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Summary : Mr. Green, love the color.
I decided to take a break from my usual site and try out this new site which I had read good reviews on. My initial impression wasn’t bad- I liked the design and found the sign up process to be easy, plus I got the new player bonus as promised in the banners: £150 bonus for the 150 I deposited. I started off with the live Blackjack which was ok, nothing unusual but also no special problems to report.
Then, I decided to go for Roulettes which I hadn’t played for a long time. Usually, these games are pretty similar on all the sites I have tried. But Mr. Green had some annoying choices- the buttons are all in the wrong places and it took me a while to get into the play. I finally got started, losing immediately, but kept going and things started looking up. At this point, the software started getting very buggy: it started with the screen freezing several times, then I got an error message of some sort. I closed the game and went back in, only to discover that the game was out of order. I gave it one more try, it worked all right for a while but then the screen froze again and I decided to leave the site.
I told my friend who I know likes this site and he said he’s never had anything like that happen to him. I guess it was just a momentary problem, but it definitely didn’t leave me very happy. I like to concentrate on my games and playing, and I can quite easily go on for hours at a time when things run smoothly. The bugs were a nuisance, and they spoiled my session and ruined what could have been a good winning streak. I won’t be giving it another try, as I know many other casinos that never have any trouble, so why waste my bets on the technology when I could be betting on the actual games? Sorry Mr. Green, it’s not me, it’s you.