The Card Shack Slot Machine

The Card Shark is an online slot game that uses the Realtime Gaming software. The machine has an ocean theme and its symbols are sharks, clams, an octopus, and a treasure chest. It has a 5-Reel slot with 9 pay-lines and a system-wide progressive jackpot. It only operates on one single penny and is one of the more popular penny games on the market. It can be found at online casinos such as Bodog and Cool Cat.

The Card Shark Slots

The chips are in the lower right hand corner and the player must click on them in order to play. To take full advantage of the game, click on the Bet Max button to make the bets. This will give the maximum bet of 9 pay-lines and 45 coins. This is gives the best odds and automatically spins the reels. In order to play fewer lines or bet fewer coins per line, just select the desired pay-lines by using the Select Lines and Bet One buttons. After the bet is the way you want it, then just press Spin. The credits can be cashed out of the machine at any time. To win, the player needs to line up treasures on any of the nine pay-lines. The player can win anywhere between 2 and 1800 times that a bet is placed on each pay-line.

The jackpot amount appears at the bottom of the screen. In order to qualify for it, the player must place the maximum bet of 45 credits. To win the jackpot, the player needs 5 star fish symbols on any maximum pay-line. The jackpot resets to $1,000 after it has been won. The Card Shark also has two bonus games; The Sunken Treasure and the Shark Bonus Round. In order to win the Sunken Treasure scatter bonus, the player must get three treasure chests anywhere on the screen. One of the chests will then open and the player wins the amount of credits that appear in the chest. To get to the Shark Bonus Round the machine must show three shark symbols anywhere on the screen. Then the player will have a chance to win up to 2700 credits. After the 3 shark symbols, the bonus game screen will appear. On the screen there will be a poker card to the left and a deck of cards to the right. There will be a button that says "Higher" and a button that says "Lower". The "Card Shark" deals three cards face down. The player must then guess whether the next card will be higher or lower than the last card. Each time the player is correct, they win an amount according to what they bet on the spin. Aces are high and the player always loses ties.

In order to view all of the different pay-outs the player can click on the "Pay Table" button which is to the right of the cash out button. This will show the player the amount that each combination pays along with the structure of each pay-line.

Card Shark is an entertaining and economical way to play slots. By using only pennies, it doesn't require a large bankroll. And at only a maximum of 45 cents per spin, the progressive jackpot can build up to a nice sum.

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