Triple Flamin' Sevens
- Type : 3 Reel + 1 Line
- Coin Sizes : 0.10 to 10.00
- Maximum Bet : 2 coins
- Jackpot : 4,000 coins
- Wild Symbol : Yes
- Bonus Features : No
- Multipliers : Yes | X3 - X9
- Gamble : No
- Volatility : High
- Software By : Vegas Tech
Triple Flaming 7's Review
One of a group of slots from Bally Gaming that have been officially licensed for online use, Triple Flamin' Sevens is exactly the same online as it is offline. It is one of Bally Gaming older slot games so there is a good chance you would have seen it in a land-based casino over the last decade.
The game is a two coin classic slot with three spinning reels and one pay line. All of the symbols are sevens with six different varieties. These include the standard white, blue yellow and red sevens as well as the yellow sevens over the chilies and the wild Flamin' sevens logo.
The Flamin' Sevens logo awards the highest prize of 4,000 coins if you can line up all three on the pay line. They also act as win multipliers for all of the other 8 winning combinations. Get one logo as part of a win and you get triple the pay table value, get two and your win is multiplied by nine. The only exception to this rule is if you get one or two wilds with nothing else or if you get the three wilds - in these cases the wins are not multiplied.
On the pay table it looks like there is a massive drop between the top pay of 4,000 and the second highest pay which is listed as 300 coins. In reality the second highest pay is really 2,700 coins (1 Chili Seven + 2 wilds). The third highest pay is then 1,440 coins (1 Red Seven + 2 Wilds)
At land based casinos, Triple Flamin' Sevens is commonly seen in the quarter, dollar and five dollar coin sizes. The online version offers a much wider range of betting limits and lets you change coin sizes without leaving the game. You can choose from 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1, $2, $5 and $10 con sizes.
In the end Triple Flamin' Sevens looks the same as the original, plays the same and has the same jackpots. If you are a fan of this game at land-based casinos then you can now play from home. If you have never played it at a casino before then find out why it is a very popular Bally Gaming slot.
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Please Note : This game is no longer available as of May, 2011 as all Vegas Technology casinos have closed. Find other online slots in our Slots Directory.