Only one week from it's release, the Jokerizer slot has made one mystery Swede a very happy man/woman.
We actually have very little information about this big winner. Usually we get given name, when they played, when they started playing at the mobile casino (in this case Leo Vegas), but not this time.
The player has asked for anonymity, which leaves us with some guess work and a complete work of fiction. We know that he/she is swedish, we know the game, we know how much they won.
Well, that’s never stopped us talking about nothing before.
We’ve spoken about the Jokerizer slot before, in fact its one of our most recent new mobile slots. We like to keep track of the newest and best slots around as you never know when you’ll find a new favourite.
Jokerizer mobile slot is the first of the Yggdrasil Gaming mobile games that came out on Vera&John and are now being added to Leo Vegas mobile casino. If you are from any Scandinavian country you’ll recognise the joker symbol in the game, a stable in many classic slot machines in pubs around Sweden, Finland and Norway.
However, if you don’t happen to know much about the northern lands, that’s ok too, you will quickly come to understand the mechanics of the game.
If you read our Jokerizer mobile slot review, you’ll see we only gave it three stars. Now three stars isn’t bad, it means slightly above average and playable. The reason why it didn’t get more is simple – you need some seriously steady hands and deep breath to be able to keep playing this slot machine.
The only way our mystery swede won €28,000 was by betting high (we guess about €10 to €20 a spin) and by investing most of their wins inside the game. The way to win with Jokerizer is that when you do win in the base game you invest that money back into the game in the jokerizer mode. This mode has richer reels and better chances of hitting two or more jokers for bigger wins.
It’s not for everyone. You will need to go into this game chasing that one big win, so if your nerves are not made of steel, choose a lower volatility slot, like Microgaming’s recently released Tiger’s Eye.
The maximum you can bet on the Jokerizer is 20 in cash per spin. And we know that he/she won the total amount in one spin. That means that, worse case scenario, that was a minimum of 1,400 times their bet win.
The fact that the swede wants to remain anonymous implies this is a fairly decent sum in their books. To be fair, it would be a very decent sum in our books too.
So congratulations mystery winner. You may not want to join the limelight, but we are in envy of your nerves of steel that allowed you to play back your winnings into the game until that big jackpot win arrived to leave you sated and satisfied.Start Playing at Leo Vegas »