lets you bet up to $5 per pay line. Even on the maximum possible bet, the $125 per spin isn't too much for the high roller. If you're not as daring, bet as little as 25 cents and still have all pay lines activated. This ensures the better odds of winning a prize with each spin.
The Sumo Wrestler Tops the Paytable
We all love spotting the most rewarding player. The sumo wrestler pays out when he appears at least twice on an active pay line. His top prize is 5,000 coins. The geisha girl is next with a top prize of 1,000 coins. The last of the symbols requiring just two matching symbols in order to win is the guy wearing yellow and he pays 2 to 300 coins.
Remaining symbols in Sumo slots require a trio of matching symbols or better. The 9 and 10 pay up to 100, while the J and Q pay as much as 150. The K and A pay 10 to 200, and the paddle or coin pay up to 250.
There's one thing to note. The sumo wrestler is a wild symbol. When he helps form a winning combination, the prize doubles. Get four paddles and one wild and you win 500 coins instead of 250.
Win Hundreds With the Trophy Bonus
The trophy is a scatter that pays up to 100 times your total bet. The amount you wager makes a big difference with this symbol. When I play, I like to be a little conservative but not too cautious. I opted for a bet of $12.50 per spin and hoped for the best.
Remembering that I had a coin value of 50 cents, the amount I won proved to be extremely awarding. After a dozen spins, I landed three trophies. This triggers the pick 'em bonus. In this bonus, you're shown nine trophies. Pick them one at a time and wait for the prize to be revealed. Imagine my joy when my picks led to $537.50 in prizes!
How much will you win in this fun bonus round? There's only one way to find out. Head to a casino featuring Sumo slots and spin the reels today.