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Discussion in 'Introduce yourself! (New Members)' started by ShelixAnakasian, Jul 20, 2018.

    Jul 20, 2018
  1. ShelixAnakasian

    ShelixAnakasian New Member PABinit

    Location:
    USA
    Hey folks!

    Is this mostly for non-US residents? It's hard to find an online casino I feel safe using, and the nearest land-based casino is a 20 hour drive or 12 hour drive+flight. Blarg.

    But the roulette tables call me!
     
  2. Jul 20, 2018
  3. pereblue

    pereblue AdminTech Staff Member

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  4. Jul 20, 2018
  5. ShelixAnakasian

    ShelixAnakasian New Member PABinit

    Location:
    USA
    Yeah...but all of those require that you be a resident of the state that the casino is in, and it's just an online extension portal. That doesn't help a Floridian that is 18 hours away from a Roulette table.
     
  6. Jul 20, 2018
  7. pereblue

    pereblue AdminTech Staff Member

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    Some Accrredited casinos who accept US players: Casinomax, Cherry casino, Roaring 21, and many others ( you could take a look Accredited Casino List: https://www.casinomeister.com/accredited-casinos/), but due to the Florida State Laws ,Online Casino Gambling not allowed for Residents.
     
  8. Jul 23, 2018
  9. ShelixAnakasian

    ShelixAnakasian New Member PABinit

    Location:
    USA
    I think all three of those (Cherry Casino, Casino Max, and Roaring 21) are the same group aren't they? I gave Casino Max a shot last week. I deposited $500, which got hit with a 7.2% currency exchange fee; combined with a $25 withdrawal fee, 12.2% of my deposit was spent before rolling the first figurative dice. Or in my case, spin of the roulette wheel. The cashier team refunded the currency exchange fee to my playable balance at my request - I didn't feel right about having to pay an exchange fee to turn my USD into USD (regardless of an offshore depositor), and dillied around on their roulette table for a bit here and there for a couple of days, then requested an $800 payout - I figured I should test both deposit and withdrawal functionality before committing.

    My real issue there is that the table limits are set so low ($1- $250) that gambling feels like work. I've begged them to raise the table limits, but they wouldn't - which is the same issue I've found at every other casino that appears trustworthy from my research. I was about to dive into Aladdin's Gold; spent hours researching them, long conversation with their live support looking for hidden fees, playthrough requirements, then created an account, downloaded their software and...their french roulette table has a $1 - $100 limit. Good grief.

    *edit* Cherry Casino's splash page says US players aren't accepted. Looks like Casino Max, Cherry Jackpot, and Roaring 21 are all operated by the same folks, so I'd expect the same table limits at the other ones too.

    The US accredited casino list are all NV or NJ only, so I realize I'm going to be restricted to online casinos that are licensed from a banana republic - but I can't find any with a decent roulette game where the internet doesn't tell me they will steal my credit card.

    IE, 5Dimes has an AWESOME French Roulette table; $1 - $2500, La Partage. But the internet is full of people saying that their credit cards got hit with fraud alerts, or ID theft, and stuff like that - which scared me off.
     
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  10. Jul 23, 2018
  11. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

    Occupation:
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    Location:
    Bexhill on sea, England
    Yes, those three at the top are the same group.

    Aladdin's Gold is part of an extremely ROGUE group - stay well away! :mad:

    I list about 50 USA casinos on my website, but I'm not sure that any other than 5Dimes cater for high-rollers. High table limits are something I've not been asked for before - just about everyone plays slots! :rolleyes: The other issue is, many of them have relatively low cash-out limits per transaction, which is something else you would have to consider. Probably the best way round that is use crypto-currencies, which I would guess have higher $ limits (I don't know that for sure).

    Good luck in your search & welcome to the forum :thumbsup:
    KK
     
  12. Jul 26, 2018
  13. ShelixAnakasian

    ShelixAnakasian New Member PABinit

    Location:
    USA
    KasinoKing:

    Do any of your casinos friendly to US players have a single zero roulette table with a higher table limit than $250, and a bet spread of at least 7 doubles? 5Dimes might cater to high rollers, but there are so many reviews about them either no-paying, or stealing IDs and credit cards that I wouldn't consider them.

    I have a payout with Casino Max in process; supposedly they issued the check last week - and out of the only two withdrawal mechanics, wire transfer isn't possible because my bank doesn't use a SWIFT code, which is in turn only for banks that buy and sell foreign currency.

    I reserve judgment for now with them - but was looking for alternatives. Depositing $500 with Casino Max cost me a 7.2% currency exchange fee on the front end, and with a $25 withdrawal fee on the back end, 12.2% of all deposits are gone before you gamble - more if you deposit less. After some back and forth, Casino Max comped me the currency exchange fee on the front end (because I don't agree that I need to pay a fee to exchange USD into USD, regardless of who or where does the processing).

    If my withdrawal check arrives in a timely fashion, I'll endorse them, but that doesn't fix the tiny table limits - which they can't increase. I spoke to their casino leadership team on the phone, who told me the RTG software doesn't have any adjustable settings for them to change table stakes.

    In the meantime, I'm trying to find a cruise line that has a single zero roulette table. I'd been planning Vegas in the fall, but I'd rather cruise, but I won't play American (double zero) roulette ever again.


    *edit* I looked at your website; the #1 recommended casino at the top of your list was Superior Casino. I've spent 40 minutes with their live chat, then creating an account, then talking to a CSR trying to figure out what their table limits are, and as far as they can tell (since I can't see any more information without making a deposit) is that the minimum deposit is $25, and the maximum bet is $25. That is the shittiest table gaming organization in the world. An acceptable roulette table is $1 - $250 on the peasant end, or $25 - $20,000 on the high end. Not $1 - $25. Dafuq is that. Unrecommend them, they are not a casino.
     
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  14. Jul 27, 2018
  15. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

    Occupation:
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    Location:
    Bexhill on sea, England
    I will take all your points on board and see what I can find out when I get the chance.

    The problem is very VERY few online players are high-roller table games players like yourself - and that is why I think you are really going to struggle to find what you are looking for.

    Casino Max have an excellent rep here at CM, who can help you with any cash-out issues you have.
    Superior are a very highly regarded and respected operator - just because they don't cater for high-rollers, doesn't make them a bad casino.
    However, 40 minutes to find out what their table limits are is ridiculous - I will feed this back to them.

    KK
     
  16. Jul 27, 2018
  17. ShelixAnakasian

    ShelixAnakasian New Member PABinit

    Location:
    USA
    Appreciated! I found Casino Max through here. I deposited $500, paid the $36.59 currency exchange fee, tallied in the $25 withdrawal fee, and thought, "Well damn; I have to make $60 just to break even." On a $1 - $250 table. An hour here and there over a couple of days, I'm at $800 and thinking, "I could just go to work and make more money with less risk."

    Superior doesn't have to cater to high rollers; I said they were a bad casino because their live support couldn't tell me anything about their casino except basically, "Make an account and figure it out yourself."
     
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