Music Hall Casino
Strangely perhaps, casino reviews of Music Hall casino are few and far between which is surprising as this casino has been around for a while now, with it’s old-time music theme creating a semi-nostalgic atmosphere, and is a very reputable Microgaming casino. Like most Microgaming casinos we have reviewed, Music Hall uses their popular “Viper” software which not only ensures new games are added monthly automatically, but also provides players with “Auto-Play” and “Auto-Hold” – handy for those who do not know the best card strategies. Expect to find several Video Poker variants including (but not limited to) Deuces Wild, Joker Poker, Double Double Bonus & Aces & Faces, a shedload of bonus slots and jackpot progressives plus around 100 card and traditional casino games.
Musichall casino is, strangely enough, themed around a Music Hall and is one of the few casinos to offer instant NETeller withdrawals! Using the Microgaming software engine, the Casino Games Lobby has been left relatively as defaulted on MG casinos. Not nearly as pretty as somewhere like Ladbrokes, but very easy to use with the familiar “hyperlink” style games chooser.
The two most notable differences between Musichall and many other MG casinos are it’s range of games and the denominations. The slots and table games are pretty much all there, but for some reason they have decided to only include the Multi-hand Video Pokers. Now in some instances the odds are better on MG multi-hand games than on Single hand – presumably to encourage you to bet more. But at first glance this is a little disappointing. However, the second notable difference is the denominations used in Video Poker. While most of the better known MG casinos opt for a minimum 25 cents per line, you can go as low as 1 cent per line in Musichal Casino. This makes up for the lack of single-hand in that you can still set lower bets…in fact lower than in most other single-hand option casinos.
Otherwise, the casino resembles what you’d expect from an MG casino (see below for the MG overview). It offers good banking options and while a relatively new kid on the block, seems to have a reasonable reputation thus far.
One further point worthy of note to some: at the time we conducted this review they had a small no-deposit bonus on offer.