The Queen of Diamonds
The Queen of Diamonds game is very popular in the Michigan Lottery. This is due to the nice classical music, the beautiful graphics and an extremely well tailored game. The two bonus rounds combine with the other features to make this one of the most enjoyed online instant games the Michigan Lottery has ever offered. The Queen of Diamonds was originally released on July 12th of 2016 as a part of the online games collection.
The first step is to click on the space bar or the Play button to start the round. The player can either click on the cards or click on the Reveal All button to see the round’s prizes. The Queen of Diamonds is a winning ticket and the prize is shown right on the ticket. If the player reveals a joker, they are taken directly into the Joker Bonus game. The player will win every single prize they reveal when turning over the cards. When three strike cards are showing, the game is over.
When the player reveals three Golden Cards with the upper right hand of the card showing a visible gold diamond, they are taken directly into the War Bonus game. This is a lot like the classic card game of war. When the player draws a card with a higher ranking than the Queen’s, they win the round. The top prize for the Queen of Diamonds game is $60,000. Each ticket offers different options in multiples of three. The prices for the tickets are $2, $1, $0.50, $0.10 and $0.05.
The chances of winning when three tickets are played is approximately three percent. This is about three times the price of the ticket. This means if the player has eighteen tickets for each round, the chances of having a minimum of one winner are 43 percent of all games played. The Michigan Lottery has established a Rules Page and a Game Page specifically for the Queen of Diamonds game. There is really no way to apply a strategy to increase the odds of winning this game.
The Queen of Diamonds game is based completely on the luck of the player on the day they decide to play. The player can try for a bigger win because they have control over the cost of the tickets and how many tickets they choose to play for each hand. Purchasing lower priced tickets or lowering the ticket count will slow down the play.