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Strike it Lucky 5p Jackpot (JackpotJoy)

Strike it Lucky 5p is a progressive slots jackpot that used to be playable at JackpotJoy Casino. As of JackpotJoy's April 2010 site redesign, the casino no longer offers the game. The information here is preserved for archival purposes.

Jackpot no longer available

Progressive jackpot history

Strike it Lucky is a 20 line, 5 reel slot machine based on the popular UK gameshow of the same name that was on TV through the 80s and 90s. It can be played at JackpotJoy and the progressive jackpot won if you make it through the Strike it Lucky bonus game without running into a Hot Spot.

The game features some fairly standard slot machine symbols - bars, cherries, lemons, watermelons etc - but that is not the interesting part. The middle reel holds a bonus symbol which wins you a prize when it is landed and it is then "banked" to the row of monitors running across the bottom of the game screen. Fill all 10 monitors and you gain access to the Strike it Lucky game show round.

Just like the television series, you will be asked the maximum number of hot spots you think you will hit while playing the round. Go for only 2 and your potential prize is much higher than if you pick 4. Now you start picking monitors in order to move across the game board. Should you reveal an arrow you advance to the next monitor and bank a prize. If you reveal a hot spot you still advance to the next monitor, unless of course you have exceeded your earlier prediction. And lastly if you reveal a question you are asked a true or false question. Don't panic, just hit up google and find the answer! If you make it all the way across the board you will win the prize you picked when predicting how many hot spots you might reveal. If you don't hit any hotspots then you win the jackpot.

There are three different Strike it Lucky jackpots available at JackpotJoy depending on the coin size you play with. The information on this page is for the 5p version, but there are also 20p and 1p versions available too.

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