View Full Version : Did You Get In On Canino-on-Net's Happy Hour Tonite?
08-01-2000, 08:25 PM
I just found out at the last minute that Casino-on-Net was having their famous happy hour again tonite (21:00 to 23:00 EST). I barely made it, but was able to use the old roulette trick to make $300 (again)!! I love that casino!!
08-01-2000, 08:53 PM
I did it also, thanks a million dude, cashed in for a profit of $430. They usually credit the cash advance fee back on my credit card from this casino
08-01-2000, 09:41 PM
Drats! How'd you find out? The News didn't make any mention of it...
08-01-2000, 10:39 PM
Yea, how did you guys find out? I was given no notice of it...
08-02-2000, 12:06 AM
If you play perfect black jack you have almost 50% chance of winning and all you have to do is wager $300 so you'll still end up in the red if you do this. I think wizard of odds has a chart when to hit, double down, split etc
08-02-2000, 12:38 AM
OK Guyz here'z the stategy. After depositing your grand and seeing their bonus money added to it - head straight to the cashier and cash-out your 1000 leaving the bonus money to play with.
Now just pick the game of choice and play at least $100 before cashing out. You could play ONE hand of BJ and if you win, you've met the requirements and will take home $200. OR, you can make multiple wagers with $10-20 per hand until you've gambled $100. Whatever is left, you cash in and keep!
Wagering more that the $100 means you are a REAL gambler and you want to GO FOR THE GOLD.
Oh, yea - one more thing. Be sure to read ALL the fine print before entering into any casino deal.
Glenn (TV Doc)
08-02-2000, 01:10 AM
what the heck, did I miss it? Oh ****.
08-02-2000, 05:18 AM
I forget which forum I saw it on (it might have actually been....gasp...choke...Anandtech). I have several accounts with Casino-on-Net and they did not email me about this. I was running out of time or I would have posted the info before I played. It would seem that Casino-on-Net did not want to advertise this event to existing account holders for obvious reasons....i.e. they may be getting wise to the old roulette trick and the fact that many people have set up multiple accounts. I ran out of credit cards already, so I took the extreme measure of using my debit card (luck I had more than a grand in my checking account!). Anyway it worked for the third time.
08-02-2000, 05:38 AM
man, I wish they would have credited the cash advance fee back to my cards. I did it twice and it cost me like $46.00 each time (with separate cards). I shouldnt complain, I still cleared $134.00 each, but still, sheesh!
08-02-2000, 05:38 AM
I actually did it twice using two different credit cards and passwords/phone #s. It worked ! I made an extra $210 playing BJ. I made sure I gambled their bonus money since they won't allow the Roulette trick anymore.
I'm up $904 with this casino alone.....
I love Casino-on-net
Glenn (TV Doc)
08-02-2000, 06:28 AM
If you fax them a copy of your credit card statement, they say that they will credit your account for the amount of the cash advance fee. It is an international fax so it will end up costing you quite a bit but not 46 bucks!!! Here is a response that someone got about the fee:
Thank you for contacting us.
Unfortunately, some banks and credit card companies have recently catagorized deposits you make to the Casino via Intersafe Global as "cash advances". As a result of this action, your account may incur extra charges.
We realize that this may inconvenience you, and therefore offer to cover these charges. Simply fax to +1 268 460 8425 a cover page with the subject "Cash Advance Fee" along with a legible copy of your credit/debit card statement showing cash advance charges and we will credit your casino bankroll with an amount equal to the total fees.
Yada, yada, yada....
Please note the casino may request additional relevant information/documents prior to issuing the above-mentioned credit. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Should you have additional questions please feel free to contact us. We are here for you 24 hours a day, everyday!
Like I said it is an international fax # and I couldn't get it to work. (I tried from work) Good luck, they seem willing to do what ever it takes to give away a ton of money! http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
By the way, my friend and I both tried to get on and deposit last night and neither one of us could do it. It would just sit there and process for about 20 minutes and when it finally came up the cards were denied. These are brand new cards with zero balances. I think they may have been slammed last night and the deposits timed out. I have heard of a few others having a problem getting deposits through too. If any of you had a problem with it last night, can you please post here? For a while I thought that they had banned my IP. Amongst a few of my friends and I, we have done the deal about 12 times from my computer. I hope that's not what it was.
[This message has been edited by djibouti (edited 08-02-2000).]
08-02-2000, 08:21 AM
Casino-On-net changed their bonus policy also. This is what it says on their front page. Be careful.
The bonus can be cashed out only after its full amount is wagered. If the bonus is wagered in Roulette or Craps, the Casino reserves the right to withdraw the amount of the bonus from player's cash out funds and in case of abuse, to prevent the player from accessing the Casino.
08-02-2000, 09:30 AM
So has anyone found a way to cash out with out losing the bonus from roulette or craps?
"If the bonus is wagered in Roulette or Craps, the Casino reserves the right to withdraw the amount of the bonus from player's cash out funds and in case of abuse, to prevent the player from accessing the Casino."
I guess you could still do the roulette thingy $150 on even and $150 on odd. Then go play a few hands at blackjack if you win some more, good if you loose some oh well, it was free money anyways.
Does anyone have any new strategies on this?
08-02-2000, 10:22 AM
I have done the roulette thing with my bonus since they have posted that "warning" and they still processed my cash out, credited back my CC and sent a notification that they have sent my check. I did more than two spins of the roulette (they might be looking for those people who deposit, do 2 spins and cash out).
08-02-2000, 10:41 AM
I spoke too soon. This morning I received the notification that I was in violation of their no roulette rule and had to forfeit my bonus money. They said that they will credit back my $1000, but I have been banned, so it looks like they are checking up on people now. Oh well.....it was a good run while it lasted.
I've never been banned anywhere before, so to celebrate the event, I believe I will crack the first beer of the day!!!!!!
08-02-2000, 10:55 AM
My freind just recieved this e-mail back from casino-on-net:
Thank you for contacting us.
I have checked your records and seen that a total of $1000.00 was credited to your card.There was a credit of $130.00 and $870.00 on the 7/29. Please be advise that according to our cash out policy requested amount is automatically refunded to your credit card up to the balance (total deposits less previous refunds) of that card with Casino. The remaining sum, if any, will be sent to you via your choice of wire transfer or bank draft. Our policy states that a bonus can be cashed out only after its full amount is wagered. It also states that if your bonus is wagered in Roulette or Craps, the Casino reserves the right to withdraw the amount of the bonus from the players cash out funds, and in case of abuse, to prevent the player from accessing the Casino.
Your game history shows that you signed up with Casino-on-Net to take advantage of our generosity. You did not play a fair game.
Thank you for your interest in our Casino.
TIme to find another strategy.
08-02-2000, 08:08 PM
Did any1 try it tonite... Did it work? It's almost time to close. RSVP FAST.
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