Finally, I got to make my second £100 deposit of the evening, once again receiving £100 in bonus funds with an £8,000 wagering requirement showing in My Account. I still hadn’t managed to speak to anybody at the casino to determine if I could play table games with my cash balance without affecting my bonus balance, so decided just to play it safe and stick to the slots once again.
Really very frustrating, the casino really needs to sort out their stated terms and conditions for these bonuses to make things like this clear.
I ended up spending an inordinate amount of time playing Fishing Frenzy, a slot I’ve never really been very impressed with but a friend of mine who was staying with me told me he’d had a lot of success playing it in the bookmaker's shops here in the UK, and by some fluke, we managed to hit a huge win whilst playing ten spins at a much larger than usual bet size, so I decided to give the game some real playtime and see what it could do. Things initially went well, but I guess we got a little bit cocky and lost track as I suddenly realized we were betting £2 per spin and only had a little under ½ of my starting balance remaining with a tonne of wagering left to go.
I decided to try an old favorite – Microgamings Break Da Bank Again, with a more sensible 36p bet, but it was too late – I quickly ended up going down to zero, taking the shine off my buzz of having a decent cashout pending from my first deposit earlier in the evening.
Another fifty spins on Wolf Gold got my balance back up to around £50, and I wondered if I might be able to rescue something from this bonus afterall. Sadly it wasn’t to be, and I decided to call it a night at this point. You win some, you lose some I suppose!