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The Reel Life

22 August 2007

Summer slot players heat up at Bodog

Several online gamblers walked away from their computer screens with fistfuls of Bodog Casino's money this week.

Edward L. didn't win the most, but he did win twice in two days. First he took the Joker Poker slot machine for $11,636 then grabbed $5,700 from the Diamond Mine Deluxe.

The Goldbeard slot machine was hotter than Edward L., paying Susan G. $18,971 on Monday then making Ralph M. of California $11,131 richer on Tuesday.

But not as hot as Susan G. herself, proving she was not just another first timer by hitting BOTH the Treasure Chamber machine and the Rai Dance slot for $6,565 and $5,300 respectively.

Susan G.'s week equaled $30,839. How was yours?

But none of this can compare to how much bling the Bodog blackjack machine was dishing out Tuesday. It paid six players more than $4,500 a piece with Chak C. taking home the biggest prize, $6,205.

Oh Canada!

Canadian Denise J. is currently celebrating her $68,739 win at thecasinolobby.com. Typically a blackjack player, Denise decided to try something different. She picked the Moneybags machine and spun around 30 times at $1.50 a spin before hitting the big one.

"I'd been playing on blackjack for most of the time that day, with mixed results, and so I thought I'd try something different," Denise said. "I guess the MoneyBags game just caught my eye. It took about 30 or so spins for the three bags of money to drop into the win line. I didn't expect to be able to win this kind of money for just $1.50."

Denise says she will be buying her family a new car with the money.

The Reel Life is republished from Online.CasinoCity.com.
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Ryan McLane

Ryan McLane was a poker reporter for Casino City. Although he has a strong background in reporting, the same can't be said for his poker skills. He has never won a major tournament nor is he a professional player. He applied for this job thinking it was a joke, only to find it out that it's true, people will pay you to write about poker. His favorite word is ridiculous.

After receiving his BA in History from Stonehill College in Easton, MA, he somehow ended up freelance reporting for a couple years before being deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom III with the Massachusetts National Guard. He's back now and is a strong advocate of the phrase "God Bless America."

Currently, Ryan lives in Boston and occasionally makes international treks to cover tournament poker and news. Feature writing is his passion and there is no need to ask for his opinion, he'll probably offer it first - free of charge.
Ryan McLane
Ryan McLane was a poker reporter for Casino City. Although he has a strong background in reporting, the same can't be said for his poker skills. He has never won a major tournament nor is he a professional player. He applied for this job thinking it was a joke, only to find it out that it's true, people will pay you to write about poker. His favorite word is ridiculous.

After receiving his BA in History from Stonehill College in Easton, MA, he somehow ended up freelance reporting for a couple years before being deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom III with the Massachusetts National Guard. He's back now and is a strong advocate of the phrase "God Bless America."

Currently, Ryan lives in Boston and occasionally makes international treks to cover tournament poker and news. Feature writing is his passion and there is no need to ask for his opinion, he'll probably offer it first - free of charge.