Please can you tell me how to get this data from Boss & Micro?DeMango said:Some software tally your bets (Crypto, Boss, Micro) but some you will have to write down as you go. Then (assuming BJ) you can come back and tel us how rigged it is!
KasinoKing said:Please can you tell me how to get this data from Boss & Micro?
I know Crypto provides a very user friendly one-line-per-session total summary, but thought the other two only list it hand-by-hand - making it tedious & boring work adding it all up!
I'll let you into a little KK trade 'secret'! I get 4 pennys, and 20 5p coins on my desk. 1p = 1$. Then as I play I slide them from right to left according to the value of my bet. When all the 5p's have moved I note that I've done $100, and start again.
Much easier than trying to write it all down bet-by-bet!
PS. I haven't tried it, but I think this system might also work with 4 1c coins & 20 nickels, and maybe if you slide left to right instead!
vickie40 said:I know this probably is a really stupid question, is there an easy way to figure out your play thru requirements to see if they have been met? Or, is it easier to just contact the casino and ask them?
Thanks in advance for an answer to this...
Vesuvio you are quite right! Microgaming is probably the most prevalent and popular casino software on the net, yet they stick with the near useless 'Playcheck' system. Why would they stay with this utter rubbish if not to deliberately make things difficult for their customers, as you say?Vesuvio said:Vickie,
It's not a stupid question - unfortunately I think the casinos want to make life as difficult as possible for anyone playing with a bonus (and encourage you to exceed the wagering requirement), so they generally don't provide an easy method of calculating how much you've played.
Cryptologic (Intercasino & co.) is about the best, but it doesn't include doubling or splitting in its total for blackjack.
MG has the horrible and near useless 'playcheck'.
Be careful about using this method. I have had several Boss casinos show a comp point balance that was several hundred dollars below the amount I had wagered. I had to call the call the casino to find out. My advice is to count out the first 50 bets and make sure you have 5 comp points. Then, count out another 50 and make sure you have another 5. If the balance is correct, then you can rely on it. But still check it periodically to make sure the points seem right.bori said:For Boss, just go to comp program. If you started with zero and wagered $1000 in BJ, then you'll have 100 points.
Maybe there needs to be a choice of a welcome bonus with wagering requirements, and a loyalty bonus without.
With all due respect - I think it sounds like a load of bollox.Ping said:What do you think, guys?
Thank you for your interest, and giving me more chance to explain...KasinoKing said:Who wants to go through all the aggro of making a deposit just to play ONE bet of 5% of that deposit & then claim back 10% of your deposit by some means that is so dodgy you don't even explain it in your T&C's?
Terms and Conditions:KasinoKing said:There is also mention of extremely long time delays between various stages of this scheme - including up to 12 days to withdraw.
I am inviting you to please visit the CASINO REBATE ONLINE site again, and go thru everything one more time.KasinoKing said:Doesn't sound like much fun, or indeed much like gambling to me.
As always, I stand to be corrected, with an apology in hand, if you would like to fully explain how this scheme works differently to my interpretation of it....
Can you please fully explain what 'the deposit-withdraw cycle procedure' actually involves?Ping said:And get your 10% rebate, if you follow and complete the deposit-withdraw cycle procedure.
Taken from CASINO REBATE ONLINE main page ...KasinoKing said:It certainly does sound too good to be true! Which is why most people will believe it's not true.
It is for members only Come, join us, and be a member. Remember, you've got nothing to lose!KasinoKing said:Can you please fully explain what 'the deposit-withdraw cycle procedure' actually involves?
In a nutshell, YES, you are correct!KasinoKing said:Hypothetical Question:-
Assuming that's OK, let's say I want to take full advantage of this scheme (as a bonus hunter) and get maximum rebate of $500 (10%). That would mean I'd have to deposit $5,000 and make just one bet of $250 (5%). Let's suppose I stick it all on one hand of Blackjack.
If I lost I'd still make $500 - $250 = $250 profit.
If I won I'd make $250 + $500 = $750 profit. Cool!
So for arguments sake, lets say the odds of winning/losing a Blackjack hand are 50/50. That would mean, on average, bonus hunters signing up to your scheme and depositing $5,000 would make $500. Nice!
This, you have to PM me, and I'll PM you the reply.KasinoKing said:Now I don't want to look a gift horse in the mouth, as it is a very generous offer, but if 100 posters to this site all decided to join this scheme & deposit $5,000 tomorrow, where exactly would the $50,000 required to pay them all out actually come from?
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