The Gamble Feature in Microgaming Online Slots
Would you like a chance to double or even quadruple your money when you get a win in a slot game, in a proposition where you have a pretty good chance to do it?
That's exactly what you can do when you play the "Gamble" feature at a Microgaming slots games.
Here's how it works: when you win, whether it be a small payout or a large one, you are going to see the "Gamble" button come onto the screen. You have the choice to click on that to activate this function, and then the wheels will be put in motion. If you do not want to use the gamble feature, you can just go back to playing the game as normal.
The "Gamble" feature works differently, depending on what kind of casino game you are playing. In one scenario, you see a group of five cards on a screen, with one card face-up, and then pick one of the face-down cards, which must be of a higher value for you to win. In most cases, you'll be putting up "double or nothing," but that's the chance you're taking, though we must concede that it's about as fair a chance as you're going to find in an online slot game.
Another example of the "Gamble" feature, now prominent in Microgaming online slots games, where you have the chance to take one of two options in order to increase your winnings is where a card that is displayed face-down and you have guess the correct color of the card (red or black) you can double your win. If you can guess the correct suit (hearts, diamonds, spades, clubs) you can actually quadruple that win.
You can exercise the gamble feature again and again to expand on your original win, and that is the beauty of being able to use the gamble feature. The popularity of this aspect of the game (and take our word for it, the gamble feature is popular) probably stems from the fact that it allows you to "bonus" yourself based on your own judgment, giving you the appearance (some might say the illusion) of operating on the basis of skill. It also gives you the chances to get more when the winning situation arises, ad let's face it, those occasions don't come all that often.