Diamond Mine is a very simple land-based imitation slot machine without any extra function. It uses the same old symbols like diamond, bars, sevens and $ figure serves as the most rewarding emblem and presents the top prize of 2500 coins if 3 of them land on the payline. To have a chance for this Jackpot, players need to use 3 coins for stake instead of playing just one or 2 coins and the stake value can be $0.15 up to $15. Diamond is the only symbols what enough if just one pops in to double the bet which is fortunately quite often happens.
Normally, I’m not a fan of these slots where have to exchange money to credits and of course these products are designed to force lazy players to play with max. bet. At these machines I have to push buttons 3 times each and every time before spins if I want to play 2 chips and starting from my example it’s just a question of time when player decide to use ‘3 credits’ option to speed up the game session and make it simpler at the same time.
At Diamond Mine (and it’s especially true for Deluxe) the two best symbols are very hard to come with two same mates along but the lower paying figures very often show themselves and cause a win so relative small bankroll can be last for very long time. My successes on it have been ambiguous as there were times when I quickly gave up and changed slot because the winning formula just didn’t come, other times lots of 7’s and 1-2 triple diamonds could surprise me and gave nice returns but generally can be said it’s a decent, simple 3-reel slot with acceptable payout percentage quality.