Welcome to Play Your Cards Right,, the brand new 15-line slot game based on the famous TV game show! Stake from as little as 1p for a chance of winning the £250,000 jackpot!
How to play
Choosing your stake
To increase, or decrease, the amount you are going to bet on each line, click the arrows on the BET/LINE button. Click the up arrow to increase, and the down arrow to decrease the stake value.
Remember that stakes are accepted on a per line basis. The total stake amount for your forthcoming Play Your Cards Right game will be the stake per line multiplied by the number of lines you have chosen to play. For example, if you select a £2 stake and you decide to play 15 lines then the total amount staked on the next game will be (2x15) £30. This is shown in the STAKE area.
Auto spin is a convenient way to play without having to click the SPIN button to start each game. Each spin starts automatically until something occurs that requires your intervention or the number of spins set expiries.
Using Auto Spin:
Click the AUTO SPIN button and select the desired number of spins you require. During auto spin the remaining number of auto spins counts down and is displayed. If the bonus game is triggered during auto spin, the auto spin stops once the bonus game has played out.
Click the STOP SPIN button to cancel auto spin.
A Wild symbol will substitute any standard symbol (except the Bonus and Cash pot symbols), to make the best win possible.
Cash Pots and Double Chance Bonus Game
The Double Chance bonus is a Hi Lo card game and provides a chance to win the red and blue pots of cash. These cash pot amounts accumulate during normal play. When a red or blue pot of cash symbol appears anywhere on the reels (they do not have to be on a win line, left to right or consecutive) they contribute a multiplied amount of the total stake to the relevant cash pot. It is possible to get more than one cash pot symbol per reel set.
When you first start the game (and after each Double Chance bonus game), the pots are re-set and seeded with a base amount that is a multiple of your stake. If you change the stake during normal play then the pot value will also change. A running total of the cash pots is displayed at the top of the game.
Three or more Double Chance Bonus symbols on a win line triggers the bonus game. Two rows of cards are displayed. Five red cards and five blue cards. The aim of the game is to guess whether cards are higher or lower in value than the revealed card. Aces are highest cards and twos are the lowest. If the card is of the same rank, it counts as a wrong guess. The corresponding coloured cash pots are displayed at the end of each row. The cash pot values are carried over from the main game. You begin by playing for the largest cash pot first. Each row is dealt from its own pack.
The first card of the active row is revealed. You have the option to change the starting card. Click Change Card to swap it. You can only do this once per bonus game and only at the very start of the game. You then guess if the next card is higher or lower in value than the current card. The next card in the row is revealed. If you guessed correctly, then that card becomes the current card. Now guess if the next card in the row is higher or lower than the current card. Repeat this procedure until:
• you reach the end of the row and win the cash pot prize or
• you guess incorrectly.
You then switch to the second row of cards and repeat the procedure. It is possible to win both cash pots! If you lose on the second row also, you are awarded a consolation prize. The amount of the consolation prize is equal to the cash pot seed value.
Whilst playing on the first row you have the option to freeze a card. A marker is placed on the card. You usually freeze a card when the card shown is of middle rank, such as seven, eight or nine. If you freeze a card and lose the guess, then rather than starting on the first card of the second row, you start at the corresponding freeze position. You only have one option to freeze a card, and only on the first row.
Three, four and five Grand Final symbols (appearing anywhere, they do not have to be consecutive or left to right) trigger the Grand Final Bonus game. The more Grand Final symbols you have, the larger the potential awards that you will play for in the bonus game. Click the PAYTABLE button to view the potential award values.
The Grand Final game is a Hi Lo game consisting of two rows of four cards and a single row of two cards. All the cards are drawn from a single deck.
You start at the bottom row of cards and make your way up the rows by guessing if the next card is higher or lower in value than the current card. The first card of the bottom row is turned over automatically. You have the option to change this starting card. This can be done once only, and for the first card in the game.
Next you then guess if the next card will be higher or lower in value than the current card. The next card in the row is then turned over. If you guessed correctly then that card becomes the current card. You repeat procedure until:
• you reach the end of the row or
• you guess incorrectly.
If you succeed in reaching the end of the row then a multiplier lights up. Once a multiplier is illuminated, you are guaranteed to collect a prize to the value of the multiplier value multiplied by the value you entered the bonus with. The final card in the row now becomes the first card of the next row and you continue to make a guess on the next card.
If you lose before lighting any multiplier, you still win the value you entered the bonus with. If you succeed in lighting all the multiplier's then you automatically finish the bonus and collect your cash prize.
Should you get disconnected during play we strongly recommend that on reconnection you re-launch the game and ensure any outstanding transactions are completed. Sky Vegas checks periodically and where incomplete transactions are found those games are terminated and any monies owed are returned to the player.
This game is regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is 93.9%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company in accordance with AGCC regulations.
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