It may sound like a difficult thing to achieve upon first hearing the idea, but NetEnt have wonderfully blended the two to form Kings of Chicago. There are five reels, so to speak, and three rows, which are dealt out each round in columns of playing cards. These are divided into the red hearts, blue diamonds, black spades and green clubs. The idea with the game is not to link up matching playing cards, but instead to form poker hands, such as ‘three of a kind’ or a ‘royal flush’, to name but two. There are also character icons on the picture cards, although these are mob gang members and their molls.
Not only does it have a unique theme and layout, but this game has had a total of five different pay lines included in its interface. This may seem like quite a small amount, but it’s perfectly adequate for this product. These are fixed in place by the developer, although all players are able to customise the amount of the wager they place per round. This is done by changing around the value of a single coin, which ranges from between €0.01 and increases up to €1 per line. You’re also able to change around the bet level, which ranges between one and 10. Therefore, a maximum overall wager of €50 per round is able to be placed.