Journey back to the glory of the Renaissance with Da Vinci Dual Play and you could soon be enjoying all the wealth and splendour of a Medici.
The Tumbling Reels feature gives you the chance to claim regular consecutive wins as winning symbols will disappear once they have paid out, leaving space for new symbols to fall into place and deliver further wins.
This game's Free Spins Bonus is particularly lucrative as it can be re-triggered multiple times, up to a maximum of 300 free spins per bonus round.
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The bet sizes available in Da Vinci Diamonds: Dual Play range from 40p to £20.
Betting in this game is fixed at 40 paylines.
Tumbling Reels and Tumble Thru Features
Landing any paytable-defined symbol combinations will trigger the Tumbling Reels feature during the base and bonus games.
All winning symbol combinations will then be evaluated and the winnings added to the win meter.
All symbols in the winning combinations will then disappear, allowing the empty symbol positions on each reel to be filled as symbols tumble down from above in sequence.
The Tumble Thru feature sees symbols from the top game tumble down to fill all of the empty spaces in the bottom game.
The game screen will then be re-evaluated for winning combinations and the values are added to the win meter.
Extra Paylines Free Spins Bonus
Landing three Bonus symbols on a payline will trigger the Extra Paylines Free Spins Bonus. Triggering this bonus will award you an initial six free spins.
The bonus will offer you 20 more ways to win with 20 extra paylines that cross over between the top and bottom games.
Additional Wild symbols will be added to the bonus reels, making them much richer.
You can re-trigger this bonus and earn an additional six free spins by landing three Bonus symbols on any of the 60 paylines.
There is a maximum of 300 free spins per bonus round.
Your bet line in the bonus will be the same as it was on the reel spin that triggered the bonus.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 95.27%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.27 of wins.