Nashville 7′s Slot

Nashville 7 Slot Software: Microgaming
Type: Classic
Reels: 3
Paylines: 1
Bonus Round: no
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Game Details

  • Theme: Casino
  • Scatter: no
  • Wild Symbol: no
  • Progressive: no
  • Play on Mobile: no
  • Symbols: Single Bar, Double Bar, Triple Bar, Cherries, Blue Seven, Red Seven

Nashville 7′s Review

Microgaming invites you to come and visit Nashville (Tennessee, U.S.), a famous center of country music and a seat for numerous respected universities. But if you are hundreds or thousands of miles away from that charming historical city, just spin the reels of this slot and you will very soon understand why Nashville is called Cashville by some Americans.

Technically, this is a typical classic slot with three reels, one payline and standard pics that incorporate cherries, bar variants and sevens. Clicking the Bet One button, you can toggle between the number of coins and place one, two or three coins per line/spin. Coin sizes are also changeable in the range between $0.25 and $5, which allows for betting anywhere between $0.25 and $15 per spin. Well, this is a standard approach to the betting range that is often applied by Microgaming, slot’s developer.

Cherries are the lowest-paying symbols that win you up to x10. Bars are located higher at the paytable with the maximum of x30 for three 3-Bar symbols. Any three bars landed on the payline award x5. Sevens are present in two varieties; a red and blue seven, with the former being the jackpot-triggering symbol. Divided into three columns, the paytable shows winning amounts for 1, 2 and 3 coins placed per line.

As you can see, virtually all the pay chart is uniform in how the amounts correlate to the number of coins wagered. However, three Red Sevens manifest a jump in the size of a jackpot prize on the third coin. Hitting that combination on a one-coin bet awards x500 ($2500 at max), getting the same combo on a two-coin bet pays x1000 ($5000) and, finally, three red 7s pay a massive x2500 ($12,500) on a three-coin bet. That is why gamblers should place three coins of any denomination in order to derive as many benefits from the slot as is theoretically possible.

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