clarifying playthrough requirements

rouletteguy

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O.K. so here's what's up, some casino's allow roulette for playthrough but at a very heavy playthrough requirement so I'm wondering a few things. 1) can you use roulette to build a bankroll (say it's a hundred dollar bonus with 20 times playthrough at slots) and then go piss away 2 grand at slots to meet the requirement? #2 the stipulation that you cannot bet more than 25% of the bonus on a single bet at roulette, what if you get 3 different bonuses 0f say 100 dollars each and don't gamble them away before depositing in between can you bet 30% of 300 dollars? The reason I ask is because it's easier to win when you have a substantial bankroll, by getting 3 different match bonuses you would have 600 dollars to start with. And by being allowed 30% of 300 dollars that allows a decent shot with martingale. The reason so many people complain that the play and real money accounts are different is because with real money you are more cautious about your betting limit because with 100 bucks you can't afford a 16 dollar bet/loss. with the compound of Martingale (=31 bucks)Totally irrelevant to this but anyone reading this try the play money and never bet more than your real money maximum bet and to not go under your normal deposit amount. I believe you'll find you have the same results as with a real money account. I have found it is next to impossible to beat roulette for any real gain with less than 200 dollars. I could go into all kinds of details about my system and cutting losses etc. but everyone has a different strategy, mine works for me yours works for you, so please let's not turn this thread into a debate about what I'm doing. For me my system won't pan out with less than 200 bucks and a tight limit on max bets. And no it's not exclusively Martingale.
 

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O.K. so here's what's up, some casino's allow roulette for playthrough but at a very heavy playthrough requirement so I'm wondering a few things. 1) can you use roulette to build a bankroll (say it's a hundred dollar bonus with 20 times playthrough at slots) and then go piss away 2 grand at slots to meet the requirement? #2 the stipulation that you cannot bet more than 25% of the bonus on a single bet at roulette, what if you get 3 different bonuses 0f say 100 dollars each and don't gamble them away before depositing in between can you bet 30% of 300 dollars? The reason I ask is because it's easier to win when you have a substantial bankroll, by getting 3 different match bonuses you would have 600 dollars to start with. And by being allowed 30% of 300 dollars that allows a decent shot with martingale. The reason so many people complain that the play and real money accounts are different is because with real money you are more cautious about your betting limit because with 100 bucks you can't afford a 16 dollar bet/loss. with the compound of Martingale (=31 bucks)Totally irrelevant to this but anyone reading this try the play money and never bet more than your real money maximum bet and to not go under your normal deposit amount. I believe you'll find you have the same results as with a real money account. I have found it is next to impossible to beat roulette for any real gain with less than 200 dollars. I could go into all kinds of details about my system and cutting losses etc. but everyone has a different strategy, mine works for me yours works for you, so please let's not turn this thread into a debate about what I'm doing. For me my system won't pan out with less than 200 bucks and a tight limit on max bets. And no it's not exclusively Martingale.
1) At some casinos, yes. But at most, no. If thinking about attempting something like this make sure you thoroughly read ALL the casino's T&Cs.

2) No. I don't know of any reputable casino who allows bonuses to be combined.

3) No debate. You have realised that it's impossible to beat roulette without a bonus. Believe it or not, so have the casinos! That's why they all have these very strict restrictions on the game during WR.

4) Ever heard of paragraphs? Your post almost made me cross-eyed! :p

What country are you in? I have a Roulette Lovers guide on my site which might help you if you're not in the USA and are looking for places when you can bet very small and/or spin the wheel with no bets on it.

Final reminder; ALWAYS read the full T&Cs of any bonus before you take it!

KK
 
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