This slot has a structure of 5 x 3 reels and it has been equipped with 25 paylines; its wild symbol works only as a substitute for regular symbols, but during the free spins round, this has also the ability to expand throughout the reel. Certainly the round of free spins is an interesting feature in theory, because in addition to the expandable wild already mentioned, the player can choose between 3 different rounds that offer 14, 10 or 7 free spins with different multipliers, and during which the soloist you choose, it will replace symbols of the other two remaining musicians during all the spins, providing a better opportunity to get some big wins.
In practice, during the base game we have to deal with a rather weak paytable and we really depend too much on the round of free spins in order to sustain our balance for a longer time, so that when they take us so long to get our free rounds, then practically this marks a not very promising destination for us thereafter.
The best gains obtained during a full round of free spins I can remember, they have been about 34x my total bet, however, all other free rounds I could play today, let me less than 20x my total bet in gains, a value that would be relatively suitable if the base game was successful enough, but in slots like this, we always expect to get big wins during bonus or free spins rounds to justify all our risk and effort.
Some time ago I wanted to try luck in “The Jazz Club” slot and today as in those days, I again note that this is not exactly a generous game, and sadly, I can only see this game as another slot manufactured by Playtech, in other words, just an average slot.