Overview — If any of the online casinos were offline actual casinos, I wouldn’t play there. They’re all pretty tight. However, for entertainment from your seat at the computer, these are the best I’ve played.
At the top of my list is Facebook’s Double U Casino. It offers the best player perks in the form of free chips and other goodies. It’s set up like a virtual Vegas strip with several casinos. While the perks are generous, the machines that pay well aren’t easy to find.
The slots are well-designed with great graphics and bonuses. The thing I don’t like about the way the slot machines are set up is that you choose a machine based on the amount you want to bet (beginner, novice, intermediate, expert, and professional). There are a limited number of machines available in each casino and all the games are not available at all the casinos. There is a Low Rollers’ Casino where the maximum bet is $37,500 (intermediate level) and all the games are available. In addition to slots, I sometimes play Bingo or Keno. Other games include Roulette, Poker and other card games. If a player needs help, it’s easy to come by. The guy in charge, Kevin Smith, is fair.
I like Facebook’s High 5 Casino. The slots are colorful and if you don’t have a lot of chips, you can still play with a small bet. If Lady Luck shows up, the winnings are great and you can raise the stakes. I’ve been playing there for quite awhile, so I have unlocked most of the games. New players have to spin to unlock games that aren’t included in the basic package. Players start off at Level 1 (I’m on Level 140) and the games have levels as well, with free spins and chips rewarded for achieving new levels.
Cleos VIP Room is a casino that gets downloaded, which is how I play. If you like Wolf Run and 101 Lions, you can play them here. I find it convenient that the amount bet is remembered, so it doesn’t have to be reset each time you play. Resetting the amount bet is up to the player.
Jackpot Party Casino is a fun place. However, some of the slots are locked until you get enough credits to unlock them. Player perks are mediocre. At one time this was the only casino I played. I have found the others much more player friendly.
There are several other Facebook casinos that I don’t play. Even though they’re advertised as free slots, there’s nothing free about them.
Spending $10-20 or more for cyberspace money (chips) is too easy and you’re not out a lot of cash at one time. However, repeat purchases add up very quickly. Just be aware, because I’ve been shocked to find out how much money I had spent on chips.
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