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Just How Much of an All Star is All Star Slots
December 12, 2008 - The latest online casino to make the cut here at
OCS is none other than the inaugural licensee of Wizard Gaming Software -
Star Slots Casino. This new site caught our attention shortly after
reviewing Wizard Software. This, in itself, consisted of a personal interview
with one of Wizard Gaming's founders, who needless to say, has enjoyed a
successful foray in the gaming industry over the years, not to mention a solid
reputation running several credible gaming sites in the past.
That said, let's cut the chit-chat and get down to the
nitty gritty, shall we? First off, don't confuse All Star
Slots with All Slots Casino. While the latter is a great
place to throw down bets on a large selection of Microgaming-powered
slots, well....that there is the difference. All Slots is
powered by Microgaming Software, and as such, is no longer
open to U.S. players, whereas All Star Slots is keeping
their doors open to good 'ol Uncle Sam.
The thing about All Star Slots, is that their name is a
great indication of what this online casino is all about.
Yes indeed, their specialty is slots. And while you won't
find as large a selection compared to say Microgaming, the
quality and innovation of these games is top-notch. And to
be honest, who really wants a selection of over 100 slot
machines anyways? If you ask me, the important thing is to
know your favorite type of slot - whether it be five-reel,
three-reel, bonus slot, progressive. When you get
comfortable playing that type of machine (you might even
come to know the paytable like it's the back of your hand)
then you might want to consider giving something else a try.
Don't just because you can.
So, yes - All Star Slots currently only has slots for
play (23 total - comprised of sixteen 5-reel video slots,
four 3-reel machines and two progressive jackpot games).
Rest assured plenty more new releases are planned for the
future, as well as a table game package by Wizard Gaming,
including Blackjack by the end of 2008, as well as video
poker, roulette, craps, keno and baccarat by mid-2009.
Another thing worth mentioning about All Star Slots,
which is discussed in the
All Star Slots Review here at OCS, is the bonus
management system (Seriously, I don't know why I'm even
telling you this information to begin with....okay, I'm
lonely and need somebody to talk to - cough, cough, ladies
are you out there?).
Focus Sweetie!!!! Okay, so unlike other online casinos that
won't pay you a dime of your bonus money until the entire
play-through requirement is met, All Star Slots transfers
bonus money into real cash for every $125 played through
(it's a 25x wager requirement, which comes out to increments
of $5 in real cash). While this money is immediately
available for cashing out, just note that if you do decide
to cash out before the entire play-through is met, the
remainder of your bonus money will be void. All in all,
that's better than other bonuses that still keep you from
cashing out anything!
Oh, and another thing - All Star Slots Casino does in
fact offer a great bonus and promotions scheme. New players
can get 100% up to $100 Free, while all returning players
can receive up to $50 free every month and 10% back on
deposits made with select eWallets.
So, to answer the title of this oh so delectable blog
post, if All Star Slots was a baseball player, it would most
certainly make the team. Take that Wade Boggs!
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