yes, same company. So not surprising.paul1 said:I always thought they were connected to Intercasino.
My guess would be they would not follow suit. One company has made a business decision to reduce payouts. Can't see why other companies would do the same.Can the rest of the Cryptos be far behind?
No, far from ridiculus...Sounds like you're still having fun to me!!venetian said:sometimes I put a book over the screen so I don't see the results right away. And then I slowly peek at it to see what I hit. lol I know that sounds ridiculous.
I guess what you're saying about the video poker is right. But "stingy" may be a little too harsh of a word to associate with Intercasino. They've had monthly bonuses for as long as I can remember. And I have seen many many great promotions for poker players. Sometimes they give an extra $10 for each time you get pocket kings in holdem. Sometimes they give an extra bonus for just playing poker on the weekends. About a month ago they gave out Doyle Brunson's book for playing so many hands on the weekend. I already have it so I didn't try to qualify. But that book was over $25. And that was just an excellent idea of a promotion to help poker players with learning to play the game better.Weedlayer said:Intercasino and now VIP share the dubious distinction of having among the worst video poker online.
Go to any Microgaming, and get a higher-paying VP game.
Go to any Playtech, and get better VP odds.
Go to any RTG on Casinomeister's accredited list, and get a higher payback on VP.
And if they're stingy on VP, what makes you think they'll be any more generous on their slots?