Play in soccer–themed slots that feature famous Spanish soccer players like in The Top Trumps World Cup Stars or in another soccer-themed game called Slota-Bonita, a one-liner, classic machine.
Spain is awesome: It’s kinda like Italy, but just a bit busier. In Spain as in Italy, folks are passionate about food, football, fashion, politics and partying – not necessarily in that order. And while the Spanish might never have controlled an Empire on the order of the Greeks, Romans, French, British or Americans, the culture and history has fascinated internationally since at least the days of Queen Isabella and the conquistadors.
So, yes, Spain makes a good theme for slot machines, and the country has even added to the world’s casino with a game or two of their own as well.
Start with Spanish Eyes, we’d say. Romance is a keyword in the Spanish Eyes slot game, as the sexy señorita is the wild, bringing slightly kinky new meaning to the phrase “substitutes to make up winning combinations. She also pays out the jackpot, a whopping 10,000 coins. ¡Muy buena!
We love Pablo Picasslot, a 3D slot that’s humorous, high-paying and interesting – though admittedly, the Picasso in this slot game is actually ripping off (!) French (!!!) artist Marcel Duchamp. Between 1¢ and $10 may be wagered per payline across 20 ‘lines and things play out somewhat standardly – ecept for one interesting innovation. After every spin, a “frame” may appear somewhere on the reels, surrounding 1, 2, 4, 6 or 9 symbols on the reels. These – you guessed it – turn wild for some nice opportunities.
Plus, you know what they say about Mr. P.: No one ever called Pablo Picasso an…
None specifically devoted to the league per se, but you can bet that Team Spain football players line the reels of The Top Trumps World Cup Soccer Stars slot in what the Spanish call “football” and the Americans call “soccer.” Naturally, Spain is also prominent in the World Cup Heroes slots gams as well.
Blackjack is said to be the most widely played casino table game in the world – and it’s difficult to dispute that contention. Spanish blackjack has got to be one of the most popular variations (right up there with Pontoon) on the internationally-loved game.
Some of the rules remain the same: Player and dealer are each dealt two cards from standard playing cards (though the deck in Spanish blackjack is different; see below) with the object of the game to score as high a total score as possible without going over 21 (a.k.a. “busting”). Aces are worth 1 or 11 points, face cards are worth 10 and all other cards are scored by the value shown on their faces.
The primary difference in Spanish blackjack is that each standard deck – a “shoe” typically contains six to eight decks – does not include 10s. This added advantage to the dealer is offset in a few ways in Spanish blackjack. The dealer may stand on soft 17 depending on the rules of the casino. Standard Spanish blackjack rules further call for allowing doubling down after splits; extra splits of aces; tiebreakers on 21s or blackjacks going to the player; bonus payouts of five-, six- and seven-card hands; and payouts on hands of 6-7-8 and 7-7-7. Some online casinos even offer a progressive jackpot bonus on hands of three 7s.