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The Paying Piano Club slot by Play'n Go takes us back to the swing music clubs of the 1920's. Not many have this theme although funnily enough their Swedish counterparts Elk Studios released The Grand Galore slot not long before this Play'n Go edition. It belongs in the 3-reeler feature games collection of this provider, alongside games such as Eye of the Kraken slot and Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay slot. Here we get the expected jazz piano chuntering away as we play and musicians on the reels over a bar background. So can this piano be paying our bankroll here or will it be a case of a bar-room brawl?
On the reels...
We get 3 reels of 3 rows each on The Paying Piano Club slot with stacked symbols. The 3-of-a-kind pays are Wild or Trombone 20x bet, Banjo 16x, Cello 8x, Drum 4x with four card values paying 2 down to 0.8x for a full line. You have a different musician on each reel as a the scatter and that's it. Actually, not quite as you will see four multipliers across the top of the reels of 2,3,5 and 10x. Any win involving the full stacked Lady Wild will randomly select one to be applied to the win. Like the Novomatic's Chicago slot feature.
Land the 3 Musicians for 5 free spins. Every scatter landing during the spins will add +1 multiplier to those values described above, no limit and add +1 spin each. So the values after 5 scatters for example would be 7,8,10 and 15x. You can win up to 5000x in this round and it seems easier to hit those stacked Wilds to trigger the multipliers, so it's quite fun although volatile.
The Paying Piano Club slot has a 96.25% RTP and if you don't get fed up with the music too quickly, can provide some profitable entertainment! There are often decent wins in the 20-60x range in the base game and the feature isn't too hard to land. This can go on quite a while and award many extra spins and those premium symbols with Wilds get very lucrative if the multiplier is there via the stacked Wild. yes, I would pay to return to this piano club, jazz or not...