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The Triple Crown slot machine is a perfect version of the traditional 4-reel slot machine games you find in land-based casinos. These types of games are still massively popular around the world for their simple style of play. As far as game play goes, Triple Crown slots has all of the attributes of some of the classic Las Vegas games.
For those of you who have always wanted to spin and pull the lever of a real one-armed bandit, Triple Crown by Betsoft is probably the closest that you will get without actually visiting a brick and mortar casino.
The slot has a classic 3-reel structure and only one payline, which will probably seem very reductive to the players who “grew up” on 5-reel slots with at least 20 paylines or with all-ways-win betways system. The theme is also pretty basic and general, although one can catch a glimpse of the Arabian nights or something to that effect, with the Mosque and Aladdin's lamp as the main icons.
Triple Crown comes in two viewing modes that the player can select and change at all times. Both options are offered when the game is launched and the player will get to choose between the Wide View and the Full View.
The difference is in the layout of the game screen. In the Wide View, you will get to see the entire “mechanism” - the lever, paytable, and the reels. The Full View zooms in on the reel and the payline, while the payout table can be accessed via the relevant game command button, at the bottom of the game screen.
Coin value is adjusted using the button placed on the central part of the screen. The number of coins ranges from 1 to 3 per spin, with the option to change the coin value to $0.01, $0.02, $0.05, $0.10. $0.25. $0.50 or $1.00. Bet One tab will increase and decrease the wagered coins on the line, while the Max Bet button will maximise the stakes without changing the selected coin value. The return to player that one can expect in the long run is 94.5% and the slot's jackpot is capped at 5,000 coins.
Obviously, being a 3-reeler, Triple Crown does not offer any bonus features or in-games. Instead, the players are limited to the main (and only) game and the payout table will change in accordance with the bet level and the number of coins you select. To win, the player doesn't even need to land a combination and even a single icon positioned in the middle of the payline is enough to strike a win.
Pressing the bets will significantly increase the winning potential – the combination of 3 slot's Logo symbols will pay 5 times more if all three coins are wagered (5,000 coins) and the higher payouts will be generated for all the symbols on a 3-coin stake.
Players who like to focus solely on the game and dislike being distracted by complex and, in some cases, useless bonus features, are likely to enjoy the simplicity that this slot has to offer. Of course, these types of games are targeting a particular demographics, which pretty much means that the outdated visuals and lack of bonus games are deliberate.
Traditionally, payout in classic 3-reel slots are a bit higher, but this is not the case here, although, increasing the betting level will help. Also, with Triple Crown, players do not need to land a symbol combination – even a single icon is enough for a payout, as long as the payline cuts right through it.
To fully appreciate Triple Crown, players will need to have an acquired taste for traditional slots and younger users may not be able to understand what all the hype is about – at least until they start spinning and generating payouts. Triple Crown will not leave you hanging and you can expect moderate and frequent winnings, but still nothing overly generous.