On this page, I offer online casino reviews. Unlike some of the other gambling portals you’ll find, I don’t claim that my reviews are unbiased. That’s ludicrous on the face of it.
I do claim that these are trustworthy and detailed reviews, though.
If your goal is to find new casino sites at which to play slots, you’ll enjoy the sites I review here.
If I didn’t think so, I wouldn’t have published the review. See how that works? Of course I’m biased toward the casinos featured here. I don’t have time to write an entire online casino review if it’s not someplace I’d recommend.
When writing these, I tried to focus on user experience. But, more importantly, I focus on the safety of the reader, too. I only review casinos with appropriate licensure, reasonable terms and conditions, and legitimate banking methods.
The sites reviewed here also all offer excellent customer service and random games.
Here’s what you can expect from these reviews:
- A letter grade from A to F, with an A+ being the best rating
- A description of the games available
- Details of bonuses and promotional offers
- Payment and withdrawal methods
Here’s a list of my online casino reviews:
Land-Based Casino Reviews
I’ve also written reviews of various land-based casinos and their slot machine offerings:
- Atlantis – This is a popular casino in Reno, Nevada.
- Ballys Atlantic City – What is there to say about Atlantic City casinos? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
- The Bellagio – The slot machine reviews on my Bellagio page are also popular with readers.
- Binions – One of the oldest casinos in Downtown Vegas.
- Boomtown – Just outside of Reno.
- Caesars – Old school luxury on the Vegas Strip.
- Circus Circus – The best casino for families, and it’s located at the north end of the Strip.
- Club Cal Neva – In downtown Reno.
- El Dorado – Another cool Reno casino.
- Excalibur – The King Arthur theme used to be more obvious.
- Flamingo Las Vegas – It doesn’t get much more old-school than playing slot machines at the Flamingo.
- The Golden Nugget – This is the nicest luxury property in Downtown Vegas.
- Hard Rock – Just like the restaurant chain.
- Harrahs Atlantic City – Smaller and less well-known than other casinos, but still worth playing slots at.
- Luxor – Older now but still nice. Good room rates, too.
- Mandalay Bay – What are the best slots to play here?
- Monte Carlo – European luxury in Sin City.
- MGM Las Vegas – Another popular, venerable casino.
- The Mirage – This is the most popular of the land-based casino reviews on the site. The Mirage is a big, famous property in Las Vegas, so I’m not surprised by all the interest.
- New York New York – A surprising recreation of the Big Apple.
- The Palms – Tropical gambling luxury.
- Peppermill Reno – I enjoyed the buffet there a few years ago.
- Planet Hollywood – This is where I like to stay.
- The Plaza – This is one of the better Downtown casinos in Las Vegas for slot machine players.
- Rio Suites – All suites. Good for families.
- Silver Legacy Reno – A cool, older casino in Reno, Nevada.
- The Strat – Formerly the Stratosphere. Before that, it was Vegas World.
- Treasure Island – They used to have a cool pirate show, but that is no more.
- Tropicana – Another oldie but a goodie.
- The Venetian – Another luxury property.
- Wynn – One of the most luxurious casinos ever.
- Louisiana Casinos – This is a blog post I wrote about where to find the loosest slots in Louisiana.
- Arkansas Casinos – Inspired by the popularity of the Louisiana post, I wrote one about Arkansas, too.
Slot Machine Game Reviews
And you’ll also find reviews of specific games on the site. Many of these are playable for free or real money online, although some of them are still only available via one type of casino. (In other words, some slots games are only online, while others are only in land-based casinos.)
- Airplane – Based on the still-funny Zucker Brothers film from 1980.
- Amazing Sea Monkeys – Does anyone else remember these from the ads in the backs of comic books?
- Carnival of Mystery – Who doesn’t like carnivals?
- Catch a Wave – From IGT, the largest slot machine manufacturer in the business.
- Crazy Cherry – One of the most popular slot symbols is the cherry. Did you know that it’s because the machines used to give out candy?
- Dam Lumberjack Beavers – Beavers are not as popular a theme for these games as you might think.
- Denver Duck – For some reason, ducks are popular themes for slot machine games.
- Double Diamond 2000 – This one can be found almost anywhere and is amazingly popular.
- Easy Riches – A popular progressive.
- Family Feud – Old game shows always make the best gambling games.
- Haywire – A hugely popular game from IGT.
- Hee Haw – I wonder how many of my readers are old enough to remember this show?
- Hexbreaker – This is my favorite IGT game.
- Hunt for Neptune’s Gold – One of VGT’s most popular games. Available mostly in Oklahoma casinos.
- Krakatoa: East of Java – A volcano themed slot machine game,
- Lucky Ducky – Another popular red screen slot machine game from VGT. I don’t know why ducks are so popular with slots designers. Might be because of McScrooge.
- Lucky Lion Fish – There’s an animal you don’t see with a slot machine every day.
- Madame X – Ooh, mysterious!
- The Munsters – Another game based on an old television show.
- Mr. Lucky Fortune Cookie – This might get cancelled as racist in today’s environment, but it’s a fun game if you’re not offended by such things.
- Mr. Moneybags – This game calls to mind the board game Monopoly, but it’s unrelated.
- Penguin Pays – People like cute animals on their slot machine games, apparently.
- Polar High Roller – Another popular game found in Oklahoma casinos.
- Red Hot Ruby – Another VGT game. My review of this one includes a video.
- Reel Em In – Obviously has a fishing theme.
- Star Spangled Sevens – Another popular Oklahoma game.
- Stinkin’ Rich – Wealth is a common slot machine theme.
- Tabasco – If it’s a well-known brand, it’s probably available as a slot machine somewhere.
- Top Dollar – A good game for high rollers.
- Winning Bid 2 – This one’s from designer WMS.
I’ll expand this page with additional reviews soon.