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BE THE DEALER REVIEW

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Reviewed By: 
Casinoguy
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Software: 
Proprietary
Payment Methods: 
Credit Cards, Dinersclub, Ukash, Instadebit, Ecocard, Neteller, Click2Pay, Moneybookers, Citadel, Firepay, Wire Transfer
Currency: 
US Dollar

If you always think the dealer has an unfair advantage, then Be the Dealer casino offers a different concept, the player can play as the dealer. In order to change places with the dealer you need to acquire the required amount of dealer points (this varies depending on the game) and have a minimum balance, again this depends on the game. For example if you want to become the dealer in 25c video poker, you will need to have 1.25 dealer points and a minimum cash balance of $65, whereas if you want to dealer the higher stakes game then you will need to have at least 25 dealer points and a balance of $1300. Becoming the dealer in table games can be even more expensive – to deal low stakes Caribbean stud you will need a balance of $6060 and 90 dealer points, and for the higher stakes game 2250 dealer points and a bank balance of a whopping $151500!

Dealer points are earned on every dollar you bet, as a rough example you earn one player point for each dollar bet but this varies depending on the game. If you don't want to use your dealer points to play as the dealer, you can exchange them for cash – you will get $10 for every $10,000 points redeemed.

The casino is geared up very much for the player to be able to play as dealer so the emphasis is on table games, although there are some slots on offer . The five line Shamrocks Gold slot with its leprechaun bonus game was quite generous and has a minimum line bet of just 1c. In total there are six progressive slots and twelve regular slots.

The casino is geared up very much for the player to be able to play as dealer so the emphasis is on table games, although there are some slots on offer . The five line Shamrocks Gold slot with its leprechaun bonus game was quite generous and has a minimum line bet of just 1c. In total there are six progressive slots and twelve regular slots.

Overall, I found Be The Dealer different and fun – I wouldn't agree with the statement that the house always wins though as every time I played as the dealer I seemed to find myself facing some very lucky players!