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Karate Pig: Play it well and get a share of $2,000
$2,000 Karate Pig tournament at All Slots

On Wednesday through to Friday this week there's a 3-day survivor tournament on Karate Pig at All Slots Casino. It costs just $8 to enter and it's a multiple round knockout event, with 85% of the players going through to Day 2 and 70% of those players going through to Day 3.

With a $2,000 prize pool to be shared out among to the top players it's well worth a visit - although this new slot is worth checking out in its own right, too:

Karate Pig is a stunning-looking new slot from Microgaming, with 40 paylines and a fabulous one-on-one fight in its bonus round to give you endless thrills and spills as you spin to become master of the dojo. 

The first thing that hits you about this game is its symbols: Instead of resorting to the traditional poker symbols, the designers have come up with some very contemporary-looking characters including a traditional lucky Chinese cat, a Buddha symbol, a stylish bonsai tree and various other cast members including the Karate Pig himself. There’s a great mix here of traditional slot-style cartoon influences and minimalist, Oriental, primary coloured artwork that ought not to work together, but somehow it really does which is to Microgaming’s credit. For such a frivolous-sounding slot, it looks fantastic.

The base game offers stacked wilds, which you’d normally have to trigger a new set of reels to enjoy, and they can land on any of the 5 reels. It’s easy to build up lots of small wins at this stage, so it’s a good point to start really building your bankroll.

The free spins feature is triggered by landing a gold coin no reels 1 and 5, and you’ll get 15 plays with a double multiplier. The stacked wilds are, of course, in play at this point and can theoretically cover all 5 reels for a maximum payout. 

Don’t, however, walk away without playing the Karate Bonus Game: This is why you play this slot and you’ll be asked to choose either the Pork Chop Bonus Game or the Hammer Bonus Game. It may sound corny, but who cares? It’s great fun:

Both games ask to make 6 selections, awarding you karate belts gong up in seniority. Collect 7 of them and you enter the Final Showdown Bonus Game, with a fight against a fellow martial artist in 3 rounds. 

Entry to this tournament is easy:
  1. Firstly, join up or log in at All Slots Casino. You'll need the download version as the tournaments don't appear on the instant play version - and you'll get a 100% welcome bonus worth up to $500

  2. Then visit the tournament page and follow the instructions to join; pay your $8 entry fee and you're away 

  3. All Slots will monitor your progress through the 3 days and contact you if you've won any cash
If you want to show the world that you're a true hardcore pokie expert, then this is the kind of event you'll need to enter into: steel yourself and prepare for battle!
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