The Palace website is great, being one of the more informative and stylish around. Their rolling promotions all have unique, professional looking pages dedicated to them, and the plethora of games are also explained in detail, with bet amounts, payout rates, and any further information.
Their VIP room and comps points bonuses go hand in hand, with higher VIP levels rewarding reduced rates for cashing out comps, as low as half the original amount at the highest VIP level, for double the rewards. In addition, each level rewards monthly cash back, as well as a free playing chip at the start of each month, as high as $500 on the highest level. These bonuses really make the Palace stand out from the rest. The best part is that there’s no upkeep required to maintain your VIP level. Once you’ve deposited the amount required to reach that level, you won’t ever drop from that perch. There’s also a fairly lucrative refer-a-friend feature that rewards you with free cash for referring anyone who opens a money account.
Palace of Chance does not have a huge collection of games, coming in at around 70, but all this really means is that there are less slots machines and video poker variants to play. All the major games are still here and accounted for, including 35 slots machines, 16 video poker machines (14 of which are multi-hand machines, up to 100 hands), 6 different versions of blackjack, a couple of roulette tables, keno, red dog, baccarat, craps, tri-card poker, pai gow poker, and Caribbean stud poker. All games feature wide ranging minimum and maximum bet amounts to suit all tastes, and often have further options to distinguish their play.
The progressives are not limited to just slots as they are at many sites, but also include Caribbean Stud Poker and Let’em Ride, so if you’re not a slots fan, you still have the opportunity to win some big money.
Payment methods for Palace of Chance casino include Visa, Mastercard, Click2Pay, Neteller, Instadebit, and bank transfers.