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Monopoly Pass Go

WagerWorks
RTP 96.01%
RATING 7
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Reels 5
Paylines 9
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.01
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins No
Bonus Yes
Jackpot 25000 coins
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Monopoly Pass Go Slot Review

The Monopoly Pass Gp slot game is made by IGT – the company behind WagerWorks casinos. IGT publish the house edge of their slots games with the paytable, however if the game has a range of possible settings, this figure is usually only given only as a range. Check with the casino you are playing at to find out if they give the exact value or range of possible values. The house edge of Monopoly Pass Go is between 3.99% and 15.57%. Unless you are playing at a casino that explicitly states the house edge they are using it would be wise to assume you are playing against a 15.57% edge.

The Monopoly Pass Go slots game see the classic Hasbro board game come to life. Tour round London buy property and paying fines. Ending up in jail could just be a good thing if the dice go your way.

This game is a 5 reel game, with 9 paylines and you can only bet 1 coin on each payline.

The ‘Monopoly Man’ symbol is wild.

There are two bonus features when playing Monopoly Pass Go. The first is activated when three or more of the ‘Community Chest’ symbol turn up anywhere on the reels. When this happens click on one of the chests and receive a random prize.

The second bonus feature is activated when three of the ‘Dice’ bonus symbol turn up in a row on an active payline starting from the left side of the screen. When this happens you click on one of the Dice symbols to decide how many rolls you will receive and are then taken to a screen showing a small version of the Monopoly board. You roll the dice and move that number of spaces. Each of the properties awards a prize. If you land on the ‘Chance’ symbol you move to another random space on the board. If you pass go, all wins on the second trip round the board are doubled. If you pass go a second time all wins on the third trip round the board are tripled. If you land on ‘Free Parking’ you are awarded a random bonus. If you land on ‘Go to Jail’ you are sent to jail where you have three opertunities to roll doubles. If you roll a double on the first roll all wins after that are multiplied by 5. If you roll a double on the second roll all wins after that are multiplied by 3. If you roll a double on the third roll all wins after that are doubled.

Conclusion

Monopoly Pass Go is a fairly good game. The house edge is averageish and the Monopoly board bonus feature really gives this game some originality and fun.

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