I often catch myself being a perfectionist and trying to find harmony in everything I do and in everything that surrounds me. This applies also to playing slots and I’m sure that I’m not the only one; we all would like to just make a deposit, play a slot, win big and then withdraw our winnings without any hassle (one would think it doesn’t take much to achieve perfection). Unfortunately, the cruel reality keeps confirming that no matter how much we want something, things don’t always go the way we would like them to. In my quest for that ultimate experience, the latest stop was RockBet casino.
The first slot I played was “Wacky Wedding”. One day that has to be a pure perfection for most people is their wedding… well, usually brides are the ones dreaming about that day, including probably every single detail. My experience playing this slot was more like a real nightmare; I easily triggered 10 Free Spins during which I retriggered another 10. The beginning of the nightmare happened when after 20 Free Spins I won only €9.84. Another sign that something horrible was going to happen was when I raised the bet. “Accidentally” I had over twenty successive empty spins! I actually counted 15 (I needed some time to realize what was happening), so who knows how many empty spins there were.
Then, I played another slot that I have remembered in a positive light and knew was very generous. The “Winter Wonders” slot brings images of a festive and harmonious holiday season. I didn’t have many empty spins, but almost all spin wins happened thanks to two scatters, which wasn’t so bad since they double the bet. Nevertheless, I was still a bit frustrated because I didn’t get the third one so that I could trigger the Bonus Round. That finally happened, after a while though, and I won pathetic €0.54; in all honesty, there was no need to rub salt into the wound.
As in a real life, even the most beautiful days like one’s wedding or holidays could turn into a real nightmare. But more importantly, the next slot you play might be the right one, there’s always a chance.