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Anyone else uncomfortable with payout limits?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by WolframBeta, Mar 30, 2014.

    Mar 30, 2014
  1. WolframBeta

    WolframBeta Banned User - multiple forum accounts - troll - no

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    I've seen some casino sites (including accredited ones) that have payout limits for some of their games. Some examples include Caribbean stud, let em ride, tri-card poker, and some video pokers.

    kinda strange how they chose to shortpay the jackpots in these games. For example, one of the let em ride has a $20000 payout limit. What I am not understanding is, these sites seem to pay off slots jackpots just fine, and some slot jackpots are WAY over $20K. Why are they deciding not to do the same with table games and video poker?

    And of course any game that shortpays jackpot on even the table min I recommend it be rogued ASAP for false advertising. So far I haven't seen any though.
     
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  3. jshort

    jshort Experienced Member MM PABaccred webmeister

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    The network progressive jackpot payouts are divided up over all the casinos offering the slot game that has the jackpot in question I believe

    Personally it doesn't bother me because I assume that I'm never going to win something that large :)
     

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