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    Monte Carlo Casino Review

    Monte Carlo Casino tries harder than anyone else to bring a taste of Monaco to your home, and it largely succeeds. Whilst other casinos try and do the same thing, there are extra touches of refinement here that elevate it above its peer group - which is hardly surprising, when you realise that this site does actually belong to the famous Monte Carlo land casino. Whilst an online version of everything that world famous venue has to offer may seem a tall order, it's worth remembering that Caesars in Vegas managed to pull off the equivalent in the US, so why not do the same on this side of the Atlantic? Let's take a closer look in our Monte Carlo Casino review.


    This is a Net Entertainment casino through and through, which seems apt: After all, it’s as European as you can get, so a Swedish software supplier makes sense. Being a Net Ent casino also means no downloads are needed, and that you’ll get access to many of the best slots on the market. 

    Generally speaking, the presentation is as upmarket as you’ll find: You can access the slots via the ‘Games’ tab at the top of the main lobby, or select from four different, but equally swanky rooms to play in, each of which comes with its own background and jazz standards played on a piano for that extra bit of icing on the cake.

    La Terrasse sets your game against the twinkling lights of Monaco Bay, whilst Le Salon Europe takes you indoors for a continental-style atmosphere; La Salle Des Ameriques sets your games within an upmarket slots room, whilst Le Salon Prive opts for a more intimate, refined setting - and having visited each of these environments we can confirm that each has its own charm. 


    Simply put, Net Entertainment are abnormally choosy about who they licence their software to. If they're prepared to let a casino use it, then the casino has to meet a number of stringent selection criteria regarding safety security and more, and we were unable to dig up any negative comments in user forums about this casino either.


    Net’s range of slots is pretty unbeatable these days: There was a time not long ago when their games were raved about, but pundits and players felt there were gaps in the range with the lack of a headline progressive jackpot games and no branded slots.

    That’s no longer the case, however: Thanks to a fruitful deal with Paramount Pictures, Net have launched Frankenstein, using sound and images from the original Boris Karloff 1930’s version of the film, supplemented in 2012 by Scarface – which used visuals and clips from the definitive 1980’s Al Pacino classic. Whilst this still doesn’t match the number of branded slots put out by Playtech, it shows that Net can compete in this market and do it well.

    Their premier progressive slot is now held in the same esteem as the big name millionaire makers from Microgaming, too: Mega Fortune’s Miami Vice-style theming and unbeatable multi-wheel jackpot game attracted considerable attention in 2013 when a player from Finland broke the world progressive jackpot record in January with a €11 million-plus win; it also paid out over £4.5 million in May, and another £3.2 million-plus in August, so it’s now more than a match for the likes of Mega Moolah and Major Millions, both of which look rather old school in comparison.

    Other highlights include the wonderfully-complex, noir-esque Jack Hammer series, the brand new, Mario-influenced Reel Rush and the peerless Gonzo’s Quest: Still the best falling block game on the market and looking unassailable for the foreseeable future, this game is the only one we know of that’s had a direct clone

    Customer Service 

    The customer service area is marketed as as a rather snazzy concierge desk, and here you can access a long list of FAQs, send queries via an email form or write to the casino at their physical office address - which we particularly liked as most casinos tend to avoid giving this out at all costs.

    Payment Methods

    Deposit using credit/debit card, e-wallet, pre-paid card, UKash. Withdraw using credit/debit card, e-wallet, pre-paid card

    Currencies Accepted 

    Sterling, Euro, US/Canadian/Australian Dollars, Swedish Krone

    Freespins' Verdict 

    If you want your slots delivered on a silver platter with all the extra thrown in, then this is your casino. Aspiring James Bonds and glamour girls will love the highly-sophisticated feel of the place, and the banking and payment processing options are every bit as good as you’d expect.

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