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Slot Review - Vivaldi's Seasons - Land Based Slot By IGT

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    Slot Review - Vivaldi's Seasons Land Based Slot By IGT

    By Christina Applebaum


    One of my favorite slots to play at land based casinos is a 5x3 reel slot with 10 to 40 paylines depending on which you select called Vivaldi's Seasons. The creators of Vivaldi's Seasons are IGT.The name comes from the fact that some of Vivaldi's most popular music compositions are played and the symbols reflect the four different seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The seasons are represented by four different women and the other symbols are Tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings, Aces and a stacked Wild which is the Vivaldi's Seasons symbol.

    Winning combinations can be made on Vivaldi's Seasons with as little as two of the symbols for Spring or Winter, (the highest paying symbols apart from the wild symbol) or three or more of any of the other symbols on winning paylines. The wild substitutes for all symbols except the Free Games symbol.

    Features

    Vivaldi's Seasons slot game has ITG's patented "Super Stacking" feature and allows for some big payouts as well as exciting game play.

    Bonus Round

    The bonus round is a Free Games feature and is activated by getting nine Free Games symbols on the three middle reels, this awards you seven Free Games. When you get the nine Free Games symbols you select one before the Free games start, this awards you your super stack symbol and will match the selected symbol during the Free Games. A full stack is guaranteed with each free spin.

    Vivaldi's Seasons can be played for as little as one cent but has denomination choices up to one dollar. Maximum bet is 2,000 coins.

    Here are a few pictures I took on my phone the last time I was at the casino.

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