Ben, a 41-year old postman from South Dakota, wins $18,575 on a bonus spin in Boomanji, plans a one week scuba diving vacation in Australia.
During the day, Ben is a hard-working, dedicated postman. “I’ve been doing this for twenty years now. Wouldn’t have it any other way.” Ben knows his route by heart, and never goes off-schedule. “Well, that’s not true–I’ve had a few times where I’ve been early by ten minutes, but I don’t think they minded that too much!” In the evening, Ben liked to settle down with a good book or watch some TV. “I used to play along with the game shows. I’d love to go on Jeopardy some day, but I’m worried that I’d get cold feet on stage.”
Ben only recently started playing in online casinos. “Don’t tell anybody, but back when I was a kid I used to bet on poker games. I wasn’t half bad at it, either!” Ben had once dreamed of being a card shark, but found it too stressful in practice. “I don’t do well with crowds, and casinos are always packed to the gills with people.” The online casino seemed like a perfect fit for him. The only hurdle was the technology jump. “I’m a bit embarrassed, but the whole smart phone and computer thing went over my head. I have a computer that I use for e-mail and that’s it.”
Despite his disadvantage, he quickly got into Boomanji. “The casino was actually very helpful. I called them up asking for help on making a deposit, and they gave me a $15 free spin with my first deposit. They even recommended that I try out playing a machine in free-play mode so I could get the hang of how it worked.” Ben found Boomanji easy to use and un-cluttered, making it perfect for him to learn on. After that, he saw no reason to pick a different machine. “I knew this one in and out, so why not?” Ben’s persistence paid off, as he soon entered into Boomanji’s bonus round. “It kept on re-spinning and adding up more and more of a prize for me. I never thought it was going to stop.” Ben’s breathtaking $18,575 win convinced him to finally take a dream vacation. “I’ve got a few, but the trip to Australia was always going to be the most difficult and expensive. Now that I can easily afford it, I’m going to do it. I think the post office can handle me taking a week off.”