Skill Games

27 May 2009

Everyone loves skill games. There are a variety of online skill games you can play for fun or for cash. You can take you pick from Rummy, Mahjong, Spades, Backgammon and more.

Each of these have tournaments for your enjoyment and to test your skill with others who love the same game. And if you do not know how to play and want to learn, all the sites have tutorials and show you how to play with tips and strategies.

Take a look at the sites listed below and see which one you want to try. Keep your mind sharp with any skill game, as well as see how you match up to others.
http://www.gamesandcasino.com/skill-games.html

Related News

  • 13 June 2009

    BG Room Promotions

    Ok here is one for all the backgammon lovers. At the BG Room you can sign up for a new account and get $5 free just for joining! Check out their new jungle room, where you can choose to show your rank or not. Take a look at their weekly $500+ Tuesday tournaments. The buy in is only $7 or you can win a seat in their new $1 Sit n Go tournaments. Then on Thursday they have a $1000+ Tournament. You can check the site for the times of these and other tournaments. Their 30% deposit bonus is back!

    Read full article
  • 30 August 2009

    Rummy Royal Promotions

    If you enjoy playing games like Gin Rummy, Kalooki, Kalooki 40, Oklahoima Gin, Traditional Rummy or Rummy 500 then Rummy Royal is the place to be. There you can learn to play any of these games free. Then if you decide you want to play for cash, they will give you $5 to try them, and 200% bonus on your first deposit, You can match your skills against other players and play in tournaments like the Ultimate Rummy Challenge or the 25K Tournament.

    Read full article
  • 12 September 2009

    Mahjong Time Skill Game

    Everyone loves the game of mahjong, I know I do, it was one of the first games played on my computer. At Mahjong Time you can learn the game, and play in tournaments. You can sign up for free and there is no download required. They have every kind of mahjong there is , such as Hong Kong, American, Chinese Official, Talwanese, European Classical and Riichi Rules. They also have several different tournaments you can join in on.

    Read full article