The Grand Bay Casino
aims to fill the gaming needs of all those people out there who are going to expand their bankroll exponentially by hitting the jackpot
online. Several games are on offer here though not until the software is downloaded. The games on offer here are all pretty unique making this a site worthy of greater inspection.
Software and Promotions
The veneer of the website is that it is blue, the vast majority of the homepage is taken up with a sign advertising $100 free which is always tempting. There is an option for an upgrade for existing players and clickable icons for the main games on offer by the casino, namely; poker
Getting started is easy enough, clicking on the download button will allow an instant download to your computer to commence. There is also what looks like a drop down menu with the title 'getting started'. Sadly, rather than explain any of the technical aspects of the software such as how much memory it will take up on your computer, it simply advises you to click on the download button - not a very good start. On the getting started page there is a square box assuring the potential customer that a range of weekly promotions are available, however it neglects to specify what this week's promotions actually are.
I decided to click on the icon entitled 'roulette' expecting to be informed about the game; how to play, rules and regulations etc. Instead, however, I was taken to a page that has nothing to do with roulette that informed me about their online versions of fruit machines - which is unfortunate for this reviewer as fruit machines are a pet hate. To their credit, Grand Bay Casino has more than twenty different slot machines
depicted on the page.
Scroll down further and arrive at the 'table games
' which are the meat of any good casino whether live or online and it is surprising that they are located so far down the page. The table games consist of Blackjack, Baccarat
, European Blackjack, Vegas Strip
Roulette, European Roulette and the list of variations goes on.
In the twenty first century where the internet gambling market is huge with plenty of sites all competing with one another for places on a network, customers and of course money, it is surprising to see a site like Grand Bay Casino. The bonus on offer is nice though it is nothing compared to the five and six hundred dollars on offer at the larger and frankly better designed sites. The site is essentially designed towards those who enjoy playing on slot machines and since those offer the worst odds of any casino game (not to mention the least enjoyment while playing) it is unlikely that this is a place that any reviewer would recommend a gambler to go to in order to have fun risking your paycheck.