GP: Play Casino Games with the Casino’s Money, Not Yours

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We all have access to so many more games than we used to, and with the abundance of choice of where to play online, some websites really make tempting offers to get you to sign up with them rather than elsewhere.

Casino sites are a case in point. Although I’d never considered playing games for money, I was always intrigued by what it would be like to play some of the classic casino games like roulette and blackjack. So, instead of ignoring all the flash-up ads I see for different casinos while I’m online, I actually clicked through to the other day to see what it was all about.

It wasn’t just a roulette site – I had thought it might be because of the name. Instead I discovered that it’s a casino site with over 500 games to choose from. These include games like roulette and blackjack, as well as things like lotto, scratch cards and quiz games.   Added to the mix are more than 300 online slots, so there are games galore to choose from. I loved playing slots at Many of the games can be played in practice mode. This is where you play the game as if you’re playing with real money bets, but in fact the coins you are using are virtual, so it’s all just for fun. The only downside I can see to this is that the wins you have will be virtual too! But for a bit of entertainment whenever the mood takes you, playing in practice mode is great.

Having had a good look around the site, I decided to actually sign up as a member. This gave me access to $32 of bonus playing credit, where I could play the games for real cash. There was a seven day time limit on this bonus, meaning I could use the money up over a week, so I could just pop onto the site when I had a few minutes to spare every now and then.

The next step – if I want to take it – is to put down some of my own money in order to qualify for a further bonus. At 32 Red, for every $10 that a new player puts down on their first cash deposit, they get a $32 bonus from the site, up to a limit of $160 in bonus credit. I haven’t done this yet, as I’m still really deciding whether I like the games enough, but the generous nature of the bonus appeals to my frugal nature. And even if I don’t have a lot of wins, I’m guaranteed to get plenty of entertainment out of the initial investment.

But the great thing about it is that I can just carry on playing for free in fun mode. Either way, I’m glad I clicked through to see what these casino games are all about!


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