Fancy some online Pachinko? What about Mahjong?

March 8th, 2007

Click to visit for the latest casino ratings and reviewsSneakily filed under the game category “Asian Games” BetFred Casino (a top UK-owned and Netherlands Antilles licenced casino) offers great online Pachinko and Mahjong.

If you’re new to Pachinko, a Pachinko Machine is sort of a cross between a pinball machine and a video slot machine. Weird at first, but surprisingly fun.

Click to visit BetFred Casino to play PachinkoDolphin’s Paradise Pachinko
Balls continuously run through the machine – if a ball falls into the chucker at the bottom you win 4 balls and the reels spin. If you spin 2 numbers the same then the 3rd number (and if you win or not) is determined by one of 5 bizzare mini-games.

Our mini-game favourite is Dolphin Race – where two dolphins race a shark. Each of them carries a number. The number of the creature that crosses the finish line first is the number that will complete the win line.

If all three numbers on a win line match, the Open chute at the bottom of the machine opens to catch all balls. For each of the next 15 balls that are caught by the chute, you win 100 balls. …So a mini-game win amounts to 1500 balls.

Check out the HELP section (game screen bottom right) for more details before you play!

Click to visit BetFred Casino to play MahjongIf, like me, you’ve always wanted to learn to play Mahjong, BetFred Casino offers you the choice of 2 levels of play, Solo Mahjong, or Solo Mahjong Pro. Both games can be played under either WMF or Japanese rules.



Click to visit the BetFred Playtech based casinoCheck these Asian Games out at BetFred Casino today! All games can be played for free (once you register) or for real money (Sorry no US real money players).

>>For more info on BetFred Casino (like, payment options, licencing, payout percentages and what’s hot and not) read our latest review. 

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