Irish Gold

They say the Irish are the luckiest people around so why not see if you can be just as lucky by giving this 3 reel classic slot game a try on your mobile phone! It is very easy to play and some very large cash payouts can be awarded.

The main attraction of this mobile slot game has to be the Wild Multiplier symbols and when these start to spin in and help to complete winning combinations then some massive payouts can be won, keep on reading to find out more.

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Game Features

This Irish Gold mobile slot is a three reel classical slot game.

The Irish Gold game is a slot on which you can play up to 5 lines per spin.

The Irish Gold slot game be played for various stakes as the coin values are as follows: 0.10, 0.25, 0.50 and 1.00


The Irish Gold mobile slot has a base game 5000 coin jackpot.

The second highest paying jackpot in play on the Irish Gold slot game is worth 4000 coins.

Be aware that the Wild Multiplier symbol can dramatically increase the values of the non-jackpot payouts!

Bonus Features

No bonus game is awarded on this slot game.

Reel Symbols

The Pot of Gold symbol is a Wild Multiplier, one of them will multiply any winning combination that it helps to complete by 5 times that wins normal values, and two of them will multiplier the wins normal values by 25!



This Irish Gold mobile slot has an above average return to player payout percentage.


The Irish Gold slot is by Play n Go Software, and is licensed by the Alderney Gaming Commission.

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