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Vegas Gold


Vegas Gold

This new game on the AGS Orion Curve cabinet displays all the glitter of Las Vegas in a unique setup. Above the five-reel, 50-line base-game reel set is a three-reel display including nothing but multipliers ranging from 2X to 10X.

During the primary game, cash-on-reels symbols can land on several reels and pay off immediately as a mystery bonus feature. There also are frequent stacked wild symbols in the base game and the bonus feature.

There are seven jackpot levels, ranging from $10 to the top jackpot, a progressive resetting at $10,000. The lower-level jackpots are won by landing gaming chip symbols on the reels, accumulating 10 for the bottom $10 prize up to 35 for the $800 jackpot. The top progressive is won by a “blackout” in the main bonus event, with all 15 reel spots occupied by cash-on-reels symbols.

Six or more of the flaming cash-on-reels symbols scattered on the reels trigger a hold-and-re-spin bonus. The cash symbols lock in place for three free spins, with the free-spin meter returning to three as each additional flaming symbol lands.

With each of the cash-on-reels free spins, the reels above the main screen can spin, and the multipliers on the three reels are added up to multiply all cash-on-reels amounts.

Manufacturer: AGS
Platform: Orion Curve
Format: Five-reel, 50-line video slot
Max Bet: 400
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: 29.9%
Theoretical Hold: 4.74%-15.03%

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