Minimum bet for blackjack is only 10 cents. It is still better than playing poker. I love playing poker but if a site has blackjack...then I am playing blackjack.
I play blackjack at Interpoker also. The monthly bonus is so much easier to clear by playing blackjack. In two years that I have been playing I have only lost the monthly bonus once. Every month I spend one to two hours playing at intercasino and cashout anywhere from 325-700 dollars every month. I cash it all out except for 27.50 so that I can play the downtime 50K added tourney. No matter how many entries that tourney gets Interpoker adds 50,000 dollars. Last month there were 1651 and I got 14th for 912 dollars.
is the best place for the freeroll player. Many freerolls
to be had there. Once you get some money on the site, they have a free 10 dollar bet/spin tourney that only costs a dollar to play. Finish in the top 50 and get that free ten bucks. You can waste it in the casino or sports book. A better place would be to transfer it to your poker account. These tourneys get 130 or so players. So you don't have to finish high to cash. Just the top 50. If you finish in the top 20 then you will get some more money. I got 12 bucks in a freeroll at Intertops and played in 8 free spin/bet tourneys. My account so then my account went up to 92 bucks. Played in some ring games and qualified for their raked hand freerolls. I have cashed out many times at Intertops. 700, 345, 290, 502...all from never risking one dime to do it. Came within three spots from winning a WSOP main event freeroll. Only the winner got anything for that tourney. 12K...10 to enter and 2 for expenses. That would have been nice.
I like playing in freeroll tourneys. I don't need to but I do. I like writing up a story on how I did go from nothing at a site to getting some big cashouts.
Interpoker has a 3,000 dollar freeroll every saturday. I have never won it, but I have done very well. Also when I cash in that tourney then I go straight to the casino with it. I once got 4.25 in the tourney and ran it up to 125 dollars. Then cashed out.