Mighty WinPalace Casino Promotions Break 500 Percent

Mighty WinPalace Casino Promotions Break 500 Percent
Mighty WinPalace Casino Promotions Break 500 Percent If you think you’ve seen massive reload bonuses before, then you haven’t seen anything yet. WinPalace Casino has some of the biggest percent matches that we have ever encountered in the industry. Though these deals are reserved for high stakes players, there are still excellent deals for all players no matter what kind of games you play or what stakes you are comfortable with. Slots players are going to have codes for seven different deposit levels. Deposits of $21 and up will be given 190 percent when you use the MIGHTY1 promo code, or you can get 215 percent with deposits at the $50 level and above with MIGHTY2. The MIGHTY3 promo code will get you 255 percent on deposits of $100 or more, but deposits of at least $250 can use the MIGHTY4 bonus code for a sweet 325 percent deal. If you want 350 percent, put up a minimum of $500 with MIGHTY5. High rollers will love the MIGHTY6 code since it gives them a whooping 400 percent when a deposit of $1,000 or more is made. However, they can get even more with a deposit at the $2,000 level or above with MIGHTY7 which will give you an enormous 520 percent match. Table games players have six ways to get paid at six different deposit levels including their own high stakes codes. Players who make any deposit can use the GIANT1 coupon code to get 130 percent which is better than you’ll find at most online casinos to begin with. You can get even more with the GIANT2 code if you deposit at least $50 for a 150 percent bonus, or kick it up to $150+ for 170 percent with GIANT3. Deposits at the $350 level and above will be rewarded with a bonus worth 250 percent, and you’ll need to use the GIANT4 code to get this deal. GIANT5 is one of the high roller codes for table games since you get 300 percent on deposits of $750 and above. However, if you deposit a minimum of $1,500, then you will be given an amazing 390 percent with the GIANT6 promotional code. WinPalace Casino is the home of some of the best promotions for both table games and slots. They have codes that cover ever dpeosit level so that no one is left out from their awesome deals no matter what they play. The Latest Online Casino & Gambling Related News Casino gaming is a terrific business, with a lot going on. We want you to know what’s happening, because we know it’s ultimately going to make you a better consumer. Toward that end, we supply you with links to some of the latest that is going on in this fast-moving, ever-changing industry. The five latest news items added to Best Casino Sites Online can be found featured in the list of news below. For more news including our archives click here.


GPI/THM Q+A: Chris Moorman Answers Your Questions

GPI/THM Q+A: Chris Moorman Answers Your Questions
GPI/THM Q+A: Chris Moorman Answers Your Questions Recent WPT L.A. Poker Classic Champion and online poker legend Chris Moorman answers your questions! Chat with the Champ How do you manage to keep your motivation to put in the volume you do after so many big scores? Have you ever thought about retirement, or semi-retirement? (Matt101) I simply enjoy playing the game. It isn’t something where I feel like I am playing to make money, I just want to play and win. One day if/when I don’t have the same love for the game I will focus on something else. What’s the biggest or most memorable bluff you’ve ever run live? (DropTheHammer) It wasn’t the biggest but it is definitely the most memorable because it was the most recent and so crucial to my tournament life. With 8 players left in the LAPC Main I re-raised Adam Freidman from the big blind with A-2 off.  He called and I proceded to bet all 3 streets on KQ2310 for a large majority of my stack. He tanked on the river for close to 10 minutes, consistently trying to engage me but he couldn’t get any read off me and ended up folding after the clock was called on him. This hand really gave me the momentum to go on and win the whole tournament. I wouldn’t normally go for this play but we had played a lot over the last two days and I hadn’t three bet him once pre-flop or shown the propensity to make such a big move without having it. Do you have any bankroll management tips for people starting out today? Do you still adhere to a bankroll management strategy? (Frodge) I don’t have any set bankroll management rules in terms of what percentage the buy in should be of your overall poker roll but I don’t have a problem missing a poker tournament if I feel it is outside of my bankroll, for example the 1 drop! I would say just to be smart and only take shots when it is a really good spot. Do you use a HUD? What do you think is the optimal number of tables for you to play at once? (ashmadden) I don’t currently use one, although I have in the past. I feel like a HUD is essential when playing cash games but not as much for tournaments. Just over a year ago I was going through a bit of a downswing online so I decided to start using a HUD but I felt like I was making too many crucial decisions based on the HUD and it wasn’t really working out for me. I feel like the optimal number of tables over the past few years has gone down for everyone as the standard of play of the average player has improved. Now I don’t like to play more than 14 tables at once where as previously I would happily play over 20. One Shining Moment What single moment made you think “this is what I want to do with my life”? Who did you look up to when learning to play poker? (PokerWolf1) I was at University and one summer I ended up playing poker instead of getting a summer job. Things went very well for me and I really started to realize my potential and took the game more seriously.  Shortly after that I joined Cardrunners training site and started watching training videos. I watched Taylor Caby, Cole South and Brian Townsend and these guys were playing a different game to me. I wanted to emulate them I took in every word they said. Do you balance your time spent playing poker and time spent doing everything else in your life or is this something that you’re still hoping to get around to at some point? (Chris_Austin) I am getting better at having balance although it is still something I am looking to improve. I find it hard to completely remove myself from the game when I’m not playing. I feel like I have made great strides in this area in the past couple of years, though. Previously I would travel to tournaments and never see more than the inside of the casino, now I am visiting these places and learning about the culture and getting out there, seeing the sites. If you could ask Phil Ivey one question and he had to answer truthfully, what would it be? (Darrensprengers) How many people are on Team Ivey? How have you adapted to changes to online poker over the past 8-10 years? (curnow) Online poker changes so fast. When I first started playing tournaments I had the reputation of being a tight player. Obviously my game quickly evolved and my reputation flipped at which point I had to adjust the other way. To be successful at online poker you have to be constantly working on your game and be aware of your image. High Stakes What do you consider your biggest mistake/leak when staking? (Pizzicato) Honestly? I was probably too nice to begin with. I didn’t look it as a business really, and that is absolutely what you have to do to be successful with staking. I should have been more ruthless and been more selective with what tournaments I let people play. I don’t regret staking, but I have no interest in ever doing it again. Do you play every day? (Jack Starr) When I first started out I would play 6-7 days a week, I couldn’t get enough. I definitely didn’t have balance and poker took over a lot of my life. Within the last couple of years a lot has changed for me and I take breaks. I average playing now about 4-5 days a week. When you were first starting out, did you strictly play tournament poker or did you also play cash games? Who would you say are your three toughest opponents online? (JohnnySeaBet) When I first started I was predominantly a cash game player and would play a few tournaments on the side. My poker tracker broke and whilst waiting to fix it I decided to play more tournaments, as I didn’t want to play cash games without a HUD. I really enjoyed the tournaments, did well, and never looked back. There are a ton of great players out there, but none that I really fear to see at my table. Words of Wisdom I often struggle with boredom, due to tendency to go on auto-pilot when multi-tabling online after a few hours. With the sheer volume that you put in, how do you keep your brain stimulated for so long in order to maintain a high level of play? (flopsy/Louis) I am stimulated by playing poker. I am constantly thinking about every hand and different lines I could take or bet sizes I could use. With the volume of tables I play there isn’t really a chance to get bored. Auto-pilot is something you should try to avoid as much as possible. How/what do you eat when you’re playing, cos your body clock must be up the wall most of the time?  (TheBlueBoy) Lately I have been spending most of my time in North America as I like that time schedule much better than when in Europe. I am fortunate to eat great as I live and travel with my girlfriend and she cooks for us most of the time. What kind of indicators are you looking for when deciding when to change gears? (Ariel) On bubbles such as the money bubble or final table bubble I am looking to play more hands and play them more aggressively. Also when the table gets short-handed I will look to take advantage by putting more pressure on my opponents because they are less likely to have a hand strong enough to fight back with. Any suggestions for someone wanting to make the jump from amateur to pro? (Chad) I don’t know if that is something you decide more than it just happens really. I would say keep playing and keep working on your game. Stay patient and just don’t be in a rush to get to the top. We thank Chris for taking time to answer your questions and wish him nothing but the best on the felt – live and online … oh, and congratulations on the BIG win at the LAPC! Be sure to visit Chris’ site at ChrisMoorman.com. You can follow Chris on Twitter: @Moorman1.


Mobile Casinos in 2013: Ready for the Mainstream?

Mobile Casinos in 2013: Ready for the Mainstream?
Mobile Casinos in 2013: Ready for the Mainstream? Being a keen slots player myself and having played what must be getting on for 100 online casinos or so over the past 8 or 9 years, I was recently asked to do some reviews of mobile casinos for Mobile Casinos FAQ, a job which I was only too happy to undertake not only because I benefitted financially but also because I just got a new iPad and was genuinely intrigued to see how they have progressed. I first tried some mobile slots back around 2008 when they first came onto the scene and before tablets were prominent. I seem to remember being on a Nokia (9200?) at the time and it wasn’t what I would have called a pleasant experience. Not just because of the small screen but also back then, Internet connectivity while you were on the move was a bit flaky. That side of things has improved obviously but it’s the advent of the tablet that is really the game changer. It finally means that mobile games look playable without squinting and with HTML5 allowing developers the ability to develop their games for Apple’s anti-Flash iOS platform alongside the more amenable Android o/s and even Windows 8 and beyond. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that they are good as I found out while playing a number of the mobile casinos listed here over a period of 3 months or so in early 2013. The software on these was generally developed by Microgaming, Playtech and IGT who all have a solid history in gambling game development and in IGT’s case in land-based slots too. The bottom line I discovered is simply that while the technology has vastly improved, the games look good and accessibility is less of an issue than it was while physically mobile, the mobile casinos themselves aren’t yet a substitute for the more traditional “PC” or browser-based online casinos. Nowhere near in fact. The main reason for this is clearly that the development is in it’s infancy. While the PC-based casinos have all the bells and whistles and a huge choice of games, the mobile csinos are still limited to basic functionality (lack of autoplay etc) and a much, much smaller inventory. As a player, this generally means a mobile casino right now will probably have one or two games you like but when you get bored of those or fancy a change, the games choice simply isn’t there like on your 400-game PC casino. Another slight annoyance is the way you have to hold a tablet while a PC is static. This is fine in short bursts but when you need two hands to hold it and spin buttons and interact, after a while, it starts to become a tad ache-y unless you have somewhere to rest it up. As for the games that are there I have to say that they are pretty damn good. As good as the PC equivalents in terms of aesthetics and game-play but with the caveat that some developers still need to tweak the way you interact (spinning a slot by swiping is fine and novel for a while but soon gets tiresome, for example). So all in all? There is  alot of promise and mobile casinos will definitely emerge to challenge their PC counterparts in time but that time is still some way away. Personally, I would play the PC-based casinos every time with maybe the odd 30 minutes playing a specific game on my iPad if I couldn’t be bothered to get up and turn the PC on. And on a smartphone? Forget it.