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This was my most recent success with GV, from October 2010.
Deposited $200 for a 50% ($100) sticky bonus - cashed out $2,075!
The log below shows how I did it.
Big wins are highlighted in Yellow, with my biggest win by amount (Atlantis) and my two-and-only wins over bet x 100 highlighted with Green.
Screenshots are below the logs.
I had one of my best results ever at 32Red in June, so decided to add a blog for it - my first one for a Microgaming casino!
Special Birthday Bonus; 100% up to $500, WR Bx30.
Got off to a great start with Hohoho +$137 & Scrooge +$187.
As the bonus so big, I decided to try some non-slot games for WR; first PaiGow - pretty bad loss of $153.
That was just too frustrating, so back to the slots where I had good wins on Jewels of the Orient (+$465!),
Been I while since I posted one of these, so thought it about time I did another one!
This was from March 2010;
Weekly bonus of 50% to $100, WR (D+B)x20 = $6,000;
Started DIABOLICALLY on JackHammer again (What's happened to my favourite slot???) 726/-157!!!
But then I went on a great little run - even won $453 on Eureka despite losing $101 in my last 25 spins!!!
In between the disasters I also hit great wins on BollyWood, Oktoberfest
A great result this month so another of my log-blogs!
Deposited $150, got a 200% bonus and cashed out $1,400.
Much like my last blog, there's quite a lot of really bad luck in this log right from the diabolical start, as you can tell by the various expletives (the worst ones deleted!) But there was also some really great stuff which enabled me to cash out another good profit from a Rival Casino.
If you study it in detail you can probably get an idea of how
I thought this one worthy of another blog - deposited $100, got a 100% bonus and cashed out $600.
I could have actually cashed out $652 if I hadn't of stupidly decided to give new slot Psychedelic Sixties a whirl after I had already completed WR...
In fact there's quite a lot of stupidity in this log right from the very crappy start, as you can tell by the various expletives! But there was also some really great stuff which enabled me to cash out yet another profit