You know how things usually are, especially good things. They don’t last forever and they don’t come easily and they surely come to an end, unlike bad ones. It’s the same thing with slots, at least that’s my experience; I could have a good run on a slot but then, it would change for worse very easily. After it turns into a disaster, it would take an eternity to have a good result again. Recently, I went to Red Flush Casino to test my luck; perhaps it has changed since the last time I played slots.
I haven’t played Microgaming slots for a long time so I was excited to try them out again. The first one I played was the “Karate Pig” slot. My budget was $40 and I started playing with a $0.40 bet. I thought it would be a disaster because of the numerous empty spins. Luckily, it just needed some time to warm up. Slowly I was getting bigger spin wins and it all started making sense. Of course, my balance was melting so when I got to $19 I finally triggered 15 Free Spins. The same as in the base game I thought I would win nothing but the free spins needed warming up as well and I got a decent sum of $34.53. My balance got up to $54.26 which made me happy and I stopped playing while I was ahead. But staying ahead when playing slots isn’t easy and I was proved right when I started spinning one of my favorite slots – “Thunderstruck II”. I thought it needed some time to pay off, but no, it didn’t have any intention to do so. I lost $30 in no time having one “significant” win of $2.14.
The same old story all over again; the slot I like fails me without even blinking. It’s hard for me to give up on a slot that has brought me some of the biggest wins since I have started playing slots – perhaps it’s my Achilles’ heel. I just can’t wait to try it again.