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Winner's Choice 2

International Game Technology

Winner's Choice 2

This is the second version of IGT’s popular Winner’s Choice multi-game video slot. The game offers an initial menu of six classic IGT video slot games, in both payline versions and the slot-maker’s MultiWay Xtra setup, in which there are no paylines and wins come from adjacent symbols. The latter setup offers a total of 720 ways to win on each spin.

The new game is on IGT’s CrystalDual cabinet.

Winner’s Choice 2 offers the player the option to play any one or up to four of the games on the menu simultaneously. A set per-line wager applies to each of the four games for primary-game spins. Triggered bonus events cause isolation of the game on which the event occurs.

The inaugural themes on the Winner’s Choice 2 menu are time-tested IGT games: Stinkin’ Rich, Kitty Glitter, Coyote Moon, Mystical Mermaid, Fire Opals and Fire Horse. Each game theme has unique reel and payline setups.

In addition to the individual bonus events, there is a mystery wheel-spin bonus. On any random spin, a wheel appears on which the player selects one of the game themes. Another wheel spin determines how many free games will be awarded on that game—up to 96 initial free games, with possible triggers of standard free-spin bonuses adding to the event.

Manufacturer: International Game Technology
Platform: CrystalDual
Format: Multi-game video slot
Denomination: Multi-denomination
Max Bet: Various
Top Award: Various
Hit Frequency: Various
Theoretical Hold: Various

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