Everygame Poker, 10 Free Spins on New Charms & Treasures

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April 28, 2022 (Press Release) – Everygame Poker has just added Betsoft’s new Charms & Treasures slot game to its growing casino games section. Charms and Treasures is an Irish-themed game with new Colossal Symbols and high paying Rainbow Wilds.

This weekend, all active players can take ten free spins on the new game – and win up to $250.

As cheerful Irish music plays in the background, a mischievous leprechaun leads players to pots of gold in this rollicking game.  Scatters can trigger eight free spins. During free spins, the middle three reels combine to form one large reel with Colossal Symbols. Colossal Symbols are the equivalent of nine matching symbols.

Players can simply buy free spins to take advantage of their special features without hitting Scatters.

Rainbow Wilds pay as much as the highest value symbol and can even appear as a Colossal Symbol.

Magical charms spin on this game’s five reels. There are 50 paylines. Players can win up to 1862X their bet.

April 28-30, all players that have made at least one deposit can take ten free spins on the new Charms and Treasures. These will be automatically credited when logging on to the game.

Everygame Poker hosts busy poker tables on the Horizon Poker Network and offers slots and table games from four games providers in its casino games section. The next new game, coming May 18th, will be Supreme 777 Jackpots, an exciting multi-hand Blackjack where players can play up to three hands simultaneously. Side bets can win any or three jackpots.

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Peter McCullough, is our online poker/sports betting and slot review writer. He has been with us since we rebranded from Casino Scam Report to Casino Players Report, Peter continues to focus on the online poker, sports betting, and slots industry news.


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