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Slot Moments: Vegas Low Roller Lands the Grand on 88 Fortunes Emperor’s Coins

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Written by Joshua

Not that long ago, I shared a video The Slot Cats filmed that showed off a variety of new Scientific Games cabinets and games. One such game was an 88 Fortunes sequel, Emperor’s Coins, which brings some new features to the series.

Vegas Low Roller was one of the first to take the game for a spin at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas virtually right after it was intalled, and the outcome of the session was quite an unusual one, and unexpected, for a new game:

Yes, he landed the grand on 88 cents! This has continued a pretty incredible run of recent low-rolling bets with massive wins featured on some YouTube channels.

The game features a new way for winning the various progressives; you don’t have a picking screen but instead the money flows to whichever one you’ll win, as shown on the Slot Cats video.

After the jackpot, VLR continues to play the game and showcases more of the game, including a free spins bonus, that provides a bit more color as to how the game plays in practice.

There’s quite a bit in common with the 88 Fortunes game we know and love, but the Must Hit By progressives and free games is a new wrinkle we’ll get into down the road on the site. But one thing that hasn’t changes is the potential for a massive Grand Progressive Jackpot, and that’s led to another insane win relative to bet on a YouTube channel.

For now, that’s some Boom Shakalaka!

The Slot Moments series selects videos that can show the real potential of a slot machine game. Do you have a moment that stands out for you? Share in the comments and it may be featured in a future edition!

About the author

Joshua

My name is Joshua, and I’m a 30-something who works in tech as a marketer by day, and dabbles in casinos periodically during off-times. Know Your Slots will reflect my interests in understanding the various ways you can play slots, games that give you a potential edge, casino promotions and systems and how you can get the most out of it.

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