3Dice... To bonus or not to bonus... That is the question! {New Kid}

JIGZER

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Hi Guys,

I've been lurking the forums for a little while, and thought its about time I posted something :).

Im a fairly young slots player, and thinking about making a deposit at 3Dice after the glowing reviews I've seen on here.

I have a couple questions though with regards to bonus'...

I'm looking to deposit about £100 maximum if that makes a difference.

Is the bonus worth taking when factoring the the WR ?

Also, with a £100 (+bonus) Bankroll, what kind of slots would you suggest? - and not only that but what kind of stakes should I be playing at?

and FINALLY (sorry for the novice questions!), is it beneficial to play through the Deposit in one sitting rather than in 2 or more etc?

I doubt theres any benefits here nor there, but I'm sure theres a lot of you guys who know a lot of things I dont about 3dice/ online slots in general.


Look forward to your replies :)

Jigz
 

bigjohn

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The bonuses at 3Dice are always worth taking IMO, the WR is usually pretty low.

Most of the slots are quite high variance so you probably want to play small stakes, say, around $0.30 to $0.50 per spin.

Medieval Moolah, Supersuits and Tutankhamon are all nice games to play at low stakes. Wild Waves and Fortune Falls give some nice action too.
 

blonde

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Regular VIP loyalty bonuses are worth it, but i do believe the first time depositing bonus is kind of hefty with quite a bit of wagering. I would definitely look into the WR before claiming especially with 100 deposit.
 

Googobucs

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If you have not already done so, then I suggest you open an account and play the games in fun mode first to see if they are to your liking or not.
I find the games at 3 Dice to be a bit high variance so a bonus will give you more play time, but it will be difficult to make the WR. I never take a bonus when I play at 3 Dice because they are so tight if I do hit something good, I want to be able to cash out and not worry about blowing it all back making a WR that is difficult on their high variance games.

good luck !!
 

JIGZER

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The bonuses at 3Dice are always worth taking IMO, the WR is usually pretty low.

Most of the slots are quite high variance so you probably want to play small stakes, say, around $0.30 to $0.50 per spin.

Medieval Moolah, Supersuits and Tutankhamon are all nice games to play at low stakes. Wild Waves and Fortune Falls give some nice action too.

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll definetly check those out :).

Regular VIP loyalty bonuses are worth it, but i do believe the first time depositing bonus is kind of hefty with quite a bit of wagering. I would definitely look into the WR before claiming especially with 100 deposit.

Thanks for the heads up. Do the Loyalty bonuses work on a per deposit basis? or just overall amount staked?

1st time bonus is 30x bonus+deposit

Thanks Redbush, saved me a click or 2 :)

I deposited £50 and took the welcome bonus last week. Withdrew £550 after clearing wagering.

All slots are good, some worse than others though.

Thanks for the info Craig, any suggestions as to your personals favorites?

If you have not already done so, then I suggest you open an account and play the games in fun mode first to see if they are to your liking or not.
I find the games at 3 Dice to be a bit high variance so a bonus will give you more play time, but it will be difficult to make the WR. I never take a bonus when I play at 3 Dice because they are so tight if I do hit something good, I want to be able to cash out and not worry about blowing it all back making a WR that is difficult on their high variance games.

good luck !!

Thats one thing I was concerned about initially. guess it's all luck of the draw?
 

JIGZER

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Sorry for double posting guys, but whats the most cost efficient way to make a withdrawal as a player from England?

Getting ahead of myself a bit, but would be good to know?

Thanks!
J
 

PaaskeDenmark

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Sorry for double posting guys, but whats the most cost efficient way to make a withdrawal as a player from England?

Getting ahead of myself a bit, but would be good to know?

Thanks!
J

I would say open a Skrill account and connect your bank account. You can use your English bank now with direct transfer without fee. And this makes your withdrawals reach in no time almost instant.

I have also noticed that making a bank transfer now from Skrill has become almost instant as well where before used to take at least 2 banking days.

Advantage with Skrill is you get your money quick. You can also get a mastercard debit which is connected to your Skrill account. Which then you can use for online and shopping anywhere without fees again. Only cash withdrawals will cost you a bit though. But only around £1,50 which is like some banks charge. :thumbsup:

PM me if you like or just ask out here in this thread ;)
 

KasinoKing

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Sorry for double posting guys, but whats the most cost efficient way to make a withdrawal as a player from England?

Getting ahead of myself a bit, but would be good to know?

Thanks!
J
Skrill is OK, but I personally always use Neteller (at 3Dice). Not much to chose between them to be honest.

Regarding the SUB (Sign-Up Bonus): A wagering of (Deposit+Bonus) x30 is INSANE in my personal opinion - would not touch that with a barge-pole!
They must have increased that because when I joined there it was DEFINITELY lower than that.
I could give you a list of 80+ decent casinos with WR lower than that!

However, it is worth joining & playing there as their "reload" bonuses for loyal players do have VERY low WR.
I play there quite a bit myself, but to be honest I find it EXTREMELY difficult to get many decent wins and make a cash-out.
Much though I love some of their slots, I have to say MG, NetEnt and Rival (of the major brands) have much better games in terms of entertainment with decent win potential.

KK
 

JIGZER

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Skrill is OK, but I personally always use Neteller (at 3Dice). Not much to chose between them to be honest.

Regarding the SUB (Sign-Up Bonus): A wagering of (Deposit+Bonus) x30 is INSANE in my personal opinion - would not touch that with a barge-pole!
They must have increased that because when I joined there it was DEFINITELY lower than that.
I could give you a list of 80+ decent casinos with WR lower than that!

However, it is worth joining & playing there as their "reload" bonuses for loyal players do have VERY low WR.
I play there quite a bit myself, but to be honest I find it EXTREMELY difficult to get many decent wins and make a cash-out.
Much though I love some of their slots, I have to say MG, NetEnt and Rival (of the major brands) have much better games in terms of entertainment with decent win potential.

KK

Cheers KK! Feel free to post your Recommended casinos for my kind of bankroll, or PM them if youd prefer :).

Again, thanks everyone for the responses. Youve all been a big help :thumbsup:

Josh
 
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