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The end of March can be a frustrating time, especially if you don’t know anything about college basketball. Bosses are confused why productivity suddenly plummets. Wives are concerned that their husbands (who used to be grown men) are consumed with the “Big Dance” and can’t wait for the “sweet sixteen“. Guys who aren’t college basketball fans can no longer communicate with their friends because they assume an “at-large berth” is a dangerous medical procedure.

For this reason, we have made our $10,000 March Madness Contest accessible to everyone, including those that don’t have the madness.  To sweeten the deal even further, we give you free casino cash just for entering the contest!  How do you get your hands on the $10,000 prize?

  1. If you don’t have it already, get our free casino software.
  2. Make 2 deposits in the month of March (minimum of $30 apiece).
  3. When making the deposits, click on “redeem coupon” and enter one of the following bonus codes:
  • GLENDALE – 50% Deposit Bonus on your next deposit over $30
  • MEMPHIS – 100% Deposit Bonus on your next deposit over $50
  • BOSTON – 150% Deposit Bonus on your next deposit over $75
  • INDIANAPOLIS – 200% Deposit Bonus on your next deposit over $100



Now you can be a part of all the NCAA Tournament action!  How is it going to feel when you win more off of March Madness this year than your husband?  How are your friends going to react when you’re taking them all out for drinks because you just won $10,000 in the 2009 college basketball championship?  I promise it’s sweeter than a Sweet 16!

Learn all about the rules in the last article about our March Madness Contest, or on our official March Madness Promotion page.

Whose face are you going to rub it in when you win the big prize? Let us know in the comment section below!

Jeff White

Jeff has been an active gambler from the age of 18 when he won a small local poker tournament in San Jose, CA. He moved on to playing other casino games shortly thereafter, with a great interest in the statistics and mathematics involved. He has studied the historical gambling systems of nearly every popular casino game played today, and has written strategy books for several of them including blackjack, slot machines, craps, and roulette. Jeff has been a daily contributor to the Silver Oak Casino blog since the beginning of 2009.