Roulette won't load for me. The pop-up of where the game is supposed to be is there, but all that loads is a grey screen.
It is a gigantic flash game with no "loading" notification animation thing. Even on my incredibly fast connection, it look like 20 seconds for the game to download then load. Just leave the window up for a long time and eventually it will appear :-)
Anyway, if you all saw my other reviews/tests of other sites a while back, I'm back!
And it was my pleasure to review a site better set up with more info and professionalism than the flip style sites, which by the way all turned out to scam you at high BTC amounts.
So I headed over to my pal, roulette, and spun 125 times with a double 2/3 bet up. That's a famous way to test if a game is cheating you by the way because if it's rigged to lose every 10 spins regardless or something, that's show up in the stats more obviously when you're anticipates to only lose approximately 1/3 of the time.
By the way, clicking the stack on the left clears the table. Took me a while to figure that out
I bet 5 on the middle and ending 2/3 segments and what do you know, 83 wins and 42 losses with 4 of the losses being green. That's a 33.6% loss rate and 66.4% win rate. Almost precisely perfect. In fact, considering green, I beat the odds quite a bit. Now, that's 3.2% green and you'd expect 2.7% but that's such a small sample size, I can't really say a whole lot definitive about that. I even mixed up between the 2/3 rows and 2/3 segments and that didn't make me start winning or losing more often either.
I also mixed up my bets and occassionally put down a 5x or 6x the normal bet and actually won most of those so it doesn't appear to cheat at higher bet levels. It doesn't cheat you on inside bets either. I bet "the red snake" to test that and hit a 35x inside win about 1/3 of the time, as would be expected.
So, it's my determination that it's a perfectly fair, within the odds, proper roulette game.
For blackjack, that's a little too hard to keep stats on because it's so situational and I didn't memorize the exact strategy. It sure seemed like the dealer was hitting perfect small cards a bit too often though. Also, it doesn't follow the rules. The dealer doesn't reveal a 21 immediately, he makes you hit or stand first. I think that might be to your advantage but then if you have a 21, they make you hit stand manually. It still pays 3:2 though. Definitely strange. Also, no split button
So I think that game is a bit disadvantaged on purpose but I don't have precise numbers to back it up.
And from my 30 or so spins on the slot machines, I'd say their odds match up with real life pretty well, lol.
By the way, the site keeps a viewable log of every hand/spin result for the last 200 under "bookings" so that really does show some honesty. You should definitely check it out, especially if you speak German lol.