Monte-Carlo Casino

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Monte-Carlo Casino in a nutshell


Asia has Macau, America of course has Las Vegas, but for Europeans THE place to gamble has always been Basingstoke … sorry, Monte Carlo. A special administrative area of Monaco, Monte Carlo (meaning ‘Mount Charles’, which explains why it was always a popular haunt of Camilla Parker-Bowles before she got married) is synonymous with extravagant wealth, movie stars, high society and of course, high stakes gambling.

Turning to the online world, Monte-Carlo Casino is a web-based casino with sleek looks and a sensual appeal. You can don your glad rags, cover your face in slap and indulge in some amazing online wagering. But how does the Monte-Carlo Carlo casino compare with its land-based namesake?

First impressions are fantastic – the VIP and bonus structure are generous (roulette counts 25% towards wagering requirements), and manual flushing is permitted. Keep on reading to find out more  …

What’s the look and feel of Monte-Carlo Casino?


The design of the Monte-Carlo casino is a tiny bit retro, but we like casinos that don’t go for the cluttered approach, and that’s the style that’s adopted here. Besides, the lack of imagery makes for faster loading times. The site is also extremely easy to navigate around.

    What games are available at Monte-Carlo Casino?


    The real Monte Carlo is more about table games than slots, but the opposite is the case at the Monte-Carlo Casino.

    Many of the online gambling world’s top slots games are available here, thanks to providers which include the wonderful NetEnt and the almost-as-ace Microgaming. Slots fans will recognise top slotty titles such as Twin Spin, Neon Staxx and Rainbow Riches. You can vote for which slots you like the best, so other punters can then see which slots are rated the slottiest!

    The spirit of Monte Carlo is firmly displayed by the table games on offer, as really only roulette, blackjack and punto banco (baccarat) are available to play. All games are available to play in a range of wager limits.

    Adding to the mix are four versions of video poker, and live blackjack and roulette. We might have expected a more expansive range of games, but you wouldn’t find craps, sic bo or keno at a Monte Carlo casino, so why would you expect them at the online version?

    • Video Poker
      Video Poker
    • Slots
      Slots
    • Roulette
      Roulette
    • Blackjack
      Blackjack
    • Baccarat
      Baccarat


    Monte-Carlo casino is a little light on providers – just NetEnt, Microgaming, Amaya and Jadestone.

    All games are played in your chosen browser – no downloading and installation is necessary.

    The casino has a very snazzy HTML5-based site for mobiles and tablets.

    What promotions are available at Monte-Carlo Casino?


    If you’ve got the cash to splash then you’ll always be welcome in Monte Carlo, but do you have to have more money than sense to play at the Monte-Carlo online casino?

    Thankfully, the answer is no, unless you are really, really dumb. In fact the Monte-Carlo casino will ease your entrance with one of those welcome bonuses we’re always banging on here about at Right Casino.com.

    Newbs have £1,000 waiting for them, as long as they can stump up £1,500 in deposits. Like so many bonuses these days, the bonus is split over your first four deposits:

    • 1st Deposit – 100% match bonus up to £250
    • 2nd Deposit – 50% match bonus up to £250
    • 3rd Deposit – 50% match bonus up to £250
    • 4th Deposit – 100% match bonus up to £250

    To receive each one of the bonuses you need to make a minimum deposit of £20.

    If you click on the ‘+’ sign underneath the bonus details on the promo page the T&Cs associated with the bonus pops up. Unfortunately, they are quite lengthy, but the important stuff is easy to find. The wagering conditions (for most countries) is 40x the bonus amount only, which is pretty standard and on the positive end of the bonus spectrum. For some nations the WRs go up to 60x, so it’s best to check the T&Cs to learn your expectations.

    Game weightings? Sure!

    • Slots (some slots are excluded – see below) – 100%
    • Roulette – 25%
    • Blackjack – 5%
    • Live roulette, live blackjack – 2%
    • Table games, card games, all other games – 0%

    The list of excluded slots is very slim – just Day of the Dead, Transformers, Da Vinci Diamonds and Golden Goddess at the time of writing.

    Those weightings are also pretty standard, although roulette is nicely on the high side. It’s also unusual for a casino to allow live games to contribute towards wagering requirements at all.

    The T&Cs do go on a bit, but after our close scrutiny, we didn’t find anything worthy of alarm.

    What we did find were a number of other tantalising promotions on offer, including a ‘new player prize’ draw in which the winner was due to take home £5,000! We also got slightly dizzy upon seeing another promo which involved a trip to the real Monte Carlo! Just how cool would that be?

    You’d expect VIPs to get a little red carpet treatment at the Monte-Carlo casino and guess what? You’re not wrong! The ‘Cercle Club’ is open to all by earning Cercle Points you boost your way up the VIP levels. Reach Diamond Level for some true, VIP fun, games, real-life experiences and special VIP-only trips!


    There’s nothing at all to complain about with the available cashier methods at Monte-Carlo. Credit and debit cards are covered of course, as are Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard and Ukash. There are no fees and a minimum deposit of £8. The maximum you can deposit is a cool half a million!

    There are no withdrawal limits as such, but there are limits ‘per transaction’. The amount is dependent upon the payment method used. For example for Skrill and Neteller it’s £10,000.

    This casino is also a rarity these days as it allows manual flushing, although only for VIP customers.

    The final verdict


    If you’ve can’t afford the bus fare to join in with the gambling fun in Monte Carlo, then a virtual trip to the Monte-Carlo casino is your next best choice. There is very little we can find to fault, and even if we did, it would be nick-picking. Okay … maybe a few more table games?

    Head to the Monte-Carlo casino with our blessing, Could you become ‘the man who broke the bank at (the) Monte-Carlo’ online casino? Maybe not, but with a bit of responsible playing, you’ll certainly have some fun trying!