Progressive jackpot history
Get into your Tardis and prepare to jump back in time to 1800's London. No, you're not playing Dr. Who in this tale, instead you're taking the helm alongside legendary detective Sherlock Holmes as he traverses the town. This time you're not looking for a murderer, but instead you're hunting for a series of stolen different diamonds which, if found, have the ability to put a bunch of cash in your pocket. In this case, there is a prize available called the Holmes and the Stolen Stones Red Diamond Jackpot, which typically nets the winner a few hundred Euros.
The Red Diamond Jackpot is offered alongside the Blue Diamond, Purple Diamond, Yellow Diamond, and Green Diamond prizes. All five prizes are won in similar fashion, but the Red Diamond Jackpot is the second smallest offered within the game. While this smaller prize may not appeal to high rollers, I can't help but think that the vast majority of players will be thrilled to take home a prize worth several hundred Euros at any given point.
The Red Diamond Jackpot is won when players are able to put together five red shards, which combine to form a diamond. Players then work to get the requisite symbols to win the prize. The cool thing about this jackpot is that it is hit very frequently, with wins coming every two hours on average. This makes the prize one of the more frequently hit Yggdrasil jackpots that we've come across.
We have no idea who these jewel thieves are, but apparently their tastes are quite expensive, as these various jewels give you a nice reward when you find them. The slot machine itself is well-developed too, which makes it a lot of fun to play. This is a good thing, as your odds of winning a progressive jackpot are still relatively low, even if you're talking a low level prize like this one.
So don your pipe and hat and help Sherlock solve this mystery… and use the money you win to buy a new buggy… or whatever they had for hot transportation during Sherlock's time.