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Combo Cash

Everi Holdings

Combo Cash

This new game on Everi’s unique Dynasty Vue cabinet adds the “what-you-see-is-what-you-get” three-reel payline from the popular reel-spinners Cash Machine and Gold Standard Jackpot as a bonus reel on top of a standard three-by-five reel array.

The base game is a five-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slot. The inaugural games in the series are Rockin’ Reels and Secret Treasures. Both are available in penny and 10-cent denominations, with a multi-denom version that includes 2-cent and 5-cent denominations.

The primary game proceeds as normal, with adjacent reel symbols forming wins in the ways-to-win setup. But when a “$” symbol lands in the base game, the three reels above the array spin to a a possible bonus.

The bonus reels pay exactly as the popular original Cash Machine game—the reel symbols are numbers, and the player is paid the dollar amount displayed on the reels. For instance, “1-0-0” pays $100.

The top jackpot on the penny version of the game is the same as the top prize on the original Cash Machine—$10,500 for lining up “10-5-00.” On the 10-cent version of the game, the top prize is $20,500.

The Secret Treasures base game features more frequent “$” symbols on the reels, where Rockin’ Reels unlocks extra reels when the “$” symbol lands, resulting in larger base-game wins.

Each game has a title-specific free-game bonus feature as well. Bonus symbols scattered on reels 3, 4 and 5 trigger nine free spins.

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings

Platform: Dynasty Vue

Format: Five-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slot

Max Bet: 240, 480

Denomination: .01, .10 (.02 and .05 in multi-denom version)

Top Award: $10,500, $20,500

Hit Frequency: Approximately 25%

Theoretical Hold: 2%-14%

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