Expanding my online casino adventure ...

CLC

Dormant account
I am interested in chasing some of the casino bonuses that are available. I have successfully played a few and am wanting to expand my exploits. This brings forth a few questions:

1) When I deposit and complete the WR with a profit, should I withdraw the ENTIRE amount or leave some behind to piddle around with. I dont want to be classified as an abuser and miss out on future offerings. Do they even care?

2) I have researched a large number of casinos and found that there are half a dozen sites that are related to each other within each group (Fortune group, Casino Rewards, Casino Pays group, etc) I have looked through their T&Cs, but have been unable to identify anything concrete restricting me from having an account for 3 or 4 casinos within a group. The only reference that I have found so far is YOU MAY HAVE ONLY ONE ACCOUNT per Name, household, IP, etc. (I assume this means only one account per casino.) Casino Rewards group is the only one that I have found so far that specifically says that it is allowable to have an account at multiple sites within their group.

3) For many sites there is a download and flash version of the software. The T&Cs for many sites state that you must download the software to be eligible for the signup bonus. Is there any advantage of using the flash version after signup? (ie. I have Captain Cook and Casino Kingdom downloads, but have difficulty opening both at the same time). Would using the flash versions solve the problem?

Any insight that you would be able/willing to provide would be greatly appreciated.
 

Vesuvio

Dormant account
CLC, I don't want to be negative but I really don't think Casinomeister is the right board for asking questions related specifically to bonus hunting. There are lots of other forums that will answer all your questions and more - I can PM you a few if you like. The problem with discussing bonuses in detail on here is that this is a board with a very high profile read by all the on-line casinos. If there's any valuable information, or tricks to exploit casino bonuses, people wouldn't (or shouldn't!) want to reveal them on here.

That said I'll try to answer your questions:

1) Just withdraw your whole deposit/bonus. It's perfectly normal behaviour whether you're a bonus hunter on not. It won't make any difference either way.

2) I think you mean Casino Rewards specifically say you can't play at all their sites - which is the case. Generally there's no problem playing at all the casinos in a group. Don't try this at Virtual Casino, as they'll claim to have only one casino & snatch back your winnings - but you shouldn't even think of going near them anyway!

3) I don't think there's any benefit in playing the Flash versions (unless there's a separate bonus for it), though you might be able to play a Flash and download casino at the same time. Generally you wouldn't want to miss out on the autoplay, though ;)
 

Simmo!

Moderator
Staff member
CLC said:
I am interested in chasing some of the casino bonuses that are available. I have successfully played a few and am wanting to expand my exploits. This brings forth a few questions:

1) When I deposit and complete the WR with a profit, should I withdraw the ENTIRE amount or leave some behind to piddle around with. I dont want to be classified as an abuser and miss out on future offerings. Do they even care?
I think if you deposit regularly you're ok - if you pop in once, win off the bonus, withdraw and sod off then turn up at another casino in the group and just take the bonus etc etc you'll get tagged...especially if you win :) Bonus hunters are pretty easy to spot, but the key is whether they win or not.

2) I have researched a large number of casinos and found that there are half a dozen sites that are related to each other within each group (Fortune group, Casino Rewards, Casino Pays group, etc) I have looked through their T&Cs, but have been unable to identify anything concrete restricting me from having an account for 3 or 4 casinos within a group. The only reference that I have found so far is YOU MAY HAVE ONLY ONE ACCOUNT per Name, household, IP, etc. (I assume this means only one account per casino.) Casino Rewards group is the only one that I have found so far that specifically says that it is allowable to have an account at multiple sites within their group.
One per casino is usually fine - see the above answer though.

3) For many sites there is a download and flash version of the software. The T&Cs for many sites state that you must download the software to be eligible for the signup bonus. Is there any advantage of using the flash version after signup? (ie. I have Captain Cook and Casino Kingdom downloads, but have difficulty opening both at the same time). Would using the flash versions solve the problem?
You can only have one Microgaming download casino open at a time but you may be able to open a flash one alongside a download one. Not sure why you'd want to though? Download ones are generally a bit quicker and easier to use and you usually get more games choice.

Oh...and I agree with Vesuvio :) You're better off playing without bonuses IMHO. Cue the bonus mob.... :D

Cheers

Simmo!
 
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Vesuvio

Dormant account
Simmo! said:
Oh...and I agree with Vesuvio :) You're better off playing without bonuses IMHO. Cue the bonus mob.... :D
:lolup: Missed that bit! I think you might just be taking my words slightly out of context :p
 

BigBill

Dormant account
Casino groups

I've played alot of casinos and have run into the groups several times
The main one is the Playtech group at Kanawake. There is a management group that oversees 28 casinos and the software is set up to stop you from registering at more that eight Casinos ( I had registered at 12 before I was stopped.) Most of the Casinos have excluded Blackjack for now so it really didn't hurt so much ha!

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GrandMaster

Ueber Meister
CAG
Vesuvio said:
2) I think you mean Casino Rewards specifically say you can't play at all their sites - which is the case. Generally there's no problem playing at all the casinos in a group.
I think it is only a problem even at Casino Rewards if you try to claim a bonus at more than one of their casinos.

Vesuvio said:
3) I don't think there's any benefit in playing the Flash versions (unless there's a separate bonus for it), though you might be able to play a Flash and download casino at the same time. Generally you wouldn't want to miss out on the autoplay, though ;)
The single deck blackjack is only available in the flash version at many casinos.
 
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