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Genie’s Hi Lo Progressive
Get mesmerized by the Genie’s Eyes in Genie’s Hi-Lo Progressive!
Genie’s Hi Lo Progressive Jackpot Status Right Now: $1,277
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- Genie’s Hi Lo Progressive Jackpot History
Genie’s Hi Lo progressive is similar in many respects to a typical progressive jackpot slots game. However, it really is basically an upgraded variant of the all-time classic high-low card game. The operation of the game is really simple: you decide two things: will the next card be black or red, and will the next card be higher or lower than the present card. You can climb the ladder, and if you make the right calls 10 times, you've won the jackpot. The average jackpot win in this game is $11,864.
This Playtech favourite is a really easy game to play, because it's basically a high-low card game. Get ready to take your seats at the Genie's table, stare deeply into her eyes and try to guess whether the next card will be higher or lower, and if it will be red or black. It all begins once you have selected a card from the Genie. If you win, you can cash out, or you can continue playing and climb the ladder of success.
Once you've made the right calls 10 times – you have won the progressive jackpot in this fantastic game. Note that to win the jackpot, you should wager at the $5 level. The game is different to other card games where the odds change every time a card is withdrawn from the deck. Once a card is withdrawn in this game, it goes straight back into the deck – so the odds remain constant.
It is possible to win a jackpot in Genie's Hi Lo Progressive by playing with a smaller coin denomination, such as $0.50, $1 or $2, but they will be proportionally smaller payouts.
There have been many jackpot payouts with Genie’s Hi Lo progressive $5, including the following:
- $7,314 was hit on Saturday, 12 April 2014
- $14,251 was hit on Monday, 1 July 2013
- $17,156 was hit on Monday, 10 June 2013