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Marilyn Monroe Stars in New Playtech Slot

Marilyn Monroe, a movie star and sex symbol of the 1950s, has been the subject of Elton John’s smash hit song “Candle in the Wind,” was a muse to Andy Warhol and has been the topic of numerous books and movies. It seems only natural that she should star in her own video slot game and Playtech has now given her the chance.

The 5-reel 20 payline video slot game icons are all focused on Monroe’s life. Iconic pictures of Monroe, including a full length image of her in her infamous white dress, are featured as wild symbols and stack wild symbols. Other symbols include a 1950s magazine cover with a picture of Monroe, her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and neon pink poker symbols. The slot game features great animations and still images of the temptress when winning combinations are completed.

To make the game even more appealing there is a fantastic free spins bonus. Players initially get 10 free spins with a 2X multiplier and then have the chance to win an additional 35 more free spins with up to a 10X multiplier. These can be retriggered and can add up to some huge cash winnings.

Slot players who love Playtech games will be thrilled by this Monroe-inspired game. Playtech wanted to make sure that Monroe fans with all budgets can enjoy this game so the wagering options are very flexible. Betting begins as low as 1 cent but high rollers can wager up to $1000 per spin.

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