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Double Jackpot Smokin' 777

Multimedia Games

Double Jackpot Smokin' 777

This latest game in Multimedia’s “Smokin’ Hot Jackpots” series is a traditional three-reel, five-line stepper available in quarter and dollar denominations. The game’s tall top box hosts an 11-tier progressive jackpot display.

Each of the progressive jackpots is won through a line combination on the base game, involving one of several “7” wins. The progressive levels range from around $5 to $500 on the bottom 10 prizes—black 7s, red 7s double and triple 7s, and 7 symbols combined with the Smokin’ Hot Jackpots logo in various combinations make up the progressive wins.

The top progressive, resetting at $3,000 (amounts are configurable by the casino), is won by lining up three Smokin’ 777 game logo symbols on the fifth, diagonal payline.

The Smokin’ 777 game logo also is wild, and doubles the jackpot for non-progressive line pays. Two Smokin’ 777 wilds in a non-progressive win multiply the jackpot by four. Three of the symbols on any of the first through fourth pay lines win the second-tier progressive, resetting at $500.

Manufacturer: Multimedia Games
Platform: Smokin’ Hot Jackpots
Format: Three-reel, five-line stepper
Denomination: .25, 1.00
Max Bet: 5
Top Award: Progressive; $3,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 33%
Theoretical Hold: 2%-14%

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