Scratch ‘N’ Spin

Scratch ‘N’ Spin is a popular, pub-style video slot machine available at Ladbrokes Casino. The name says it all: What distinguishes Scratch ‘N’ Spin from other slot games and other scratch cards is that it’s actually a blend of both. How it works is that winning combinations pay out in scratch cards rather than coins. The player has a choice of six scratch cards, and each card has different odds and payouts.

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The upshot to this approach is that the player can win much more than these stake levels would typically call for. The downside is that the payouts are somewhat more inconsistent than they would ordinarily be. The good news is that it all evens out over time, and it makes for an extremely exciting game. Scratch ‘N’ Spin also has automation features that make the game play like any other slot.

Scratch ‘N’ Spin has three spinning reels and a single win line. The symbols, from lowest value to highest, are cherries, lemons, oranges, bars, blue sevens, red sevens, and Scratch ‘N’ Spin logos. The respective payouts for those symbols are 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15 and 20 scratch cards. The scratch cards play out on a second screen as soon as they are won, and the player can choose a different card each time.

The scratch card payouts available are 500x, 600x and 1,000x, twice each. Coin sizes range from £0.10 to £10, and the machine allows a single coin each spin. At the max bet of £10, it’s possible to win £200,000 on a single spin: 20 scratch cards at 1,000 £10 coins each. Why would anyone play a 500x or 600x card? Well, those trade max payout for better odds and scaling at the lower end.

Scratch ‘N’ Spin also has four activated features: Nudge Now, Nudge Repeat, Nudge Bank Held, and Gamble Nudge. A Nudge Now lets you bump a reel to turn a losing spin into a winner. A Nudge Repeat awards you as many nudges as were used last spin. Nudge Bank Held lets your store nudges for use later. Gamble Nudge lets you gamble current nudges to win additional nudges.

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