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Wanna be a lucky potato?
Casino.dk (the most generic name for a casino, if we ever saw one) is great. Danish players who can access it may consider themselves lucky potatoes. The games library is excellent, the welcome bonus is cool (even though it's just over a hundred euros), there are no hidden bullshit terms (or they are hidden really well), and the 'potatoes' promotional ads are fun.
Casino.dk has been around since 2002, although it was closed for some time, after the Betsson group bought them, and re-opened several years ago. It is now licensed by the Danish Gambling Authority, and only accepts players from Denmark. The only language on the website is also Danish.
The website looks alright, although far from impressive - just a plain functional design in dark-blue colors.
“The instant play game lobby is somewhat sluggish, and lacks any kind of sorting or filtering options, but otherwise works fine.”
The banking options look solid - credit cards, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, and more.
The support is available through live chat, phone, and email 24/7. The operators speak English well enough, but again, this is a Danish-only casino. Why would you speak English to them in the first place?
Software and Game Variety
The games at Casino.dk are powered by several popular software developers, such as Netent, Microgaming, Nextgen, ELK, Play’n Go, and others. The collection is great, with over 550 games total.
Quite predictably, most of those are slots. You’ll find there timeless hits like Gonzo’s Quest and Immortal Romance, brand-new releases such as Castle Builder 2 and Moon Princess, and branded games like Game of Thrones and Superman. Some sweet jackpot slots are there too - Cosmic Fortune by Netent, Piggy Bank by Play’n Go, and others.
There’s also a good variety of table games (roulette, blackjack, baccarat, casino poker) and video poker.
Mobile and Live Games
Options are good, and when it comes to mobile gaming, Casino.dk offers two of them. You can either play right on the website (just open it in your mobile browser) or download an app for Android or iOS. Both work fine, and it’s really up to you which one to choose.
Live casino runs on Evolution Gaming platform and offers traditional games like roulette, blackjack, casino holdem, and baccarat.
Bonuses and Promotions
There’s a saying in Danish that is literally translated as “lucky potato” (meaning a lucky person). Casino.dk utilises it often in funny promotional videos and encourages you to become one with its welcome bonus. The bonus is pretty simple - a 100% match on the first deposit up to 1000 Danish Krone (about €135) and 50 free spins on Twin Spin slot.
“The wagering requirements are pretty good - 35 times the bonus. There doesn’t seem to be any bullshit terms attached to it, making it a neat little bonus.”
Casino.dk is cool. Too bad it’s for Danish players only. The games are numerous and diverse (live dealers and mobile gaming included), the website is alright, and the welcome bonus is fair.
Click here to play at Casino.dk - arguably one of the best options for Danish players.
Updated: 20 Nov 2017