Strike Sapphire Review
Strike Sapphire is one of those casinos that appear cool, but end up being just alright – just a bit above average.
This review will tell you all about it.
First off, they don’t allow Americans to play on their site. Hell, they don’t allow Americans to access their site period – not even for play money.
As you can probably imagine, that makes it difficult to write a ‘review.’ So I had to have a buddy help me out with some of the details. Many of my opinions are really his.
So, let’s get started.
We’ll start with the promotions first.
PROS VS. CONS
Has chatbox features
Can play 6 games simultaneously
Can get up to $1,000 & 18% cashback - Free
Converts deposits from bitcoin to USD
Requires lots of details when signing up and cashing out
20+ Games and (Surprisingly) Average Software
Before I reviewed Strike Sapphire I heard something both interesting and exciting.
They’re both a software company and one of the best Bitcoin casinos.
That should be pretty cool, right? You’d think they’d have the most amazing games and software.
That’s surprising… and a tad disappointing, if I’m being honest.
But, anyway, they have 5 categories of games: Board, Dice, Roulette, Video, Slots, & Card Games
And you can choose from 20+ games to play.
Here are some of your options:
- Chipwars – A board / tourney-based game.
- Poker – Play Texas Holdem and Omaha ring games, tournaments and freerolls. Rake is as low as 1 percent. You can also host your own private / charity games.
- 3-Card Poker
- Scuba Cube
- Video Poker
Many of these games (namely Scuba Cube and Chipwars) looked dull, which might explain why no one was registered to play them.
The most unique aspect of their game section is that you can play several games simultaneously. Six, to be exact.
I think that’s pretty cool, because you can spread your bankroll out to play a mixture of games that is both easy and hard on your bankroll – like slots and blackjack.
You also don’t have to choose between slots themes or video poker variations. Just play them both – or all of them.
So… there you have it – Strike Sapphire in a nutshell.
Bear in mind this review was based on what little I could find, see and read – and the rest on what someone else found for me.
But… this seems like an average casino.
They have a smaller selection of games. Their software is (surprisingly) average. And you don’t even deposit or play in bitcoin.
This is balanced by a decent deposit bonus and almost 20% cash back.
So, we give them an equally balanced (and very average) grade: C+.
We’ll bump this grade up if they make any improvements in the future.