Millionaire Casino Review
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Hi, I’m Gordon and just finished playing at Millionaire casino. I’ve been playing at Millionaire casino for the past 5 days and thought I’d offer my two-bit review for those who have yet to discover Millionaire casino.
Let me start with the software download – if my memory serves me right, the first file I had to download was something like 2MB. Once you download and install it, it requests for more files to be downloaded and the entire process is relatively painless and trouble free.
All available games too are automatically downloaded so that you have access to the entire range of games right from the start rather than having to download as and when required and then having to wait while the installation happens. Registering and making my first deposit was quick, easy, and hassle free.
Millionaire Casino promotions
Before I tell you about the games, let’s start with the bonuses and promotions
The bonuses at Millionaire Casino are large and generous, no wonder it is called ‘Millionaire’ casino. As a new player you get a 100% bonus up to $2,000 for your first deposit, a 100% bonus up to $1,000 for your second deposit and a 100% bonus up to $2,000 for your third deposit. This adds up to a potential 100% bonus up to $5,000 (restrictions apply).
In addition Millionaire Casino provides weekly and loyalty bonuses for their regular players. The weekly bonuses are 25% on Monday, 50% on Wednesday and 75% on Friday, all up to $250 each. The loyalty bonus is a 5% bonus on every deposit up to $100 per month.
Millionaire Casino games
The moment you enter there’s a really nice ‘comfy feeling’ lobby that put me at ease because it felt like I was in a familiar environment. The available games have been nicely grouped and it’s easy to find your favorite game.
Most of the games at Millionaire casino have variations. For example, blackjack had 4 versions, including a new one called ‘perfect pairs’. I haven’t had the time to try it out yet but intend to next week. At a glance it appeared that ‘Perfect pairs’ is played using Vegas Strip rules, but with twist – you win if the first two cards dealt to a hand are a pair. Now what can be simpler, uh?
Millionaire casino has a beautiful roulette table very nicely done and it looks and sounds real too. The minimum bet on all spots is $5. The roulette wheel at Millionaire casino spins and stops quite quickly so you don’t have to twiddle your thumbs while the animation plays itself out. It took some effort to tear myself away from the roulette wheel because I made a decent pile here. I always prefer not to push a winning streak too much least I lose it all.
Another game I recommend at Millionaire casino is the Five Card Mulligan. Starting at just $1 on the Ante and bonus spots, the game plays like 5 card poker. Although my bank didn’t increase by much, I liked this game and had good fun playing it.
Casino Hold’em poker too has a lovely table and plays much like the Texas Hold’em game including bonuses. Now here’s a surprise you will appreciate. At Millionaire casino the baccarat table has a $5 minimum bet which is lower then other Blackjack tables and other card games. On a personal note, the colors used on the baccarat table were non-standard and struck me as a bit odd. Not sure of the purpose behind it so just thought I’d mention it here.
I tried the craps table but didn’t like either the animation or the way it played out. Something about it didn’t quite click so I moved on to the ‘The Let It Ride’ table which looked fabulous. Minimum here was $1 with additional bonus payouts. At Millionaire casino they call the players options as ‘Fold’ and ‘Call’ rather than ‘Call’ and ‘Raise’.
PaiGow and Red Dog too had great animation and effects. Again, the minimum here was $1 and the maximum bet $200. Then there was Tri-Card Poker and Casino War. They both looked cool but I decided to give them a skip this time and try them out next week.
After a while, I went back to the Millionaire casino lobby to try out my luck at the slot machines. There was ‘Traditional’ Slots, Video Slots, 3 Reel Slots, Bonus Slots and progressive games. The video slot also had 5-reel and 7-reel machines. Most of the video slot games at Millionaire casino can be played with just 20 cents per spin with all lines selected.
Secret Tip: Jesters Jackpot seems to pay back well. It’s not a great looking machine but hey, I didn’t mind if it paid back well.
At Millionaire casino, the 3-reel machines are the ‘traditional’ slot machines though for some unknown reasons are shown as video slots rather than the ’3 Reel Slots’. However before you make a beeline for them, you should know that the minimum here is $2 which means it costs you $6 a spin when you ‘Bet Max’. The first time I tried the handles of the slot machines I thought there was a bug in the software because nothing happened. Then I realized that the handles attached to the machine were for decorative purposes only- I couldn’t click on them to make the reels spin.
The progressive games at Millionaire casino have a pretty impressive jackpot. The payouts are bit low level but quite frequent.
At the end of my first week of play at Millionaire casino, my balance was $400 which was not bad considering I had deposited $150. I had requested for withdrawal on Saturday but actually received the money on Monday which I thought was pretty quick.