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Slot machines with respins

What if you could get a second chance to win during your online slots gaming session? The respin feature makes that possible. This feature is available for example on the hits Ring of Odin by Play'n GO, Jack and the Beanstalk by NetEnt and Indian Ruby by Merkur. Below we give you a brief explanation of this feature so that you can start playing well armed.

What are respins?

A respin is a free spin of the reels on a slot machine that follows a spin. No wager is required for a respin, which means that the winning margin is higher than that of a regular paid spin. Often, such respins are used in conjunction with other bonus features, such as expanding wilds, multipliers, sticky symbols, and walking wilds.

Respin means something like new spins. It's sort of a second chance to make a profit. Thanks to this feature, you can repeat an unsuccessful reel spin for free and, with a bit of luck, still collect a prize. Modern slot machines often offer you this function to top or supplement a win with a respin.

This is how respins work

In principle, you can also think of respins as a mini free spins round. The spins are free and most of the time you only get one or a few respins. The exact process of a respin depends on the online slot. However, a specific symbol or combination of symbols usually triggers a respin. This is usually started automatically after the paid spin. Winnings will be credited to you like other prizes.

Number of respins

How many respins you are awarded depends on the slot machine. While there are a number of slots that stick closely to the original definition of respins and give you just one, there are also games that award multiple or unlimited respins. For example, with NetEnt's Starburst you get up to three respins if further expanding wild symbols appear with each spin.

Bigger profit margin

Any payouts you get from respins are generally higher than wins you get from a comparable symbol row on a regular spin. The reason is logical: a normal reel spin requires a bet, while the respin does not require you to make an additional bet. So you can achieve wins here that are comparable to a free spin.