July Slotland Jackpot Win Worth $169,072

July Slotland Jackpot Win Worth $169,072
July Slotland Jackpot Win Worth $169,072 One of the things about Slotland is that all of their games are tied together into a big progressive jackpot. So even though they might not be the most popular online and mobile casino out there in terms of the quantity of jackpots that they have available, they do have a sizable payout that happens on a regular basis that’s usually in the range of $150,000 to $175,000. This jackpot was hit once again, and it just goes to show that you can become a big winner if you have the right timing at the right site like Slotland. A lucky Canadian player who wishes to remain anonymous hit the progressive at Slotland recently. His payout was worth $169,072, and he was playing the Tikal Treasure slot at the time on their instant play platform. This jackpot hits several times each year, and they have paid out a number of big winners as a result. The most recent winner said he’s been playing with Slotland for about four years, and his session started off with a couple of wins in the $1,000 range that kept him floating along until he took down the biggest payout available. This player said he’ll probably pay down some debt and that he was drawn to Slotland because of how quick they are with deposits, withdrawals and bringing out new games. Michael Hilary is the Slotland casino manager, and he said, “Maybe Slotland’s jackpot never gets to be millions of dollars, but that’s becaue it’s hit so often! We’ve had a lot of jackpot winners who, believe me, were all quite happy to walk away with a couple hundred thousand!” Their jackpots hit so often because every single one of their slots is tied to the same progressive. Not only does this make it one of the largest linked jackpots over multiple titles in the industry, but it also makes it easier for players to choose different games without feeling like they’re missing out on a chance for a bit payday. Slotland is an excellent place to enjoy a nice selection of slots that you won’t find anywhere else. Their proprietary software means that they have a collection of games that aren’t available at other sites, and this is a big change from the software companies who can have dozens of different operators all using the same set of games for players. The Latest Online Casino & Gambling Related News Casino gaming is a terrific business, with a lot going on. We want you to know what’s happening, because we know it’s ultimately going to make you a better consumer. Toward that end, we supply you with links to some of the latest that is going on in this fast-moving, ever-changing industry. The five latest news items added to Best Casino Sites Online can be found featured in the list of news below. For more news including our archives click here.

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NextGen Gaming Rolls Out Gorilla Go Wild Video Slot

NextGen Gaming Rolls Out Gorilla Go Wild Video Slot
NextGen Gaming Rolls Out Gorilla Go Wild Video Slot NextGen Gaming and William Hill Vegas launch Gorilla Go Wild slot game on desktop and mobile. Australian software developer NextGen Gaming has announced the launch of Gorilla Go Wild slot game to William Hill Vegas, a special section of the famous gaming operator housing the best casino games. Developed in partnership with William Hill and available exclusively at their Vegas website as well as through the iOS and Android compatible Vegas App, the highly entertaining video slot takes casino gaming to a whole new level, providing the players with a stunning gaming experience. NYX Gaming Group Commercial Director, David Johnson has revealed his delight at finally seeing the game go live, expecting the slot to become a huge success with the casino gamers. “We’re very excited to release Gorilla Go Wild in multiple formats to William Hill Vegas; we’ll miss Gary in the studio of course, but we’re very confident that slots players will take him into their hearts as we have over the months we’ve nurtured him,” Johnson was quoted as saying. The NYX executive has also suggested that Gorilla Go Wild was just the first of several exciting titles to be launched during the year. Meanwhile, Will Mathieson, William Hill Slots Operations Manager has high expectations from the latest slot game and believes it will aid the company’s acquisition and retention efforts in the coming months. Gorilla Go Wild Video Slot Gorilla Go Wild is a five reel twenty-five payline video slot that is played at fixed 30 coins per spin and supports coin denominations from $0.01 to $6. Placed in the jungle setting, the game follows the adventures of Gary the Gorilla and his insatiable hunger for bananas. While the game houses colourful symbols, quality graphics and interesting sound effects, the players will be impressed by the quality of special features that include Gary’s Feature Kingdom, Gary’s Bonus Time, Gorillionaire Win Spins, Stay Wild, Mega-Rilla Multiplier and More Wilds. About NextGen Gaming Owned by the NYX Gaming Group, NextGen Gaming is an independent gaming content provider based out of Sydney, Australia that has been making considerable progress in a very competitive industry over the last couple of years. Developing quality slot games for both land-based and online casinos, the software developer has introduced and continues to invent a number of innovative features that seriously enhance the overall gaming experience. Their latest titles are also available on HTML5 platform, meaning these can be played on the move via smartphone and tablet.

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Slots Games

Slots Games
Slots Games The answer is not a simple one. But there are two possible answers. Firstly, people like to play slots because it is one of the games in the best Online Casino in which you need not have any previous knowledge in order to play. When all you have to do is push a button, anyone can play, and that makes in that much more fun. And that means that everyone can play whether they are young, or old, or experienced or beginners. And of course, there is the prize money. There are two kinds of slots. There is the regular one, which pays out according to the different combinations on the slots. On the other hand, there are the progressive slots, which pay out an accumulating sum of money. People like to play slots because they see that they can win a lot of money with little effort and with ease. While this may or may not be the case, people still gamble, and take the chance that they will be left with nothing and no one in their lives.

Comment on Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download by AKASH

Comment on Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download by AKASH
Comment on Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download by AKASH Operating Systems Mar 10, 2009 My Digital Life Editorial Team 13 Comments Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download For Windows Vista Ultimate users, Microsoft had released a few new sound effects schemes as part of Ultimate Extras. Microsoft looks set to be more than generous to Windows 7 users, which is including as much as 13 new and different sound effects or sound schemes in the new operating system. The many selection of the sound schemes and audio files give greater flexibility to personalize-maniac users to really make their Windows system stands out in the crowd. The 13 different new sound schemes in Windows 7, which has been included in Windows 7 Build 7048, are Afternoon, Calligraphy, Characters, Cityscape, Delta, Festival, Garden, Heritage, Landscape, Quirky, Raga, Savanna, and Sonata, in addition to usual Windows Default and No Sounds. Windows XP, Windows Vista or other operating system users who wants to uses these Windows 7 sound schemes can download the .wav audio files below. Download Windows 7 Sound Schemes .wav Audio Files from Build 7048: Win7-7048-Sounds.rar Related posts: Windows 7 Build 7048 Screenshot Google Video, YouTube and Myspace Video Downloads with All-In-One Video Bookmarklet Download Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7048 32-bit (x86) Leaked DVD ISO Image Download Windows 7 Build 7048 x64 (64-bit) Edition Related posts: Windows 7 Build 7048 Screenshot Google Video, YouTube and Myspace Video Downloads with All-In-One Video Bookmarklet Download Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7048 32-bit (x86) Leaked DVD ISO Image Download Windows 7 Build 7048 x64 (64-bit) Edition AKASH TERI MA KI CHOD BHOSS DI WALLE http://www.mydigitallife.info/windows-7-new-sound-effects-schemes-free-download/ AKASH TERI MA KI CHOD BHOSS DI WALLE http://www.mydigitallife.info/windows-7-new-sound-effects-schemes-free-download/ AKASH MADAR CHOD Alvin Eng I’m now using Windows 8 after upgrading from Windows 7. After doing that, I’ve noticed only having the choice of No Sounds or Windows Default in my Sounds Drop-down. I’ve tried adding all these folders into my C:\Windows\Media folder without any success! Any help for me,please? Thank you! Alvin Eng OK, What am I doing wrong?! I’ve downloaded the .rar file and successfully unpacked it to have a large folder created containing the 13 smaller folders with the individual sound schemes. I then copied and pasted all 13 into my C:\Windows\Media folder. Since I did not see any new Sound Schemes like in the snapshot above, I figured I needed to restart my computer and Windows again, but that still did not help solve it! What am I missing here? Please help if you can! Thank you in advance! Panji Wuih apik iki randi teri ma ka chut madar chod ,bhosdi wale Toto Prayogo thanks alot … chevy still not there Dulan Copy the 13 folders,go to C:WindowsMedia and paste them there.then you’ll see them like the picture above. Teufel I have downloaded the file above but i don’t know how to add windows 7 sounds into sound scheme for xp… http://reddit.com Jae Agreed~! – And where has my goat gone? leavey how come i don’t see the 13 sound schemes like the picture shows above? Follow @TipTrickNet Get latest updates in email for free: Recent Articles Free 1000 Amazon Coins ($10) for Purchasing Any Android Apps How to Boot into Safe Mode (F8) in Windows 8 & 8.1 How to Remove or Show the Power Button on Windows 8.1 Start Screen Windows 8.1 Update Power User Guide for Business PDF Free Download How to Open Links from Windows 8 Store Apps (Metro/Modern) in Desktop IE More on Tip and Trick How To Watch Football (Soccer) League (UEFA Champions League) Online Free MSI WS60 20J the World’s “Thinnest and Lightest” Mobile Laptop Samsung To Launch Samsung Galaxy Note 4 On September 3 How To Choose The Right Chart Type For Numeric Data Uber for Windows Phone 8.1 Official Free Download

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Talking Stick Resort Appoints New Poker Director

Talking Stick Resort Appoints New Poker Director
Talking Stick Resort Appoints New Poker Director SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY, Ariz., July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Talking Stick Resort, an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC), proudly announces the appointment of a new director of poker for the ARENA poker room. With more than 20 years of experience in gaming, Thomas Young takes the reigns as the ARENA celebrates the 10-year anniversary of its famed Arizona State Poker Championship on Aug. 11 – 14. “As the largest poker room in Arizona, the ARENA is a source of pride for Talking Stick Resort,” said Dennis Leong, President & CEO of Talking Stick Resort. “In filling the director position, it was essential that we find someone with an ability to lead and a true passion for gaming and customer service. We believe we have found that person in Tom Young and are excited for what he will bring to the room moving forward.” Young’s first foray into gaming was in 1992 when he began as a poker dealer at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut. From there, Young worked his way up to assistant shift manager. Later in 2006, when his boss at Foxwoods moved to Las Vegas to serve as the poker director for the Venetian, Young followed and became a shift manager. In addition to his vast experience in large gaming facilities across the country, Young had exposure to poker long before his career in gaming. “My grandfather owned a two table card room when I was kid,” said Tom Young, director of poker for Talking Stick Resort. “My mom didn’t like poker so she didn’t let us go with grandfather too often, but I guess it’s in my blood.” Since joining Talking Stick Resort in February, Young has spent time getting to know the ARENA’s loyal staff and regular players. “I’ve enjoyed meeting with the players, and finding out what they want and what they are looking for in games,” said Young. “It’s a very busy room with great clientele. It’s fun seeing the same faces, and I’ve already gotten to know quite a few of them.” As for his plans for the ARENA poker room, Young’s objective is to increase attention on guest service in the room. “My intent isn’t to come in and change everything, I just want to refocus on servicing our guests and make sure everyone is on the same page and that we are consistent,” said Young. “I’m looking forward to my future with the ARENA and welcome the leadership role in working with events like the Arizona State Poker Championship,” said Young.  “So far, everyone has been supportive and the staff is really knowledgeable. My goal is to let them be experts in their fields and handle things, but with the assurance that I support them.” About Talking Stick ResortTalking Stick Resort is a AAA Four Diamond rated resort located just east of the Loop 101 Freeway and Indian Bend Rd. in Scottsdale, Ariz. In addition to relaxing in one of the 496 deluxe rooms and luxury suites, guests will enjoy several upscale amenities, including: a rejuvenating spa; six world-class restaurants; live entertainment lounges; a 240,000 square foot gaming floor; two pools and more than 100,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor meeting space. For more information on Talking Stick Resort, please visit www.talkingstickresort.com or call at (480) 850-7777. SOURCE Talking Stick Resort RELATED LINKShttp://www.talkingstickresort.com

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Comment on Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System by shambles1980

Comment on Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System by shambles1980
Comment on Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System by shambles1980 Operating Systems Nov 3, 2009 My Digital Life Editorial Team 15 Comments Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System Direct upgrade from 32-bit (x86-based) operating system of either Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 to 64-bit (x64-based) Windows 7 OS is not a supported upgrade paths to Windows 7. When user tries to run 64bit setup.exe Windows 7 installer from within 32bit operating system, the following error message will occur. Your computer can’t run this version of Windows. You need an installation disc that’s compatible with your computer. For more information, check your computer’s system information. If the user attempts to run the setup.exe stored in the root and “sources” folder of DVD disc media or ISO image, the following error will occur: The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you’re running. Check your computer’s system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher. So how to “upgrade” from 32-bit OS to 64-bit Windows 7? Unfortunately, there is no direct way to perform an in-place upgrade from 32-bit operating system such as x86 Windows XP or x86 Windows Vista to x64 Windows 7, with existing application programs and data retained. The only way to install x64-based Windows 7 on existing 32-bit Windows installation (or vice versa to downgrade from 64-bit to 32-bit OS), is to do a clean install, which indicated by “Custom (advanced)” installation during set up Windows 7 installation wizard. Here’s the brief guide for user who wishes to upgrade to 64-bit platform from a 32-bit Windows: Backup and save existing application settings and data to migrate to new system with Windows Easy Transfer. Note that installed programs won’t be migrated or ported over to new Windows. Alternatively, just manually do a backup and copying of all data files and personal documents, photos, images, videos, bookmarks and etc. Boot and start up computer using the 64-bit (x64) Windows 7 installation DVD disc media or a Windows 7 install USB key flash drive. Setting correct device boot sequence may be required at BIOS. Check out how to access BIOS. User who has Windows 7 ISO should burn the image to a physical disc with a CD/DVD optical burning software such as Nero and Ashampoo Burning Studio, or uses official Windows 7 DVD/USB ISO Download Tool to create bootable Windows 7 USB flash key drive or write to DVD. In Windows 7, it’s also possible to burn the ISO direct from Windows 7 Explorer without third-party software. User with x86 setup1.box and setup2.box ESD Windows 7 installation files or x64 setup1.box and setup2.box ESD Windows 7 installation files should follow steps to create and make a bootable ISO prior to burning. When prompted by Set up Windows installation wizard, select Custom (advanced). User is free to create, delete, modify, create or format partition volumes and hard disk drives before continuing the setup installation of Windows 7. If user choose to install over a partition or drive with existing Windows, user will be informed that current installation of Windows will be moved to Windows.old directory. Install and activate Windows 7 as usual. Tip: For end-user with a Windows 7 upgrade license, media and product key, an existing installation of Windows must exist for the upgrade version product key to be able to entered and activated properly. Thus, do not format the hard disk drive prior to loading the Windows 7 setup even if you intend to clean install, or else user has to use hack to complete the clean install the Windows 7 Upgrade. User can create or delete hard disk drive or partition during the setup via Custom (advanced) -> Drive options (advanced) option (note: a 100 MB system reserved partition may be created by Windows 7 Setup), or let Windows 7 install wizard backup the existing configuration to Windows.old folder, and then delete and wipe clean the whole partition volume prior to install Windows 7. 32-bit setup installer can be read and run in 64-bit operating system, but the in-place “downgrade” is equally not supported, with the following error been shown in compatibility report after a run of compatibility check: The following issues are preventing Windows from upgrading. Cancel the upgrade, complete each task, and then restart the upgrade to continue. You can’t upgrade 64-bit Windows to a 32-bit version of Windows. To upgrade, obtain a 64-bit version of the installation disc, or go online to see how to install Windows 7 and keep your files and settings. The above workaround to clean install Windows 7 works to downgrade from 64-bit to 32-bit Windows 7 too. Related posts: Download Internet Explorer (IE8) RTW MUI Language Packs Hack to Remove 100 MB System Reserved Partition When Installing Windows 7 Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta Full Browser Official Download Related posts: Download Internet Explorer (IE8) RTW MUI Language Packs Hack to Remove 100 MB System Reserved Partition When Installing Windows 7 Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta Full Browser Official Download shambles1980 this isn’t a work around you cock. its just doing what the friging disk would have told you to do. p lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll p zz p 44 Duc Anh I am going to upgrade my RAM to 8G too. Thank you so much for this useful article. santiago mi problema es que tengo windows7 x64 en mi computadora y quiero instalar XP de x86 y no me deja, ya investige algunas fuentes pero no me da resultado!! siempre falla de alguna manera.. con enlite ya mero salia pero no medeja guardar los archivos que puedo hacer!! Kyle I read a little of your article and from what I’ve got it sounds like you want to run programs from a 64 bit onto a 32 bit but my problem is the opposite. Kyle I have hte opposite problem. I want to run Land Before Time Activity Center but I get the non compatabile message…………even if I use Win XP service mode on the compatible mode. I wish there =was an answer as Dos Box will not take this game. What the this whole post is the biggest joke, pure BOLLOX! Zaur Hello anyone.I’m from Azerbaijan.Windows 7 ordinary key please give me.Thanks from now. http://WTF.com WTF this must be a joke. Bob In fact, just emailed the host to remove this article as it is rubbish. Bob I agree with Mike, what’s the point of this article? This is in no way a workaround to get around doing a clean install. Your process describes a backup with a clean install. Duh. Jerry Machin At the end, brought up a small question. your totally right about the small catch you have to BOOT up in 64 bit in order to install windows 64. Ok, I’ll give you that, as a given. But you mentioned booting up on a flash drive. provided you copied the image files from the windows 64 to a safe area in the new partition, D://Cab etc. etc. then booted up using the flash drive, and then transferred to D://Cab and run setup. Would that be a possibility? Steps: format secondary partition NTFS Set flash drive to boot into Windows 64 OS Boot transfer to D://Cab Run setup as it is Just am curious. Have known long time with Windows, any windows, 98-Me-Xp of those mentioned, you CAN do that. IS it not the same for Windows XP Pro 64 ? or Vista 64 Pro, or even Windows 7 64 Mike What’s the work around? If you have to do a clean install from 32-bit to 64-bit then there is no workaround. Your article title indicates you can upgrade. Anyone can do a clean install. Follow @TipTrickNet Get latest updates in email for free: Recent Articles Free 1000 Amazon Coins ($10) for Purchasing Any Android Apps How to Boot into Safe Mode (F8) in Windows 8 & 8.1 How to Remove or Show the Power Button on Windows 8.1 Start Screen Windows 8.1 Update Power User Guide for Business PDF Free Download How to Open Links from Windows 8 Store Apps (Metro/Modern) in Desktop IE More on Tip and Trick

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