Last week Lady Luck smiled on a lucky and anonymous player at Anonymous Casino. Playing only for three days, he managed to astound and make jealous many of those who have seen previous massive records, one of which was already covered on our website.
His total win came out at 118.5 BTC (which is more than $28,000 at the current exchange rate). He made the first impressive part of the scoring – almost 80 BTC (or $19,000) – while playing “Urartu”, a neat Flash-based slot game brought to life by Endorphina. Following that, he was enjoying the rest of the prize in the chanting worlds of “Chimney Sweep”, “Geisha”, “Book Of Fortune” and “Fairy Tale”. These are slots created not only by Endorphina, but also by Amatic. We have already given a careful review of the games of both providers this month, so feel free to give it a look, if you missed it.
Not making the win too hot, it’s still worth mentioning that Anonymous Casino is one of the leading betting platforms. It is an online Bitcoin casino that offers their customers an opportunity to stay completely anonymous (a self-explanatory name), which means that registration process takes literally seconds. Another advantage of the casino is that most of the games are accessible both in desktop and mobile versions. In addition to instantaneous Bitcoin payments, there is no limit for minimum deposit amount and the minimum bet is mere 0.00001 BTC. Don’t hesitate to read the full review of that casino, which is already done and awaits your attention, to get all required information on its pros and cons. Besides, check out our interview with the founder of Anonymous Casino, Jack Black. You will find interesting thoughts on online casino difficulties, customer success and the future of Bitcoin gambling.
Coming back to the win. It’s common knowledge that Jackpot is a rare occasion and we are not talking you into playing. But if you never try, you’ll never get. So, wanna bet? Then we’ll show you the best places where you can do it.
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