Our winner’s list keeps getting bigger — so much so that we’re going to need a bigger blog to keep up. The week of July 25th saw lots of new winners walk away with thousands in cash. Today, we’re excited to share a few of their stories with you and show you that winners are made every day at MoheganSunCasino.com.
The second Rick Davis saw the Jimi Hendrix slot go live at MoheganSunCasino.com, he took the afternoon off and rocked the online casino game like a champion. While his first foray saw him break even, his second venture was more profitable. The online casino player from Piscataway, New Jersey netted $4,470 in just a few minutes of play.
Elma Cole is purring all the way to the bank after pocketing $5,480 playing Kitty Glitter at MoheganSunCasino.com. The Hartford, Connecticut casino player was in New Jersey on business and fired up MoheganSunCasino.com to enjoy real money casino games. Remember, you don’t have to be from New Jersey to play with us. You just have to be within state lines to enjoy real money games.
Lightning struck more than twice for Randy Bater the week of July 25th. The online slot player from Atlantic City, New Jersey won spin after spin after spin playing the Zeus online slot at MoheganSunCasino.com, racking up his bankroll to $7,734.32. This is Randy’s second big win in less than a month.
If you’re on the prowl for your next big online slot win, you’ll love this story. Pamela Johnstone of Hoboken, New Jersey signed up for a MoheganSunCasino.com account just two days before hitting a $7,096 win playing Prowling Panther, a 720 ways to win online slot game featuring Stacked Wilds, Multiway Xtras, and more.
Grace Dobranksi of Newark, New Jersey feels like an absolute wizard after hitting the spin button and turning a $10 bet into a $4,000 payday playing Merlin’s Millions SuperBet. The 50-line online slot game comes with a Gamble feature that lets you wager your winnings after a successful spin.
*The above post features stories of actual MoheganSunCasino.com winners, however the names of the players have been changed. All names are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.