertainment a try.
Kings of Chicago may just be like nothing you have ever played. We mean that in a good way. This 5-reel, 5-payline game does not award players for getting three or more symbols on a payline. Rather, spins consist of dealing a 5x5 grid of playing cards with winning combinations actually being represented by winning poker hands. It is a unique concept, and one that is presented extremely well by the creators of this game. Complementing this unique, fun concept are excellent graphics, effects and background music.
Wins are awarded by making poker hands of at least a three of a kind value on any of the five paylines. The most that can be won be on a single spin/deal is 10,000 credits, which occurs when you make a natural royal flush. If you're a poker novice, give the pay table a look so you know what you're going for.
There are also a couple of elements typical of slot games mixed into Kings of Chicago: The first of these a wild symbol which is represented by (what else?) the joker card. It can replace all cards and doubles the winnings when it does so. Any card may be designated a scatter card. Two or more scatters can win you up to 500 times the initial coin level as well as up to 30 free deals.
This cross between a slot and poker game has a couple of noteworthy twists: First, you always play all five pay lines and cannot change this. This means that you can only change the bet level and coin value. The maximum and minimum bets are €50 and €.01. Give the button with the circular arrows a push to deal five new hands.