Golden Nugget

Golden Nugget

Scrooge Megaways Slot

Scrooge Megaways Slot  Introduction

Scrooge Megaways by iSoftBet is a medium/high volatility Christmas slot, and it plays out on six reels with up to 117649 ways to win. It has the Megaways mechanics, meaning the number of symbols on each reel changes with each spin. In Scrooge Megaways, you need to squeeze some festive cash from fiction infamous miser as you aim for the cascading reel wins and Scrooge Cash Re-spins feature with Multipliers, and you’ll have 117649 Megaways in play and bet levels of between 0.20 to 20.00 per spin.

Scrooge Megaways Bonus Features

The top of the features list in Scrooge Megaways is the Streak Re-Spins Bonus. You must land 5 or more scatters anywhere on the reels to trigger this feature. You then get 3 Re-Spins with triggering scatter symbols locking in position. Land another scatter symbol, and it too locks into place, and your Re-Spins reset to 3. The scatter symbols come with a stake Multiplier value. You also need to look out for the Past, Present and Future symbols because when they appear during the Re-spins, you get rewarded with associated prizes of 1x, 25 or 50x your total stake, respectively.

There is also a Cascading Wins feature where successful symbols get blasted off the reels, and new characters drop down to help form winning combinations. Finally, true to the Scrooge spirit, there’s the Haunting of Christmas features. During this feature, the Haunting of Christmas features trigger randomly on any spin and award on of the following:

  • Max Megaways feature- you receive a spin on the maximum 117649 Megaways

  • Bonus Awards feature- Here, extra scatter symbols get added, boosting your chances of triggering the Scrooge Cash Re-Spin feature.


Scrooge Megaways is superbly done and brings the story to life perfectly. The key to winning big in Scrooge Megaways is by triggering the feature with the highest number of Megaways and Multipliers, which takes an average of 158 spins.

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Doyle Brunson

Doyle Brunson  Born on August 10th 1933, in Longworth, Fisher County, Texas, Doyle F Brunson, aka Texas Dolly (perhaps an unlikely name for man resembling a cowboy!), was the son of John Willis Brunson and Leona Brunson. He was a professional poker player for more than 50 years before retiring with his fearsome reputation intact.

Doyle won the World Series of Poker (WSOP) twice in his career and was one of the first poker players to win $1 million in a tournament. Additionally, he has written numerous books about poker, to clue players into how to improve their game, and is a member of the Poker Hall of Fame.

Early Childhood

As a keen basketball player, Brunson dreamed of playing in the NBA. Sadly, a knee injury wrecked his dreams of becoming a professional basketball player, so he instead obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in administrative education.¬† During his studies downtime he became noteably skilled at five-card-draw poker.

Fast forward to graduation, and he worked as a salesman for a business machine company. He played seven-card-stud poker on his first day and won a month’s salary. The decision was made. He left the Company shortly after to become a professional poker player. It’s a very different trajectory to many of today’s poker greats, because these were ‘wild west’ type pre-internet times. Nowadays many novice and profession players alike cut their poker¬† teeth and hone their skills online. Sites like Online Casino Bluebook casino reviews ensure that you play at a trusted site with top bonuses , a significant player base and many other games available (roulette, slots etc).

Brunson’s Poker Career

Brunson and a friend named Dwayne Hamilton began playing poker at various illegal venues in Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma, usually run by criminals, or at least shall we say undesirables, some who were members of organised crime syndicates.

Eventually, Hamilton moved back to Fort Worth, but Brunson knew he was onto a good thing and had the talent to forge ahead so continued to gamble and eventually moved to Las Vegas. The decision unltimately turned out to be the best he ever made, as in his career he won 10 World Series of Poker bracelets.

Involvement of the entire family

Not satisfied with letting his own ability do the talking, he also coached his son Todd, who won a World Series of Poker bracelet in 2005 along with his father, a proud moment for both. He has a daughter, Pamela, who played in both 2007 and 2009. Brunson had turned his passion and career into a real family affair.

What happened to him?

Doyle Brunson announced on June 11 2018, that he would be retiring that summer to spend more time with his wife who was very sick. He had given so much to the world of poker over the course of decades and will go down as one of the poker greats.