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Casino London

Fabio Contissa offers advice on how to make the most of a visit to one of London’s casinos

 

The city of London is known for the many things on offer in regards to entertainment. Whether you’re looking for some Instagrammable hotspots popular with partygoers  or something low-key and effortless, London has it going on. That’s a big reason why the city draws in approximately 19 million tourists every year.

 

If you happen to be passing through the city or if you’re proud to call London your home, then I’d suggest one of the best ways to have fun is to “hit up the casino.”

 

How to prepare for a night at the casino

To prepare for a big night out at one of London’s many casinos, you’ll want to “get your glad rags on.” Going out to the casino is typically a major event for people – especially if you’re in a group or taking a date out for the evening – and it’s worth dressing up for the occasion. You want to look good just in case you get a big win, right?

 

Beforehand, you’ll want to set yourself a budget too. Know which games you’d like to play and set yourself some limits so you can have fun without being too disappointed if you find yourself out of pocket.

Casino London – Fabio Contissa offers advice on how to make the most of a visit to one of London’s casinos.

Play online casino games to prepare 

Alternatively, if you’re all “tuckered out” from too much sightseeing (or maybe the London Eye has you “all shook up”?) you could log into an online casino and play games from the comfort of your own home or hotel room. You can also use online casinos to learn the rules of casino games in order to be prepared for your land-based casino visit. For example, SupreLenny online casino, offer great welcome bonuses for new players, and this site already has a few fans for its selection of slot games. These include video slots and progressive slots as well as tie-in slots such as Jurassic Park. There are quite a few slots to choose from, including those from leading developers like Microgaming and NetEnt.

 

For a more traditional casino gaming experience though, there are also casinos specialising in blackjack. Different casinos offer different bonuses, including welcome bonuses when you sign up and there are several blackjack variants in case you feel like learning some new blackjack rules.

 

It just goes to show that there are plenty of ways to have “casino fun” in the city of London. Whether you feel like leaving a dent in your sofa or dusting off your jewellery collection to “get all dolled up,” there’s a way for you to game in whatever way suits you best.

 

Fabio Contissa is a freelance writer with an extensive knowledge of casinos, restaurants and fine dining .

 

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