Progressive jackpot history
Famed Italian jockey Frankie Dettori has ridden over 500 winners in his horse racing career, but he will be forever remembered by fans of the sport for riding all seven winning horses in a single day at Ascot Racecourse in 1996. Playtech's slot machine Frankie Dettori's Magic Seven Jackpot celebrates this most winning of days, and gives players the chance to bag two progressive prizes in the process.
The jackpot enhanced version of Frankie Dettori's Magic Seven is a 5 reel, 25 payline slot machine that differs from the earlier released non-jackpot version of the same game. So if you are looking to bag a jackpot, be sure to firstly check that you are playing the right version of the game. The game offers two different jackpots for you to win, the smaller Silver 5 jackpot (the one tracked on this page) and the larger Golden 7 jackpot.
The way to the jackpot is quite simple really. On any given spin you may randomly trigger the jackpot bonus game. It is completely random and the only thing you can do to improve your chances of reaching the jackpot round is to wager a higher amount, as the chance to trigger scales with bet size. If you trigger the jackpot round you can start celebrating because you are guaranteed to win one of the two jackpots. You are presented with a 4x3 grid of trophy tiles that you click on to flip over. If you manage to flip over 7 golden trophies then you will win the huge Golden Seven jackpot. If you flip over 5 silver trophies, as is far more likely, you will take home the smaller Silver 5 jackpot.
The game itself is nothing to write home about it must be said. A bland green presentation is matched with Frankie Dettori themed symbols including a couple showing the jockey himself, a trophy, horseshoe, and the standard card ranks. There are a couple of features to liven things up though. If you spin a couple of bonus symbols on reels 1 and 5 you'll trigger a pick'em style bonus round, while three or more game title bonus symbols will trigger a horse race and free spins depending on how well your horse does in the race.