Where to Play Free Casino Games without Signing up or Downloading Anything

September 21, 2013 Posted in Casino Games by No Comments

I review a lot of casinos and it’s annoying that almost every gambling site on the internet requires you to sign up for an account before you can even see the games in action. Some casinos even make you download and install the software before you can get in.

Of course, this involves giving them your name, e-mail address, physical address, phone number and so on. It’s one thing to sign up at one or two casinos, but it gets old doing this over and over again. Sure, you can always just give them fake information, but then you have to set up an e-mail account and memorize even more passwords and usernames.

The one casino that doesn’t force you to sign up to play the free games is Bovada Casino. I visit Bovada quite regularly to refresh my memory on certain games before writing new articles. It’s the easiest gambling site to play casino games for free because you don’t have to sign up or download anything.

All you have to do is visit the Bovada website and then scroll down a way. You should see a list of the most popular “instant play games” near the center of the website. A few games are listed right there and there’s a link below that for a full list of no-download games at the website.

Click on the “practice” link next to any game and you can give it a shot right away. There are no signups, downloads or passwords required. Just wait for the game to load and you’re in.

Bovada is designed for players in the United Sates so don’t be surprised if you live somewhere else, click on the link and are redirected to Bodog. Both companies are related, but Bovada caters to the US audience while Bodog caters to everyone else. In either case, you will find free, no-download, no-signup games on the website.

If you want to play for real money, you’ll have to sign up for a real account and make a deposit. But if you just want to try the games with no fuss and free money, Bovada is the place to do it. It’s fast and free.

A few games are missing from the instant play option, but most of the big games are there. If there is a specific game that isn’t listed, you will have to download the full software.

Good luck.