Casino player wins €16,825 in one spin with Pragmatic Play’s Master Joker

1 Mar 2020blog_dynamic:Casino
Casino player wins €16,825 in one spin with Pragmatic Play’s Master Joker

A mobile player from Kuwait at the Betfinal casino managed to win €16,825 in one spin with Pragmatic Play’s Master Joker at the end of February 2020.

A Kuwait player won this sum after betting a €20 on his mobile phone on this high volatility slot. He could not believe his eyes as he saw this high win.

Master Joker is one of the more unusual releases that you’re likely to ever see from Pragmatic Play. Though a game with the usual number of reels, it manages to innovate when it comes to how many symbols you see from each one, all while keeping a very common Joker theme as inspiration for its story.

You have a single row of symbols, but there are nonetheless the usual 5 reels there, and they have 1 active line formed up. Regular winning combinations are formed, and then you also have a Wheel at the top, which decides what kind of multiplier is applied, plus a Joker which allows you to win anywhere, acting as a substitute and Wheel trigger. Up to 10,000x top prizes are possible in this game, which has the RTP set to a convincing 96.46%.

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