I’ve always thought that hobbies are very important part of one’s life. Honestly, you can turn anything into a hobby: build matchstick castles, carve whistles, draw maps of imaginary places or make music. We should focus on the joy-rides in humble hobbies like classes we take or read how-to books. In that way, we open ourselves to imaginative thinking, discovery and exploration, and more importantly it is by definition fun. One hobby that many men enjoy is fishing and I have to admit, I don’t get it, at all. I like rivers, seas and oceans, I like water in general, but I have never had any interest in fishing. I can enjoy silence and peace simply by being near water and listening to the murmur of the waves.
Going through interesting NetEnt slots at iGame Casino, it seemed that I didn’t have any better idea than to play the “Lucky Angler” slot. I started with €100 on my account, spinning the reels with a €1.2 bet. It was a disastrous experience, probably as if I went fishing in a real life. Already after a few spins I had to lower my bet and I started playing with the minimum bet of €0.30. I literally had only one good spin in which I won €4.30, everything else was very bad. After that it took me some time to continue, but in the end I made a decision to play the “Thunderfist” slot. My bet was €0.50 and I was hoping for some better spinning times. But it didn’t get better; I kept losing money. This time I had a bit more winning spins, but that was far from enough to keep my balance stable. I got under €30 and I didn’t feel like playing anymore. Nothing was happening – I couldn’t trigger Free Spins; it was very disappointing.
Thinking about that now, I’m realizing that perhaps I shouldn’t have played the “Lucky Angler” slot; I don’t like fishing and I’m far from being a lucky angler. Perhaps I was, subconsciously, hoping that I will win big playing the slot and then fishing would become my favorite hobby. Yeah… I’m sure that’s a valid explanation.