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5 Paylines Slots

Online slots come in varying styles and setups for a reason. There are much gaming ‘tastes’ out there, and casino providers need to keep all gaming preferences catered for, to ensure they get repeat business. Continue reading to understand what 5 payline slots are.

Mystery Joker

  • Type Classic Slots
  • Released2014
  • RTP96.98%
  • Jackpot6020x bet
  • Features5 Paylines
  • Volatilitymedium

Fire Joker

  • Type Classic Slots
  • Released2016
  • RTP96.15%
  • Jackpot800x bet
  • FeaturesBonus Rounds
  • Volatilitymedium

Jackpot 6000

  • Type Classic Slots
  • Released2014
  • RTP95%
  • Jackpot600x bet
  • FeaturesBonus Rounds
  • Volatilityhigh

Inferno Star

  • Type Classic Slots
  • Released2019
  • RTP96%
  • Jackpot2500x bet
  • FeaturesBonus Rounds
  • Volatilityhigh

Big Win Cat

  • Type Video Slots
  • Released2017
  • RTP96%
  • Jackpot800x bet
  • Features3D Slots
  • Volatilitymedium

Mega Joker

  • Type Jackpot Slots
  • Released2013
  • RTP99%
  • JackpotProgressive
  • FeaturesBonus Rounds
  • Volatilityhigh

What are 5 Paylines slots?

Among some of the most popular styles of casino games, are Classic 3-reel slots. These classic ensembles come with between 1 and 9 paylines. One of the most common sets of win lines on a 3x3 machine is 5 lines, like Microgaming’s Break da Bank, or Merkur Gaming’s Double Triple Chance.

Here, players can concentrate their wagers over a small and concise win structure, rather than the thrilling mega payline games out there on the web. At least this way, you can commit the pay patterns to memory, which is a little more difficult when dealing with 20 – 100 set lines.

Most often 1, 3 and 5 payline slot games offer bigger rewards because it's more difficult to win on less paylines.