Moola.com is a gambling site which is completely free. Moola doesn’t require you to make a deposit because it makes money from video advertisements you have to watch before playing the games. Moola’s basic premise is that you have to start with one penny and work your way up the Moola Tower. The games are designed to be short and simple (the three games take less than five minutes each) so you can earn (or lose) very quickly. The higher you climb the Moola Tower, the more you can bet and win. You can cash-out by check once you reach $10. As of this writing, Moola is still in beta testing, so membership is reserved from invitations from existing members only.
Moola contains three free online gambling games: Hi/Lo, Ro-Sham-Bo-Fu and Gold Rush. The games pit players against each other (or against a bot if there’s no one to play). Each Moola game requires more luck than skills but they are still hopelessly fun and addicting.
Moola’s latest game, Hi/Lo is a simple card game. Using a deck of cards, each player starts with a 2 of hearts. Players have to guess the value of the next card; they have two choices: higher/same or lower (ace is the highest, 2 is the lowest, shapes doesn’t matter). If you guessed wrong you lose a life and have to start over. Hi/Lo gives you three lives to make it to the end. You can use one of the lives to lock onto your current position (so you don’t have to start from the beginning if you lose) and reshuffle your current card. The winner is determined by whoever makes it to the end with the most lives left or by whoever is locked onto the furthest position. Hi/Lo is the easiest and most luck-based of the three games.
Moola’s second game, Ro-Sham-Bo-Fu, is a more advanced version of rock-paper-scissor. Players play against each other for six rounds. The winner will get the number of points that was announced at the beginning of the round. But there’s a twist in Ro-Sham-Bo-Fu; players can earn bonus points, even if they didn’t win the round, if they don’t use one of three objects (rock, paper, and scissor) for the round (the object as well as the amount of bonus points is announced before the round starts). After six rounds, whoever has the most points will win. Ro-Sham-Bo-Fu is the most complicated and strategic Moola game.
Moola’s Gold Rush
Moola’s first original game, Gold Rush, is also its best. The mine has six gold pieces weighing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 pounds respectfully. You and your opponent each have the same amount of gold pieces with the same weight as the ones from the mine. Like Ro-Sham-Bo-Fu, Gold Rush has six rounds. Each round a gold piece from the mine will be place in the middle of the scale. You have to out bid your opponent for the gold pieces in the mine. If your gold pieces weigh more than your opponents than you get all the gold on the scale (your piece plus the mine’s and opponent’s). You can only use your gold pieces once so plan accordingly. If each player bet the same amount than the total amount of all the gold pieces on the scale will carry over to the next round. If you get to 32 pounds the game will end and you will win no matter of what round your in (there are 63 pounds of gold available so your opponent would have no way of beating you). Gold Rush has the right combination of strategy and simplicity, making it the best of the three games.
Moola promises more games and features in the future so stay tuned for more free online gambling games. In the mean time, you can enjoy playing Moola’s free online gambling games. Or you can visit multibetzone.com that I recomended if you want to bet with real money.