Orleans Casino has become life-changing for a San Diego resident who dropped by a few days ago. The jackpot hit by him exceeded $ 600 thousand.
Casino Orleans was visited a few days ago by a California resident who came to Los Angeles to visit his parents. Having decided to spend the evening culturally, the man looked into the casino. Having tried his luck on several machines, he achieved his goal at the Buffalo Grand.
After betting $ 3.75 and spinning the reels several times, he got the long-awaited jackpot of $ 665 thousand. Buffalo Grand, developed by the Aristocrat Gaming team. Boyd Gaming, which controls the casino, told reporters that this is the second big Buffalo Grand jackpot in September. The first one was thwarted on September 10 at Cannery Casino.
The Buffalo Grand was developed by Aristocrat as a follow-up to the Buffalo slot released in the USA in 2009. The entire line of games has become the most popular. On drums, buffalo, wolf, eagle, tiger are familiar to Americans. The listed ones are supplemented with a "sunset symbol" and a triple of scatter symbols. Certain combinations allow you to get up to 50 free spins.
The reels are somewhat unusual - the first and fifth ones operate with four symbols, and the rest - with five. The developer made the slot highly volatile.
Boyd Gaming Corporation, founded in 1975, is positioned in the American gambling market as the leading structure with 28 entertainment venues spread across ten states. The command staff of the corporation is represented by the most experienced leaders.
Aristocrat is a division of Aristocrat Leisure. The latter is the world leader in the gambling industry, employing a 6,000-strong army of employees. Ninety countries have licensed a brand that offers a unique range of entertainment technologies.
Михаил Слотчевский | Last update: 19.10.2021
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