RoadHouse Reels is now using the BetOnSoft but was one of the rare Microgaming casinos to have decided to not pay its affiliates once they shut down the US facing operation but still service the existing US clients essentially breaking contractual obligations, as a player I would urge you to use caution with a company that employs such tactics.
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Road House Reels is a casino run by Grand Prive with an attractive home page. On first glance the player is promised a $100 free bonus if they download the casino's software. Players should be sure to read all the small print surrounding this bonus offer to make sure they what they see is what they get.
Players wishing to begin play will have to follow the download instructions. Unfortunately there is not much information available on the download needed. It simply opens a file for you. A player should be told how much memory is needed, what type of platform they are downloading etc. This makes it a bit worrying for the player who does not know what they are installing on the computer. In addition, there is a link for existing players to download an upgrade – something which is usually done automatically on most online casino sites.
The page entitled 'banking' leads to a really text heavy page which should probably be edited down to the main points. This makes it difficult to figure out which credit cards or online wallets can be used in order to make deposits on the website. There is a section saying 'credit/debit card & visa' can be used on the site which isn't very informative. Road House Reels does work with Neteller in United States dollars, British pounds and European Euros.
The website is a light blue colour with a picture of a bunch of cherries on it, which is nice, though not particularly sophisticated and it's hard to figure out what that has to do with the title of the site Road House Reels. Clicking on any of the symbols for table games on the homepage of the site will take the customer to a bunch of fruit machine type games that no one has ever heard of before. Actually clicking on any of the pictures of games on the homepage takes the customer to the same place. If you fancy a game of 'Worlds at War' you're in luck, otherwise you'll be disappointed.
There is a long list of games placed on the site but they are quite random in nature and unlikely to be what someone looking to have some fun gambling is there to play. There are lots of forms of poker there, but someone who has played poker in any serious way is unlikely to want to play a little electronic, half fruit machine half poker type of game. The same applies for blackjack and roulette.
Today there is a huge amount of competition in the online gaming market and the one hundred dollar bonus on offer (the main bonus mentioned above) can't possibly hope to compare with the five and six hundred dollar bonuses on offer from the larger websites. This site needs to provide more substance to potential customers than is currently on offer - more bonuses and in general more value for money.
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