Since I was a kid there were two school subjects that I have always been interested in; geography and history classes would always have my undivided attention. I wasn’t only keen on learning facts about my own country but I was fascinated by the world as a whole and it’s development and differences. The countries such as the States, Canada, Australia or Japan would trigger millions of question that just needed to be answered. Even now when I don’t have to study in a classic way, for a grade or so, I noticed that I like to play slots which might indirectly give me some answers.
I have read a lot about Gold Rush and when the “PayDirt!” slot came out, I just had to try it out. Now, after a few months I went to Lucky Red Casino site and I opened this slot again with high hopes; not as high as men had when crossing the Rocky mountains, but still… I was full of hope and excited to start the game. But, oh boy, was I in trouble from the start; if I was one of the brave men that decided to cross the mountains I would be the one who died in that attempt or would be considered missing. But since I stopped playing the slot when I still had some money left, then perhaps I would be one of those unlucky ones who wouldn’t find any gold, but would still survive the adventure.
After this failure, I was inspired to play “Red Sands”; at least I didn’t have to change the continent. Right from the start I had a few good spins and I got my balance up to pathetic $10 and then to somewhat better $20. I played it for a while and I managed to keep my balance there. I also wanted to play the “Crystal Waters” slot to wash down all that dirt and sand, but the only thing that was washed down was my balance. That’s how I learnt the moral of the story, which is, “Don’t play in deep waters, especially in crystal clear ones, ‘cause you may find yourself drowned.”