Try This Online Pokie With 600,000 Coins

Added: October 15, 2015

That is correct. That headline is not a typo. Not at all. You see, there is an online pokie out there that specifically caters to the Aussie online pokie fan. The online pokie fan who envisions winning one of the massive progressive jackpots that could suddenly deliver a life changing amount of money.

You can this right now over at an online pokie named High Society. A quick look around and you will understand why this online pokie carries that name. High Society is all about those who are referred to as the super rich. Think private jet travel, yachts, limousine, gold bars, money bags, diamond rings and high dollar watches. You will find all those symbols along with a few more on the reels. As you might well expect from an online pokie with this sort of name, the Scatter symbol is of course the currency note. Be on the lookout for the currency note symbol. All you have to do is trigger two or more of these currency notes and you are awarded scatter payouts.

As far as the gameplay goes, note that High Society is in fact a standard five reel format with three rows. High Society is set up so that there are 25 possible paylines for you. More importantly, when playing High Society you have complete control of the size of your wager. In other words you can choose the coin size, anywhere from 0.01 all the way up to 0.10.

At the same time, you have the option of wagering up to 20 coins per payline. That means the size of your maximum bet is 50 credits. One way to think about that is to note that with this sort of fine control on the amount of each wager, High Society can appeal to just about all online pokie fans. From the average online pokie player to those referred to as ‘high rollers’, the size of the wager can be adjusted to match.

Now all of that being said, one thing you want to be clear on is that High Society does not have a progressive jackpot. Instead, High Society provides fixed jackpots of impressive sizes. The way this works is through the payout table. Basically the payout table automatically adjusts to the betting parameters that were selected at the time of the wager. Then the total payouts are displayed. (Note this in contrast to the method used by some online pokies where the payouts per coin are displayed).

Does the above sound the sort of online pokie where you would like to take a spin? If so, head over to High Society today.