Wednesday, 20 February 2013

£10 Free For All UK Players

We've added Roxy Palace Casino to our recommended casinos for UK players.  Roxy Palace is a Microgaming casino and they are currently offering all new players from the UK £10 FREE - no deposit required just sign up and get £10 to play with.

If you do wish to make a deposit and play for real money then Roxy Palace will match your 1st deposit 100% up to £150 and you'll get 100% up to £200 on your second deposit too - that's £350 worth of free money in total.

Roxy Palace is a great choice if you're looking for slots, video poker or table games - they've a fantastic suite of Microgaming games plus there is a live dealer casino and full support for mobile devices too.

You can read our full review of Roxy Palace or visit Roxy Palace and start playing with £10 free.

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Also read: Artificial intelligence: your employer can predict if you want to quit

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