The rewards club is a standard setup of rewarding comp points based on money wagered, with those points being redeemable for cash. There’s also a VIP system structure that alters the amount of comps points earned for the amount of money wagered. Lastly they have an exclusive High Roller Club for the big spenders, who gain additional bonuses and insurance on their wagers.
One niggling issue with their service is that we’ve seen their website down on numerous occasions, and for lengthy stretches at that. Hopefully they can get the issues sorted out with their website in the near future.
Club Player has a nice selection of games that covers all the major ones you would expect, but falls well short of the massive offerings found at other sites. At well under 100 games, there’s not a lot of variety in comparison to other sites, but what’s here is done very well, and really if you’re not the type that likes to switch slot machines every minute, you won’t miss the fact that there aren’t 100+ slots.
You have 30 different slots machines to sit down at, including mini-slots, and all of the progressive jackpots can be found at the slots as well. These jackpots are not tremendously large, but we certainly wouldn’t complain if we hit one of them.
There are 16 video poker games, and individual offerings such Caribbean Stud Poker and Caribbean Hold’em Poker, Keno, Let’em Ride, Pai Gow, Craps, Red Dog, Roulette, and Baccarat.
Club Player is a great site for high rollers, as it lifts the maximum bet above the typical $200 level found at many sites up to as much as $500 on their roulette games. If you can swing that kind of dough on a single spin of the wheel, this may be one of the few places for you to do so. Slot machines usually come with a maximum $5 bet, and most other games stand around the $200 mark.
Deposits and withdrawals at Club Player Casino can be made through Visa, Mastercard, Click2Pay, Neteller, iPoint, and bank or wire transfers.