Dragon Master

Dragon Master

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Dragon Master is a five-reel, twenty-paylines slot game with a ‘free games’ feature. The free games feature is awarded when 3 or more Scattered Orb symbols appear anywhere. All prizes are doubled during free games and the free games feature can re-trigger when 3 or more Scattered Orb symbols appear anywhere. Dragon Slayer substitutes for all other symbols except Scattered Orb. Prize is doubled if one or more Dragon Slayer substitutes in a winning combination.

Game information:
The minimum bet amount is $0.01 USD and the maximum bet amount is $500 USD.
You can bet on up to twenty lines. The paylines are shown under the Paylines section located on the Paytable (Help) screen.

How to play:

Setting 'LINES': Twenty lines are selected by default. You can decrease or increase the number of lines by clicking on the ’+’ or ‘-‘ buttons available under the 'LINES' indicator on the game screen respectively. Selected lines are lit, and unselected lines are not lit. You can also select/deselect Lines by clicking on desired line number at the end of lines.

Max Lines: To play with 20 lines, click on 'MAX ' under ’LINES’. If your game balance is not sufficient, this option is disabled.

Setting 'BETS': When you enter the game, a default bet of $0.1 per line is set for all 20 lines, resulting in a total bet of $2.00. You can choose to increase or decrease the bet per line by clicking the ’+’ or ‘-‘ buttons available under the 'BET' indicator. If your game balance is less than $2.00, the system will automatically adjust the bet to the next highest possible amount.

Max Bet: To play with $25.00 bet per line, click on 'MAX’ under ‘BET'. If your game balance is not sufficient, this option is disabled.
The number of selected lines is multiplied by the 'bet per line', and the total bet amount is displayed in the 'TOTAL BET' meter, which is located at the bottom center of the game screen.

'RULES': The game rules can be viewed by clicking on the 'PAYTABLE' button on the bottom left of the screen, then ‘RULES’ button on ‘PAY TABLE’ screen. You can go back to the game by clicking on the 'GAME' button on the 'RULES' screen.

'PAYTABLE': The 'PAYTABLE' can be viewed by clicking on the 'PAYTABLE' button located on the game rules screen. To calculate the payout amount, multiply the respective prize with the bet per line. Note that to calculate the payout for scatter symbols, multiply the respective prize with the total bet. You can go back to the game by clicking on the 'GAME' button.

Spin: After the reels stop spinning, any winning combinations on the selected lines, or any scatter wins, will be paid according to the paytable.

Result: Any wins are indicated by their paylines highlighted and symbols animating, in case of scatter wins, scatter symbols are animated. The total win amount is shown at the bottom of the reels as a message and PAID meter is updated with winning amount. The individual line wins are shown at the right end or left end of each winning line.

Repeat Bet/Change Bet: If you have already bet, the settings selected will be automatically carried over to the subsequent spin. Simply click on 'SPIN' to play with the same bet again. To change your bet, use the ’+’ or ‘-‘ buttons under the 'BET' or 'LINES' indicators as explained above.

Credits: Your remaining game balance, after you have placed the desired bet, is shown in 'CREDIT' meter.
Your current game balance is the sum of the amounts displayed in the 'CREDIT' meter and the 'TOTAL BET' meter.

'AUTOSPIN': You can make use of this feature to choose amongst the various options for 'hands free' game play. Options available under this feature are:
Number of spins: The game will automatically spin for the number of spins selected from the drop-down menu.
Spin till win is equal to or exceeds: The game will automatically spin until the win amount is equal to or exceeds the amount selected from the drop down menu.
Spin till any win: The game will automatically spin until the next win.
Spin till feature trigger or bonus round: The game will automatically spin until the next feature or bonus round is triggered.
Spin till my balance exceeds: The game will automatically spin until the game balance is greater than or equal to the amount entered. Note that 'game balance' implies the sum of the amounts given in 'CREDIT' meter and 'TOTAL BET' meter.
Spin till my balance falls below: The game will automatically spin until the game balance is less than or equal to the amount entered. Note that 'Game balance' implies the sum of amounts given in 'CREDIT' meter and 'TOTAL BET' meter.
Play faster: This option lets you play faster than usual by reducing the break time. You must choose at least one of the other available Auto Spin options before selecting 'Play Faster'.
To make use of the autospin feature, click on the 'AUTO SPIN' button in the bottom left of the game screen. When the autospin window opens, check the boxes next to the option(s) you'd like to play with. Select from the drop-down menu where applicable. Click on 'START' to activate the selected options and start the spins. Click on 'CANCEL' to return to the game screen.
You can deactivate 'AUTO SPIN' by clicking on the 'STOP SPIN' button. If spin is in progress, 'AUTO SPIN' will be stopped after completing the current spin. Otherwise 'AUTO SPIN' is stopped immediately.
When playing with multiple 'AUTO SPIN' options, the condition that is satisfied first will take precedence over the others, and the remaining selected conditions will be ignored. You can then choose to either select the same set of options again, or choose new option(s), and proceed with the 'AUTO SPIN'.
Please note: The 'AUTOSPIN’ option is not available in play money mode.
Click on 'GAME LOGS' to view the logs of the games you've played.
Click on 'REBUY' to buy more credits into the game from your PartyAccount.
Click on 'EXIT GAME' to leave the game and return to the Lobby.
The game rules are identical in both real money and play money modes.

Game rules:

Play 1 to 20 lines
Payouts are made according to the Paytable
Payline wins are multiplied by the amount staked per payline
Scatter wins are multiplied by the total amount staked
Scatter wins are added to payline wins
Highest win only on each selected payline
Coinciding wins on different paylines are added
All wins appear on selected lines except Scattered Orb which pay anywhere
All symbols pay Left to Right except Scattered Orb which pay anywhere
Dragon Slayer substitutes for all other symbols except Scattered Orb
Prize is doubled if one or more Dragon Slayer substitutes in a winning combination

Free Games Feature
A Free Games Feature is awarded when 3 or more Scattered Orb symbols appear anywhere
10 Free Games are awarded, during which all prizes are doubled
During the Free Games, a Dragon would randomly fly across the reels and randomly change symbols into wild Dragon Slayer, which substitutes for all other symbols except the Scattered Orb
Free games feature can be triggered again during the Free Games when 3 or more Scattered Orb symbols appear anywhere and rules for award of free games and payoff remains same as above
Free Games are played at the same number of lines and bet of the triggering game

Adding funds to your Party Account
To add funds to your PartyAccount, click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' menu, then select the desired deposit option (Play Anywhere clients) or click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' option on left panel in Main Lobby, then select the desired deposit option (Down load clients). You can also add funds to your account by clicking on 'REBUY' on the game screen and then clicking on 'CASHIER'. The time taken to transfer funds and the fees charged will vary depending on which deposit option you choose.

What do I do if I reach my betting limits?
If your game balance drops below the minimum bet, Buy-In window will be automatically presented.

To add funds to your PartyAccount, click on the 'DEPOSIT' option in the 'Cashier' menu in the Main Lobby (Play Anywhere clients) or click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' option on left panel in Main Lobby, then select the desired deposit option (Down load clients), or click the 'CASHIER' button in the 'Buy-In' window of any game.

I could not complete the game. What should I do?
If you get disconnected in the middle of the base game, the software will automatically complete the game for you. You will be able to find out the result by clicking on the 'Game Logs' button once you have logged back in. If you are still having problems, please contact our 24/7 Customer Care team.

If you are disconnected after triggering or in the middle of the free games feature, on reconnection, the software will automatically start the free games feature, if not already started, or resume from where it was disconnected. After completing the free games feature, you can resume playing the same game, or you can select another game of your choice.

Malfunctions Voids all Pays and Plays.


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Dragons' Den is a venture-capitalist television programme that originated in Japan where the format is owned by Sony. The format, which now airs internationally, consists of entrepreneurs pitching their ideas in order to secure investment finance from business experts — the "Dragons".

Show format

The contestants are usually product designers, who have what they consider to be a viable and potentially very profitable business idea, but who lack funding and direction. They pitch their idea to five rich entrepreneurial businesspeople, the eponymous "dragons". They have, before the show, named an amount of money that they wish to get, and the rules stipulate that if they do not raise at least this amount from the dragons, they get nothing. In return, the contestant gives the dragons a percentage of the company's stock, which is the chief point of negotiation.

Once the contestant has made their presentation, the dragons then probe the idea further, often revealing an embarrassing lack of preparation on the part of the contestants or uncovering troubling facts, and consequently rejecting the investment. It is common in a show to see five or six ideas and only one (or possibly none) that attracts the dragons' money.


Dragons' Den series have been produced in Japan, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Canada, the Netherlands, Finland and lately Nigeria.


Titled Money no Tora (Money Tiger), this original version was created by and aired on Nippon Television from 2001 to 2004. It was the first entertainment programme in the history of Japanese television that dealt with the concept of business investment. During its three year run, as many as 16 business executives appeared in the programme as Tigers.


Dragons' Den

In the UK, Dragons' Den is broadcast on BBC Two and is hosted by former BBC economics editor Evan Davis. The second series ended on 20 December 2005, with a "Where Are They Now" episode, giving details of the outcomes of some of the ventures from the first series, shown the following day. A third series commenced on BBC Two on 3 August 2006. Continuing the trend for the series finale, another "Where Are They Now" episode for the third series also aired on 20 September 2006, with a further follow-up episode broadcasting in October. The programme was nominated for an RTS award and two BAFTA awards in 2007. The theme tune and background music of Dragons' Den were composed by John Watt.


In 2005 Rachel Elnaugh's company went into administration; the remaining assets were bought by two of Elnaugh's fellow Dragons' Den judges (Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis). Although Elnaugh was at the helm before and at the time of the company's failure, she blames the problems on the actions of the last CEO whom she appointed in 2002, whilst she took a non-executive role.

As a result of disputes with various Dragons, and the resulting uncomfortable position of the BBC if it allowed a perceived "failed" business person to be on a business panel, she agreed to leave the Dragons' Den panel.

In September 2006, in an investigation by the Sunday Mirror newspaper, it was claimed that most of the deals were unfulfilled after the programmes were shot. The article claimed that the Dragons either pulled out of the deals over minor technicalities, deliberately offered heavily unfavourable terms to the entrepreneurs in an effort to make them withdraw, or simply broke off all contact with them after the recording. The UK Dragons defended their record, with Duncan Bannatyne saying: "We don't hand over money to people who don't tell the truth.", while Theo Paphitis added: "I kept up my end of the bargain. The show is not about a cash prize, it is about us pledging to invest. But people must tell the truth. Simple." A BBC spokesman said: "After the initial agreement is made on camera, both parties enter a period of due diligence. Sometimes during this period the deals fall through."In fact, the BBC has never made a secret of this, with follow-up programmes openly admitting that many deals ultimately fell through.

It was announced on 21 May 2007, that Richard Farleigh had been dropped from the series. The Daily Mail suggested he may have been dropped in order to have a new dragon from an ethnic minority. Farleigh said, "It would be disappointing if that was the reason - rather than anything fundamental - if it was because I was the wrong colour. I don't know why this has happened and I am very disappointed and bemused - I wasn't expecting it because all the feedback I got was very positive. I had even moved back to the UK to focus on commitments for the show. I am gutted that I have not been invited back." James Caan, a venture capitalist and founder of Hamilton Bradshaw, replaced Farleigh in series five.


The Australian version of Dragons' Den was broadcast on the Seven Network and hosted by Andrew O'Keefe. Different from other versions, the host ran through the outline of the business with the contestant then negotiating with the Dragons for a deal. It was produced by Michael Horrock. The Australian Dragons were:

* Peter Higgins
* Sarina Russo
* Simon Reynolds
* Darryn Lyons
* Suzi Dafnis

The Seven Network announced in December 2005 that the show would not be back for a second season after poor ratings.

New Zealand

In New Zealand Dragons' Den is broadcast on TV One and hosted by Rawdon Christie. Initially the UK and Australian series were broadcast, but a local version has now been produced and screened in 2006. The series is produced by Eyeworks Touchdown. The New Zealand Series 1 Dragons are:

* Julie Christie
* Bob Jones
* Annette Presley
* Paul Webb
* Barry Colman

Production company Eyeworks Touchdown is currently soliciting applications for a second series of Dragons' Den


In Israel, Dragons' Den is entitled Hakrishim (which is Hebrew for "The Sharks"). It is produced by Gil Productions and airs on Channel 10. It is hosted by Guy Zohar. In the Israeli version, there are 6 dragons who rotate their appearance weekly. The first season aired during the summer and fall of 2006. The dragons in season 1 were: Ze'ev Holtzman, Israela Shtier, Aviv Tzidon, Oded Dessau, Jacky Ben-Zaken, and Nir Sharatzki.

The second season began airing on Channel 10 on May 24, 2007. As in the first season, the dragons rotate their appearance weekly. Aviv Tzidon and Jacky Ben-Zaken returned from the first season and were joined by the following new dragons:

* Yossi Moldavsky
* Nir Barkat
* Amir Eyal
* Roni Ross
* Amos Luzon


Dragons' Den first aired in Canada on CBC Television on October 3rd 2006. Season one featured eight 1-hour episodes, including a final "where are they now" edition. Season two expanded this number to ten 1-hour episodes, with "where are they now" segments inserted into the last few episodes of the show. Season three will air in September 2008.

It is hosted by Dianne Buckner. The Dragons are:

* Arlene Dickinson (Season 2&3), the owner of Venture Communications, a marketing company with offices across Canada.
* Robert Herjavec (Seasons 1-3), who sold his IT security firm at the height of the dot-com bubble for over $100 million.
* Laurence Lewin (Season 1&2), co-founder of La Senza, a chain of lingerie shops with more than 310 stores throughout Canada, and, via corporate licensees, a further 320 stores operating in 30 countries around the world.
* Kevin O'Leary (Season 1-3), co-host of Business News Network's SqueezePlay, was formerly the President of The Learning Company, which was sold to Mattel for $3.7 billion in 1999.
* Jim Treliving (Season 1-3), a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer who now owns Boston Pizza. In 2005, his restaurants generated well over $500 million in sales.
* Jennifer Wood (Season 1 only), one of the most influential executives in Canada's beef industry. Her career in the cattle business began in 1990, and she now owns a 6,500-acre (26 km2) ranch with over 20,000 head of cattle.

* W. Brett Wilson (Season 3 only), is a founder of FirstEnergy Capital Corp. in Calgary, Alberta and is the current owner of the English football team Derby County. He is also involved in numerous charities. He replaces Laurence Lewin.


In the Netherlands the show aired in May 2007 on Nederland 3, every Friday at 20.25 (+1 GMT). The second season will begin airing in May 2008 on Nederland 3, every Monday at 21.25 (+1 GMT). As in the first season, it is hosted by Jort Kelder. The dragons are:

* Henk Keilman
* Annemarie van Gaal
* Jan Pieter Melchior (2007)
* Willem Sijthoff
* Arjen de Koning
* George Banken (2008)



In Finland Dragons' Den is called Leijonan kita. The show started running in Finland on 27th September 2007 on MTV3 channel. The show is hosted by Anna Sorainen. The local Dragons, or Leijonat (Lions in Finnish), are:

* Kyösti Kakkonen
* Eero Lehti
* Toivo Sukari
* Lisa Sounio
* Kaija Ward

Arab world

In the Arab region Dragons' Den is known as Dragons' Den: Al Aareen (The Den.) It is broadcast on Lebanon's Future Television, which is available via satellite. The show receives contestants from various Arab countries.

The panel of Dragons for the 2007 series consisted of:

* Omar Al-Qawqa
* Ahmad Tantash
* Nassif Karam
* Roger Azar

The show has been scheduled for a 2008 series.

United States

In 2008, Television producer Mark Burnett signed a deal with format holder Sony to produce an American version of the series. The series on U.S. television will be titled The Shark Tank.

The U.S. network ABC has ordered a pilot show of Shark Tank which will be produced by Sony Pictures TV.

No announcement has yet been made as to when the series will air or who the Sharks will be.


An Irish version of the show is set to be broadcast this year in Ireland on RTE one or RTE two. (Credit: Wikipedia).


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