Just about every North American in the world tonight dreams
of winning it big. In fact, when it comes to the world of travel and
exploring the world, there is one destination that many people feel is
not an option; one has to go there at least once in his or her lifetime.
This is because this destination is Las Vegas, and anyone who knows
anything about North America knows that Las Vegas is the gambling
capital of the world. What about those of us who either don't
have the money or simply don't want to go all the way to Nevada to get
the mother load? For these people, there is All Star Slots. This
is just one of literally hundreds, or possibly even thousands, of new
gambling websites that are popping up like golden weeds in the
proverbial garden, and as such, it has a lot of competition. So how does
it hold up?
First of all, one needs to register with
the site before being able to play. This means sending them physical
proof of your identification and method of payment, which they claim
they will not share with anyone. This can be a little irritating, but
for obvious reasons, it shows that they take their business seriously.
According to the website, there are
approximately one hundred and twenty different games that you can play,
such as slots, poker, blackjack, and craps, but the vast majority of
their games appear to be different variations of slots, which shouldn't
come as a surprise given the name of the website. Most of these games
have little bonuses that you can win within them, such as free spins,
and claim to have generous odds in order to try to attract more people
to their games.
Beyond the minor bonuses within their
games, they also offer overall bonuses throughout, such as almost $800
just for signing up, and almost $2000 in weekly bonuses available for
the potential lucky winners.
One thing that I found fairly irritating
is that if you want to use this website, you have to actually download
special software that will give you access to the site. This is probably
not a big deal to most people. I am somebody who likes to just keep
things simple. Why not just run the website from a web based server?
Finally, there are a wide variety of
ways to pay into the site, and to withdraw your winnings. According to
the website, they pride themselves on having a variety of instant access
methods in order to collect your winnings. However, I didn't see PayPal
anywhere on the website, which should, if the website is serious, be a
no brainer. Instead you have a variety of different options that I've
never heard of, such as an EcoCard and Click2Pay. So in theory it sounds
nice that they have a lot of different options available for you, but
at the same time, these options are almost useless for the majority of
All in all, I would give the website a try. It seems to be a
very solid attempt at an online casino, and although they don't have
PayPal, they do have a wide variety of other instant payment options,
which means that you should be able to find at least one that will work