Red Flush Casino Review

Red Flush Casino Review

Never to be outdone by their American and European counterparts, Australia’s gaming industry leaders have issued this phenomenal casino. Since their online launch in 1999, Red Flush Casino has paid out over $1 billion in winnings to customers around the globe and is actively traded on the Australian Stock Exchange. Filled with exciting promotions and new games (the two marks of a casino that knows what players want), Red Flush Online Casino is a definite contender for your gambling dollar. This casino has earned numerous awards, including Gambling Online Magazine’s 2004 Gold medal “Editor’s Pick” and silver medal awards for “Top New Casino Software” and “Quickest Payouts”, and Casino Player’s “Best of Gaming” prize for 2005, and is one of Gambling “Top 100 Sites”. That’s a lot of recognition to ignore.

Bonuses & Promotions
When you sign up at Red Flush you can choose between 2 signup bonuses – deposit $10 and receive a $40 bonus, or get $100 up to $200. Beyond that, Red Flush Casino offers a torrent of great bonuses and promotions, including a $15,000 Australian vacation, a $100 7 Day Super Saver bonus, a share in $10,000 every Monday for players of the month’s highlighted game, and deposit bonuses of up to $100 almost daily. Age-confirmed status grants you the opportunity to win even more match and play bonuses, including a weekly cash back award. Lastly, a multi-tiered loyalty program offers increased benefits for frequent play.

Software & Graphics
Red Flush runs on Online Gaming Systems which is fair but not exceptional in its offerings. Their strongest games are slots, with a particular weakness in card games. Red Flush claims they use Online Gaming Systems because of increased capacity and flexibility, but what I’d really like to see is increased speed, playability, functionality, and customizability (I can’t believe that’s a real word, but it is). Red Flush Casino’s No Download casino is powered by Shockwave and is remarkably comparable to their Download versions.

The game selection here is interesting. There are, for example, a ton of slots, but only a couple versions of video poker. Besides the regular Roulette Table, there’s a special High Roller’s Roulette, as well as a regular and High Rollers Baccarat. Play single or multi-hand Blackjack, but no other card games here. Where are all the poker variants? Where are the live games? Where are the private rooms and multi-player games? And where oh where is the Craps?
Payouts, Cashouts & Security
Ironically, residents of Australia (and the Netherlands) are considered “Restricted” non-cash gaming jurisdictions. Likewise, players in Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, and Nevada cannot gamble here. Red Flush Casino uses 128-bit SSL encryption for your security. The Government of Australia independently evaluates and audits all of their games and systems. Red Flush was a land-based casino (and still is) long before it ventured online, so you can expect their levels of reliability, trust, and security to be exceptional. Oddly enough, proof of age is required, not at the outset of your attempted Red Flush gambling experience, but before you cash out winnings.

Customer Support
As mentioned above, since Red Flush started out in the brick-and-mortar casino industry, and continues to be quite successful at it, their customer support team, housed on location at the Red Flush Hotel and Casino, should be experienced and well-equipped to handle all your customer service needs. As seems to be the ironic case with most of the larger casinos like this, however, the contact options are limited. In this case, however, one of them is live web chat (which is all I ever really care about). A single email address is expected to complement that offering. (chuckle, chuckle).