Well- I guess you know the expression: "the Luck of the Irish". Well, here´s an Irish luck slot for you from Playtech. The game play is similar to one of our other favourite Playtech games: the Great Blue Slot. This game isn´t quite as volatile, we´d put it down as a medium high variance game. Try it at Casino King.
There are a lot of lucky Irish symbols in there, with pots of gold, harps, clovers and an Irish maiden who is the wild symbol. You get the picture! Give it a test drive below.
Irish luck Slot Machine. Free Play (No Registration Required)
Not available on mobiles.
Best Casinos For Irish Luck
We'd go for Casino.com or bet365 for the Irish Luck slot. Casino.com run a big multiple bonus offer up to £3200 if that´s your thing. bet365 slots have a good reputation with players, and they are good for roulette as well,
The Irish Luck Slot is a Playtech slot.
How to Play Irish Luck
This is a 30 pay-line 5 reel slot game. You can change your coin sixe, the number of pay-lines you want to bet on and your bet per line. It´s pretty volatile, so don´t go too crazy- you need enough budget to be able to work through a decent number of spins. There are other games like the Penguin Vacation slot and Great Blue which are very similar. Penguin Vacation has 20 pay-lines.
You can tell this game is pretty volatile as 5 Irish Maiden wilds on an activated pay-line will net you 10,000x you line bet. The wilds stack on all reels too, and they will stand in for other symbols to make up wins (which are doubled).
Gold Pots Bonus
There´s a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow, and there are also quite a few spinning around the Irish Luck slot as this is the scatter symbol. just like Great Blue, you can get up to 33 free spins at a x15 multiplier.
When you first get into the free spins round, you automatically get 8 free games with a x2 multiplier. You then need to pick 2 out of 5 gold pots for additional spins and/or multipliers.
And the best bit about the Gold Pots Bonus? You can win more free games in the bonus game with the same multiplier. In theory you can do this indefinitely. In practice, of course, even your Irish luck may run out at some point.