777 Diamonds

This slot's low return to player percentage (94.0 percent) makes it less like a diamond in the rough and more like coal in your stocking.
777 Diamonds - MrSlotty - Gems and diamonds

777 Diamonds – This slot’s low return to player percentage (94.0 percent) makes it less like a diamond in the rough and more like coal in your stocking.

777 Diamonds RTP 94.0%

Slot functionSlot description
Slot Provider:MrSlotty
Slot date created:May 2014
Features:Configurable winlines, Free spins, Autoplay, Quickspin feature, Gamble feature
777 Diamonds themes:Gems and diamonds, 5-Reels
Available on:Mobile, Desktop
Win lines:25

777 Diamonds is the subject of this review.

Theme and plot of the story

777 Diamonds makes use of a few traditional slot symbols like as the Bar, the Cherry, and the Bell to create the sense of an old-fashioned one-armed bandit. The primary twist, on the other hand, is that everything is represented as valuable stones. The Cherries are ruby orbs on emerald stems, the bells are cut from yellow sapphires, and, of course there are plenty of actual diamonds on the reels too.

The topic adds a delicate touch to a well-known method of storytelling.

Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.

The visuals aren’t very impressive, as is typical of many basic one-armed bandit-inspired slots. The symbols are well designed, and the animations are simple yet effective.

A soft piano piece serves as the background music, which may be a touch low-energy for a time slot. Although it is rather soothing, the majority of individuals who play slots do so for the thrills, which this severely undercuts.

Instead of the high-speed flamboyant style of many slots, the overall impact is one of a relaxing lounge-type game.


777 Diamonds is a five-reel, three-row video slot that employs the conventional style. This game has a total of 25 winning lines.

After a successful spin, players may utilize the gamble option to double their winnings. In this game, players may choose whether to wager their gains on a quadruple-or-nothing bet on the suit of the following card, or on a double-or-nothing bet on the color of the next card, using the normal infinite deck of cards.

The gameplay is straightforward and rather basic. That may not be to everyone’s taste, but it puts it on an equal footing with the majority of the competition.

Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.

The Wild symbol may be used to replace any other symbol with the exception of the Bonus sign.

Three or more Bonus symbols appear on any one spin, and the player will be awarded with free spins. Three Bonus symbols provide the player with a single free spin, four bonus symbols award the player with three free spins, and five bonus symbols award the player with a maximum of ten free spins.

There are no extra benefits to be earned while playing this game.

Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance

Return to player for this game is 94.00 percent, which is much lower than our standard for average return of about 96 percent. 94 percent is just too pricey for us to suggest this slot, and it may be the reason for the slot’s relatively low overall popularity.

There was a wide variety of bets available on the site we tested, ranging from a minimum wager per spin of $0.01 to a maximum stake per spin of $25.00.

The volatility of this game is medium, which makes it a poor fit for our favorite slot machine methods, which we will discuss below. Our slot techniques are designed to provide the greatest amount of volatility feasible. Given the poor return on investment, there isn’t enough volatility to make this game appealing to us.


The low return on investment (RTP) is enough to make us avoid playing this slot.

Those who are prepared to spend the 6 percent per spin will find that the slot machine does not provide much bang for their cash. The design is straightforward, the bonuses are straightforward, and the volatility is average.

This one should be avoided at all costs.