High Limit Casinos For BJ

Inersha

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Hey everyone,

Does anyone have any recommendations for high limit blackjack games? Preferably $1000 max per hand or more. Obviously want to keep it reputable and safe though, so any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 

Inersha

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Thanks guys, will check them out now.

Good suggestions! :thumbsup:

I was going to say William Hills too - but then I remembered they are down-grading from Crypto to to Playtech in Jan...

:sob:

I'm not really big on the different casino software. Is playtech not too favourable?

I thought that the crypto software was horribly slow and unresponsive, and I really wasn't a fan of it at all. One the other hand, playtech was really smooth and looked great.

Saying that, I'm only really into the main table games, so is the game variety a big factor in determining which network is good and which isnt? Crypto did have more to offer from what I remember.
 

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Playtech have a tendency to limit you to lower bets. Bet365 you may get a 1K bet, tote, will depend on your status.

The ones mentioned all allow 1K bets. VC have a max bet of 2.5K, ladbrokes is about 5K. Cant remember what intercasino is, but I think alos 5K. All of them are big companies, and you will get a payout within3 to 4 working days (usually 2 days) by debit card
 

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I know that Pinnacle Sportsbook and Heroes Casino both have high limit blackjack. Pinnacle's blackjack is $25 min to $10,000 max. Heroes' is $25 min to $5,000 max. World Sports Exchange has $1 min to $1000 max.

Heroes additionally offer $20,000 per hand blackjack and I guess you must ask for that.
 

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I know that Pinnacle Sportsbook and Heroes Casino both have high limit blackjack. Pinnacle's blackjack is $25 min to $10,000 max. Heroes' is $25 min to $5,000 max. World Sports Exchange has $1 min to $1000 max.

Heroes additionally offer $20,000 per hand blackjack and I guess you must ask for that.

Westland Bowl, this is a strange post man considering you are now waiting for over a month to get your cashout from Heroes Casino...or did you finally get it ??
 

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No, haven't gotten it yet. Awaiting the completion of 3rd party review of my wager history. FWIW, December 8th was when they actually started to review after I completed the required documentation.
 

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Betfair has 5k max if I remember correctly. However, I wouldn't recommend Chartwell software powered casino for a high-roller, so Ladbrokes or Pinnacle would be my first choice of the mentioned ones.
 

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One thing you have to watch out for with High Limit BJ is cashout limits. It's all well and good playing high bets, but a number of casinos limit how much you can take out per day/week/month. I put together a spreadsheet on this topic a while back and it's quite a minefield so be warned.

At least being in the UK your options are open. In the US now, high limit BJ online is almost impossible as even if they do have big table limits, most casinos limit withdrawals.
 

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If you are playing for 1k a hand or more I would strongly advise you to save your money and go to a B&M.....The rules for Online Blackjack just put the HE way to high to even justify playing.

Just my .02
 

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If you are playing for 1k a hand or more I would strongly advise you to save your money and go to a B&M.....The rules for Online Blackjack just put the HE way to high to even justify playing.

Just my .02

I dont think thats correct. The average HA for a B&M is over 1%, if I am not mistaken, compared to the lowest online which is just above 0.13%

However saying that, your money will last longer in a B&M as game play is slow, and online you can wager a 2K hand in about 5 to 10 seconds, so may not last as long.

I have had very large withdrawals from all the ones I have listed, and a 50K payout will be paid without any restrictions with all of them in relatively fast payouts except for Mansion the max withdrawal is 20K per day
 

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Thanks guys, will check them out now.


I thought that the crypto software was horribly slow and unresponsive, and I really wasn't a fan of it at all. One the other hand, playtech was really smooth and looked great.

Saying that, I'm only really into the main table games, so is the game variety a big factor in determining which network is good and which isnt? Crypto did have more to offer from what I remember.

When did you last play on Crypto? They recently released new BJ games (with and without hole cards). The limits start at 2-50 and go up to 5,000 max per hand, allowing 5 hands per round. HE on the hole card game is .49% (same as the old game).
 

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I dont think thats correct. The average HA for a B&M is over 1%, if I am not mistaken, compared to the lowest online which is just above 0.13%
Yes, the statement wasn't correct. But your response is also incorrect. Most B&M BJ games have house edges that are well below 1%. In Vegas, most games are between 0.25% and 0.8%. Online games also usually fall within this range. However, the typical online HE is probably lower than (Vegas) B&M, and several softwares offer a very low house edge game, well below the range above. For example Microgaming, Cryptologic, VueTec, Boss Media, Orbis, Gala-Coral, and Betfair all may offer a BJ game with a house edge below 0.15%. Note that the lowest online is certainly not above 0.13%. It's probably Two Sixes with -0.11% (not including CD exceptions).
 

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Yes, the statement wasn't correct. But your response is also incorrect. Most B&M BJ games have house edges that are well below 1%. In Vegas, most games are between 0.25% and 0.8%. Online games also usually fall within this range. However, the typical online HE is probably lower than (Vegas) B&M, and several softwares offer a very low house edge game, well below the range above. For example Microgaming, Cryptologic, VueTec, Boss Media, Orbis, Gala-Coral, and Betfair all may offer a BJ game with a house edge below 0.15%. Note that the lowest online is certainly not above 0.13%. It's probably Two Sixes with -0.11% (not including CD exceptions).

Yes, The House edge could be a bit lower online but....you play 120hands/Hr compared to maybe 50/hr in a B&M, you will lose online A lot faster online...not to mention the risk of not getting paid at a online casino, if your betting big I would still say go to B&M.

Plus you can count cards in a B&M casino, impossible to do that at a online casino.
 

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Thanks for all the advice. After doing a little research, looks like Ladbrokes, VC and Pinnacle look like the best options for high limit games. I will go for ladbrokes and see how that works out.

Lucky I'm from the UK, because US friendly casinos don't seem to offer much in the way of high stakes action. Casinos like Millionaire Casino limit withdrawals to $5000 per week.

Is this standard for US accepting casinos? Where do US players go if you're looking for high limit games with decent banking options? (Aside from B&M).
 

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Is this standard for US accepting casinos? Where do US players go if you're looking for high limit games with decent banking options? (Aside from B&M).
There are no decent banking options in the US. There are some minimally acceptable ones, that's it.

But really, once you're looking over a couple hundred bucks a hand, I don't see a purpose, it gets to expensive and it's not any fun doing it at home in your underwear. I'd also vote for B&M casinos.
 

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Thanks for all the advice. After doing a little research, looks like Ladbrokes, VC and Pinnacle look like the best options for high limit games. I will go for ladbrokes and see how that works out.

Lucky I'm from the UK, because US friendly casinos don't seem to offer much in the way of high stakes action. Casinos like Millionaire Casino limit withdrawals to $5000 per week.

Is this standard for US accepting casinos? Where do US players go if you're looking for high limit games with decent banking options? (Aside from B&M).

Ultimatebet/AP take 500$ a hand at BJ but they are involved in scandal after scandal...but I have always gotten paid by them..
 

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To be fair a good Casino won't allow you to bet so high until they have some idea of what kind of player you are....you should take this into consideration. Any Casino willing to take $1k bets from a new player is either stupid or they are willing to take big risks from a fraud aspect...
 

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I don't claim to have extensive knowledge of US-friendly online casinos' wager limits for blackjack but I already mentioned Heroes Casino $25-$5000 high stakes blackjack and $1-$500 regular blackjack. Others are WSEX $1-$1000, CasinoShare $1-$500 (a rare one for Micrograming), Bodog $1-$500. 5Dimes has several types of casinos with at least one $1-$500 blackjack. I don't know if Carib Sportsbook has high limits but they seem to have the same software as WSEX. I'm not sure if there are other RTGs beside Bodog that has $500 or higher blackjack.
 

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........Lucky I'm from the UK, because US friendly casinos don't seem to offer much in the way of high stakes action. Casinos like Millionaire Casino limit withdrawals to $5000 per week.

In regards to Millionaire Casino, they claim to have the highest limits for online casinos. I checked them out and the highest they offer is $10 min to $300 max for regular blackjack. I've never seen such a low maximum limit for a $10 minimum wager line. Pffffft!
 

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In chat with a customer representative at Millionaire Casino, I asked whether $300 maximum limit for blackjack was only for fun mode. I was thinking perhaps the limit is higher in real money mode since they advertised the "highest limits online." But she said that it is the same for both fun and real money mode. I asked well then why they advertise "Highest Limits"? She replied that the $300 maximum limit is the highest among the English Harbour group of casinos!! Oh geez!!:rolleyes:

If $300 is going to be the maximum wager limit for regular blackjack, then at least they should have the minimum wager limit be $1 or $2 instead of a whopping $10!! Come to think of it, indeed Millionaire Casino can claim the highest MINIMUM blackjack limit for such a low maximum limit!! You get a bad run of cards, which happens often enough, your $500 deposit can be wiped out fast!!

[de-install] Millionaire Casino [/de-install]
 

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Westland, please stop martingaling or using other progression strategies. A little piece of my statistics-studying heart dies every time you do it.
 

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......If $300 is going to be the maximum wager limit for regular blackjack, then at least they should have the minimum wager limit be $1 or $2 instead of a whopping $10!! Come to think of it, indeed Millionaire Casino can claim the highest MINIMUM blackjack limit for such a low maximum limit!! You get a bad run of cards, which happens often enough, your $500 deposit can be wiped out fast!!

Westland, please stop martingaling or using other progression strategies. A little piece of my statistics-studying heart dies every time you do it.

Well, I guess you'd probably be dead by now! :D Maybe I exaggerated in stating a $500 deposit can be wiped out with flat-betting fast but normal variance will get you below $200 quickly. A $200 balance certainly is nearly death for a blackjack game with a $10 minimum.

But my real issue is with Millionaire Casino's claim implying they have the highest limits amongst online casinos, which they do as far as the minimum limit is concerned, but that is not true in regards to the maximum limit.
 
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