We all like winning not only playing slots or some other casino games but, generally, in life. Most are already aware that passion and perseverance may be more important to success than talent. It is believed that grit may be at least as good a gauge of future success as talent itself. Researches find that the gritty are more likely to achieve success in school, work and other pursuits because of their passion and commitment. They also talk about the “10-year rule”. It says that it takes at least a decade of hard work or practice to become highly successful in most endeavors. Nonintellectual factors like ability, perseverance, endurance, hard work and creativity are nothing short of overwhelming. It comes down to the fact that a person has to believe in success in whatever he or she does.
Like most players I also believe that I will win big one day; it’s just a matter of being in the right place at the right time. I know that playing daily freerolls at Desert Nights Casino won’t make me rich; it’s still nice to win some money playing for free. A couple of days ago I played the “Enchanted Garden” slot tournament –I had five minutes to spend 5,000 credits; my credits are usually gone in way less than five minutes. This time it seemed it would be the same. With only one spin left, I played the tournament for only three minutes earning only around 1,000-1,500 coins. And then, literally in the last spin I won around 29,000 coins; I got five Unicorns with a scatter. The whole time, during the spinning, I was thinking “If only I’d get five unicorns.” I couldn’t believe it happened and I finished playing with 30,335 coins.
I grabbed first position but I played the slot early in the morning so I knew that there were a lot of players still to come and try their luck. In the end, I finished in the 8th position winning $1.12. That was one of my best results in freeroll tournaments. I can’t wait for the next one.