(PRESS RELEASE) -- September was a big month for big winners at Australia's favorite casino, Fair Go Casino, and it was all about smart, plucky new punters showing what they can do. Last month's Biggest Spin-up Award goes to Anne, a first-time player from Queensland who decided to try her luck by depositing just $10 at Fair Go. There's nothing sweeter than spinning a tiny deposit into big, big money, and Anne went on a complete rampage, tearing up the Voodoo Magic and Kung Fu Rooster slots, turning $10 into $2,700 within a matter of hours. Anne told us it's enough to pay off her credit card and take the family up to the Gold Cost for much-needed break in a swanky hotel. "We are thrilled Anne was able to turn a small deposit into such a big win," said Rebecca Ryder, General Manager at Fair Go Casino. In fact, "beginner's luck" was the big theme in September, according to Ryder, as new punters increasingly took advantage of Fair Go's super-generous sign-up bonuses. Another lucky newbie, Clive, a 33-year-old man from Victoria, deposited $30 and immediately doubled his money, thanks to Fair Go's 100% welcome offer. He ended up cashing out $2,500. Meanwhile, Bill, a 35-year-old from Tasmania, wins the award for persistence. He failed to hit the big time with his first deposit of $20 in August, but came back in September with another 20 bucks. He ended the month with $4,500 in his account. A keen guitar wizard, he promises us he's going to buy the Gibson Les Paul Gold Top electric guitar he's coveted since he was a kid. Shout outs, too, to some of Fair Go's more adventurous first-depositors, including one 60-year-old New South Welshman, who bought in for $200 at Fair Go and promptly spun it up into $11,000. And how about the 25-year-old Queenslander who turned $100 into $5,106 in winnings? "More and more players are realizing that, at Fair Go Casino, you get exactly that: a fair go, via our fantastic sign-up bonuses," said Ryder. "This month, we're honoring the players that have been betting smart, while using our bonus scheme to turn small deposits into big windfalls. And you can't say fairer than that."