$20 BET BONUSES! Double Top Dollar vs Pinball Slots Video - INSANE COMEBACK!
CRAZY BATTLE between the Double Top Dollar and Pinball slots by IGT!
Today's battle is between two classics in their original 3-reel form: Double Top Dollar and Pinball played at the high-limit level!
For those that don't know, both games are Double Diamond slots where you win by landing a winning combination on a single payline and if that combination contains one Double Diamond symbol, your win is multiplied by 2 and if it contains two of them, your win is multiplied by 4 and if you land three of them you win the Top Award of 1600 or 2400 credits, depending on if you are playing a 2 or 3 credit version of each game. Note these multipliers do not apply to any bonus you may trigger.
The bonus in Double Top Dollar is triggered by landing the bonus symbol on reel 3 after which you are presented up to 4 offers, the first three you can reject if you so choose. After each offer is made, the machine will actually let you know, by the odds, if it's best to accept or reject the offer. This is not to say by following the advice you will always do better during that particular bonus as you may not, although over the long-term, you would. Personally, I follow the advice of the machine unless betting extremely high limit and presented with a borderline situation on the first offer. Finally, in the past I HAVE scored the Top Offer of 1000 credits on a $5 denomination machine: it does happen!
The bonus in Pinball is also triggered by landing the bonus symbol on reel 3 after which you are awarded a number of shots based on your credits bet as follows:
3 credits: 5 shots
2 credits: 2 shots
1 credit: 1 shot
With the great discrepancy of shots between 2 and 3 credits, you might think it's a hugely better bet to always bet max although the counter-balance to that is that the line-pays for 2 and 3 credit bets are the same, with the exception of 3 Double Diamond symbols which remains proportional to the bet level.
Each shot you take corresponds to a credit value between 5 and 1000 credits, although be aware that the values in the "Bonus Chamber" need to be filled sequentially, so it's impossible to score a 1000-credit hit on your first ball, for example.
Note also the number of shots may differ on certain versions of the game, for example this $500 denomination 2-credit version awards you the following:
2 credits: 4 shots
1 credit: 1 shot
YES! That's a $1000 per spin 2-credit slot machine and you can see a bonus on it here: https://thebigpayback.com/video/pinball-ultra-high-limit/
All in all, what a dramatic battle, what a comeback! Enjoy!