Intercasino UK & US

sja2sjh

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Joined
Aug 23, 2008
Location
uk
I've recently joined intercasino UK, received the welcome bonus, completed WR and cashed out most of it with a nice little profit...

My question is, can I now join intercasino US and do the same process? If so, should I wait for a while or can I do it pretty much straight away? i.e. do they allow you to join both or is this frowned upon?
 

player2496

Banned User
Joined
Aug 1, 2008
Location
Germany
To be sure, please ask their support, but i also play in the german version and in the US version and this is allowed, because i've asked also the support before.
 

GaryWatson

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Joined
Jun 15, 2007
Location
Europe
I would say, Dont do it.

You are opening yourself up to bonus abuse accusations. The site has a monthly reload bonus. Stick with that to be on the safe side.

I never saw anything in their terms but im sure I could translate it into bonus abuse
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
I believe the position is that you can play in the one for your own country of residence, plus the generic US$ version. They DO frown upon players who try to play the bonuses at the country specific versions that are not intended for their own country.

While they should be OK with playing at the UK country specific and US$ generic, they would probably object if you then proceeded to register a third time at the German one and started playing the bonuses. Their reaction would most likey be a bonus ban at ALL the brands, or allowing them at only one. Keeping at just the two at most should be OK, however you should play at the UK one for a while first as a regular player, and not simply do the UK sign-up bonus, and then go and do the US$ sign-up bonus. They might see this as an intent to run through all their brands just for the SUB, and stop you before you get to the third one, and cut you off from the first two as well.

With the US$ version no longer available to US players, they may take a less relaxed attitude now than in the past. They DO allow multiple accounts, however only ONE of these accounts is supposed to be receiving bonuses, so strictly speaking, playing bonuses at both UK and US$ is a waiver granted to what they feel are loyal players (or players who have simply not drawn attention to themselves through being too greedy), and they can choose to enforce the rule if they feel they are being bonus hunted.
 

mollypenny

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Joined
Jul 22, 2008
Location
US
your lucky you have so many casinos available to you to play. I don't have that option anymore being from the US. I don't think you should abuse that privledge.
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
I've recently joined intercasino UK, received the welcome bonus, completed WR and cashed out most of it with a nice little profit...

My question is, can I now join intercasino US and do the same process? If so, should I wait for a while or can I do it pretty much straight away? i.e. do they allow you to join both or is this frowned upon?

they r only asking this to double up on the bonus

Cindy
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
they r only asking this to double up on the bonus

Cindy

Highly likely, and Intercasino would have been relaxed about this before UIGEA, but since then may not be. Eventually, they will probably enforce the rule that players can only have one go at each of the bonuses, whatever account they choose to receive it in.

I had played at the UK one for a long time, and ONLY registered with the US$ one when I found it on GoneGambling with a rule that ONLY the US$ version sponsored the games, not the UK one I already had the account with.
This didn't bother then at the time, and I am currently allowed to use the promotions on both accounts. Maybe this was because I joined through GoneGambling, and they could see this as a legitimate reason. They might be stricter with players who appear to be doing nothing more than joining through "bonus whoring" sites, and moving on after ONLY playing the sign-up bonus from their first account.
If Intercasino spot this, the bonus ban will apply over ALL the Cryptologic casinos except Will Hill, as they all use the same Ecash system to process transactions, and information about "advantage players" is used at that level, not at the level of the individual casinos.

If any Intercasino staff are reading this, they may well be having an extra look into whether they are about to be hit by a flock of "advantage players" from the UK, and often it is the case that those that see a strategy on a website are too late - those "in the know" have already done it, and are putting out the info at a time when the casino may already be noticing something might be going on.

I am surprised by how many players STILL try the strategy of using their entire balance on one starting bet on a game such as Roulette, and then grinding out WR if they win. This tactic is now so old that every casino can spot it a mile off, and when they see it, they know they have an advantage player on their hands. At the best casinos, it would be their last ever bonus, and at the less reputable, they will confiscate any winnings.

A good strategy would probably be something like the one used by Kasino King. Designed for low rollers, it uses bankroll management, and strategies of moving to a different slot, and cashing out after meeting WR. There is no reason not to use this for any sign-up offer, and in all likelihood, you would then get all the loyalty offers for regular players.

If you tend to be a high roller, then the best strategy is probably that used by Vinylweatherman, unfortunately this is a trade secret;)
 

sja2sjh

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Joined
Aug 23, 2008
Location
uk
Thanks everyone for your replies..I shall think about this some more before rushing into making a mistake. :thumbsup:
 

kmay87

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Jun 19, 2008
Location
England
Thanks everyone for your replies..I shall think about this some more before rushing into making a mistake. :thumbsup:

I've got accounts at both the US and UK ones, and usually do both bonuses with no problems at all. You should be ok if you play a bit without bonuses, or play after the WR has been completed.

But was it such a good idea to post the same message on the Beating Bonuses website too? I think that gives away your intentions of wanting to sign up at more than one ;)
 

sja2sjh

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Joined
Aug 23, 2008
Location
uk
I've paid plenty since completing WR (and shall continue to do so) - thanks for the advice though.
 

Scooter7

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Joined
Jun 16, 2005
Location
Toronto
Eliminate Bonuses

This is yet another reason why casinos should be offering reward programs that outshine deposit bonuses. If you give players an either or choice between bonuses and accelerated cash back based on wagering levels that winds up being better than a bonus, they'll take the cash back instead. Only the 'whores' will take bonuses at that point and they'll be easier to spot. Additionally, with a better cash back program, player loyalty will improve too.
 

GrandMaster

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Joined
Jan 21, 2004
Location
UK
This is yet another reason why casinos should be offering reward programs that outshine deposit bonuses. If you give players an either or choice between bonuses and accelerated cash back based on wagering levels that winds up being better than a bonus, they'll take the cash back instead. Only the 'whores' will take bonuses at that point and they'll be easier to spot. Additionally, with a better cash back program, player loyalty will improve too.
It would have to be a very high cashback to be better than the monthly bonus, and then all the bonuswhores would take the cashback (cf Joyland fiasco).
 

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