Game of Thrones Powerstacks Slots by Slingshot/Microgaming

Game of Thrones Powerstacks Slots by Slingshot/Microgaming Game of Thrones Powerstacks is exclusively designed for Microgaming by Slingshot Studios, and with their valuable input, I might add. The slot is a Slingshot Studios creation and features a 5×4 grid and 40 paylines. It is a slot game that comes via the Power Stacks network with several jackpots available.

Game of Thrones is a branded slot. Many of the characters from the series are on the reels; it launches in August 2021 with a variety of RTP configurations where the most generous has a theoretical return value of 96.20%, very high volatility. The maximum win in this superb slot is 25000x the stake. Microgaming has have been here before with their other releases, Game of Thrones 243, along with a 15 payline version

Game of Thrones Powerstacks Symbols

The low pay symbols are the four great house emblems Greyjoy, Stark, Lannister and Targaryen, worth between 2 to 2.5 x the bet for a line of five. The higher paying symbols are the five key figures from the drama Tormund Giantsbane, the Night King, Sansa, Dany and Jon Snow, who pay out between 5 to 7.5x for five on a line. The games logo is the Wild and can pay out as much as 25x for five of a kind.

Game of Thrones Powerstacks Features

Let’s start with the Power Stacks indicator. It’s visible on the left-hand side and randomly displays symbols. The displayed symbol is Super Stacked for the current spin, with Stacks added to all 5 reels. All symbols bar the Wild and Scatter can be Power Stacked.

There are Special Coin symbols, and when 6 or more land, they trigger the Link&Win Feature. Triggering symbols get locked in place, and all the other symbols get removed from the board. Three spins commence where new coins reset the counter while locking into position as well. The feature ends when the spins run out or the Valyrian prize gets won.

The special coins represent 4 Jackpots, and they are the Bronze, Silver, Gold and Valyrian. They are worth 20x, 100x, 500x, and 2500x the bet, respectively.

Head back to Westeros and take on the fight for the Kingdom in Game of Thrones Powerstacks by Slingshot in partnership with Microgaming.

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Casino Games – Baccarat

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The total of each hand is calculated by adding together the value of each card; tens and court cards count as zero, aces count as one and all other cards count as face value. However, the maximum total for either hand is nine, so if the individual cards total above nine the first digit is dropped, thereby leaving a single-digit total.

The ‘Player’ hand is completed first; if the first two cards dealt add up to eight or nine, no further cards are drawn and the ‘Player’ hand, known as a ‘natural’, wins automatically, unless the ‘Banker’ hand has an equal, or higher, natural, in which case the hand is tied, or the ‘Banker’ hand wins automatically. If the first two cards dealt add up to five or less, the ‘Player’ hand draws a third card, but stands pat if the first two cards add up to six or seven. If the ‘Player’ hand stands pat, the ‘Banker’ hand also draws a third card on five or less and stands pat on six or seven but, otherwise, the decision to draw a third card depends on the ‘Banker’ hand total, the third card drawn by the ‘Player’ hand and the strict rules of the game.

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The game is played with a large, vertically mounted wheel, typically 6′ or more in diamter, which is divided into 54 equal compartments, each of which is marked with one of seven insignia, separated by pegs. The insignia usually include the monetary values $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20, plus a joker and a USA flag, or two casino logos. The dealer spins the wheel such that it completes several complete rotations and, when it comes to rest, an arrow, needle or leather strip, known as a ‘clapper’, at the top of the wheel indicates the winning monetary value or symbol. Fairly obviously, the object of the game is to predict where the wheel will stop.

The payout odds for each insignia depend on the frequency with which it appears on the wheel and, typically, the higher the payout odds the higher the house edge. Under Las Vegas rules, the payout odds for the $1 insignia, of which there are 24 on the wheel, are at least 1/1, corresponding to a house edge of 11.11%. At the other end of the scale, the payout odds for the joker insignia, of which there is just one on the wheel, are at least 40/1, corresponding to a house edge of 24.07%.