May 9, 2008 -
Hello folks! Suitie here! Or for all you romantic ladies,
just call me Sweetie! Oh dear, here I go again. Anyways,
it's good to be blogging again. I've been on a gambling
hiatus and am now back from getting my fix. Actually, that's
a lie. The real truth is that my hand has been hurting from
typing so feverishly at the keyboard. Maybe if I got more
fan mail, I'd give you all a greater dose! But then again!
Okay, enough rambling. I wanted to report on some new online casino game
updates, beginning with a new online poker game rounding up the impressive
portfolio of games at the Jackpot Factory's Wild Jack Casino. It's called
Multi-Hand Hold'Em High Gold, and to be honest, I haven't played it yet,
(although it looks very tempting).
Allowing you to play up to five hands at a time, Multi-hand Hold'Em High
Gold pays up to 75,000 credits (ya, I know), and also includes a side bet. If
you're not familiar with Hold'em poker, Wild Jack offers detailed rules
through the main screen mode, and will also allow you to play with unlimited
fun-money credits. This is the case with all
Microgaming Casinos, not to
mention their "Gold" series of online casino games. What makes the Gold Series
worth playing are the added features, payouts and stake structures, most of
which can be found on Microgaming's large family of
Also from Microgaming this month (as part of their New Games Rollout
campaign) are four new online video slots: Cashapillar, Alley Cats, Quest for
a Beer (which happens to be my life mission), and Sure Win. As is typical with
all of Microgaming's online video slots, expect sharp graphics, funny and
entertaining themes, lots of paylines, bonus features, second screen bonuses,
wilds, scatters and free spins from these games.
I could go on with some theme
descriptions, but I would probably come across like a cheesy commercial.
Besides, you can see and play them yourself for free at any Microgaming online
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