Earlier this year, Slotlady’s channel converted to a new name, All Casino Action, and since then has featured as its primary player Victor, who seems to have a real enthusiasm for gambling.
One thing that’s been interesting since the switch is there seems to be more crazy gambling moments than before, which I chalk up to Victor’s risk tolerance being seemingly higher than Sarah, aka Slotlady.
However, she hasn’t disappeared, and in some videos they now play together. That was the case in this video, when they played together Timber Wolf Deluxe.
Compared to the original Timber Wolf, there’s a couple of key changes. First, the bet increases from 40 credits to 50 credits. That still means a relatively low max bet of $2.50 as seen here in most cases.
The respin that happens during the bonus if a wild symbol doesn’t line up can now happen twice (at random, not every time), which increases the chances of something landing and making use of the wild.
In addition, the game now features a volatility choice, just like on Buffalo Deluxe, which came out around the same time. But for Timberwolf, which only has wilds on reels 2 and 4, that can mean up to a 50x multiplier if the most volatile choice (which also features the least number of games) is selected and both wilds land on a line hit.
Sarah and Victor got two bonuses, and both times chose the hardest choice. The first bonus didn’t do all that much, but five of a kind man symbols drove a massive $3,000 win on that $2.50 bet the second time around. That’s an over 1000x multiple win and yielded a tidy profit for that session.
There are a lot of older Aristocrat games that have some massive potential even on lower bets, and this is certainly one of them. This bonus shows the potential if you’re willing to take a risk on a difficult setup, as when things line up just right it can be a beauty.
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!