The fact of the matter is that when you dive, you should never take any gambles because you could be risking your life or the life of your diving buddy.
So what do you do if you fancy that kinds of thrill? Just go back to our previous post about the islands of Malta. Aside from the diving, Malta is also a hub for gambling. Although it is a small island nation, there are five casinos that can be enjoyed. So if you fancy a flutter, don’t take any risks under water, but do it in a brick and mortar casino. Not interested to go to Malta? No problem, just check out the guides at SlotsReview.ca to find a suitable site to test your luck. There are a lot of tests, reviews and gaming guides.
All the casinos feature bars, restaurants and live entertainment in very lavish settings. They all also feature video slots and old fashioned mechanical slots as well as live dealer games including poker, blackjack and roulette.
Whatever type of game you are looking for, you will surely find it in Malta. The newest casino to open its doors was the Casino Malta by Olympic Casino which opened its doors in the trendy St Julian’s district in 2016.
The Dragonara Casino, also in St Julian’s is housed in an impressive stone building right on the water’s edge. It has been operating since 1964 and offers a 24 hour service, seven days a week. It has recently been refurbished and features 300 slots 15 live tables and a VIP Poker room overlooking the sea.
A third option in St Julian’s is found at the Portomaso Marina. This is a smaller casino, but it still features slots, live tables and dealer games. It is open for business between 10 am and 6am on weekends. This casino hosts regular international poker tournaments and also has a live section where people can enjoy a gamble online.
The fourth casino is the Casino Maltese, which is found in Valletta and the other is the Oracle Casino found in St Paul’s Bay.