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Games and GraphicsAlthough Casino.Net offers a ‘no download' option, the recommendation is to download their software to provide a quality gaming experience. While the ‘no download' option is fast and easy (it opens a new window for the game lobby from which you can navigate to the different games), it suffers from some ‘hang ups' (literally) as the server connection goes offline inadvertently.
Despite this, however, the flash animation and graphics are excellent, and promise to give you some exciting times, especially when playing blackjack or roulette. The slots and video poker games are also media-rich, graphics-wise, and have their own appeal and fun side to play.
Game plays move swiftly and easily; payouts are excellent (whether you have a system of playing or not) and you find it easy to get ‘lost' in the games. Feel free to click on ‘practice' games to get a feel; sooner or later, however, the urge to play with real money takes over and you'll feel that you just have to give the site a chance.
Bonuses and PromotionsCasino.Net is big on bonuses and gaming incentives. It offers a 25 percent matchup on your first deposit, or 250 Euros, whichever is higher.
At the same time, Casino.Net offers a weekly 15 percent bonus on a deposit of 40 Euros or more - which can give you up to 150 Euros in bonuses alone. Opening a 100-Euro account using wire transfers, certified check or money order will also earn you a 100-Euro bonus. Using other deposit transaction schemes (e.g., Neteller or FirePay) also earns you a 20-Euro bonus on top of the signup bonus.
Casino.Net also runs monthly special promotional activities; at the same time, complementary points (which can be accumulated and turned into cash) are automatically credited on every wager made.
Cashouts are quick and easy. Your withdrawals can be released to you, via the approved channels, within one or two days from your filed request. Some players, however, complain that the security measures concerning the release of cashouts are a bit too much; whether the arrangements are too much or just right is – however – a matter of individual preference.
Lastly, the only other ‘major' problem with Casino.Net is that no US citizens are allowed to play – and the site monitors its players constantly to ensure that there is no violation of this rule.
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