Thursday, August 01, 2013

Hospital Bed Winning Streak Brightens Mobile Slots Player's Day

Mobile Slots Player Enjoys Winning Streak During Stay in HospitalSlotland's games are designed to play well on any smartphone, and they have special games enhanced for iPhone and iPad players. So players can win money just about anywhere. But a recent winning streak from a hospital bed is a first!

Lynn Y., a regular at the popular slots and video site,  was playing’s mobile casino games from her hospital bed recently and says a run of good luck certainly brightened her day. Battling a long term illness, she said she really  enjoys having all her favorite games as handy as her phone. And of course she was pretty pleased to be up $3100 after an exciting evening playing Ice Queen and Booster!

The avid slots player says she had a strategy for getting the most out of her slots budget that night.

“I deposited $40 into my account and started playing Mega Spin in the hope of winning $10 to play Booster through the bonus round. I actually won on my last $5 bet. It hit for $50 and then I had a chance to increase it -- which I did and won a $100 total. So I had the $50 to play Booster where I bet $50 during the ‘boost’ round and wouldn’t you know, it hit for $200! I got excited and decided to try Ice Queen.”

“I was betting $21 a spin and won $300 on the second pull,” the excited player told her favorite Slotland Customer Service Representative. “So I raised my bet to $42. I lost once, but when I re-bet it hit the bonus round.”

Ice Queen
features a bonus game where players choose symbols to reveal prizes.

“I picked the girl on the right and the blue sword. You get six picks and my very first pick was the Treasure for $2678. I froze and couldn’t believe it. I went back to my favorites and bet max on Reel Riot. I lost a few hundred and then won $400 but Booster was calling me back. My balance was up and down but when I hit for $750 it went to $3100. What a night!”

Summer Slots Tournament Series Starts Today at Grande Vegas Casino -- New Tournament Format Gives Choice of 'Chill' or 'Thrill'

New Slots Tournament Format Introduced for Month-long Chill & Thrill Series that Begins TodayGrande Vegas Casino has made some big changes to its slots tournament format for the Chill and Thrill slots tournament series that starts today.  The new format lets you take their time to play out tournament credits or, if it suits your style better, race to score top points.

The slots tournament series that begins  today at Grande Vegas continues through August.Two exclusive month-long tournaments will pay out $500 each, while weekly tournaments will award $100 prizes and daily freerolls will keep the tournament fun happening every day this month.

I like playing tournaments, especially free rolls. They cost nothing to play, but pay out cash prizes! How can you lose?!

The $500 Chill Freeroll begins today on the Crystal Waters slot game and continues until August 31st. Beginning with 5000 credits, players have 45 minutes to try to achieve the month’s highest score. The $500 Thrill Freeroll, which also starts today on the T-Rex slot, begins with 10,000 credits, but gives players only five minutes to accumulate points.

Throughout this month, weeklong $100 guaranteed tournaments will be played on Enchanted Garden, Triple Twister, Loose Caboose, Naughty & Nice, Goldbeard, Paydirt and Texan Tycoon.

“Texas Tycoon has been really hot lately,” observed Miller. “One of our regulars, Sheila S., won over $80,000 playing it last weekend!”

“We’re doing $10 freerolls every day this month,” said Miller. “It’ll be a different game each day. One day you’ll get 2000 credits and 20 minutes to score and the next it’ll be 16,000 credits but only 8 minutes to play. Every day, though, there’ll be a cash prize for the top scores!”

The full schedule is under the Tournaments tab in the casino software. You can register for weekly tournaments a day before they start and 12 hours prior to daily tournaments. The complete August Chill and Thrill slots tournament schedule is also posted at: