How do you place no risk wagers?


WebMeister & Slotaholic..
Everyone knows casino's don't allow 'no risk wagers' on Roulette, Craps & Baccarat for bonus qualification - but I don't understand this.
Starting with Roulette - can some please tell me how it is possible to place a no (zero) risk wager on Roulette?
Mathematically I can not figure out ANY way to bet that 100% gurantees you will not lose a penny. Anyone know???


Dormant account
you bet $100 on black $100 on red and $6.00 on Zero therefore you wager $206 per spin but have a maximum loss of $6.00 and a possible $10.00 gain if it hits zero. You could get your wagering done with very little risk.


Ueber Meister
The whole thing is the context of bonus wagering. The above example would be considered as a low risk wager, because you can only lose $6 although you have $206 on the table. You are not really risking $206.

The best example is putting the same amount, say $1 on every number. You "wager" $37 and are guaranteed to win $36.

Let's say Intercasino is offering $100 bonus with $2500 wagering requirement. If playing roulette and covering all the numbers counted towards the wagering requirements, you could put $1 on all numbers 68 times (68*37=2516) to satisfy the WR and take home $100-$68=$32 profit without any risk. Hence the term "no-risk" wager.

You can do similar things with craps, baccarat and sic bo, this is why they are usually excluded if you are playing with a bonus.


Dormant account
Baccarat or Sic bo?

I know this is breaking out a months old question, but I got asked this myself and had no idea ...

I understand the concept behind no-risk wagering with craps or roulette, but how exactly would a player do it in baccarat or sic bo? I'm not very familiar (at all) with these games, so don't really know how to answer the question.

Appreciate it ... :thumbsup:


No longer working for Virtual
We do not carry sic bo, but on baccarat betting on both player and bank t same time.
If a player ask before play starts if there wagers will be counted towards wagering requirements on the big three, I will always say yes, as long as there are no cancelation bets, as I call them on those games. This is where he original bonus beater status came from.