For my third deposit, I decided I would not take up that 50% deposit bonus, simply because it was too little, and also because I didn't get the bonus for my second deposit. I don't know why I didn't get it, so I wasn't about to make that same mistake this time around. If I'm not going to get a bonus with my deposit, then I might as well just deposit without claiming for a bonus. That would keep everything clean and clear, with no restrictions whatsoever on my deposit.
And so, I deposited another $20, and went straight into the game Supe It Up again. It was playing cold and badly for the previous two sessions, so I figured things would probably change for the better sooner or later. Well, I wasn't far wrong! The third time around, the game played so much better. I even managed to get two times of 5-of-a-kind win on the Green car, but pity it wasn't during the free spins game, otherwise, I would have made a wonderful 600x total bet win! But this third session was satisfying enough for me, even though I finally lost all of that $20 deposit. But what the heck, no one could possibly expect to make a nice good win on Supe It Up with just a $20 starting balance. Usually, even a $100 starting balance would not be enough! But that's how the game is - a high variance game. Big wins just do not easily, hehehe.
Is there a fourth deposit bonus offer? Damn, there isn't any. So my next play at Golden Star Casino would have to be with just my deposit money. When? I cannot say for certain, but I would surely be back to have another go on Supe It Up. This game has now 'souped' me three times at Golden Star Casino, so I must 'soup' it back at least one time, hahaha.