888Casino and PartyCasino Rollover Deposit Question

paulyjustin

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Hey guys, first off, what method do most of you guys here use to deposit money? I can use skrill/neteller as a deposit/withdraw option. Do most of you use this or do they use other method like credit card or bank wire or other ways etc? Skrill and neteller are ewallets.


I like to know, does anyone know what are the rollover for wagering in the casino before you could withdraw. For example, say you deposit $1000 into 888casino or partycasino. Then you go play casino games. How much money do you have to risk/wager before you can later cashout your funds. Assuming all you do is play casino. I assume if you wager say $200, then later on cashout... then isn't an issue? For example i know for poker, you have to risk the entire deposit if you play cash games. Im not sure if anyone here plays poker or not, but i believe its when you bet etc.. not sure if you even need to get called. But if you play tournaments, i believe you have to pay 10 percent rake of the full deposit. For example if you deposit $1000, you have to pay $100 in rake before you can cashout. That is definitely reasonable.


But for the casino, does anyone know? Example you deposit 1000 dollars. Then let say over a course of time you play pretty small but then wagered total of 200 dollars. If you then cashout your balance, i assume no issue? Then you deposit again later on when you want to play which might be a while? Of course if you plan to play soon again, you do not withdraw. I assume you guys understand what im saying here? For example many ppl say some poker sites wouldnt let them cashout because they didnt play enough etc. So wondering how that applies to the casinos here. But i want to know 888casino and partycasino. What about the other casinos that you guys play at? Do most casinos have similar rollover policies? Or certain ones much different than others. I do know if you want a bonus at the casino, well you have to wager a lot where most ppl would not be able to which is why most ppl dont get a bonus. But just for depositing and then playing, anyone know what that is? Such as the percentage etc?
 

brianmon

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Without any kind of bonus, Most casinos will expect you to wager your cash deposit at least 1x, some expect more. It's all to do with anti-money laundering rules
 

slotter999

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UK
Most casinos will expect you to wager your cash deposit at least 1x, some expect more. It's all to do with anti-money laundering rules

The casinos vaguely claim it's to do with anti money laundering rules but there are no such rules around wagering 1x any deposit, at least, not in the UK. Some casinos do implement the 1 x wager rule as policy but it's a commercial decision to give the casino the opportunity to recoup any costs associated with processing a deposit transaction. If you pay for your deposits (which in this day any age is pretty mental) and they have this rule.....I'd be asking myself questions about the casino.
 

paulyjustin

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The casinos vaguely claim it's to do with anti money laundering rules but there are no such rules around wagering 1x any deposit, at least, not in the UK. Some casinos do implement the 1 x wager rule as policy but it's a commercial decision to give the casino the opportunity to recoup any costs associated with processing a deposit transaction. If you pay for your deposits (which in this day any age is pretty mental) and they have this rule.....I'd be asking myself questions about the casino.


Do you think its always 1x? If you bet a bit less than that, they probably wouldn't mind?
 

Borgie

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Do you think its always 1x? If you bet a bit less than that, they probably wouldn't mind?

Most casinos expect you to do it 1x - as Maxd has advised you these casinos do not respond to casinomeister or anyone for that matter re complaints. They also have a bit of reputation for just freezing peoples accounts and taking money so be careful !
 
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