Vegas Technology Specialty GamesBy: Joe Valentino, Wednesday March 23rd 2011
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The table games and video poker games from different software providers are near identical. The slots games differ mainly in the themes and to some extent in features. But it is the specialty games section in which each software provider offers a completely different selection of games. Vegas Technology offers a set of specialty games that cannot be found in the online casinos powered by other software providers.
Bingo Bucks is a slots-like specialty game. It is played in a 5 x 5 matrix in which symbols appear after the play is activated. There are two material differences from the usual slots games. The columns of the matrix do not spin like unified reels, but each cell independently generates a random symbol. The paylines run horizontally, vertically and diagonally making a total of 12 paylines. The players first choose the coin size, which varies from $0.25 to $5.00. Then the players decide how many paylines to enable. The "bet one" button is for enabling paylines and does not refer to the number of coins as in many online casino games. One the play is activated by clicking on the "roll" button, bingo balls bearing the graphics of the different symbols fall into the matrix cells. The payouts are decided as per the payout table. The highest payout of 1,000 coins is for getting the letters B, I, N, G and O aligned in order.
Dazzling Dice is the second specialty game offered at online casinos powered by Vegas Technology software. Structurally it is identical to Bingo Bucks but is different visually. The symbols appear on dice instead of bingo balls. The dice do not have their usual markings but are marked as cards from Ace to Nine. The payouts are based on poker hand rankings and this makes it simpler for players to figure out what is happening. The highest payout is 100 coins for five of a kind. Other paying combinations are high straight, low straight, any four of a kind, any full house and any three of a kind.
Poker Dice is a simple version of video poker. The card values are marked on dice and five dice are rolled across the table as in craps. There are no suits and therefore hand rankings based on suit matches, like flush, are removed from the payout table. The same dice as in Dazzling Dice are used, which means that the values range from Ace to Nine. The player can choose from four coin sizes. In this case the "bet one" button refers to the number of coins. The pay table lists payouts separately for the number of coins wagered. The major difference from video poker is that players cannot replace the dice rolled. So there is no skill or strategy involved.
Poker Slots is again in the structural format of Bingo Bucks. The symbols are the normal suited playing cards. The unique feature about poker slots is that each cell in the matrix is filled from an independent deck of 52 cards. Therefore theoretically all 25 cells can have the ace of spades. The regular poker hand rankings from two pairs to a royal flush figure on the reels. The only difference is that Poker Slots can also have five of a kind hand.
All these specialty games can be played at Vegas Technology powered online casinos like Go Casino, Online Vegas Casino and Millionaire Casino.
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