In this game, the main wager, side wagers, and insurance are standard. There are no surprises there. However, the bonus wager can increase the rewards to a maximum of 1,000x. This utmost is dependent on the bonus level, as previously described. As soon as the actual round begins, all participants with a Bonus wager take part. It appears and operates like a compact slot machine. The grid always has 3 rows, but the number of reels or segments varies from 1 to 6 depending on the bonus level.
The bonus round consists of three "spins" during which multipliers may descend randomly to one of the segments. If a multiplier remains in one position, the number of rotations resets to three. This continues until no multipliers remain after three turns or until the entire board is filled.
If all three positions in a segment are filled, an additional multiplier is added on top. It raises the multipliers for that segment, thereby increasing the final payout. In addition, a random Star multiplier of up to 100x may be applied to an entire segment, but only at higher bonus levels.
The standard Mega Fire Blaze Blackjack game consists of two hands with a configuration of one-to-many. This means that there is no limit on the number of concurrent participants. All cards are shared among all participants. However, your decisions are distinct from those of others. You can choose whether to Hit, Stand, Double, or Split regardless of the actions of other players.
This applies to both hands, but technically they are identical. You may choose to play either or both – it makes little difference. The rules of the base game are reasonably typical for Las Vegas. This indicates that the dealer will always position on soft 17 or higher. You can double following a split, but you cannot divide again. In the event of a dealer Ace, insurance is also an option, but it's just as awful as usual.