Global Player payments to neteller now faster

jpm

Dormant account
Global Player casino has now reduced their cashin time to Neteller to within an hour or two! I could have timed it a little better, but didn't expect it to be that fast. They were good, like 12 hours or less, but now they're down to a couple of hours so even better! :thumbsup:
 

GrandMaster

Ueber Meister
CAG
I agree. I made a tidy profit on "freaky Friday" and I was pleasantly surprised to see the money in my Neteller account after a few hours, because I did not expect it until the following day.
 

jpm

Dormant account
GrandMaster said:
I agree. I made a tidy profit on "freaky Friday" and I was pleasantly surprised to see the money in my Neteller account after a few hours, because I did not expect it until the following day.
There was a tiny little blurb about it on their site somewhere, but it wasn't real prominent (should be!) about how they've reduced their neteller times to 2 - 3 hours.
 

jpm

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I've found it to be most like land based play than any other online casino.

What were your concerns about it?
 

DealerBusts

Dormant account
jpm said:
I've found it to be most like land based play than any other online casino.

What were your concerns about it?
Their six deck game with early surrender does not seem completely fair to me. I think they deal 50% or more of the deck. I lost many large bets with the count at 4+. The game should definitely give a counting player a big advantage. Maybe it was a bad session but over the course of 6-7 hours, the cards did not feel random especially at the high counts.
 

jpm

Dormant account
DealerBusts said:
Their six deck game with early surrender does not seem completely fair to me. I think they deal 50% or more of the deck. I lost many large bets with the count at 4+. The game should definitely give a counting player a big advantage. Maybe it was a bad session but over the course of 6-7 hours, the cards did not feel random especially at the high counts.
Hmm, I'll have to watch for that, as that is one of the ones I play there. I think it goes 2/3 or even 75% into the deck.
 

global

Dormant account
DealerBusts said:
Their six deck game with early surrender does not seem completely fair to me. I think they deal 50% or more of the deck. I lost many large bets with the count at 4+. The game should definitely give a counting player a big advantage. Maybe it was a bad session but over the course of 6-7 hours, the cards did not feel random especially at the high counts.
None of our games offers an early surrender, the advantage for counters is also not that big. It is big enough to be worth playing but not as big as to defy the variance, so don't take it for granted to win each session. If you want a precise analysis of a particular session, just contact the support and ask for it.
 

GemG7

Dormant account
Global

I love playing at Global. They have decent VP and now that they are paying faster to Neteller it's just an added plus.
 

DealerBusts

Dormant account
global said:
None of our games offers an early surrender, the advantage for counters is also not that big. It is big enough to be worth playing but not as big as to defy the variance, so don't take it for granted to win each session. If you want a precise analysis of a particular session, just contact the support and ask for it.
The Atlantic City 6 Deck BJ game is the one in question. Since the dealer does not check for BJ with 10 or A up (essentially the European No-Hole card rule) and surrender is offered, it is essentially the same as early surrender.

According to to the WizardofOdds:
"Early surrender is a seldom found rule in which the player may forfeit his hand and half his bet before the dealer checks for blackjack"

I believe i am correct regarding this matter. However i look forward to any responses.
 

Sodax77

Dormant account
trkwak said:
I love playing at Global. They have decent VP and now that they are paying faster to Neteller it's just an added plus.
I agree this. I love their VP games, And their support is awesome.
Plus Fast pay.
Still number #1 in my casino-list. :thumbsup:

Btw, even they have quite unique software, i like their "Hot-Click"-feature in VP-games. Much faster and easier to play.
I guess, everyone use this feature...
 

global

Dormant account
DealerBusts said:
The Atlantic City 6 Deck BJ game is the one in question. Since the dealer does not check for BJ with 10 or A up (essentially the European No-Hole card rule) and surrender is offered, it is essentially the same as early surrender.
Ok, I see where the misunderstanding comes from: the point is what happens if you surrender and the dealer has a BJ. In our games you lose all, not just half of your bet. We will stress that in the rules WWW page, this really should be made clear. Please contact the support and ask for a bug finding bonus.
 

jpm

Dormant account
Dang it, I was just going to mention this bug. Yeah, you can surrender, and your screen will say surrender and your chips show 1/2 gone, but if the dealer shows BJ, you lose the whole bet.
 

DealerBusts

Dormant account
global said:
Ok, I see where the misunderstanding comes from: the point is what happens if you surrender and the dealer has a BJ. In our games you lose all, not just half of your bet. We will stress that in the rules WWW page, this really should be made clear. Please contact the support and ask for a bug finding bonus.
Yes, I completely missed the fact that my whole bet was taken even if i had surrendered. It wasn't obvious to me that this was taking place.

I contacted support but they said it wasn't really a bug so they couldn't give me the bug finding bonus :( . Help would be appreciated.
 
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