Big Banker WildCard
How To Play
- Big Banker Wild Card is played over 9 scratch panels on a 3x3 grid.
- Match any 3 symbols in view to receive the corresponding pay out for that symbol.
- Match 3 in view to activate the big banker feature.
- can form part of multiple win combinations on a single card
Big Banker Feature
- The feature presents 24 scratch panels.
- The feature starts with 8 picks and 3 banks.
- A panel is scratched to reveal a cash amount to which the player is given the chance to ‘REJECT’ the offer or ‘BANK’ the offer.
- If an amount is ‘REJECTED’ it is removed from the panels, if an amount is ‘BANKED’ it is added to the feature bank.
- Each time a panel is scratched the picks remaining is reduced by 1.
- Each time an offer is banked the banks remaining is reduced by 1.
- If there are any banks remaining when the number of picks remaining reaches zero, all remaining banks are forfeit and the last offer is auto banked.
- Select your number of spins and a loss limit to enable the start autoplay button.
- You can select the generated loss limit or enter a custom value.
- Autoplay will stop if the number of spins is completed or the loss limit is reached.
- Your loss limit is reached when your net losses are equal to the value selected or a further spin would increase net losses higher than set loss limit.
- Additionally you may enter a win limit that stops autoplay when a single game win is equal to or exceeds the value.
- Enabling the stop on jackpot option will stop autoplay if the jackpot of 1,785 x max stake is reached.
- Expected pay back is at least 93%.
- In accordance with fair gaming practices required in most legal jurisdictions worldwide, each and every game outcome is completely independent. The odds of getting any particular outcome are always the same.
- The odds do not vary based on prior outcomes, bet size, balance size, time of day, day of week, etc. For example: If the top award is won on a given play of the game, the chances of winning the top award on the next play are exactly the same. Likewise, prior losses do not change future odds.
- The results for any given player over a play session can vary widely from this long-term expected average in either direction.
- The expected pay back reflects the theoretical return across a very large number of plays by numerous players over an extended period of time.
- The fewer the number of games played, the wider the normal variance of actual pay back that may be experienced.
- Any combination of wins in a single game is limited and will not exceed 1,785 x max stake. It may not be possible to reach this limit in a single game from every stake configuration.
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Last modification date: 7/5/2019