Thursday, November 29, 2012

Sisters Enjoy Wild Weekend in Reno After Winning WinADay Casino Prize

WinADay Casino Vacation Prize Winner Enjoys Weekend in Reno A WinADay Casino vacation prize winner has returned from a wild weekend in Reno with her sisters -- with more money than she left home with even!

“My two sisters and I had a fantastic trip to Reno and Lake Tahoe,” said the winner who signs on as MCDUFFGIRL at WinADay. “I surprised them with the trip! I told them I was planning a vacation for all of us and to be prepared to leave that Thursday but I didn’t tell them where we were going. Talk about excited! We landed in Reno, picked up the Mustang convertible WinADay had rented for us, and the next few days were filled with one adventure after another.”

“We drove to Lake Tahoe one day and we HAD to stop at a place that sells every kind of chocolate candy you can imagine. Now I know why they say chocolate is a woman's best friend! Another day we drove to Silver City where the old TV show Bonanza was filmed. It was like stepping back in time!”

“The nights were filled with a lot of gambling, from one casino to the next. Of course the slot machine games were our favorites! By the time we left on Sunday we had all won a little bit and I actually went home with more money than I went with!!!”

The winner, a WinADay Gold VIP player, was drawn randomly from players that qualified in the Game of the Month contest in 2011. Each month a different one of WinADay’s one-of-a-kind casino games is featured. Players earn tickets toward a monthly draw for $500 in cash prizes just by playing it. At the end of the year, there was draw for the $2000 grand prize vacation package.

“We’ve all known MCDUFFGIRL for years,” said WinADay Manager Michael Hilary. “So we were really excited when her name was drawn.”

Jokers Tricks, a 20 payline video slot with a Free Spins bonus feature and Tricks that can double wins, has been the Game of the Month for November at the instant play casino. For December, it’ll be Gladiator Games, a brand new slots game with an incredible animated bonus round.

Battle for the North Pole Continues in Intertops Casino's New Elf Wars Slots Game

Rudolph Battles Santa and his Elves in Intertops Casino New The Elf Wars Slots GameJust in time for Christmas, Intertops Casino has just launched The Elf Wars, an all new Santa vs. Reindeer slots game. The epic battle for the North Pole continues in this latest installment of the popular series that include Rudolph’s Revenge, Santa Strikes Back and Return of the Rudolph.

The action intensifies in The Elf Wars as the elf factions splinter off to ally with Santa and his North-Pole guardians, or join the rebellious Rudolph and his thugs who are determined to seize control of the lucrative present-trade.

“It’s crazy how popular these Christmas slots have been the last few years. Everyone that’s liked the first three games will love this one!” said the manager at Intertops Casino. “It’s a silly idea, but I guess Christmas brings out the silly in all of us!”

In The Elf Wars’ main 50 payline slot game, Santa and Rudolph are Wilds. Three or more scattered Good Elf or Bad Elf symbols trigger a bonus feature.

The Santa Strikes Back! feature gives 7 free games, where more free games are given and prize multiplier increases when symbols have a special Candy Cane background. The Rudolph's Revenge! feature also gives 7 free games, but prizes during each free game are multiplied by 2 plus the number of Rudolphs appearing on screen. If the Rudolph's Rampage! feature is triggered, players try to find the missing elves in Santa's ransacked toy factory. Plus there's a special Jackpot Spins feature that can award instant prizes.The Elf Wars has the patented Feature Guarantee system that means one of these features will be triggered within 150 spins.

Intertops has been entertaining gamblers around the world for more than 15 years. The casino, poker and sports betting site is known for taking care of customers and making deposits and withdrawals easy. A festive Christmas bonus offer will be announced next week.