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how much you can win without being banned?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by edyazz, Nov 16, 2008.

    Nov 16, 2008
  1. edyazz

    edyazz Dormant account

    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    chile
    Hi everyone! I have some doubt...in a lot of places it's says if you win too much money in a casino, they could ban you. But, someone knows how much you can win without being banned? $1000, $2000 a month? I ask because i'm a roulette, blackjack, baccarat enthusiast and i think i can make some money regularly, and i would like to know how much money i could make without the risk of being banned. Of course, in reputable casinos(tropez, usa, etc.). Thanks everyone :).

    Ed
     
  2. Nov 16, 2008
  3. RobWin

    RobWin closed account

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    :what: Welcome to the forum Ed...where the heck did you read that at ?? That sounds like Rogueness to me!!
     
  4. Nov 16, 2008
  5. edyazz

    edyazz Dormant account

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    Really, there's no risk of ban?? I don't remember exactly where i have red all that comments...but in the sites where sell all that roulette systems that "guaranteed win" :rolleyes:, they always say, " hey, dont win too much, because the casino will notice and they'll ban you". So its not true then? It would be nice :cool:

    And thanks for the welcome!:)

    Ed
     
  6. Nov 16, 2008
  7. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    England
    You shouldn't have this problem if you play casinos on the Accredited List, and if you do, there would be a lot of people who would liek to hear abvout it ;)

    But note some casinos have maximum cashout policies, sometimes as low as $3,000 a week so read the T&C's carefully.
     
  8. Nov 16, 2008
  9. Shocked

    Shocked Quit Gambling

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    Those 'roulette system' sites usually advocate a You must register/login in order to see the link. system or something derived from that - often "look for a pattern, then use a martingale strategy". The casinos don't mind you using such a system because they know that they're likely to get their money back..and probably a good proportion of yours.
     
  10. Nov 16, 2008
  11. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    Actually I should add that if your strategy needs bonuses, then that might be a problem. Also, bearing in mind that every game has a house edge so someone who wins consistently over the long term might raise a red flag. After all, it is mathematically impossible to win consistently on a game that has < 100% payout playing "normally".

    But at least they know you aren't card counting :D
     
  12. Nov 16, 2008
  13. aka23

    aka23 Dormant account

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    Roulette systems are generally scams. I wouldn't trust information unless supported by math & statistics.

    However, there is a legitimate risk of being bonus banned, if you frequently make a gain and/or do not deposit without bonuses. Most casinos that give out reload bonuses are known to ban players from receiving them. The players usually can still login to the casino and play, but they cannot claim reload bonuses like others.
     
  14. Nov 16, 2008
  15. edyazz

    edyazz Dormant account

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    chile
    Yes, of course most of the roulette systems on the web are fake!(i don't use those systems:p)... my doubt was about if some guy makes money regularly, the casino could ban him(even an amount as $1000, $2000 monthly), as some sites say.
     
  16. Nov 17, 2008
  17. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

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    So what if they do ban you? As long as they pay you first what's the problem?
    There's always another casino willing to take your money!

    Just make sure you stick to reputable, recommended places.
    As others have said - no gambling systems work long term (unless you're using bonuses). I'm so confident of that - I don't even mind if you sign up via one of my sites! :p

    Take care & the best of luck to you!:thumbsup:
    KK
     
  18. Nov 17, 2008
  19. jerrylee

    jerrylee Dormant account

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    want a sure way to get banned? do the following:
    -open up multiple accounts from the same casino group to maximize your bonus acquisition
    -write incomplete or invalid name+address information
    -bet your whole bank roll on roulette every time not caring if you might lose all at once
    -be part of a big bonus fraud group
    -if asked to prove your identity, send fake documents

    Trust me. You'll get banned in no time. enjoy :)
     
  20. Apr 20, 2017
  21. Charlie1960

    Charlie1960 Dormant account

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    Personal Experience

    I hope to, one day soon, be able to give you a better answer. In the mean time, however, I have to tell you that I won $14,000, playing craps, at the Isle of Capri Casino, in Tunica, MS, in 2000. They showered me with gifts, a suite and all of my wife's and my meals were comped. There were two unique points on this win, however.

    1. I won playing craps never touching the dice, but betting on other people's rolls.
    2. The casino was set to close two weeks later.

    I credit my win to smart timing, on my bets, and nobody cared because they were all losing their jobs in two weeks, so they left the same dice on the table, the whole day, each day.

    I would love to read an answer to this question of how much you could win before they ban you, due to the fact that my win can't be counted as an accurate figure, because of the above reasons.

    I heard, that one particular craps player, who sets dice, won $27,000 in 58 minutes and was banned from all of the Tunica, MS/Robinsonville, MS casinos, but haven't been able to verify it, because I don't know anyone who works at those casinos.

    I would love to see any proof, though.
     
  22. Apr 20, 2017
  23. Valhalla

    Valhalla The Professional MM

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    This thread is almost nine years old. Please do not raise such old threads from the dead, it's a big "no no" around here. You're better off starting a new thread and if you really have to, quote this old thread in your new one.

    I see this is your first post so it's perhaps an easy mistake to make, but you should still read the Casinomeister forum rules:

    https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/faq.php?faq=forumrules#faq_general_posting_rules

    And welcome to the forum :)
     

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