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Super Spins Bar-X is a popular online and bookies slot machine, using the old and ever popular bar – x – o format to create winning combinations.
The simple format has made Super Spins Bar – X and its brother Super Pots Bar – X popular amongst groups of slot machine players who prefer simple, not so feature rich slot games, without the loss of playing appeal.
Super Spins Bar – X has a simple formula, it pays for three of a kind or more on a winline, with the winlines running left to right, right to left and in the middle! This makes for some confusing winning combinations when you first start to play, but you get used to it.
Super Spins Bar – X can be found in bookies and online, the online version has jackpots of X1000 stake for a full house of bars as opposed to £500 on the bookies and arcade version. The stakes online can also go from 20p per spin up to £200, meaning a full house of bars at £200 would returns £20,000.
The simplicity of the game usually results in most players leaving it on auto-play until something happens. The something in this case is the free spins feature that can award up to 50 free spins.
The free spins will auto-play and bank all the wins collected during the feature. The bonus can also be re-triggered in the same way it was activated, potentially resulting in some very large wins. The £500 jackpot version of this slot often tends to pay out the jackpot this way rather than a full house of bars, and likes to save the larger wins until the end.
There are several versions of Super Spins Bar – X, most have identical gameplay with variations on the games theme (different graphics).
The best version online is the Ladbrokes exclusive; Super Pots Bar –X.
Super Pots Bar – X plays the same as its twin Super Spins, but has replaced the free spins bonus with chances for progressive cash pots and bonus wins.
Each of the five reels houses a different valued cash pot, with a bonus symbol available on each reel. Reel one has the lowest, and therefore easiest to win value (usually around £150), with a gradual progression up to the very large reel five cash pot which is often £10,000 and above.
To win the cash pots, a bonus symbol must drop in on any or multiple reels. The bonus symbol takes the form of a small slot machine and is very similar to Reel King. The slot then spins and can award cash values or the cash pot located above the reel. These bonus symbols drop in fairly frequently, but they can award nothing so bare that in mind when you start playing. Three gold pots will pay the relevant cash pot, with the other wins made up of a series of coloured sevens.