Play Sopranos Slot with Stolen Goods

Posted on March 23, 2014

sopranos slotsOne of the bonus rounds on this slot machine is known as the stolen goods round and from a bunch of containers containing stolen goods; you can keep one for yourself. When you play Sopranos slot and trigger this bonus round you are shown the containers and can choose which one you want for yourself. If though, you are not happy with the choice you made, you will be given two opportunities to swap it.

Ranks
The stolen goods round is not the only bonus round on this slot machine but is the only one triggered by three or more stolen goods symbols. There are four other bonus rounds and these are all triggered by at least three of the Sopranos logo symbols. Which of these four bonus rounds you play, will be dependant on your rank at the time that it is triggered.

This slot machine is themed on the fictional TV crime family and the slot machine has the same ranks as that. There is soldier, capo, boss and family and starting as soldier, you play 3 bonus rounds in that rank before being promoted to capo for the 4th time you trigger the bonus round. Having then played three bonus rounds as capo, you will be promoted to boss in order to play the 7th. It is for the 10th time that you trigger the bonus round that you will be promoted to family.

Bonus Rounds
Although each of these ranked bonus rounds are different, they all present potential for some good wins. The soldier rounds have 25 free spins and whilst you are playing these free spins, you can further increase the free spins by 5. The capo round has 20 free spins but these are linked to a multiplier of 2, which during the playing of the free rounds, can be increased to a multiplier of 5. The boss bonus rounds only have 10 free spins but between 2 and 5 extra wilds would have been added to the reels before the spins start. As family, the round contains 10 free spins but this time, many of the symbols would have been taken from the reels.

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