I found it extremely difficult to win in the past few weeks. To be quite frank, I haven’t been losing much, either. Whatever I lose, I tend to consider like some sort of a fee for the good time the casino provided me with. But even though this unsuccessful period didn’t get to me much, I started feeling like it’s high time for me to go back on the winning track.
Since I recently played in This is Vegas, and they left quite a decent impression on me, I looked up a couple of their sister-casinos, and decided to go to Cocoa. As soon as I entered their lobby, I felt swept off my feet – it looks like one of the most luxurious and posh Vegas land casinos, and its flashiness just screams “money!” The variety of games is exquisite, which makes it difficult to pick what to play – slots, table games, specialty games, etc.
Of all these, I opted for Blackjack. Even though I’m very new to this one, I like the fact that it involves brain skills, not only luck. I still haven’t developed any particular strategy, I just stick to the recommended basic tactics and my own intuition. And I usually win, or at least don’t lose much, since the game allows you to recover your credit pretty fast. Starting with $50, and playing with $1 chips, I practiced my blackjack skills for a little while, remaining at pretty much the same balance level.
Getting tired from cards, I went for something more colorful and tried “Rock On” i-slot. Now, this one’s a real treat! You can hear some great riffs as the reels are spinning, and even join the band as a lead guitar in the bonus round. Rock On is a game that will draw you right in, and turn you into a real rock star within minutes.
Oh, right! You probably wonder whether I won something. Nope, not this time. I guess I still need to wait for a little while longer to get back in my winning saddle.