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Kings of Chicago Slot NetEnt

Kings of Chicago is a 5-payline slot which combines the elements of a video slot with those of classic poker. The game, which runs of the NetEnt software platform, has random scatters, which can be any card, and a Joker card, which substitutes for all the other cards. Players are welcome to try the slot on this page for free or select any of the NetEnt casinos from the listings to play the game for real money.

To start their exciting Chicago poker adventure, players need to adjust their bet first. The bet level can be set by moving the “Level” selector. The coin value, which ranges from 0.01 to 1, can be regulated with the “Coin Value” selector. The “Sp­in/­Dea­l” button initiates the game, “Au­top­lay­” spins the reels multiple times without interruption and clicking on “Max Bet” allows players to play the game at the highest wager.

3 or more scatters activate Free Deals, wherein payline wins come with a x2 multiplier. If 3 or more scatters spin into the view during the Free Deals, a new set of Free Deals will be awarded.

Winning Poker Hands include Natural royal flush, Five of a kind, Royal flush, Straight flush, Four of a kind, Full house, Flush, Straight and Three of a Kind. A 10,000-coin jackpot will be awarded when players acquire the Natural royal flush.

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Level: Select the bet level.
Coin Value: Choose the coin size.
Spin/Deal: Start playing the game at the chosen wager.
Autoplay: Play the game multiple times uninterrupted.
Max Bet: Spin the reels at the maximum bet.

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Software NetEnt
Slot Type Video slots
RTP 97.8%
Special feature Wild Scatter Free Spins
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Afi4wins 2006 reviews
Reviewed on December 26, 2017


I remember some years ago when I was playing poker at online Grand Poker website literally everyday, collecting up to a few billion points, until I finally left it all behind and concentrated on slot games instead. Those points were not worth any money at all, just fun points, so I didn't lose anything by abandoning them. After years of not playing poker, it was indeed fun to be playing it again with this Kings Of Chicago game from NetEnt.

Poker is a 5-cards game, so this slot also plays with just 5 paylines, but still using the same 5 reels and 3 rows format, with each payline counting as one hand. So with each spin, you are playing with 5 hands at a time. Nothing complicated in that. All payouts are based on Poker's winning hands, like Royal Flush, Straight Flush, 5 Of A Kind, and so on, starting with 10,000x win for the Royal Flush, down to just 2x for the lowest 3 Of A Kind winning hand. Again, a very simple and non-complicated payout concept. However, getting 5 of those randomly appearing Scatters anywhere on the cards would pay a very nice 500x the total bet, which is not in any real Poker's payout scheme of course, and that includes the non-paying Joker Wild symbols too.

For real Poker players, playing this slot game would be another great thrill for them, unless they don't like playing anything else except real Poker. Still, Kings Of Chicago is indeed a good game to play even for non-Poker players, with small wins coming in frequently, and with the occasional big wins once in awhile. Needless to say, trying to get that Royal Flush hand can be a very daunting task indeed, just as hard as getting a 5-Wilds or 5-Scatters win, but the possibility is always there for the taking.

I've played Kings Of Chicago on irregular basis, simply because it isn't one of my favourite games, but the truth is that I have not won anything significant from it. Not a single withdrawable win on the game so far, so I didn't and don't want to play so much on it, not even now. However, for other players, some may love it, others may not, but I personally found the payouts as not interesting enough for me. I had given up on playing Poker before, so perhaps this had a profound effect on me, who knows.
raverbabe 559 reviews
United Kingdom
Reviewed on August 8, 2016


I'll bet this game was real tricky to work out the odds for! Kings of Chicago appealed to me immediately because of it's obvious Poker influences, which is a game I have probably spent way too much of my life playing already and will likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future!

In slot terms this game has five paylines, but to understand it you really need to think of it as five hands - the top, middle and bottom rows of course, as well as two additional triangle shaped lines pointing from top to bottom and bottom to top. It's best to think of the "line" this way so that it is clear your cards do not have to be in any particular order to score a win - as long as you have three aces anywhere on the "line" you win the prize for three of a kind, so it's very different to most slots. Scatters also work differently in this game too, they are randomly assigned to any card in the deck before each game round, but of course you do not need all of these in the same hand in order to score a scatter win. If you beat the large odds and are dealt all five scatters on the same game round you'll be rewarded with a chunky payoff of 500x your bet as well as 30 free spins (or "deals", as the game calls them).

All hands from three of a kind up to a royal flush award a win, with a maximum possible payout of 4,000x your stake for a natural royal flush - just the same as you would expect from many Video Poker games, or certainly regular Jacks or Better definitely pays this amount. It's worth considering though, the odds in this game will be comparable at best - most likely far worse, than that offered by a Video Poker game. Just because the game has the same maximum payout in terms of multiple of your stake, that doesn't mean the RTP of this slot based game is anywhere close to that of a Jacks or Better machine. Note the word "natural" before Royal Flush too, because this game includes a single joker on the deck too, and a royal flush containing a joker is worth a much less exciting 200x bet despite the fact it is still extremely rare.

It's difficult for me not to be excited about Kings of Chicago as it's really just so different to the vast majority of games out there, and I love the theme and the way it works. It just feels so well designed, even down to the way the cards are dealt on-screen with the final column being revealed one at a time to add to the suspense of knowing if you caught a hand or not. It's no replacement for Video Poker as far as high RTP gaming goes, but its hugely enjoyable and all poker fans will definitely enjoy trying this game out.
Inactive user
Reviewed on May 27, 2016


Kings of Chicago was released by NetEnt back in August 2011. I triggered 3 Scatter symbols on an active payline and I received 10 Free Deals. I ended up with a 'BIG WIN' and a 50 Euro cash prize. It was indeed a pleasant surprise seeing something different for a change. I have never played any similar slot before, I was never into poker either, but lately, I have become interested in playing poker.

This slot is such a refreshing game and it is not boring at all. I like it's theme and graphics, and the way how the card symbols come down onto the reels, just like a card dealer was dealing them. It looks unusual and so exciting. Its paytable is pretty nice, with a maximum win of 10,000 coins. Sounds are great too to me. All magic happens on the poker table itself, and you can see some guns and poker chips on the side of the table, belonging to these Chicago gang guys who came to play poker.

I triggered 10 Free Deals in my game before, but you can trigger up to 30 Free Deals, and all wins are multiplied x2. More Free Deals can be retriggered. A Joker card acts like a Wild symbol and substitutes for all symbols. Winning combinations with a Joker card are multiplied x2. Non-poker players may find it a little strange with things like 'Natural Royal Flush', 'Five of a kind', 'Straight Flush', 'Four of a kind' and 'Royal Flush' winning combinations.

During my play sessions, I had mostly combinations of 3-of-a-kinds, 2-of-a-kinds and a few 4-of-a-kinds. What I like pretty much is that 2 Scatter symbols could appear frequently on the reels, of which I had quite a number of these. All in all, this was a new experience for me and I will play this slot again in the future. I would also like to find out more about this game, to see what more could be behind it, because believe it or not, I have never seen this slot before.

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