SlotsPlus Review

With it becoming increasingly more difficult to find online casinos that accept U.S. players, when I this casino that does, I felt compelled to give it a review. Slots Plus is a Real Time Gaming (RTG) powered casino run by the Main Street Vegas group, who also operate Las Vegas USA, Sun Palace, and Vegas casino online.

The website explains in detail what to expect as a player at Slots Plus, though the game previews were confusing when trying to find out which were available, and more information on how to get started with the flash version would have been appreciated.
The customer support area has live chat, a support e-mail address, and telephone numbers listed; toll-free in Canada and the U.S. but with a long distance number posted for the rest of the world.

At the time of my review the promotions page listed a 125% deposit bonus for new players on first deposits between $25 and $100. Play through requirements were listed at
40x the deposit plus bonus on slot machines, or 100 as if any Blackjack, 21, Pontoon, or Video Poker is played. Craps, Baccarat, Roulette, and Sic Bo were ineligible towards any play t through requirements. While I don’t normally take bonuses, I thought it was worth noting for those that do, since this is a ‘slots focused’ casino and the 40x slots play through may be acceptable to some as such (be careful not to stray over to the table games or video poker though to avoid having it turn into a 100x requirement).

After running through the website it was time to get started, and I opted for the download version of the casino the initial installation file was a little under 500k, which downloaded quickly. In a few minutes the base casino installation was completed, and I registered a real money account nice and quickly on the provided form.

With my account registered and the software downloaded I was ready to make my first deposit, which I did using my credit card without a problem. I put $100 into my account and was off the games!

First up was, the always popular game of Blackjack, which was available in it’s classic form as well as some variations; Perfect Pairs, Face Up 21, Super 21, and Match Play 21
for players looking for something different. I tried out each of them, one by one, and lost a few dollars initially, but then got it back when a side bet on Perfect Pairs hit. Each of the games looked good – not the best I’ve ever seen – but adequate. What I did like was the speed of the games, the hands were dealt very quickly, and I got a lot of bets on the table in a short about of time (though I guess not everybody prefers the fast-pace like I do).

Next up was the Baccarat table, which looked pretty good, and again played fairly well. I liked that it showed a quick hand history with one click on tab (collapsing when you’re not looking at it), and low table limit of just $1 a bet was a refreshing change from the $5 or $10 minimums. On the flip side, the $250 maximum is arguable not high enough for true “high rollers,” though I suspect higher limit tables could be arranged for the right VIP’s.

Before moving on to some of the ‘staple’ games I normally review, I decided to try out some of the ‘other’ table games offered. Red Dog, Pai Gow, Let’em Ride, Sic Bo, Caribbean Stud, Casino War, and quite a few other ‘alternative’ games that were offered, each of which looked pretty similar to one another; this is not a particularly bad thing – the
graphics were motivating and familiarity between each games layout made it easier to switch between games without any confusion. Most of the table games had low minimums of just a $1, though some started at $5 a bet, with a respectable maximum of $250; which is slightly lower than I’m normally used to seeing at other casinos.

I had lost a few dollars from my original bankroll before deciding to move on to the Craps table. The craps table itself looked fine, but as I’ve complained before at other RTG casinos – I really don’t care for the look of the dice (they are ’jagged’) and the close up of the table/dice when they’re finished rolling (both jagged and blurry). Still it’s a minor grievance at best, and doesn’t affect the game play.

My comments on the Roulette table are pretty similar to what I had said about the Craps; the table looked good, the game played well, but the inside of the wheel and the close up on the ball had a jagged look to them. If you’re not particular on how things look it shouldn’t bother you, obviously I’m a little picky. While I didn’t play especially long on either the Craps or Roulette tables, I managed to break even overall on the bets I did make.

The Video Poker selection was impressive; there were seventeen different types in all listed in the menu. All but three of the games were available in single hand, 3 hand, 10 hand, 52 hand or 100 hand versions as well, making for an array of options for Video Poker fans. While the variety was more than adequate, some of the games were arguably
Not too easy on the eyes – especially the multi-hand machines. Once again, that set aside, everything played and paid just fine.

Before hitting the slots, I checked out a couple of the ‘other’ games; Keno and Bonus Bingo. I’m not a huge fan of either, no matter where I’m playing, but both of them seemed to hold up as well as anything similar I’ve seen elsewhere. Those of you who are familiar with Keno and Bonus Bingo would say they played similar to what you would expect.

The slot machine selection was pretty impressive, with sixteen different classic slots to choose from and nearly three times as many video slots. These included a dozen progressive jackpot machines and lots of different bonus games of all themes, and colors. A few of the older games may have seemed a little dated by today’s standards, but were plenty of newer additions that were well done that I genuinely enjoyed playing. It didn’t hurt that I got quite a few decent payouts on more than one machine I played at, and after a couple of hours of trying out the one armed bandits I managed to defy the house edge this time around by logging a win.

In the end, a few nice hits on the slot machines allowed me to cash out a respectable $300 of my initial deposit of $!00 (at one point it was closer to $400, but I got a little greedy!).
Cashing out required me to fill out and send in some documents, which I did using an uploaded form available on their website. If you have a scanner this makes the process a little easier than having to photocopy and/or fax them in, (and of course, a LOT easier if you don’t have a fax machine handy).

Now, I’ll preface this by saying that these days you can expect longer delays cashing out at most online casinos, due largely to recent financial regulations making money transfers to some jurisdictions much harder. That said, it took nearly two months to finally receive a check, a lot longer than I would have expected.

Would I recommend Slots Plus to my readers? For those outside of the U.S. it probably wouldn’t be one of my first picks, namely because of the delay in my cash out. With that in mind, while it took a little longer than I would have liked to receive payment, and some of the games weren’t the best looking – there was a good selection of entertainment to choose from, good support options available, and quite a few other redeeming qualities at Slots Plus, so while it won’t get my recommendation exactly, I wouldn’t recommend against giving it a try either if you’re so inclined.


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