Help me Google! Is Mega Moolah real?

Is Mega Moolah real?

Search engines are wonderful things that help people locate the pages and information that they need on the internet, however they are only as good as the phrases you use when searching. Occasionally, people will search for some of the more bizarre and unusual phrases on the Internet when it comes to even the most mundane things.

It's a relatively common mistake to make, we can all type in a phrase that we think will apply to one thing but actually brings up a whole host of results for something completely different. Sometimes, you can find people search for some of the most unusual things. I can remember working on a website where one of the top searches was for people looking for the worlds "golf" and "sex" in the same search.

How that works, I have no idea but it happens in all areas of the Internet, including of course for the Mega Moolah slot. That is not surprising given how popular the game is, especially following it awarding a £5.5 million win just a few days ago.

So in this article, we are going to address some of those crazier searches about Mega Moolah and not only that, we'll do our best to try and decipher what the person was asking and then help them by providing a helpful response.

Let's begin with a very common search for Mega Moolah and it is one that could be dragged up from the pits of existential angst.

  1. Is Mega Moolah Real?

I often wonder if the person searching for this online is considering the nature of reality and existence, much in the same way that great philosophers like Sartre, Kierkegaard and Camus all have in the past. I'll admit, it's probably unlikely that they were calling into question the nature of reality and whether the world has had a collective delusion, pretending Mega Moolah exists when in their reality it does not.

Or could it be that Mega Moolah is, in the mind of this particular search engine user, somewhat akin to the cat in Heisenberg's famous thought experiment, in which the cat can be both dead and alive until observed by the viewer.

I'm guessing though that this may not have been the thought of the users in question and instead they just wanted to check that all the fantastic things that they have read about the Mega Moolah slot (and if you want to do that too, then www.megamoolah.com is a great place to start) are about a real game.

Well the good news for these users is that, yes Mega Moolah is a very real slot and it is a slot that can, on any spin, make you a millionaire in the currency in which you are playing. Whether what else you have read about Mega Moolah is true or not, depends on where you read it, but like we said above, for the real facts about the game and plenty of interesting player questions answered the the FAQs section, which is a fabulous place to learn more about the game.

What is interesting is that there are a number of other popular searches along these lines, such as "Mega Moolah Fake", or "Mega Moolah Real or Fake" and even "Mega Moolah Jackpot Fake". Quite what these people are trying to find out I am not sure, but I can assure them everything you read about Microgaming's Mega Moolah on a reputable, reliable site, like MegaMoolah.com, is correct, true and real.

  1. Mega Moolah Palms

I have to admit, this one has me stumped. I have no possible idea how the people who search for this phrase see palms being linked to Mega Moolah. Could it be that people are searching for big winners at the Palms? Or perhaps they are searching whether the Mega Moolah game was available at the Palms Casino Resort, and my gut reaction is that this may well be the case.

However, as Mega Moolah is an online game and the Palms is a real-world casino resort in Las Vegas, the chances are zero for the game to be available in the slots lounge of the casino. Besides this, the Mega Moolah game is not available to US residents due to licensing issues and gambling laws.

  1. Mega Moolah Quebec

It's generally quite common to find a place name in a search with Mega Moolah, Mega Moolah India, Mega Moolah UK, and similar searches for the likes of Australia, New Zealand and other places around the world are relatively common and it is pretty obvious that the person searching is looking for how to play the game in that part of the world.

So for that we're going to take Mega Moolah Quebec as our example as a tribute to the 14 different winners that have landed their prize in Canadian Dollars over the years. Who knows, some among them could well be Québécois or Quebecers, as the Quebec-natives are known. It's clear from various internet searches such as Mega Moolah Quebec how the Québécois really feel about the independence question.

The easiest way to find out whether Mega Moolah is available from Canada, or any other part of the world is to head over to the Country page. There you can access a search page which will allow you to search any nation to find out if you can play Mega Moolah there and if so, what casinos are available for you to play Mega Moolah at.

There's even details on the best sign up offers for each casino, which can help you get started playing the game with some additional bonus funds in your pocket too. Tres bon as the Québécois would say!

  1. Mega Moolah Trick

My, my we are such an untrusting lot aren't we? It's clear that some people still have a bee in their bonnet about whether the Mega Moolah slot is genuine or not as this search item seems to indicate. Of course it is real, no it is not a trick and yes, you really can win a prize of at least a million (and often much more) on any qualifying spin in the game.

Of course, they could be wondering if in addition to being a fabulous online slot, whether Mega Moolah has any magical qualities up its sleeve? Having said that, there are some tips and tricks that will help your game play.

Stay tuned... we'll keep an eye out for more unusual yet interesting Mega Moolah Google terms!

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