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Long before the Kanye West song, the concept of the gold digger was the central theme of How to Marry a Millionaire, the 1953 film directed by Jean Negulesco. The film featured new innovations in cinematic technology, but it is best remembered for its cast. Betty Grable and Lauren Bacall provided plenty of star power, but Marilyn Monroe was the most publicized lead, and this proved to be one of her most successful films both critically and commercially.

That’s why this film – more than 60 years old – is still a solid basis for a new slot machine. How to Marry a Millionaire by IGT is a game that is really shooting for an elegant, classic slots feel, right down to the basic three-reel gameplay that is reminiscent of the kinds of games players may have enjoyed when Monroe was in the prime of her career.

The Seven Line Itch

The How to Marry a Millionaire video slot is one of the latest releases from IGT, and is based loosely on the popular Triple Double Diamond game. The cabinet is a tall machine that works perfectly for this theme, as it leaves plenty of room for an image of Marilyn Monroe standing in a stunning purple dress right next to a list of the progressive jackpot sizes. This machine is currently only offered in live casinos, so there are no play for free editions of this machine to be found at online casinos at this time. We’ve seen this offered at the $0.25 denomination, but since players can bet many coins, it’s possible that you could even classify some versions of this machine as high limit slots.

There are two configurations available for this machine. Both feature three reels, but there is a version that use just one payline and another that offers seven paylines. We’re much more familiar with the seven-live configuration, so that’s the one we’ll be talking about more here. Players must bet at least one coin per line, and can also bet additional coins to make themselves eligible for the progressive jackpot bonus.

The basic concept of this game is very simple: make matches of identical symbols across your active paylines, and receive prizes in return. The symbols are mostly ones that classic slots fans will be familiar with: bars, cherries, sevens, and so on. There are also wild symbols that not only acts as a substitute, but can also provide a 2x or 3x multiplier on your winnings.

A Girl’s Best Friend

There are two different types of special features on this machine that gamblers need to be aware of. The first and more frequent feature is the bonus wheel, which appears at the top of the cabinet far above the main play area. You’ll trigger this whenever you make a three-of-a-kind bonus symbol match on any payline. The multiplier wilds can be a part of these paylines as well, with your multipliers carrying over to the bonus round; this also means it’s possible to trigger the bonus game more than once on a single spin.

Each time you spin the wheel, you’ll either earn a number of instant credits – up to 1,000 coins – or 10 free spins. In the case of an instant win, the multiplier will be applied to that amount, while if you earn the free spins instead, you’ll get the multiplier for all of your winning lines during the feature.

This game also includes a progressive jackpot feature that can be triggered at any time. In order to get into this game, you’ll need to land a total of four or more diamonds on the screen at once. These diamonds are overlaid on certain symbols, and do not impact normal gameplay. Of course, you’ll also have needed to make the extra progressive bet in order to be eligible for these awards. There are six different jackpots on offer, ranging in value from about $10 at the low end up to $1,000 or more for the top prize.

A True Classic

There’s no doubt that Marilyn Monroe is an American classic, and the How to Marry a Millionaire video slot does its best to live up to that reputation. The game definitely has an old-time Hollywood feel, from the clips that play during the special features to the spotlight that lights up the wheel during the bonus game. This isn’t a game for action junkies: it is a three-reel game after all, which means there aren’t too many paylines. But with frequent bonuses and lots of potential multipliers adding some volatility, there’s plenty to like about this machine, and we think fans of Marilyn will find it to be a fitting tribute to her legendary career.

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