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Jesper

Reading the terms of use
« on: July 21, 2019, 08:41:09 AM »
I was reading the terms of some on line casinos. They have put it in such a way, there will always be a reason to not pay out.  I wonder if it is legal to keep all the money on an account, for any reason they can find.

The bonus policy is vague described, but for roulette it can be 20 times "at 20%", which means 500 units in bonus, must be wagering 100 times, 50000 units in turn over.  In this case the player only need to deposit 100, but this 100 is not more than a fee for playing. We could as well just play fun mode.  Some even mention that low odds bets can be counted as violating the bonus. How many numbers which are OK is not mentioned.
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thomasleor

Re: Reading the terms of use
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2019, 09:26:04 AM »


Only idiots choose to deposit money in a Casino and use the Bonus option. This trick to attract the money of the more feeble minded gamblers and "lock" their first deposit (and in some cases even future ones) with a wagering requirement ranging between 20x-80x the first deposit size is as old as Internet online gambling... and you have realized all this,  now? Most Casinos offer a box you can un-tick before you deposit your money, but it is often well obfuscated, so most johns discover it way too late. If the Casino is a good one and you complain over such a beginners mistake they will lift away the wagering requirement, if not, well then you and your money are toast.

Personally I only use Casinos that are a minor service from huge stock exchanged registered Betting Portals. I can even use Casinos that use another name but still are owned by these portals.

Examples;

Unibet.com
Leovegas.com
storspelare.se
 and a 4-5 others.

The three on the top pay out your winnings (20€ -50,000€)  to your bank account within 4-5 minutes after you send the withdrawal request, no questions asked.

Sums from 50,000 to 100,000 Euro (usually won by sport bettors) takes about three days, the latter being a max withdrawal for a single request.
« Last Edit: July 23, 2019, 01:18:58 AM by kav »
 
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Re: Reading the terms of use
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2019, 10:45:47 AM »
What would your advice be for a successful AP gambler that lives in the USA but is crippled and cannot make it to a landbased casino without great trials and efforts and thus wishes to play online?
 
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thomasleor

Re: Reading the terms of use
« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2019, 11:13:43 AM »


If he "wishes" (means he has yet to play for Real) to play in an Online Casino, and cannot even travel to a land based Casino due to the physical impediments you mentioned, HOW CAN HE IN ANY WAY consider himself, or be considered, "successful"? 

Is this measure of skill, and Real Money gambling (the only measure of success in gambling), based on his own self-view, or is it based on many simulated trials at home, or what, exactly?

For sure they are not based on real gambling, or your question would be invalid.

I think you have to re-state you question, from a more realistic Point Of View, like for example;

If a US Citizen , loving roulette, but being an inexperienced amateur with no real money Casino experience and impeeded by a specific immobility desired to test his AP methods how would have to proceed to aquire  an account in a legitimate Casino Online and legally transfer funds for Real Money gambling?

In such a case here is one type of answer and approved by Uncle Sam:

https://www.playusa.com/us/

Here are some good leagal points to think of depending on which State he resides (courtesy - wizard of oz)

https://wizardofodds.com/the-legality-of-online-gambling-us/
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Re: Reading the terms of use
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2019, 11:20:13 AM »
He got in a car wreck on his way home and became crippled.  He is a grizzled AP veteran of the wheel.
 

thomasleor

Re: Reading the terms of use
« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2019, 11:29:46 AM »
He got in a car wreck on his way home and became crippled.  He is a grizzled AP veteran of the wheel.

So he has Real Money Gambling Experience from playing in various US Land based Casinos in, say Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno etc, but now, due to his physical impediment from the referred accident, seeks a good Online Casino accepting US Citizens?

Advice: Look again at my previous links - and read up some on this link:

slotsup.com/online-casinos/united-states-us
« Last Edit: July 23, 2019, 01:20:26 AM by kav »
 
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Re: Reading the terms of use
« Reply #6 on: July 22, 2019, 09:41:58 AM »
Thanks so much! :D