Playful Pandas Multiply Wins up to 27X in New Bamboo Rush Slot

Betsoft has created a new Chinese-themed slot called Bamboo Rush. This weekend, Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Casino are giving players 10 free spins on the pandarific new game that features Free Spins and Wilds that double or triple wins.

 

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“Those Panda’s may seem cuddly,” said Intertops Poker’s casino manager.  “But they can also multiply wins up to 27X.  This is a medium-high volatility game with a max payout of 53,000X your bet!”

 

Until Monday, all players get 10 free spins on Bamboo Rush.

September 13 – 16th, free spins will be applied as soon as the game is opened.

 

Bamboo Rush takes players to a tranquil secret garden next to an ancient Chinese temple. Serenity turns to excitement as Lotus Blossoms, Temples and Pandas start to spin on its five reels.  This is a 5X4 game with an extra row creates extra chances for a winning combination.

 

The new Bamboo Rush has a Free Spins feature, Wilds that multiply wins, and a Double-Up bonus round. During free spins, there are extra high value Panda symbols, and all wilds have multipliers. To further maximize wins, Wilds during free spins DOUBLE or TRIPLE the win.

 

After any winning spin, players can play the Double Up mini game – a double-or-nothing coin toss.

Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Casino host busy poker rooms and also offer a huge selection of slots and table game. Next week is Blackjack Jackpot week when Blackjack players win bonuses for designated winning hands.

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