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Are there any Irish jackpot slots?

Irish-themed slot games have slowly built momentum and become extremely popular additions to the slot gaming world. One of the earliest efforts was Rainbow Riches by Barcrest and this game has managed to survive amongst the onslaught of Megaways slots and still retains its popularity today – try Lady Godiva slot

Whilst the Irish themes of folklore and the luck of the Irish runs through all these games, some have chosen to break the monotony by introducing jackpots to the gameplay. Various jackpots including progressive ones can be won whilst you navigate through a world of fairies, pixies, and Leprechauns. 

Jack in a Pot Slot 

Red Tiger couldn’t resist entering the world of Irish-themed slots with Jack in a Pot and although the Irish folklore symbolism treads familiar ground here, the addition of jackpots adds some interest to the Irish theme. Jack in a Pot comes in a non-jackpot version as well and the RTP score can be as high as 98%, whilst the jackpot version has a maximum RTP of 95%. There are 3 jackpots up for grabs starting with Cash Pot which is the smallest, this is followed by the Daily Pot and the biggest of the 3 progressive jackpots is the Super Pot which can have a prize of over £100,000. 

Clover Rollover 2 Slot

Clover Rollover 2 from independent slot studio Eyecon adds the national symbol of Ireland which is the 3-leaf clover into the title of the game. This is, in fact, a follow-up to a slot that was released some 10 years ago so naturally, the graphics are sharper and more sophisticated. There are very few features to be triggered on the 5×3 reel platform. The 4-leaf clover is the symbol to look out for as enough of them can win you 10,000x your stake. There are no free spins because all the emphasis is on the huge potential wins offered in the base game and this includes the randomly triggered jackpots. There is the mini, maxi, and the biggest of all, the mega.

Leprechaun Goes to Hell 

If you fancy a break from the typical Irish folklore symbolism that is associated with Irish-themed slots, then you may want to give Leprechaun Goes to Hell a spin. This game has its tongue firmly in its cheek and here the Leprechaun of the title has been sent to hell, which just happens to be inhabited by a curvaceous she-devil Evilene. She also acts as a wild symbol along with the Leprechaun from the title. Three pot of gold scatter symbols set the reels ablaze and this signifies that the 10 free spins bonus round has been triggered. Play n Go has also added a jackpot bonus game to this wickedly fun slot. Four progressive jackpots can be won during the bonus round and for this to happen you need to continuously keep hitting winning combinations to raise the temperature of the thermometer indicator, the higher the temperature, the bigger the jackpot win.

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