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32Red club rouge (the color)

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by leszeksch, Sep 25, 2005.

    Sep 25, 2005
  1. leszeksch

    leszeksch Dormant account

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    Can anybody tell me how to become 32Red club rouge member?
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2005
  2. Sep 25, 2005
  3. mary

    mary Dormant account

    I don't think you understand the word "rogue" correctly.

    "Rogue" means "bad".

    32Red was named Casinomeister's Best Casino 2003 & 2004, it isn't "rogue".

    Now, sometimes people misspell "rogue" as "rouge", and "rouge" = "red".

    Anyway, to become a member, just click on the banner.
     
  4. Sep 25, 2005
  5. leszeksch

    leszeksch Dormant account

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    32Red club rouge

    Thanks.Of course rouge not rogue.Sorry my mistake.
     
  6. Sep 25, 2005
  7. kavaman

    kavaman Senior Member PABnononaccred3 PABnononaccred3 MM

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    Rouge

    Clubrouge membership is not so easy. You have to be an active player, and only some players get invited. Dont really know the requirements but playing often seems like a good idea if you want to become clubrouge.

    -kavaman
     
  8. Sep 25, 2005
  9. guesswest

    guesswest Experienced Member

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    From a previous thread, what Ed Ware had to say about Club Rouge membership criteria:


     
  10. Sep 25, 2005
  11. caruso

    caruso Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll

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    LOL, far from it, honey.

    Something I discovered a couple of days ago: 32Red do not offer default comps! This is quite unbelievable - EVERY single Microgaming casino offers from $1 for $1000 (fair) down to $1 for $5000 (rotten). 32Red do not offer comps of ANY kind of this nature.

    This is quite extraordinary. 0.1% comps do not make ANY of the sucky Microgaming games any where near breakeven for the player, yet 32Red manage to be the only MG casino to offer NOTHING in this regard - not even the 0.02% that Fortune Lounge offer!

    My jaw nearly dropped off when a CSR told me this the other day.

    However, when you think about it, there's not too much to be surprised about: UK B & M casinos treat their players like crap in this regard, too - there is no comp / rating system of any kind. No slot card you can stick in the machine or rating request to the pit boss.

    So I suppose this is just another UK casino functioning like all the rest, and reaping the rewards.
     
  12. Sep 25, 2005
  13. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

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    You'd expect better from a casino with the reputation of 32R, wouldn't you? :what:
    They seem to be extremely generous to those lucky enough to recieve invites to 32 Rouge, but you probably have to wager $10K per month to get one.
     
  14. Sep 25, 2005
  15. n1stunnor

    n1stunnor Dormant account

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    I 'd just like to say that 32RED has treated me very well,often giving me susbstantial free chips when I'm on a bad run or other nice gifts delivered to my house.

    Just play a lot and you'll get an invite eventually.

    Jason
     
  16. Sep 25, 2005
  17. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    Or you play devils advocate and could look at it from another angle and say that the loyal players are the ones who benefit. If you saw the amount of comp points i accumulate in Club Rouge each month you'd probably fall off your chair :)
     
  18. Sep 25, 2005
  19. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

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    I've seen some of the winning screen shots you've posted, so I doubt it. :D
     
  20. Sep 25, 2005
  21. caruso

    caruso Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll

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    You'd think so, wouldn't you?

    However: When I spoke to the CSR who confirmed that default comps were uniquely not available at 32Red, I gave an example orf a 10,000 monthly player. She was not able to tell me if such a player would get an invite to participate in the comp programme.

    In context: a 10,000 BJ player is going to drop 36 a month, assuming he plays the best viper BJ game perfectly. Slots, and that's 500. So let's shoot in the middle and call it 250.

    32Red cannot tell me that if I drop 250 a month at their casino, 3000 ($6000) a year, I'll be entitled to comps of any kind.

    Seriously, I kid you not:

    "Me: I play blackjack.
    Me: I earn comp points.
    Me: I wager 10,000.
    Me: How many comp points do I earn?...
    Helen: Can I take your account number please?
    Me: And what are they worth?
    Me: Not got it to hand.
    Helen: We do not offer loyalty points unless you are a member of the Club Rouge
    Me: Woooooow.
    Me: Are you kidding me?
    Me: All MG casinos offer comp points!
    Helen: No I am afraid there are no loyalty points here, though we have monthly bonuses"

    OK, so a 10K a month player is peanuts for a casino now listed on the LSE, I can appreciate that. 100K then? How much action do they need before I get comps?

    LOL.
     
  22. Sep 25, 2005
  23. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

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    They can't tell you that as casino policy, so her responses are the typical CYA canned responses. However, I suspect $6000 USD a year would only classify you as being a HR and not be worthy of an invite. Simmo is a member, perhaps he'll give us a round about figure.
     
  24. Sep 25, 2005
  25. Weedlayer

    Weedlayer Dormant account

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    I'd like to see the name of this thread edited. It's disturbing to see 32red and "rogue" together.

    caruso's right that it is disconcerting that one could play so much and have no guarantee of any comp. As per Ed Ware's quote they do keep their criteria somewhat of a secret.

    Once you are in Club Rouge though, the benefits more than make up for the earlier drawbacks. Plus, you get comp like all the other MGs.

    I agree with Bruce. I think if your wagering is into 5 figures monthly, you'd get an invite. This is only a guess.
     
  26. Sep 25, 2005
  27. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

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    Done.
     
  28. Sep 25, 2005
  29. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    Spelt "colour" wrong (as do all Americans) :p
     
  30. Sep 25, 2005
  31. slotchik

    slotchik Dormant account

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    its not the americans that have it wrong...LOL


    color ( P ) Pronunciation Key (klr)
    n.
    That aspect of things that is caused by differing qualities of the light reflected or emitted by them, definable in terms of the observer or of the light, as:
    The appearance of objects or light sources described in terms of the individual's perception of them, involving hue, lightness, and saturation for objects and hue, brightness, and saturation for light sources.
    The characteristics of light by which the individual is made aware of objects or light sources through the receptors of the eye, described in terms of dominant wavelength, luminance, and purity.
    A substance, such as a dye, pigment, or paint, that imparts a hue.

    The general appearance of the skin; complexion.
    A ruddy complexion.
    A reddening of the face; a blush.
    The skin pigmentation of a person not categorized as white.
    colors A flag or banner, as of a country or military unit.
    colors The salute made during the ceremony of raising or lowering a flag.
    colors A distinguishing symbol, badge, ribbon, or mark: the colors of a college.
    colors One's opinion or position: Stick to your colors.
    Character or nature. Often used in the plural: revealed their true colors.

    Outward appearance, often deceptive: a tale with the merest color of truth.
    Appearance of authenticity: testimony that lends color to an otherwise absurd notion.

    Variety of expression.
    Vivid, picturesque detail: a story with a lot of color in it.
    Traits of personality or behavior that attract interest.
    The use or effect of pigment in painting, as distinct from form.
    Music. Quality of tone or timbre.
    Law. A mere semblance of legal right.
    A particle or bit of gold found in auriferous gravel or sand.
    Physics. A quantum characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction.


    colour ( P ) Pronunciation Key (klr)
    n. & v. Chiefly British
    Variant of color.
     
  32. Sep 25, 2005
  33. slotchik

    slotchik Dormant account

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    and "spelt" is not correct in your sentence either LOL

    spelt ( P ) Pronunciation Key (splt)
    n.
    A hardy wheat grown mostly in Europe
     
  34. Sep 25, 2005
  35. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    Ah but this leads us into a chicken-and-the-egg scenario Slotchik. We Brits being the chickens and you yanks being the eggs. IE: We were here first. Although, one could argue that our version stemmed from the French word and you guys dropped the "u" cos a) the latin is the same as yours and b) you're not as good as spelling so you make words shorter to ease the pain ;)

    And yes, it probably should be "spelled", but you gotta seperate the wheat from the chaff :rolleyes:

    Actually if you wanna get really confused, the French flag is known as the "Le drapeau tricolore" ("the flag of 3 colours") which uses the latin version of "color" rather than their own!! Work that one out :)
     
  36. Sep 25, 2005
  37. slotchik

    slotchik Dormant account

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    LOL My boss is British but she spells it COLOR...like we do~~
     
  38. Sep 25, 2005
  39. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

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    If Brits are chickens and yanks are eggs, but you were here first, where did you come from? :D
     

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