I often think about changes; some people love them, others don’t. A challenging thing about changes is that they tend to throw you off your balance and alternate your routine, which is so comfortable, at least for the majority. Even though I do enjoy my routines, I like being shaken up; it helps me stay in a moment and it’s a good reality check. I don’t know about my colleagues at work, but when a new guy at work started bragging about his successes playing online slot tournaments, I felt a wind of change in the air; I saw a challenge coming up. I said: “Challenge accepted”, and then, like a cherry on top, all other colleagues could find 10 or so minutes in their busy schedules for a slot tournament. So, it turned out to be a great entertainment for all of us.
We found a Freeroller at Desert Nights Casino; the scheduled slot was “Texan Tycoon”. I was very satisfied because that slot is good to me… well, most of the time; I hoped this time would be the same. There were 12,000 credits that needed to be used in 12 minutes and as every tournament I started this one playing with the maximum bet of 100. Right from the start, the stars were on my side; I triggered eight Free Spins during which I retriggered another 15. After the first few minutes I already had around 6,100 coins. Following the third series of Free Spins, my balance came up to around 15,000 coins. Then, something inexplicable happened, to be more precise, something very rare happened; with just one spin, in the base game, my balance went from 15,000 to around 85,000 coins. I was in awe and occupying the first place simultaneously. Everyone in the office realized that this time they have no chance after I jumped off of my chair beating my chest like King Kong. After I calmed down, I used all 12,000 credits spinning the last 100 in literally the last second and bringing my total winnings to 91,016 coins.
It was my day; “Tough luck, newbie”! After having my five minutes of fame in the office I had to admit that I wouldn’t have had so much fun if my colleagues weren't there to compete against me.