The Red Eye Nickels slot machine invites players to take part in a dizzying race for the jackpot. Each spin of the three reels can bring the amounts of up to 7,500. The slot has one payline and two wild symbols.

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How to Play Red Eye Nickels Slot

During the game, you can bet 1, 2 or 3 credits. This amount can be selected using the Bet button. The Max Bet button allows you to make the maximum bet in one click. The current bet size is shown in the Credits Played cell.

Before starting the game, it is recommended to study the payout table. It opens with the Info key. The following information is displayed in the table:

  • Payouts for each combination in credits taking into account the bet made
  • Characteristics of special symbols

It is very easy at this slot. It is enough to generate 3 symbols on the payline. To find out how much money you have in your account, you can use the Credit Meter cell in the lower right of the interface. To start the game in the manual mode, use the Spin button. To start the game in the automatic mode, use the Auto Play key.

Symbols and Winnings

There are two wild symbols in the game:

  • Double Jackpot (replaces all icons)
  • Slot logo (replaces all the icons except for the Double Jackpot)

Double Jackpot brings the biggest payouts – 2,500, 5,000, and 7,500. When the logo of the slot machine is part of the combination, you can get the winnings of 300, 600, and 900. The combinations of sevens are paid in the amounts of 150, 300, and 450. Three cherries can bring 30, 60, and 90, depending on the bet made. Different combinations of BAR inscriptions will bring the amounts from 5 to 150.

How to Win at Red Eye Nickels

Winning combinations are often generated in the game. If you want to win big, it is recommended to bet the maximum amount – 3 credits per spin.

Double Jackpot2,500, 5,000, 7,500
Logo of the slot300, 600, 900
7150, 300, 450
BARx350, 100, 150
BARx220, 40, 60
BAR10, 20, 30
Any BAR inscriptions5, 10, 15
Three cherries30, 60, 90
Two cherries5, 10, 15
One cherry2, 4, 6

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