Online Casino Games You Should Play at Intertops

When talking about Intertops, you always have to think about the fact that they are one of the oldest, most well-established online gaming establishments in the world. In fact, it would not be at all inaccurate to say that they are one of the pioneers in the business.

It's common for an entity that might be more well known for its sportsbook to also offer customers a casino. And Intertops has been in the online casino business for a long time. 

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It is appropriate that when we describe the overall experience, we have to include the Intertops Casino because it is not incidental but indeed essential. 

First of all, we should point out that Intertops has two kinds of casinos. They have some different games, which we'll talk about in a moment. And the bonuses are different as well. With Casino Red, you'll get a 125% sign-up bonus, while with Casino Classic the sign-up bonus is 100%. Both have in common the fact that you can either download them or play in "Instant Play" fashion. 

So which games should you play in each part of the Intertops Casino?

At Casino Red, you should play the "New Games" that are listed. They are mostly slots, although it could include something in blackjack or roulette, for example. Intertops runs promotions surrounding these games where you can get value. And there may be no-deposit bonuses as well. 

You should try a blackjack variation - for example, Super 21, where you can be paid extra for certain hands that total 21, such as those including six cards, which brings an especially large payout. 

You can play poker against the house, whether it's Caribbean Hold'em or Caribbean Stud Poker. And definitely keep an eye out for the "Slot of the Month," where you will get a bonus. One recent example had a 100% bonus up to $500 plus 50 spins. 

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And there are "specialty" games like Fish Catch, which is a multiplayer shooting game. It's something you probably shouldn't miss. 

At Casino Classic, the blackjack variations are worth exploring. We're talking about games like Perfect Pairs, Downtown Vegas Blackjack or Vegas Single Deck. They all have a little "tweak" that makes them different than the blackjack game you may be used to. 

The table games that pit you against the house in poker are very intriguing. In Mulligan Poker, for example, if you, as the player, are dealt a five-card hand that you don't like, you could get a "mulligan" and have a whole new five-card hand dealt to them. There is a "specialty" game called Poker Dice that is not necessarily a poker game but is played with five dice. 

Progressive games are unique too. There is a progressive blackjack game, and perhaps more exciting are slots like Ultimate 10x Wild, where a $25,000 jackpot can be triggered at any time. They also have a gamble feature where you can go double-or-nothing after any win. 

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Casino Classic also hosts the Intertops Casino tournament series. You'll be able to compete in slots, blackjack and video poker. Some of those are free for players; others incur an entry fee. There is something new every day, and it is mandatory that you should check that out. 

By anyone's measure, there's a whole lot for you to get busy with!

About the Author

Charles Jay is unlike most analysts associated with handicapping and the gaming industry, in that he also has had extensive experience in the so-called "mainstream" media as well.

He has been involved with professional sports industry for almost two decades, working in all capacities, as a matchmaker, booking agent, manager, and also as an editorial consultant on USA Network's "Tuesday Night Fights," which, for a time, carried "Charles Jay's Line" on upcoming fights. As a broadcaster, he has called world title fights around the world for various outlets, and has served as a color commentator for Sunshine Network and Prime Network.

His radio experience includes being the host of numerous programs, including "Sportswatch with Charles Jay" on KDWN in Las Vegas, "Total Action" on WAXY 790 in Miami, and "Charles Jay's Winning Edge", syndicated into 55 markets by the American Radio Networks, and he's done podcasts on all subjects related to sports, gaming and popular culture.

Working within the casino industry, he has a special events consultant for Casino Magic in Mississippi, as that venue established itself in the early 1990s as a hotbed of boxing activity in particular. Prior to this, he had been engaged as a casino gaming columnist for, among others, Casino Player, Card Player and Sports Form (now known as Gaming Today), specializing in blackjack. And later on, his investigative series on boxing, entitled "Operation Cleanup," won him much critical acclaim, including the 2003 "Dignity" Award, in the category of "Best Sports Writer," as bestowed by the Retired Boxers Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to rendering assistance to ex-fighters in need.

In 2006 he established a content services division of his company, which has eventually evolved in JayWords, and he is arguably the world's most prolific sports & gaming writer, with over 20,000 articles to his credit, the vast majority of which have been sports handicapping pieces. So you might say he has analyzed as many sporting events as anyone alive during this period. He has also brought some interest with his so-called "gimmick" odds on special events, including the Academy Awards, the NFL Draft, and the Super Bowl, for which he posted dozens and dozens of different odds propositions with various sportsbooks.

This renaissance man is a graduate of the University of Miami (Florida) who currently resides in the South Florida area.