We offer 58 state-of-the-art slot machines inclusive of eleven (8) Touch Bet Roulette terminals. Our slot machine operations are coinless and operate on the DRGT online slot accounting system. For our discerning slots players we offer a maximum bet value per spin of Ghc25.
How to Play
Millionaires Casino Accra operates on the latest DRGT coinless system meaning that guests required to obtain a Club M Membership Card and load credits to enable play on any of the slot machines on our casino floor. A bill validator may be used to insert bills and thus increase your credit value on the machines that you are playing.
The most popular games are the video slot games along with reel-spinning games. There are video games in cent and dollar denominations and reel spinners up to Ghc100. Most reel spinners take up to two or three credits at a time while video slots can take 45, 90, and even 500 credits at a time.
Nearly all of our slot machines are fitted with currency acceptors, slide a bill into the slot, and the equivalent amount of credits is displayed on a meter. On reel-spinning slots, push a button marked “play one credit” until you’ve reached the number of credits you wish to play. Then hit the “spin reels” button, or pull the handle on those few slots that still have handles, or hit a button marked “play max credits,” which will play the maximum credits allowed on that machine.
On video slots, push one button for the number of paylines you want to activate, and a second button for the number of credits wagered per line. One common configuration has nine paylines on which you can bet 1 to 5 credits. Video slots are also available with 5, 15, 20, 25, even 50 paylines, accepting up to 25 credits per line.
Many reel-spinning machines have a single payout line painted across the center of the glass in front of the reels. Others have three payout lines, even five payout lines, each corresponding to a credit played. The symbols that stop on a payout line determine whether a player wins.
Video slots typically have representations of five reels spinning on a video screen. Paylines not only run straight across the reels but also run in V’s, upside down V’s, and zigs and zags across the screen. Nearly all have at least five paylines, and most have more — up to 50 lines. In addition, video slots usually feature bonus rounds and “scatter pays.” Designated symbols trigger a scatter pay if two, three, or more of them appear on the screen, even if they’re not on the same payline.
Similarly, special symbols will trigger a bonus event. The bonus may take the form of a number of free spins, or the player may be presented with a “second screen” bonus. The popularity of such bonus rounds is why video slots have become the fastest growing casino game of the last decade.
When you hit a winning combination, winnings will be added to the credit meter. If you wish to collect the credits showing on the meter, hit the button marked “Cash Out,” the credits on your slot machine will be transferred to your Club M Membership card.
When cashing out or having won a jackpot, all winning are paid directly to your Club M card.
The microprocessors driving today’s machines are programmed with random-number generators that govern winning combinations. It no longer matters how many stops are on each reel. If we fitted that old three-reel, ten-stop machine with a microprocessor, we could put ten jackpot symbols on the first reel, ten on the second, and nine on the third, and still program the random-number generator so that three jackpot symbols lined up only once every 1,000 times, or 10,000 times.
Each possible combination is assigned a number, or numbers. When the random-number generator receives a signal it sets a number, and the reels stop on the corresponding combination.
Between signals, the random-number generator operates continuously, running through dozens of numbers per second. This has practical effects for slot players.
If you leave a machine, then see someone else hit a jackpot shortly thereafter, don’t be alarmed. To hit the same jackpot, you would have needed the same split-second timing as the winner. The odds are overwhelming that if you had stayed at the machine, you would not have hit the same combination.