Club Gold Casino Review

Took a little break for a while, but I just had to make it to some slots, just to get back in the game. I do have my favorite places to play, but I decided to give Club Gold a chance, although I did read some mixed reviews. First of all, I wanted to check out the no deposit offer, but it turns out that it is not available at the moment (I did find that out only after contacting the support), even though the site does mention free chips on the registration pages. Weird. Even so, you can score $100 worth of chips on Tuesdays, playing slots, and if you want to use the depositing bonus (200% for the first deposit), you get a 20x playthrough, which is not that bad at all.

This is a Playtech casino, so you can expect really good stuff there, and I still find Playtech games top tiers, very few can actually compete with it. What I also really appreciate is the fact that there are no additional downloads, just register, log in and play.

Although I was a bit tempted to try the Live Casino (you have roulette, baccarat and blackjack variants available), I decided to go with regular and progressive slots.

I was looking to try a game I haven’t played before (this is becoming more and more difficult), and I choose Gonzo’s Quest this time. The goal is of course, to find El Dorado, right through the jungle of Peru. There are 5 reels, 3 rows and 20 paylines, additional Free Spins and the Avalanche mode where the tiles are falling like Tetris, and not spinning. The regular multipliers go to 5x, but you can unlock a Free Fall feature and go up to 15x!

Well, I started out with a nice $20 deposit that is something of a regular thing for me, going all the way up to $65, which is more than I expected. I did have some falls, usually when selecting more than 3 lines at the same time, but I did some experimenting with coin value, which brought me back in the plus. I did cash out, no problems there, and I definitely think I will be hitting Club Gold and Gonzo again.


“I decided to go with regular and progressive slots”

  • This might need an update as those guys are no longer offering Netent games.. i believe they switched to some unfamiliar software that looks like a mix of RTG and Nextgen, and i did try a few of them, but wasn't really excited, but anyway, this article is pretty much outdated:)

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