After having some trouble signing up a few days ago (the system reported a registration error), today I was allowed to log into my This is Vegas account without any issues. Although, the system did prompt me to sign up again, and I avoided making a double account only because I decided to try and log in with the username I previously wanted to sign up with.
Overcoming this first impression, which kinda made me feel like I was actually encouraged to make a double account, I went to the flashy casino lobby where I found a variety of bonuses provided to us by the courtesy of LCB. Upon picking a $100 free chip, which practically limited my play to slots, I went for some of my favorites – Shamrock Isle, Scary Rich, Dog Pound and a few others. As usual, Shamrock Isle did the trick and offered me a modest reward for my loyalty.
So, with some $120, I wanted to try out something else. And that’s when I noticed my doom of the day – a brand new slot, called “For Love and Money.” Its graphics are just beautiful, and the colors are so bright and appealing that you keep forgetting to take a look at your balance from time to time. And that’s the whole point – because I lost about $70 before I could blink.
At that point, I decided I should call it a day. After a minor success and a significantly bigger loss, I figured it’s high time to go back to some serious work, which will cover for my little adventure today. And that’s when I realized something: it takes much longer to earn than to spend.