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Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by s2dnikol, Oct 18, 2005.

    Oct 18, 2005
  1. s2dnikol

    s2dnikol Dormant account

    Occupation:
    architect
    Location:
    san diego
    A simple question for PROs:

    just out of quriocity, When a casino will kick you out of a game for winning too much? if they do will they ban you from that game on sister sites too?
     
  2. Oct 18, 2005
  3. tantalos

    tantalos Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Engineer
    Location:
    Here and There
    :eek2:

    Is there a casino that would ban a winner,without a good reason (call me "bonus abuser")???

    I thought casinos use the great winners' names on their home-site in order to promote their games....
     
  4. Oct 18, 2005
  5. tim5ny

    tim5ny Quit Gambling

    If they put you in the negative player database.. you may be kicked out of places you've never even heard of also. Their sister casinos? Definitely! I wouldn't even attempt playing at them if I were you.
     
  6. Oct 18, 2005
  7. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

    Occupation:
    What's a job?
    Location:
    USA
    I seem to recall someone here being told they were too knowledgable about gaming, getting back their deposit and having their account locked... Within the last three or so months... Anyone else recall this thread in question?
     
  8. Oct 18, 2005
  9. s2dnikol

    s2dnikol Dormant account

    Occupation:
    architect
    Location:
    san diego
    so, what is a good way to stay under the radar?
     
  10. Oct 18, 2005
  11. jonevegas

    jonevegas Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Compulsive Gambler
    Location:
    Gods Country Canada
    Carnival Casino choose to close my account stating that I was a "skilled" player. This casino just happened to be a lucky one for me, I had some big hits and they did not like it, so your answer is yes some casinos will lock you out, but I can play at there sister casinos(not that I would though).
     
  12. Oct 18, 2005
  13. thetest32

    thetest32 Non-Gambler

    Thing is, and I am sure other affiliates will confirm this, that if a player is a big winner at one casino they suddenly become very loyal to that casino. Pretty soon the winner's put back the winnings and then some. But of course they still get the odd decent win and the casino simply makes more and more... So I find it very strange that casinos lock out players. Unless, of course, a player uses bonuses / comp programmes to continually win etc. That is then a different kettle of fish.

    B.
     
  14. Oct 19, 2005
  15. s2dnikol

    s2dnikol Dormant account

    Occupation:
    architect
    Location:
    san diego
    interesting, so how much is too much for them.
    is it if you win more then 10 grand a month for 3 month in a raw?
     
  16. Oct 19, 2005
  17. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount. webby PABnononaccred

    Occupation:
    Bum
    Location:
    Pennsylvania

    Why beat around the bush? Did you get banned from a casino for winning to much, or are you just asking a hypothetical queston about something that may or may not happen to you? :what:

    What it all boils down to is the integrity of the casino you play at. If you win consistantly and you're playing at a casino that has good integrity, then they won't ban you.
     
  18. Oct 19, 2005
  19. s2dnikol

    s2dnikol Dormant account

    Occupation:
    architect
    Location:
    san diego
    no I didn't get banned,

    I just won a grand one day, took it out. somehow - they followed it up with a bonus for deposit, so I had another $30, so I played again and got lucky now I got seven hundred.
    I'm afraid I'll get banned
     
  20. Oct 19, 2005
  21. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

    Occupation:
    What's a job?
    Location:
    USA
    Like winbig72 said... If you're playing at an ethical casino, you won't get kicked out just for winning. You don't mention the casino in question... Is it one of those accredited by casinomeister? Is it accredited anywhere?
     
  22. Oct 19, 2005
  23. venetian

    venetian Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Corp Director for a College
    Location:
    Oklahoma
    HA! I had to laugh. I was also banned from Carnival a few years ago. I used a sign up bonus and won 2K. They sent me another offer and I used it and won 2K (these are .50 royal flushes) when it happened a third time that was it for me. They said NO MORE!! They said I could play at Dice, their sister site, but could not use bonus' or get comps. Needless to say I never played at any of their sites again. I have won more over my 'online gaming career' at Playtech then I have at all MG sites put together. Maybe it's because they don't have a true auto hold. I am a skillled VP player and would love to play at PT sites but there are only a few reputable ones and even those make you wait over a week to get your withdrawal. Too bad I miss that software.
     
  24. Oct 19, 2005
  25. trial

    trial Banned User - Abusive posts

    Occupation:
    banker
    Location:
    vienna; munich

    wonderful thread , i agree totally

    had in Prestige Casino a Royal in VP worth 2k a few months ago, -
    oh god, what a fight to get a fair real hard earned momey from playtech casinos... (finally i have got it)

    one of the worst playtech in my eyes: grand banks...

    playtech has a nice software, but how much casinos are serious using this software ?

    trial
     
  26. Oct 19, 2005
  27. venetian

    venetian Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Corp Director for a College
    Location:
    Oklahoma
    I must tell you my Grand Banks story since you brought them up. Back in the day (Before CM) when I thought GB was THE ONE. I was winning like crazy and just thought it was my bad luck that I had to wait 30 to 90 days to recieve my cash out. I won a $4000 royal and the casino actually withdrew it out of my bank instead of depositing into my bank. I had to go into the bank and fess up that I was gambling online and they would not let me deposit with the casino anymore. Then Neteller came into my life. It took me over two months for GB to give me my money back and deposit my winnings. Oh those were the days.....when I was young and stupid.:eek2:
     
  28. Oct 19, 2005
  29. Bruce Hamilton

    Bruce Hamilton Dormant account

    Occupation:
    What's a job?
    Location:
    USA
    So... You are the one responsible for credit cards denying online gaming. :D
     
  30. Oct 19, 2005
  31. venetian

    venetian Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Corp Director for a College
    Location:
    Oklahoma
    actually I can't remember how it worked, but it came directly out of my bank account and the casino would deposit directly in. Hmmm a blond moment because I never used a credit card. So don't look at me! But I am glad it happened, there was a time I would've done it in a heartbeat!
     
  32. Oct 19, 2005
  33. mgibson99

    mgibson99 Dormant account

    Location:
    Washington DC
    Unless this casino is severely undercapitalized, $1700 is not going to break them. And like some of the other posters mentioned, they probably hope you'll come back so they can have a crack at getting their money back.
     
  34. Oct 23, 2005
  35. suzecat

    suzecat Dormant account CAG MM webmeister

    Occupation:
    Retired
    Location:
    California

    Err,..................lose?

    Seriously though, I have a friend who manages a casino and this question was asked him some time ago:

    I have been reading at various forums about players' accounts being closed by a casino because of "wise action." What is that? How much would you have to win before a casino would label you as "wise action?" Would (you) terminate a long-time player's account if they happened on a winning steak?


    His response:

    Wise action??? Im assuming they meant an Advanced Player. To my recall we have never closed a wise guys (Advanced Players) account. Thats not to say we wont. But I do not believe we have ever done that. Now there are professionals that do this for a living that may be called wise guys, and know exactly what to do and cash out each and every time. Those, yes I would close in a heart beat. Thats no different then a wise guy in a sports book. They will not be accepted and would be told to leave. We nor anyone else would be here just to give money away. This is a gamble. Its meant to be exciting, fun, a challenge.

    Its not how much play determines him or her a wise guy, or Advanced Player, but the fact that they win each and every time. On the advanced players, we just never used to give them a bonus. They never needed it anyway.


    s2dnikol, I interpret that to mean the "radar" you were asking about might be coming into play if the casino decides to ban you from using a bonus.
     

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