Main bets in The Greatest Cards Show always pay 40x. Unless a bonus round kicks off, that’s what you’ll get, no matter which card you bet on.
The Greatest Cards Show bonus games are much more volatile, though. They’re ruled by RNG, too, so there’s no real way for you to improve winnings on purpose. The Spotlight and Light Show games pay up to 2,000x and 5,000x, respectively.
The Joker is much more complicated, though. If you participate in the round you’re pretty much guaranteed a win. However, if your card suit loses both juggling duels, you might win as little as 20x.
That said, if the pointer lands on the Joker twice or more in a row, all payouts from the Joker game are increased. There is technically no limit to how many times this can happen in a row, which means that the maximum payout in The Greatest Cards Show is enormous.
THE GREATEST CARDS SHOW (PLAYTECH): CASINO BLOKE’S VERDICT
As a casino game, The Greatest Cards Show is certainly interesting. We always welcome fresh ideas, but there’s something about it that feels unfinished. When it comes down to it, The Greatest Cards Show plays like roulette with less RTP and a few flashy quirks.
We don’t want to knock Playtech’s effort too much, though. We’re still looking at a unique, well-made product that can keep you entertained for hours on end. We doubt it will be a threat to titans of the genre like Crazy Time, though.