Plenty O' Fortune
Absorb some of the famous Irish luck and play for prizes worth 500x your bet with Plenty O' Fortune. Designed by Playtech and shining as brightly as the Emerald Isle on our Irish-inspired interface, this video slot is one that offers just as much of the craic as it does prize money.
Plenty O' Fortune Game Info
- Play from as little as £0.01
- Enjoy three bonus rounds
- 20 winlines and jackpots topping 500x
- Software Provider: Playtech
How to Play Plenty O' Fortune
To make the little leprechaun at the side of the reels drink and drink and spin the reels, you'll need to fill his pockets with at least £0.01. For that price you'll get to spin a single winline at the lowest coin size. However, if you want to improve your chances of banking a win, there are as many as 20 winlines you can activate. Moreover, with coin sizes scaling up to £50, you can end up spending a whopping £1,000 per spin if you so desire.
Naturally, the more you ply the leprechaun with cash, the more ways you'll have to win. Whether that's a fixed prize ranging from 5x your line bet to 500x or it's one of the following bonuses, Plenty O' Fortune really does have plenty of money-making opportunities:
Plenty O' Coins: Roll in three leprechauns on reels 2, 3 and 4 to unlock 12 free spins with special coins added to the game in order to give you more ways to bank a prize.
Wishing Well Bonus: Three wells anywhere in the main game will start a bonus game where the leprechaun has to scoop up an avalanche of coins. The more wells you roll in and the more he collects, the bigger your prize will be.
End of the Rainbow: If you can make it to the end of the rainbow by rolling in three pots of gold, you'll win a huge prize. Depending on how many steps you take across the coloured path, you could be in for a win worth thousands.
When you play Plenty O' Fortune here at Paddy Power Casino, you don't need a lucky clover to win. No, if you want to unlock the leprechaun's riches, all you need is a few pennies and a little bit of patience.
Suggested Games: If Plenty O' Fortune doesn't look like it's got the craic for you, why not try Land of Gold instead?