The flagship of all online casinos, GoldenPalace.com
is probably the world's best known and respected
online casino. Since 1997, serving over 5 million
is by far the hottest casino on the Internet.
has won virtually every award in the industry,
including: Best Slots, Best Video Poker,
and Best Sign-up Bonus, voted by Only Slots
Magazine. With accolades like that, you to have
check it out. GoldenPalace.com
is simply the best of the best.
uses the latest version of the great PlayTech
software, and their software and Random Number
Generator (RNG) are audited and verified for accuracy
by BMM, the most credible casino auditing company
in the world. And the odds here are better than
Vegas across the board. Their games and their
graphics are first-rate too. The games are easy
and fun to play, and they feel like the real deal.
You'll love playing here.
You'll get a huge 300%
bonus within 15 minutes of your first deposit
and a constant stream of comps, rewards,
bonuses and cash-back to maximize
your bankroll every week.
As for their customer support, it's simply the
world's best, with 24/7 live support via
email, live chat or toll-free phone call from
anywhere in the world.
Palace offers almost every depositing and
banking option, and deposits go through very quickly.
Players can make deposits using FirePay,
credit cards, Neteller, Citadel
and many other ways. GoldenPalace.com
is legally licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission,
the strictest online casino licensing authority
in the world.
is an online casino, hosted at Mohawk Internet
Technologies, which is located in the Kahnawake
Mohawk Territory near Montreal. They are well-known
for their publicity stunts. They are also known
for large 'bonuses', free chips for play at their
casino. On several occasions this has led to controversy
when the site refused to pay players seen to be
only playing in order to claim the free money
and not for the entertainment value. One key incident
led to the site's former software provider, Microgaming,
terminating their agreement. This led GoldenPalace
to move to rival Playtech software.
The casino has paid many boxers to wear temporary
tattoos on their backs promoting the site. GoldenPalace.com
has been accused of far more disruptive stunts. The
casino is widely believed to have sponsored serial
streaker Mark Roberts in several of his escapades,
including his "performances" at the 2003
UEFA Cup final and Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004; at
both events, he wore a temporary GoldenPalace.com
tattoo. Individuals sporting temporary tattoos for
the casino have also disrupted other sporting events,
including the 2004 Summer Olympics and the 2006 Winter
Olympics. Famed free climber Alain Robert also wore
such a tattoo when he climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge
less controversial acts, it sponsored both Roberts
(who was fully clothed) and former NBA star Dennis
Rodman's participation in the 2004 Running of the
Bulls as a fundraiser for multiple sclerosis charities.
It also has sponsored several competitive eaters and
competitive eating competitions, one of which was
profiled on the A&E TV show Airline (ironically,
a grilled cheese sandwich eating contest, which the
casino famously paid for with the image of the Virgin
Mary). It also sponsored the da Vinci Project's attempt
to fly a reusable manned spacecraft for the Ansari
Bids at Internet Auctions
GoldenPalace.com is also well-known for its winning
Internet auctions, mostly for bizarre items. For example:
22 July 2004, GoldenPalace won its first bid,
buying a David Beckham missed penalty kick ball
On 3 March 2005, they paid $650,000 for the naming
rights of a recently discovered monkey species.
The GoldenPalace.com Monkey was officially named
On 30 March 2005, the casino paid Terri Iligan
$15,199 to change her name to "goldenpalace.com".
On 5 May 2005, it paid €188,938.88 ($244,524.73)
to German student Benjamin Halbe for a VW Golf
car which formerly belonged to Joseph Cardinal
Ratzinger, now better known as Pope Benedict XVI.
With over 8.5 million visitors, the auction became
the most often viewed auction on eBay.de.
On 30 June 2005, Karolyne Smith sold the right
to permanently tattoo their domain name on her
forehead for $10,000 US.
On 20 July 2006 the casino paid $1,385.00 in an
auction on eBay to name an improvisational comedy
group from the Magnet Theater in New York City,
The GoldenPalace.com Ha! Rollers. (Credit: