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Hi, I just visited the casino on net web site and I noticed a link about rules on the bonuses. It said that the casino RESERVES the right to withhold the bonuses if it is played on craps or roulette and/or if the total bet amount is less than double the bonus amount.
My question is if anybody has able to do the roulette trick since this policy has gone into effect or are they really narcing down on it?
08-22-2000, 01:02 PM
They changed the rules about Roulette and Craps 2 or 3 promotions (Happy Hours) ago. The last change they made was requiring you to wager 2X the bonus.
This makes it just a little harder to cash in during one of their GREAT Happy Hours.
WARNING: If you try the Roulette "trick" they will possibly BAN you from their casino.
Glenn (TV Doc)
[This message has been edited by blueribb (edited 08-22-2000).]
08-22-2000, 01:08 PM
not that I would EVER EVER EVER do ANYTHING to scam a casino...
but just out of curiousity... what is this roulette 'trick'?? http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
08-22-2000, 03:20 PM
08-22-2000, 05:09 PM
You can still do the roulette trick (as I did), just don't greedy and do it during the happy hour... cover it with some $2 hands in blackjack. $180 is better than nothing.
08-23-2000, 12:15 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by duff:
[b]slomo... so you were able to cash out using the roulette trick but you're just saying to play some other games also, right? So we are still able to do this? I'm asking because they're doing a 50% blind happy hour and it would be great if this is still working.[b]<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
I did the roulette trick very recently and I mixed in a few hands of blackjack. The point I'm trying to make is NOT to do it during the happy hour stuff when they are looking closely at your gaming history. Just take the 'normal' 20%.
[This message has been edited by slomo1k (edited 08-23-2000).]
The happy hours are supposed to be on August 29th. This is what the email said:
"August 29: The Blind Happy Hours - The sibling of our world famous Happy Hours. All members will receive %50 of the deposits they made during these 2 randomly picked hours back to their bankrolls."
Yeah, so I don't know exactly how it's going to go down, but I'd like to get up on it...
slomo, you think depositing during happy hours and then doing everything like the next day would work?
slomo... so you were able to cash out using the roulette trick but you're just saying to play some other games also, right? So we are still able to do this? I'm asking because they're doing a 50% blind happy hour and it would be great if this is still working.
When is the SUPER SUPER BLIND Happy Hours then??? =P
08-23-2000, 11:12 AM
Yuup, spill the beans duff, when the hell is the "blind" happy hour. Is it like the hour that has the most deposits gets a 50% bonus or something wack like that?
08-24-2000, 05:23 AM
Here's my strategy - use as many different credit card numbers as possible and put a grand in at different time intervals (your best guess). If you're lucky, the next day you'll see an extra $500 in your account.
Update: They will allow you to make multiple deposits to cover different hours with the same credit card according to an email I got from them.
*Don't forget that your must wager at least 2X the bonus received. And if you try the roulette trick you could be banned from the casino.
Good Luck everyone,
Glenn (TV Doc)
[This message has been edited by blueribb (edited 08-24-2000).]
08-24-2000, 02:51 PM
blueribb: So you could take a credit card with a ton of credit on it and make 24 $1k deposits and be guaranteed the $500 and then cash out all but that one? Also, does anybody know if the 2 50% hours are consecutive or not? All of their other happy hours were 2 consecutive hours, so I'm assuming this would be too making only 12 deposits necessary.
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08-24-2000, 03:15 PM
Another thing to consider.. my company has been faithfully charging me a $30 cash advance fee on every deposit with casino-on-net. The casino has been very good at cashing this money back to me, although it does take a few days to get the whole thing going. If this casino sees you dumping money in every hour on the hour on your card do ya think they'll reimburse every transaction charge? They may consider it fraudulent, even though it IS a gamble and that IS the business they're in. What if they consider that fraudulent activity and ban you from the casino without possibility of reimbursement of those fees? Sounds very risky to try the "deposit every (or every other) hour" trick. But hey, good luck to those who are willing to take the risk!
why make 24 $1k deposits? why not make 24 $10 deposits (or whatever the minimum is) and when you hit the bonus hour, go whole hog.
08-24-2000, 04:59 PM
Because the way they do it, I believe, is put the money in your account the next day, when they determine the hour.
08-25-2000, 08:31 AM
Personally, I think the casino picks the two hours where the total deposits were the lowest. I doubt that it's random.
08-25-2000, 08:59 AM
Think about it. I don't think they would pick a time like 4am or 2pm but you never know. My money's on 6pm to midnight for at least one of the two hours.
I've read about the cash advance fee some banks are charging. This sucks. I would email the casino to see if they have a solution rather than hope it doesn't happen
Glenn (TV Doc)
08-25-2000, 09:14 AM
my mbna card charges $30 for a $1000 cash advance, but they credit it back when the casino credits it back. I would not recommend ever using Citibank credit cards for on-line gambling. They charge you 40% for cash advance fees if they find out that you do on-line gambling!!!
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