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Lucky 7

Lucky 7 is a classic January 2009 video slot developed by Betsoft Gaming. Themes: retro, classic slot symbolism, and luck. Betsoft operates numerous suchlike games, including: Diamond Dreams (June 2011), Diamond Jackpot (January 2009), Jackpot 2000 (February 2012), Jackpot Gagnant (May 2013), Hell Raiser (October 2012), Mega King (March 2015), Old Timer (June 2011), Red White Blue 7s (January 2012), Revolution (May 2014), Super Joker (July 2014), Super Money Wheel (January 2014), Super Money Wheel (January 2014), Vegas Joker (August 2011), Double Sixteen (February 2014), and Mega Jackpot (January 2013).

Lucky 7’s rival games include Lucky Streak (April 2014) from Big Time Gaming, Bar 7’s (June 2013) from Greentube, and Lucky 7 (October 2018) from DLV. Six symbols (7, lucky 7, cherries, triple BAR, double BAR, and single BAR) require three matching combinations. However, any three mismatching BARs, or two bunches of cherries, or one bunch of cherries symbol on the payline do count as winning combinations too.

Lucky 7 Game Characteristics
Set on a silver vintage slot machine, Lucky 7 has a 3X1 grid whose freestanding silver reels are on a starry purple-and-blue background. Its lone payline cuts across center of the reels. There are six symbols, eleven coin sizes, three bet levels (three coins), 33 lowly bet sizes, fixed payouts, no bonus game, neither free games nor a side game, and regularly pays from $2 to $2000.

Lucky 7 has the following six ordinary symbols: red 7; starry multicolored “lucky 7”; a leafy bunch of three cherries; blue-and-gray triple BAR; red-and-gray double BAR; and white-and-gray single BAR.
Lucky 7 coin sizes (also coin 1’s total bets): $0.01 (also the minimum bet), $0.02, $0.03, $0.04, $0.05, $0.10, $0.15, $0.20, $0.25, $0.50, and $1.00. Coin 2: $0.02, $0.04, $0.06, $0.08, $0.10, $0.20, $0.30, $0.40, $0.50, $1.00, and $2.00. Coin 3: $0.03, $0.06, $0.09, $0.12, $0.15, $0.30, $0.45, $0.60, $0.75, $1.50, and $3.00 (maximum bet).

The payouts for winning combinations are as follows. Coin 1 payouts: 7 pays $1000.00; lucky 7 pays $250.00; three bunches of cherries pay $150.00; triple BAR pays $100.00; double BAR pays $50.00; single BAR pays $20.00; two bunches of cherries pay $10.00; three mismatching BARs pay $3.00; and one bunch of cherries pay $2.00.

Coin 2 payouts: 7 pays $2000.00; lucky 7 pays $500.00; three bunches of cherries pay $300.00; triple BAR pays $200.00; double BAR pays $100.00; single BAR pays $40.00; two bunches of cherries pay $20.00; three mismatching BARs pay $6.00; and one bunch of cherries pay $4.00.

Coin 3 payouts: 7 pays $5000.00; lucky 7 pays $750.00; three bunches of cherries pay $450.00; triple BAR pays $300.00; double BAR pays $150.00; single BAR pays $60.00; two bunches of cherries pay $30.00; three mismatching BARs pay $9.00; and one bunch of cherries pay $6.00. Lucky 7’s non-progressive jackpot is $5000.00.

The basic Lucky 7 software features: prompter; html5 technology; mobile and desktop versions; quick spin; and 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, and 100 autospins. There are retro slot machine sounds. Flickering aside, Lucky 7’s 3D graphics lack animation.

Luck in Lucky 7
Lucky 7 is a game of chance whose RTP rate is 97% and house edge is 3%.


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