Welcome to my Titan Casino Review. I’ve been playing at Titan since it launched, and I have played there enough to give a full and honest review of Titan Casino.
Titan Casino Review:
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Titan Casino Review: Support & Security:
When it comes to support and security, Titan Casino are top notch. Once you have logged in with a unique numbered username and secure password, you are immediately greeted by a casino host. This person is there to assist you if you need to deposit, offer any support you need, and answer any questions that you may have. If you request a bonus from the casino host, they may even give you one as well, depending on your past play at Titan Casino.
What’s great is the casino host is simply a click away after you close the window. There’s an “online support” option and if you click it a chat box appears and you are connected to support instantly. It was great playing at Titan Casino, and knowing that if I ever had any problems, support was just a click away.
As if that wasn’t enough, Titan offer a very detailed help section to cover any questions one may have. This help section covers depositing, withdrawing, installing the casino software, downloading the casino software and so much more. Along with all the technical help, the help guide also gives thorough rules and details on all of the casino games available at Titan Casino.
Titan Casino Review: Bonus Code:
Titan Casino offer a €4000 free welcome bonus, although this is a little misleading. This isn’t one big casino signup bonus which you claim in one deposit – it’s spread over multiple deposits and over 26 weeks. For example the first deposit you make, you will get a 100% up to €200 bonus. Then there is 6 monthly bonuses of 100% to €200, as well as 26 weekly bonuses of 100% up to €100, and all this works out to €4,000.
The bonus wagering requirement however is just 20x which is excellent compared to a lot of other casinos, and due to that it is recommended that you take advantage of this bonus while it lasts.
On top of that Titan Casino will offer constant reloads, and VIP players get exclusive bonuses as well.
Titan Casino Review: Software
Unfortunately, Titan Casinos downloadable software is currently only available for Windows, although a Macintosh client is in the works. The downloadable software is simply phenomenal – very slick and professional, and super easy to navigate. We never had any problems when using Titan Casino, as all the games were organized very well.
For Macintosh users, there is the Titan Casino Instant Play option. This is a browser based software client, which utilizes Adobe Flash to play. It’s great that this is offered as it gives Macintosh and Linux users the chance to play at a casino, however unfortunately the online flash software is rather sloppy, and nowhere near as appealing as the downloadable software. That’s the only reason the casino software doesn’t get 5 out of 5.
Titan Casino Review: Games
One of the best things about Titan Casino is the games selection. Of course there’s our favourite right off the bat – Live Dealer Games. Titan Casino currently offers Live Baccarat, Live Blackjack, Live Casino Hold’Em and Live Roulette, meaning you can play with a live dealer as well as other players at the same time, all from the comfort of your living room. This is a great feature at Titan Casino, and it’s no surprise the Live Dealer Games are the most popular.
Titan Casino is host to a variety of other games too. Like to play Roulette? How about Roulette Royal? French Roulette? Premium French Roulette? Or are you a Blackjack player? Because along with Blackjack Titan Casino has Lucky Blackjack, 21 Duel Blackjack, Blackjack Surrender and even Progressive Jackpot Blackjack.
The amount of casino games at Titan Casino is simply incredible. Literally hundreds of casino games, including the likes of X-Men, The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man Slot Machines. The game selection is almost too good at Titan.
Titan Casino Review: Promotions
Titan Casinos promotions are solid, and a lot better than other casinos. They will often run special promotions for events like the Champions League. On top of that, they offer over 15 Progressive Jackpot games, including the likes of Progressive Jackpot Baccarat, Progressive Jackpot Blackjack and various Progressive Jackpot Slot Machines.
Theiy rewards program is also amazing, with a 5 tier VIEP Level which has levels like Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. There is some incredible rewards available at Titan, and they offer the best types of loyalty programs no matter what stakes you play.
This is our Titan Casino Video Review.
In this video review we discuss everything related to Titan Casino. As the video review plays, you’ll hear all about the Titan Casino customer service and support. We also mention the Titan Casino bonuses and promotions, and go into detail about how to claim them, and what you get out of them.
As the video review plays, we also play a variety of Titan Casino games like Blackjack, the Rocky Video Slot, Video Poker and some other great Titan Casino games.
cubsfan328 wrote on Oct 16 2010 @ 5:37pm
I signed up at Titan Casino because of their $4000 welcome bonus and haven’t looked back since. They have a plethora of payment methods so I had a lot of choice in what to use to make my deposit. Of course, I used Moneybookers to make my deposit and they gave me an extra 10% bonus.
All of the games are amazing at Titan. I think I’ve played most of the games they have and there was nothing that I felt was not worth playing or not up to snuff. No matter what your game is, Titan has what you are looking for.
Dealer Dan wrote on Aug 3 2010 @ 12:00pm
Titan Casino uses the Playtech Casino software, and is arguably the flagship casino on this software platform.
From visiting their website until you’re actually at the casino, you get this great vibe of professionalism. Titan Casinos website and lobby have great designs, and are very simple to use and easy to navigate.
Titan Casino offers the infamous live dealer games, where you can play the likes of Blackjack, Roulette and Casino Hold’Em with actual live dealers. You can even tip them if you want!
If you like bonuses, then you’re in for a treat at Titan! €4,000 in welcome bonuses alone!
What Live Dealer Casino Games does Titan Casino have?
Titan Casino offers Live Dealer Blackjack, Live Dealer Baccarat, Live Dealer Roulette and Live Dealer Casino Hold’em.
Titan Casino, Titan Poker, Titan Bet and Titan Bingo all use the same cashier options. All of the Titan brands are available in the following currencies: Canadian Dollar, American Dollar, UK Pound Sterling, Euros.
The cashier options available at all Titan brands are:
Instant Wire Transfer
Titan Casino has a wide variety of games available. Some of their feature games are:
The Incredible Hulk Slot: This is a fantastic slot machine where you can bet from one cent all the way up to $5, with the ability to change bets per line. So if you’re a high roller, you can bet up to $50 a spin. There are four separate progressive jackpots in this game to the point that they might as well just give you money! On top of that there’s an awesome smash bonus game where as the Hulk, you get to smash up cop cars!
Deuces Wild Video Poker: Deuces Wild Video Poker is a great twist on video poker. It follows the standard rules of Video Poker, however all 2s or Deuces are wild! This increases the payouts when you get these, with the wild cards helping you on your way to three of a kind, flushes etc. The lowest payout on Deuces Wild Video Poker is 3 of a kind, and it’s one of Titan Casinos most popular video poker games.
Live Roulette: One great feature of Titan Casino is Live Dealer games, and Live Roulette is one of our favourites. You get to play and bet from $1 to $20,000 and play with other people, which obviously really spices up the game. The dealer handles everything and computer graphics are laid out very well to help you follow the game. Live Dealer Roulette at Titan Casino is fantastic.
Here is a full list of every game at Titan Casino:
Titan Casino has over 15 Casino Progressive Jackpots. The progressive jackpots that Titan Casino offer are:
Slots Progressive Jackpots:
Queen of the Pyramids
Wall St. Fever
Video Poker Progressive Jackpots:
10 Line Jacks or Better Video Poker
Table Game Progressive Jackpots:
Caribbean Stud Poker
Progressive Jackpot Baccarat
Progressive Jackpot Blackjack
Progressive Jackpot Wild Viking
Speciality Game Progressive Jackpots:
Megaball Progressive Jackpot
Unfortunately at this time, Titan Casino do not offer any regular casino tournaments. This is something they are working on, and if you sign up below at Titan you’ll be registered and get an e-mail notification whenever Titan add tournaments.
Titan Casino do however often offer promotions like “leaderboards” which are similar to tournaments, and are usually scheduled over a month long period. These are the closest you can get to Titan Casino tournaments at the moment.
Alright you might want to grab a coffee as we talk about Titan Casinos bonuses here, because boy is there a lot of them.
First of all – there is no Titan Casino Bonus Code needed. You don’t need a Titan Casino bonus code to claim these bonuses. You simply deposit and get the bonuses added immediately. This is great because some casinos like to attach a bonus code meaning you may miss out on the bonus.
Titan Casinos main sale is their €4,000 welcome bonus. However this isn’t €4,000 in one go – it’s split over deposits. Your first deposit for example, you will get 100% up to €200. So your first signup bonus you will get €200 maximum. Deposit €50, you get a €50 bonus.
As part of this welcome bonus, you also get a monthly casino bonus. This one is a 100% to €200 bonus, and you will get it every month for the next six months at Titan Casino.
On top of that we have weekly casino bonuses. These are 100% to €100 casino bonuses which you can claim once a week for the next 26 weeks at Titan Casino. Amazing huh?
All that adds up to €4000, and on top of that Titan Casino may also e-mail you from time to time with some special bonus promotions.
The wagering requirements for all these bonuses vary from 20x through 40x, and are dependent on what country you are from, or what language you speak. So be sure to read the bonus terms and conditions for all those details.
In our 4th casino blog, we are going to be checking out Titan Casino, which uses the Playtech Software. The Titan brand originally started with an online poker room, and have since expanded their market to include both Titan Casino and Titan Bingo. Titan Casino was also voted the Best Playtech Casino, so our experience there should be a good one.
Let’s sign up at Titan Casino, and see just how good the Titan casino bonus is….
As you can see it is very sharp, professional and easy to the eye. There’s not a lot of marketing BS either – it’s very simple, and easy to navigate and use. If you’re going there out of curiousity rather than to sign up, then they have a non-intrusive sales pitch below that explains why you should play at Titan Casino.
The first thing I did was click to download the software, and what I really liked is that it instantly takes you to this page:
Which provides a nice step by step process as to how to install the casino software and sign up. Also at the bottom of that page is an option to contact customer support immediately. I really like this because it lets you know they are there to help and have went the extra mile to make sure you have a smooth online casino experience.
The setup of Titan Casino went very smooth – they also have a variety of online casino languages you can play in which are: English, Deutsch, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Russian, Dansk, Polski, Svenska and Dutch.
Titan Casino offers a €4,000 “welcome” bonus which is different from a casino signup bonus. On your first deposit, you get 100% up to €200, and then there is 6 monthly bonuses of 100% to €200 and 26 weekly bonuses of 100% up to €100 which comes out at a total of €4,000.
Also on top of the regular deposit bonus, if you use a certain payment method you get an extra deposit bonus on top of that. For example if you use a Bank Transfer or Ukash you get 15% extra, while payment methods like paysafecard and Neteller are just 10%. I will be using Moneybookers to deposit.
The bonus has a 20x wagering requirement, and no bonus code is needed. When you are registering it does prompt for a coupon code, however you don’t need to enter one to take advantage of the bonus.
Upon logging into the casino, I am prompted to visit the cashier to deposit. I do that, and while I trying to enter in my deposit amount I get a rather annoying chat popup:
I guess it’s good if you need help as they’re there to walk you every step of the way and if you have problems you can bring it up right away. However I remember one online casino where they would just monitor your account, and if you tried a deposit and it failed they’d message you immediately. That was a much better way to handle it.
Also when depositing with Moneybookers, the payments have to go to an e-mail address. When I go to pay, the e-mail address listed is Fastengineadmin3@spidernet.com.cy. That’s the best e-mail address they could set for that? I could see that putting off people.
Anyway one problem with the deposit – the bonus for depositing with an alternate method is only available if you aren’t already taking advantage of another bonus, which is rather annoying. The website is very misleading with that, suggesting that you use an alternate payment method for an “extra bonus” – what they mean is that you should use an alternate payment method to credit cards, and get an extra bonus for that – IF you have no other bonuses available.
Oh well – just a few minor niggles. I received an e-mail from Titan Casino with all my login details which is good to have in case I never lose them.
We’re all set up now, and tomorrow we shall be playing at Titan Casino as we begin our Titan Casino Blog:
Welcome to the first day of the Titan Casino blog. Titan Casino uses the Playtech software and is a new online casino, launching approximately 6 months ago.
We’ve got a $100 bonus to clear and a $200 starting balance with a 20x playthrough – so let’s get started shall we….
As you can see it is VERY nicely laid out. No clicking is even required – you simply hover over one of the sections listed and it shows everything for you:
I think I’m going to start off with an arcade game for fun. When you choose a game to download a popup appears that tells you it is downloading, and that you can play other games in the background when it downloads. I choose the Penalty Shoot out Arcade Game which looks like this:
Should be fairly easy to understand how that works. You choose how much you want to bet then click where you want to kick the ball. An animation pops up of the player running at the goal then he kicks it and the keeper trys to save it:
Really cool. I bet $0.50 on the 5x one, and it takes exactly 5 shots for me to break even with my first goal woohoo:
That’s a fun game. My next shot I bet $0.50 on one of the 12x options and SCORE – woohoo:
However after being forced to play slots, keno and scratch cards in my Slots Oasis Casino Blog, I decide to hit up some much needed video poker action. We’ll go with the nice standard Jacks or Better Video Poker game – and I’m really digging the old school look:
We’ll be betting $5 a game doing the maximum 5 coins for the highest expected value possible, and as you see above we get off to a great start with three of a kind to win $15.
The software also of course recognizes when you have a good hand, and auto holds those cards for you. Of course this is standard – but I’ve actually played at some video poker machines where you couldn’t do that.
When you win a hand, you get the option to Double, Double Half or Collect. Collect is obvious – you just collect your winnings and move onto the next hand. If you choose to Double you then get dealt one card out of five as shown below face up, and you get 4 face down cards to choose from. You then have to select one of the cards that are higher than the card you have – if you get it right you get to collect or double again. If it’s even then you get the chance to collect or double, and if it is lower you of course lose.
Half Double means you collect half your winnings and risk the rest, which is a really cool option.
I drew a :4s: and the card I chose was a :9s: which meant I won, and get the option to double again:
Always enjoy those little mini games within video poker.
The very next hand I get :3s::3c::3h: for another three of a kind, making a nice run of wins as I have gotten two three of a kinds and two pair.
A few hands later I pick up the :qh::9s::kd::jh: and decide to hold, and get the :10s: for a nice straight:
I should note that if you get a hand like :js::kd::5h::9d::9c: it doesn’t hold any of them – so you do have to choose to hold those ones manually. You also have the option to hide the double up window in video poker which is really cool – I always get tempted to double up even though it’s totally -EV, so it’s good to be able to hide that.
I decide to hit up the Golden Tour Five Reel Multi-Line Video Slot to finish off the day – this is how it looks:
The first few spins we win $3, $2 and $3, then on the 4th spin:
We hit a nice $32 win.
Also if you notice up at the top right – they have something called Dollar Ball. For this slot machine rather than a progressive jackpot as you spin the slots they have this – it’s basically like the lottery. You bet $1.20 and pick 5 numbers from 49 numbers. You also have the option of randomly picking. The numbers then appear during the spin of the main game, and if any of the numbers match your selection you win money!
As you can see in the below screenshot I won $1.20 at it, as well as $2 on the slots for a total winning of $3.20:
Also on this slot I should note you win almost every time – it’s usually just amounts below what you wagered. I was wagering $5 a spin and winning $2 or $3 the majority of the time.
We end up not having much luck on the Golden Tour slot however and our balance promptly drops to $149.60.
I’ll be back tomorrow as we hit up some Live Dealer Tables.
Welcome to day 2 of the Titan Casino Blog. I hope everyone had a great Christmas – I know I did, although the highlight of Christmas Day which was a big bet on the San Diego Chargers -6.5 at +310, as they totally ripped apart the Tennessee Titans. Thanks San Diego!
From one form of gambling to another, as we hit up the Playtech Casino Titan Casino for day 2 of the Titan Casino Online Blog. Let’s rock!
One thing that annoys me is there doesn’t seem to be the option to remember your password for logging in so you have to type it in every time which is a bit frustrating. Maybe it’s a security thing but it’s still more convenient to be able to have the remember password checkbox option, especially considering my passwords are made up of random letters, numbers and symbols.
We have $133.11 in funds and I decide to hit up the Live Blackjack Tables. They also have Live Roulette and Live Baccarrat, but we will be going for Live Blackjack. What these tables are, are Live Dealer Tables. Don’t trust the software itself? Then have an actual dealer deal out your hands! It’s pretty cool – here’s what the lobby looks like:
You see a picture of each dealer, and it also lists the limits which aer all $5 minimum bet, $50 maximum bet. My daughters name is Ella, so I’ll go with Live Blackjack Dealer 2 – Ella!
Here’s what the table looks like:
It’s just like playing the normal software version of Blackjack. You choose your money to bet, then you wait for the live casino dealer to deal it out, then you choose hit or stand. There’s also the option to tip if you want, if you believe in good karma. The dealer deals out your hand first on the camera, then you see it on the screen.
In that hand the dealer turned over a :4d: then a :6d: for 20, to beat my 19. Bah.
Next hand I get an :ah: and a :2s: and decide to double, and hit a beautiful :8s: for 21. The dealer hits 20 and I am a winner!
If you want to tip you just click the chip amount you want to bet, then click the “Tips – Thank You” slot. I tipped $1 and the dealer sends me a message in that chatbox just saying thank you. I also get some good karma with a :3c: and a :9c: against the dealers :8h: and I turned up a :9h:!
The dealers then change over and it announces it in the chat box. I gotta admit I do enjoy my redheads:
Although I like her a little less when she gets a :2s: and a :js:to hit a 20.
Anyway – that’s live dealer blackjack for you. Honestly it’s a little slow for my liking, but it really is a cool experience and I highly recommend checking it out. Click here to play Live Dealer Blackjack.
As mentioned, they also have Live Baccarat Dealers and Live Roulette Dealers. Here is the Live Baccarat in action:
I noticed too as I joined that, the dealer pulls out a keyboard and types the welcome message to me. It’s a bit creepy when they stare right at the camera though.
Here is Live Roulette:
And when the roulette wheel spins, it zooms in:
The minimum bets for Live Roulette is $2, and the maximum bet was $25.
Anyway as this is the first online casino I have blogged about with actual real life live dealers, I just wanted to do a quick blog focusing on that. As I mentioned it is fairly slow, but it is still a really nice feature and I really enjoyed it.
Welcome to day 3 of the Titan Casino Blog, and a big welcome to all the new visitors from StumbleUpon! For all you new guys – basically I take $100, deposit it at a casino and try and clear the bonus within a week, blogging about my process. Win or lose, we’ll then hit up another casino the next week!
It’s been a bit busy this end due to my kids being off school for the holidays, and the holiday season in general. So this update is going to be a bit quick. We’re going to hit up the slot machines for the first time at Titan Casino.
Titan casino has a variety of slot machines. They have Video 50 line, 30 line, 25 line, 20 line, 15 line, 9 line, 8 line and 5 line. Titan Casino also has Video Multi Spin, Classic Multi Line and Classic Single Line, so LOTS of slot machines to choose from.
I decide to go with a Classic Single Line Slot first, and we will hit up the Reel Classic 3. This is what it looks like:
While I do appreciate the old school look, it does feel a bit weird seeing the slot machines off to the side. I think I’d prefer that just being a regular background. Oh well – we’ll be betting $0.25 a line to start off with, and of course we have to bet the max 3 coins for the least negative expected value, so we’ll be betting $0.75 a spin.
This slot is really cool because it spins really slow, so you get to sit there and watch as it slowly lines up the symbols. My very first spin was very teasing:
If we had hit those 3 gold bars, that would’ve been a win of $1250!
Our next two spins are a loss, then we get a win due to having any 1 cherry on the slots payline:
I should note on this slot you can also pull the lever to spin rather than just bet max which is always a nice feature.
Unfortunately we don’t have much luck on this slot machine – many many spins and we’re down to $108.36. We came very close here:
I decide to leave when we get to $100. Well on my last spin as we hit the $100 balance I up the ante to $0.50 a line for $1.50 total a spin, and hey look at this:
We win $60!
I decide to hit up a Video Multi-Line Slot called Triple Profits.
I’ll be honest I have no clue how to play this game – but I hit spin anyway and hey I win right off the bat!
Anyway you can see how to win by clicking Menu->Help. This gives all the details of this game and how it works and how to win. You can play 1 to 5 coins. You then spin the reels, and you can select the reels you wish to hold,by clicking on either the Hold button or the reels themselves. There is also a bonus game and to get that you have to collect three stack of money symbols on one row.
So on my first spin I get two bundles of money:
So I am able to hold those, and it fills up the rest of it as shown below(when I didn’t get any matches and lost):
Pretty fun game actually – as you can see from the below screenshot:
I held two icons on the left and right, matched up the center and then also got a wild card. Now I understand the game I’ll bet $0.50 per coin which will be $2.50 per line, or $7.50 total bet.
After quite a few losing spins I drop to $0.10 as a coin, which is a line bet of $0.50 and a total bet of $1.50. I dropped too soon as I picked up a nice win the very next spin:
We finally get a wild icon which I hold, and the bundle of cash, which I hold and I get to unlock a bonus round woohoo. Actually TWO bonus rounds:
Here’s the bonus round:
In the bonus round you get to choose three bags out of the 12, and all 3 bags contain a prize. The bags go in the scale:
And then they turn into money, which gives me a total win of $8.50:
And on the second bonus game:
I play some more of that slot and have no luck, and with $83.61 I think it’s time to finish off the blog today.
If you’re interested in playing at any of the above games check out Titan Casino, and remember to Stumble Us if you are enjoying the site. I’ll be back January 1st with the 4th day of the blog.
Things have been a little crazy with New Years etc, and my schedule has just been all over the place the last few days. I plan on getting the Titan Casino blog all finished tomorrow with the fifth and final day, and then getting back on track on Sunday with a new casino.
In the meantime – let’s roll with Titan Casino Blog Day 4.
So before we go any further let’s see where we stand. We started off with a $100 deposit, and with a $100 bonus that gave us $200 total. We have $83.62 in total left from that $200.
Unfortunately there does not appear to be any way to check your playthrough requirement or how much you have wagered so far in the actual Titan Casino software client itself. Thankfully every screen has an online support button that I am able to click and ask. I clicked that and sent them a message asking what the requirement was so far, and am told:
Emily: Let me go ahead and forward your request to our relevant department. Please wait for an e-mail within 3 hours regarding your wagering requirement
Took about 1 minute 30 seconds for that response. Quite disappointing that they can’t actually check for me, but let’s hope the e-mail doesn’t take that long.
While we wait for the wagering requirement e-mail, we’ll hit up some games! I’m in the mood for video poker, so let’s try out 2 Ways Royal Video Poker. This is how it looks:
And as you may expect – you can win with either a high royal flush or a low royal flush. A high royal flush is the standard :10h::jh::qh::kh::ah: while the low royal flush would be :2h::3h::4h::5h::6h:.
This video poker game also has the option to Collect, Half-Double or Double your winnings every time you win. I’ll be betting the maximum 5 coins as that’s really the way to go if you actually want to win – at $0.25 a shot that’s $1.25 every game.
We get a push right off the bat as we hold onto the :kh: and :qh: and pick up a pair of kings:
We then lose a bunch of hands, before I decide to hold onto the :3h::3d: and we pick up three of a kind when the :3s: comes up.
If you want to hold a card you can either use the buttons on the video poker machine itself, or just click on the cards and it holds them with nice clear text stating that it’s held:
And hey that one turns out alright!
I take a deep breath before clicking “Deal” on this one:
And I just hit the lousy :ah: for a push. Bah. $1,000 would have been REALLY nice right about now!
The majority of the game is losses with a few teo pairs or three of a kinds, before we finally get our first nice win with a full house:
Unfortunately we don’t have much luck, and at $48.62 in the balance it’s time to check something else out.
I decide to hit up the table game Tequila Poker. If you have never played that it’s fairly simple – you get dealt four cards, then you have to choose whether to go for a poker hand, or a point total hand. It’s like a combination of Blackjack and Poker. You are then dealt two more cards after choosing, and the five best cards out of the six make up your hand.
In this game, card points are the same as in blackjack, and the ace is always counted as 11. The cards must make up a point total of at least 46 for you to win. In poker they are used to make the best possible five card poker hand, and you need at least a pair of aces to win.
Here’s how the table looks:
And it’s a minimum bet of $1. We click “Deal” and we get dealt a hand:
Then we have the choice of playing High Tequila, Tequila Poker or just folding. If you wish to play either High Tequila or Tequila Poker you have to bet $1. Pretty simple game, and quite fun.
When you finish a hand, the software lets you choose “New Game” followed by “Rebet” which I think is a bit annoying – not sure why they can’t just make it a one-click process.
We hit a nice hand a few hands in:
but don’t improve – however we still win $6 which is A-Ok in my book.
Here’s our first High Tequila winning hand:
I can tell you right now that if I had chosen High Tequila and the :qs: & :10s: came up I would have murdered someone.
I decide to mess around with a simple progressive betting system – ye good ol martingale. First $1 bet is a loss, then the $2 bet is a loss, but the $4 bet is a nice $24 winner:
Unfortunately we don’t have much luck, and I think it’s time to call it quits with a measly $24.04 left, before we go bust before the final day.
I should note that I requested the wagering requirement at 5:45pm today. It’s 6:45pm as I write this and I haven’t received it yet, however they did say to wait 3 hours. Hopefully it arrives soon.
I’ll be back tomorrow with the final day of the blog. If you play at Titan Casino I highly recommend checking out Tequila Poker. Click here for Titan Casino.
Welcome to what is most likely going to be the final Titan Casino blog, bar a complete miracle. Our balance is down to just $24.02, and it looks like we’re going to get to the $0 mark relatively quickly, which is a shame as Titan is a fun casino to play at.
Let’s get the misery out of the way, in Titan Casino Blog Day 5!
Before we go any further I can answer the question from yesterdays blog about how long it took to find out the wagering requirements. As I mentioned you can’t actually check it in the software yourself, and when I asked online support they had to forward the request to the relevant department, which they said would have up to a 3 hour turnaround time.
I’m glad to report that they met that statement, answering my question in just 2 hours and 30 minutes which was good. Unfortunately I have a playthrough requirement of $3,557.75 – I’m really going to have to make this $24 go far!
Slots seem to have been the luckiest thing for me throughout the casino blogs so far, so time to go back wo that with a classic single line slot, in Alchemists Lab. This is what it looks like:
With $24 total, we’ll be betting $1 coins, and of course betting the maximum coins which is going to be $3 a spin. So that’s 7 spins between defeat and victory!
Wins us $6.
Spin #2 is a ring, a book and a blank for nothing. The next spin is a red potion, a book and a green potion for nothing.
Spin #4 is close………..
…..but no cigar. If that green potion on the left had dropped that would’ve been $300 to play with!
Next spin is a $6 winner:
Something I find funny – it says “Click SPIN to start” in the bar at the bottom – yet there is no spin button. You have to click “Bet One”, “Bet Two” or “Bet Max”. Sloppiness like that always bugs me.
Next spin is another $6 win, then nothing. We need 3 books to get to the bonus round, and we get TWO of them in the next spin:
Alas the rest of the Alchemists Lab slot is uneventful, and our trip to Titan Casino ends rather promptly. I don’t even have enough comp points to exchange, as 100 comp points = $1, and I have just 92 comp points.
Oh well – I still had fun at Titan Casino, and it was great to try out the live dealer stuff. I’ll be back on the weekend with a review of Titan Casino as well as signing up for the next casino to blog about.
Thanks for reading!
It’s a real shame that Americans aren’t able to play at Titan Casino, because when it comes to all the casinos that use the Playtech software, it’s without a doubt my favourite one.
Titan Casino are always great when it comes to promotions, and also have one of the slickest lobbies I’ve seen when it comes to online casinos. I’m writing today however because of their promotions, as I got an e-mail from their casino manager Riccardo Pace stating that he has provided me with a free surprise, and to log into my account to check.
I logged in to find he had given me $8 to play the real money games with. Sweet deal!
So if you want casino free cash, then be sure to register at Titan Casino and maybe you too will get a free cash bonus e-mailed to you.
Now $8 isn’t exactly a lot of money – I can’t see us becoming millionaires during this free visit – but then again, anything’s possible!
Let’s hit up some video poker, and make this an all video poker blog!
As you can see, a nice classic look to it. We can play up to 5 coins, and we need to get kings or better but can use a joker to do that, to get paid. When it comes to video poker you always have to bet max – that’s the best video poker strategy, period. So we’ll be doing $0.10 coins, and betting max, or $0.50 per game.
Our first game is a dud:
However I redraw all the cards, and we pick up a pair of aces for a return of our bet:
We then lose the next three games with some horrible hands, before picking up a full house:
Which brings our balance up to $9.50. Time to ride the hot streak as we will bet $0.25 a credit now, for a whopping $1.25 a game.
We lose the next two games, then get Kings or Better:
Then hit another ace to make three of a kind in video poker, and bring our balance to $8.25.
We lose a bunch of hands, then get a Kings or Better with a pair of Kings which doesn’t improve. Current balance is $3.25. Thankfully we soon bounce our balance up to $9.50 with this one:
Immediately after we pick up two pair and I hold that, and we redraw to get a full house:
Current video poker balance is $15.75. Time to up the bets to $0.50, for a total of $2.50 per game. Eek. We soon get the balance up to $23.25 with a great flush after holding onto just the joker and the king:
Nice one there. I’m not sure how much of the bonus balance we can withdraw – unfortunately the e-mail about the free cash never actually gave me any information. Oh well.
Lets continue to push our luck. $1 per credit, so $5 bets total. First hand we get a return of our money with an ace and a joker for Kings or Better. Next hand is a loss, then the next hand is another Kings or Better.
Unfortunately our luck runs out, and we’re left with a balance of $0. Oh well, it was a lot of fun while it lasted, and many many thanks to Titan Casino for the free cash.
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