CasinoTropez offers both a very extensive menu of games to choose from and also offers the ability to play in a live table game! At the top of your screen you'll see an actual person dealing cards. As they deal, the cards they lay on the real table appear on your computer screen directly below. If you've ever been concerned about the possibility of a casino fixing the cards or tampering with the Roulette wheel, this style can put your fears to rest.
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CasinoTropez offers some very generous promos for first time players. On your first deposit, they'll credit your account with up to $100 in extra money. (Some conditions apply as to when you can withdraw this free money.) On your second deposit, you can earn up to an additional $200 (again with some conditions). They also offer at 15% bonus if you make your deposits through their preferred partners and will also occasionally offer "loyalty bonuses" to past players. They even offer player comps and a VIP program both of which can be reviewed on their website.
Graphics look great at CasinoTropez. Sound effects are well done and there isn't a lot of clutter on the screen. It's very easy to maneuver around the site and understand how to place bets. Over a cable modem, speed never seemed to be an issue except when playing the live games they offer. This wasn't a network problem but rather a player problem. For example, it takes at least 2 - 3 minutes to play a single hand of Blackjack at a live table when the table is full. This slow play will slow down your potential loss rate but will make for a boring gaming session. If you want to play fast, stick to the one player games where it is just you playing against the house. Also be warned that if you want to cash out, they have a policy that you must cash out for at least $10. So if you have less than $10 in your account, you'll have to play it down to $0 or play until your winnings cross the $10 line.