Sevens and Bars Slots

Sevens-and-BarsSevens and Bars is a title that is themed around a classic topic, with both a 7 and a Bar symbol being typical examples of what the reels of a 3 reel game could show you. It also has a bit of a patriotic feel to it, mixing red, white and blue among its colors. The classic genre is well enough represented already, so it’s far from being unique, but it does bring along very good prizes, so let’s see what it has to offer.

This 3 reel Rival slot gets 1 payline, as you would expect, and without features of any kind, also as you would expect. You’re going to walk away a very happy man if the right combo comes along, the top jackpot being worth $12,500.

Features of Sevens and Bars

As a classic slot machine, it offers a small number of reels and paylines, and tries to keep things quite simple. That’s why you don’t find regular features in it, not even a wild. However, it does have some symbols that can give away prizes when you have all of them on the screen. It’s the three 7 symbols colored in Red, White and Blue, which will give you either 3x the win or 5x, the former requiring that they are randomly ordered, while the latter needs them to be in the order I mentioned them above.

Betting options and jackpots

As most classic slots do, Sevens and Bars gives you the option to choose how many coins you want to use on that one line that it provides. 1 to 3 coins can be selected, while denominations range from $0.01 to $5. Wagers will not go higher than $15, a typical amount for a 3 reel game.

Since the use of three coins can get you up to 2,500 coins, you should be able to win up to $12,500 in Sevens and Bars. The same combo gets you 1,500 coins if two coins are used, or 750 coins when only one coin is selected.

Design and symbols

The design is nothing special, and Rival has a number of much better looking titles in this category. There is an abstract background, blue and with lots of stars on it, and then there are 7s, diamonds and Bar symbols on the reels. It has three simple reels, with one payline on them. The paytable is on the left, well enough designed and adding to the game instead of taking away from it. Overall, a pleasant enough classic title, but that only makes it average.

Symbols: Game Logo (2,500 coins), Diamond (600 coins), Red Seven (300 coins), White Seven (240 coins), Blue Seven (180 coins), Red Triple Bar (120 coins), White Double Bar (90 coins) and Single Bar (15 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

If you’re a fan of the simpler slot machine experience, then it’s a game you shouldn’t miss, but otherwise you might as well go for something with bigger prizes and maybe even some features.

You will find Sevens and Bars at any online casino which chooses to use software from Rival, playable either for free or for real money.