I played in Slots of Fortune before. That’s a casino where I claimed a $50 chip and just couldn’t lose, no matter how much I tried. Finally, when I met the playthrough reqs and remained at $3000, but could withdraw only $100, I decided I should just spend it big. This time, I went to see if my luck will be the same as the last time I played.
I wanted to start from the same point as the last time, just for statistical purposes. So I deposited $50, and started playing slots. Also, I decided to play only slots, as the chip last time limited me only to them.
I went for “Hobo’s Hoard” first, and even though it’s a pretty unappealing (at least to me) slot, it proved to be more than generous in bonus rounds and free spins (especially if you strike a bonus round during the free spins). It boosted my balance to $150 within minutes, and I continued playing it for a while. After a while, I got bored and went for some more advanced graphics. An i-slot “Rock on” sounded like something I could win on. After placing a maximum bet and playing guitar in a couple of Elvis bonus rounds, this slot and its rock characters brought me another $70. Once again, losing seemed impossible.
I guess this casino is just made for me. After trying another couple of video slots I’ve never played before, and remaining pretty much at the same sum as when I started, I went to make a withdrawal, unlike I did last time. Total: $250. Maybe it’s not as good as the last time, but it’s still just fine. Bottom-line, it somehow proves the rule that slots are more generous when your withdrawal is limited with a free chip.
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