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On the other hand, most players will be playing the pass bet, and in a live setting, it can be awkward to bet the “wrong way,” winning only when everyone else at the table is losing. If that’s going to bother you, then it’s best to stick to the pass line bet and sacrifice the tiny bit of edge the casino gets.
With 3 or more of the scatter symbols on the reels you’ll trigger the free spins bonus, which gives you 15 extra turns. Any prizes you get using the free spins will be tripled and the bonus can be retriggered to really give your winning total a boost.
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