Registration was simple and quick, email validation was without any problem as usual, and I then went on to complete my profile info, uploaded my documents for verification, and finally making a $20 deposit to claim the Welcome package. So far so good, no problems encountered, with the verification of my documents taking an hour or two to be approved, but that is still good. Quite a big number of casinos take several days to do this.
GDFPlay Casino uses the Bonus Lock system, meaning, the bonus money can only be released in stages, after completing every $150 wagering for a $10 bonus each time. I don't like this at all! By the time I had lost all of my deposit money, I still have $119 wagering to be completed before I can even see my first $10 bonus. What the argh! I find this system absolutely ridiculous! I would prefer to get my bonus money right away, to allow me to play straight away, and not have the bonus money stashed away. I don't think I will ever come back to finish off the remaining wagering requirement, so in fact, I had gained nothing in terms of bonus money. Only the 100 free spins was a consolation for me.
I had played Karaoke Party before this, and I had rated the game very poorly, so I wasn't excited at all in getting 100 free spins on it! I would prefer another better game of course, but none of Microgaming games have ever been good to me. Nonetheless, that 100 free spins gave a low $6.46 win, and I quickly switched over to Ladies Nite, hoping for a much better game play and payout, but which I have always doubted anyway. Well, was I wrong? I managed to get 1 Free Spins game, which was really surprising, because Microgaming games tend to go over 100 empty spins before giving a Free Spins game, for me at least. But it didn't pay well, only slightly less than 20x my bet amount, and I soon went dry in the end, with no more Free Spins coming. Why is it that I can NEVER get any satisfaction from any Microgaming games or casinos?!