Mustang Gold Slot by Pragmatic Play


Join the ranchers of the American West in Mustang Gold a Pragmatic Play 5 reel 25 fixed payline slot. It comes with simple features, but they rustle up some decent wins, particularly the Horseshoe Bonus. Other features in this medium to high variance slot include a bonus round that awards unlimited free spins and a jackpot round where players get to lasso wins of up to 1000x their stake. Mustang Gold is available to play on all devices from 0.25 to 125.00 per spin and a max payout of 12000x your stake.

Mustang Gold Slot Bonus Features

In the Money Collect feature players head to a new screen where they get to pick from a selection of horseshoes. Each horseshoe comes with a cash value and when you land the sheriff collect badge you will receive the cash prizes shown on the horseshoes.

There is also a jackpot Reveal Bonus Game, and this gets triggered by landing a horseshoe symbol anywhere on the reels and a sheriff’s badge on reel 5. Once again you pick horseshoes to reveal a jackpot symbol and when you have three of the same symbols you win the Mini, Minor Major and grand prizes which are 50x, 100x, 200x or 1000x your total stake respectively.

To activate the free spins feature, players must land 3 campfire symbols on reels 2, 3 and 4 to receive a payout equal to your total stake and 8 Free Spins. You can win an unlimited number of free spins and bonus prizes during this feature.

Final Thoughts

Mustang Gold is an enjoyable jackpot slot with plenty of action. Saddle up and enjoy the stampede of coins this medium to high variance game delivers and you may be riding off into the sunset with saddle bags filled with a 12000x stake win.

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is situated on the northern outskirts of Atlantic City, New Jersey, less than ten minutes’ drive from the the world famous Boardwalk. As a hotel, the Borgata is the largest in New Jersey, with 2,767 guest rooms and suites, ranging in size from 460 square feet, as standard, to 1,500 square feet, all with floor-to-ceiling windows. Non-gaming amenties include a spa which, at 54,000 square feet, is the largest in Atlantic City, indoor and outdoor pool areas, an event centre, a theatre and a selection of world-class restaurants.

The Borgata orginally opened in July, 2003 but, since April, 2022, has been owned by Vici Properties, a real estate investment trust (REIT) that acquired previous owner MGM Growth Properties for $17.2 billion. The Borgata is still run by MGM Resorts International and, according to figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement was the highest-grossing casino in Atlantic City in 2021; it posted a gross operating profit of $174 million, up from $650,000 in 2020.

The colossal 161,000-square-foot is home to over 200 gaming tables, offering a wide range of table games, including baccarat, blackjack, craps, pai gow poker and roulette. Slot players are amply catered for, with over 3,500 slot machines; stakes range from a penny to $500, with a coinless, cashout voucher system that eliminates the need to carry buckets of coins around the casino floor. The Borgata Poker Room is considered the best on the East Coast, offering 21,000 square feet of comfortable, non-smoking space, with over 50 tables in the main room and another 18 in a separate, high limit room. Unsurprisingly, Texas Hold’em is the most popular game, but Pot Limit Omaha, 7 Card Stud and other variations are available.


The card game Poker has been around since 1829 and it was started by the French Settlers in New Orleans, and it involved bluffing your way to a win originally called Poques. It has over the years advanced and in 1998 online Poker was born and it’s reported the first online hands of Poker were $3-$6 Limit Hold’em games.

About Poker

Did you know Poker is among the most lucrative events to bet on, in the world? Baseball, Football and Basketball are high earning sports, however when pitted against Poker they do not match up with the sum of awards for poker adding up to over 44,2 million and in 1993 the WSOP Main Event was the first tournament to offer a $1 million prize pool.

The biggest Poker win belongs to Antonia Esfandiari. He entered the 2012 WSOP Big One for One Drop with a $1million buy in and walked away with a record breaking $18.3 million win.

There have also been some dark moments in the Poker Industry. On April 15th, 2011, the Department of Justice seized domains of some of the industry leaders in online poker. Many Poker players had substantial amounts of cash in their accounts, and this subsequently rocked the world of online poker. Poker Black Friday changed the game for millions of players and even ended in some being convicted.

Televised Poker games have also increased the games popularity with a range of Twitch streamers streaming live poker matches further taking the game into the modern era.

In Folding

It is said that over 100 million people play online poker and over 60 million reside in the USA. It makes sense as all the historical Poker moments have taken place in the USA. It’s a game that dates back centuries and keeps growing in popularity with developers designing new and exciting variants.

Bellagio Las Vegas

Thanks in no small part to its starring role in the 2001 Warner Bros. Pictures heist caper ‘Ocean’s Eleven’, directed by Steven Soderbergh, Bellagio Las Vegas is arguably the most iconic hotel in Sin City. Built on the site of the historic Dunes Hotel and Casino, in the centre of the Las Vegas Strip, Bellagio covers 77 acres and forms the backdrop to a vast, choreographed water feature known as the Fountains of Bellagio, which offers free shows day and night.

Originall conceived and owned by disgraced casino mogul Steve Wynn, Bellagio opened in October, 1998. However, Wynn’s company, Mirage Resorts, Inc. was acquired by MGM Mirage, later MGM Resorts International, in May, 2000. In October, 2019, MGM Resorts International sold Bellagio to Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust (BREIT) in a deal worth $4.25 billion. MGM Resorts holds a 5% equity stake in a joint venture company, from which it leases back operations for an annual payment of $245 million.

The Fountains of Bellagio aside, gambling is, unsurprisingly, the main attraction at Bellagio. The casino floor covers 156,000 square feet including, since 2013, 2,600 square feet devoted to a private gambling salon, known as ‘Villa Prive’; access to the latter is by invitation only and restricted to high rollers willing to play $300,000 in a single session. More accessible gambling options included approximately 140 gaming tables, offering blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat and pai gow among others, not to mention 2,300 reel, video reel and video poker slots. Classic poker action is available in a dedicated, 7,000 square feet poker room with 40 tables, plus the exclusive, two-table ‘Legends Room’, formerly ‘Bobby’s Room’, which is the spiritual home of high-stakes poker in Las Vegas.