One day, one promotional email caught my interest slightly, because it was offering a nice 275% first deposit bonus, plus 150 free spins on the game Dolphin Reef. Playtech's version of this same game had been my number one top game for many years before, until it got 'upgraded' and played poorly ever since, so I was kinda interested to see how this version would play and pay. So I finally made my first deposit at Red Stag Casino, got the 275% deposit bonus, and got the 150 free spins on Dolphin Reef too, all automatically credited in, without any hassles at all.
Without wasting any time, I played on the free spins first. This version of Dolphin Reef played with 25 paylines and the paylines were set differently than Playtech's version. Not that it matters much, but I was more familiar with Playtech's paylines. Well, my first play on this version of Dolphin Reef went rather badly. I did get a few Free Spins games, but all paid poorly. Okay, so this was nothing unusual, as the game does play that way. Out of that 150 free spins, I only got a small win amount added into my total balance, so I decided to carry on playing the same game with whatever credits that I have, hoping that things would improve with more play on it. Nope! That didn't happen at all. The game played on poorly as before, and before long, I was soon out of balance, having lost all of my deposit money and bonus money too. Sorry to say, but this version of Dolphin Reef played worse than Playtech's, and I simply could not like the game as I do with Playtech's version.