Top 5 Games to Play at Pots of Luck Casino
August 9, 2018
You may have seen a lot of websites out there in the same mould as Pots of Luck Casino. Kerching for one, Scorching Slots for two. All three casinos have the same skeleton, they just differ in skin colour.
However, that different skin includes a whole different catalogue of games, and it’s a good job because we’ve already reviewed the top 5 games at Kerching Casino so it would be a pretty pointless task if the casinos all had the same titles.
Anyway, we do have a full Pots of Luck casino review for you, but for now, let’s get on with the top 5 games to play at Pots of Luck casino.
1) Reel Heist
This is a reely nice slot! Get it? ’cause it’s called Reel Heist!! The game is! Reely nice slot, Reel Heist! Haha lol! *drags keyboard off 14-year-old brother*
Sorry about that. Anyway back on topic, Reel Heist is a bloody lovely slot game, and do you know why? It’s because I’m a sucker for anything that’s unique. Well, not anything, it has to be something good. And this is! Thankfully.
When you play the game, at random moments, a robber will pop up on the reels holding a x20/30/1,500 etc. board then a policeman will pop up out of nowhere to try and hunt him down. Once plod catches the robber, you will then win your stake times by what was on the board. The numbers generate randomly but you can win up to 2,000 times your stake! You can see just how it works on the video above.
House edge wise, we’re at 5%, not too great, but not bad. Paylines? 36. Reels? 5. Lovely.
You can read our Reel Heist slot game review here.
Jumanjiiiii, it’s a jungle inside your soul. Somewhere deep inside, at the end of the wooooorld. Jumanjiiii, and survival your only goal. Plunge the jewel inside, say the name of the game!!!
One of the newest games on the circuit right now, the Jumanji slot game was released just after the new blockbuster Jumanji film came out, though there is no Kevin Hart, Jack Black, The Rock or Karren Gillan, I’m afraid.
But hey, don’t let that dampen your spirit because this is a GREAT game. Like, really good. I don’t know about you but what I love from a slot game is a cool, funky bonus round, and what do you get on Jumanji? A cool, funky bonus round! Actually a lot of them, you can see how they work on the video above.
The stats? 5 five reels, 36 paylines, and a house edge of 3.7%. Jumanjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!
Also, here’s our in-depth Jumanji slot game review.
You’ve played Rainbow Riches. Now play Rainbow Riches Pick ‘n’ Mix, the Irish themed slot game where you get to choose your bonuses!!
So, after reading that sentence, how would you rate my chances of becoming a copywriter for JML out of 10? I bloody love those guys, I really do.
Anywayyyy, to get back on topic. Rainbow Riches Pick ‘n’ Mix is simply Rainbow Riches but you get to choose the bonuses you play more, and what’s the best thing about Rainbow Riches? Yep, the bonuses! Being an Irish themed casino, Pots of Luck have a host of Irish slot games on their site, and this is probably the best of the lot. It’s even an upgrade on the original Rainbow Riches. Lovely, lovely stuff.
In terms of the stats: there are 5 reels, 20 paylines and the house edge is 6%.
Click on through to read our full Rainbow Riches Pick n Mix slot game review
Right, right, right. There’s not tooooo many progressive jackpot slots on Pots of Luck, to be honest. Actually, there’s so few that I could name them all for you right now if you want me to. You do? Then I will: Star Lanterns, Wolf Run, Golden Goddess and our mate Cleopatra.
All those games mentioned are actually part of the same collection of games, Mega Jackpots, where the jackpot win averages around £850,000, and the jackpot is won approximately every 11 weeks. The biggest win ever recorded was over £2m back in September 2013.
In terms of the game itself, well, the visuals are a little bit dated and there’s no autoplay option, but it’s still a pretty good slot with a decent little bonus round and big payouts.
Statistically speaking, the house edge is 4.98%, there are 5 reels, and you can bet between 1 and 20 lines per spin – but to go for the jackpot you have to bet on all 20 lines.
For your convenience, here is our Cleopatra slot review in full.
“I want a Dream Catcher, not a belly scratcher”, roared the expectant crowd just before the creation of Dream Catcher live. They may have done. That may have happened. Perhaps. Maybe.
But what is this beautifully coloured creation, I hear you ask? Well, it’s very, very simple. You bet on the wheel stopping at 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40, the presenter then turns the wheel, and you either win or lose. It’s basically like a simplified, 21st-century roulette for millenials.
In terms of payouts, the 1 segments pay out at evens, 2 segments 2/1, 5 segments 5/1, 10 segments, 10/1, 20 segments 20/1 and 40 segments 50/1…daaa, just kidding 40/1 as well.
You can bet between 10p and £1,000 per spin and the house edge is a very good 3.42%.
Come here for our full Dream Catcher live review!
And there we have it. Another blog post is put to sleep. It’s so sad when that happens.
Anyway, Pots of Luck. What a lovely place to play. There are some great games on here and even though the site doesn’t look the business, it does offer some quite wonderful titles. But if you’re looking for something a bit different to what we’ve featured above, you can browse our game library, if not come here and play at Pots of Luck.
Author: Tom M.
Tom has been creating online content for over 10 years now starting way back as a small, impressionable 16-year-old. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.