Liberty/Lincoln Slots - Quite Amazing

kidice

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Howdy All! Before I share my experience, i'd like to preface it with the fact I am in no way connected, affiliated, compensated, (etc etc) with either of these casinos. just wanted to share and give a little praise where it's due. that said, here ya go:

earlier this month, I received an email from libertyslots wishing me a happy birthday and stating there was a $50 chip already on the books for me to help celebrate the occasion. I opened the casino and sure enough, there it was. before initiating play, I sent them a quick "thank you" note for the gift. it was particularly notable since I had only made a few deposits there and those were at the minimum of 25$ and spread out over a couple years. this casino is the only exception to my rule of playing only Meister accredited venues as they honored a $5 freeroll winnings that I had turned into a max cashout value of $200 when they first opened- without delay or question- so I figured they earned a little trust despite the controversy over licensing or the software/affiliate trouble of the past. moving on........

so, I began playing my birthday $50 and hit a monster on Grail Maiden- to the tune of about $1600! after playing a bit more to help clear any playthrough requirements, and when I was own to about $1450, I decided it might be a good idea to find out my limitations and playthru conditions, which turned out to be 60x playthru and 10x (or 5x? I forget now) maxcashout for no deposit bonuses. eh, a little lower than I hoped on cashout, but hey- nice birthday surprise and I aint complaining! i took a break and checked my emails and even though it had only been a couple hours, there was a reply to my thank you note from liberty........

now here's where this gets over the top, and then over the top of that:

their email thanked me for taking the time to acknowledge the gift and as an added birthday surprise, the $50 "has NO max cashout and only HALF the normal playthru requirement"!! WOW! did i just read that right?? yep! so........
i went back to libertyslots to check and see if i could determine where i was at with my playthru. the casino opened and i was baffled as to why my account showed $50 in bonus money and no sign i had ever played it!?? .......OMG!......NO!!......had i opened their sister casino, lincolnslots by mistake?? opening Lincoln, i found that was exactly what had happened- they had put a $50 chip there as well! (i had never deposited there, either!) Good lord, there went my max cashout, right? i shot an email off to them thanking them for the extra surprise BD chip and asked if the special terms and conditions offered at liberty applied to Lincoln, as well. i couldn't in good conscience ask that without disclosing that i had in excess of $1000 in winnings at Lincoln, of course. it was my goof and they had already been more than charitable at this point.

it was less than 2-3 hours when i received their reply: "the terms would apply to both casinos. congratulations on your win! you have met the playthru requirements at Lincoln and are free to cashout. good luck at libertyslots and happy birthday!!"

Are you kidding me?? they easily could have told me no, especially since all my deposits have been at libertyslots and that would provide a perfectly acceptable "out". (i would have not balked either, a gift is a gift) BUT, they didn't and they knew i had hit big. that's quite a standup action right there and 5 days later i had my check for $1250 in my hands! (no, i fell flat at liberty, if anyone wondered).

just wanted to give some serious credit to an unaccredited casino group and share the experience with players (USA particularly) who might want a break from the RTG dominated market out there. i sincerely hope whatever hurdles exist for them to overcome here might be achieved as this is the type of experience one rarely has- even with some of the highest rated casinos out there. (i'd like to add that support has dramatically improved from the earlier startup days- quick, with understandable grammar and very courteous)

as i said, just wanted to give credit where it's due. it's so refreshing to come across a decent outfit here in the US. we just don't have many options and even gambling can be a gamble these days. They certainly have earned my business.

Kudos, Liberty/Lincoln!
 

lnspin

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Played at both of them some, problem is all there slots seem low varience, have never had over like a 20x hit on any of them..
 

KasinoKing

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just wanted to give some serious credit to an unaccredited casino group...
If I recall correctly (99% sure on this), they were a whisker away from getting Accredited, but failed when they were unable/unwilling to confirm to Bryan where they were licensed.
A small group - but always a safe option for players IMO (including for the USA).

Congratulations on your GREAT win! :thumbsup:

KK
 

kidice

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Played at both of them some, problem is all there slots seem low varience, have never had over like a 20x hit on any of them..

I would tend to agree with you on that, however that does offer more playing time from my experience and better value for my entertainment dollar. I have found that the software offers a fair shot to the player. they are slots, ya know? expecting to come out a winner is foolish. just gimme a reasonable hope and a decent amount of time to pursue that elusive win, and i'm good with that. the real worry for myself has been that when I do hit, will there be some unforeseen trouble with my withdrawal? staying with meister approved casinos has been troublefree. liberty group has proved themselves worthy as well.

back to your point- yes, id agree with you they lean towards lower variance, but big hits are possible and the lower variance provides a few more pulls at getting one.

good luck!
 

lnspin

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I would tend to agree with you on that, however that does offer more playing time from my experience and better value for my entertainment dollar. I have found that the software offers a fair shot to the player. they are slots, ya know? expecting to come out a winner is foolish. just gimme a reasonable hope and a decent amount of time to pursue that elusive win, and i'm good with that. the real worry for myself has been that when I do hit, will there be some unforeseen trouble with my withdrawal? staying with meister approved casinos has been troublefree. liberty group has proved themselves worthy as well.

back to your point- yes, id agree with you they lean towards lower variance, but big hits are possible and the lower variance provides a few more pulls at getting one.

good luck!

Just saying never had more then like a 50x hit on any of them and have done alot of spins
 

jodib71

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I am in no way connected, affiliated, compensated, (etc etc) with either of these casinos. just wanted to share and give a little praise where it's due. that said, here ya go:

This is my first post so here goes :oops: I am also in no way connected, affiliated, compensated, (etc etc) with either of these casinos.

I have been playing slots at both of these Casinos for a couple of years. Their customer support is great. When I have a query I often send an email to their VIP rep who is one of the most amazing customer service reps I have ever dealt with in any company.

I am a really dedicated slots player and need my 'daily fix' to maintain my sanity. If I am going through hard times an email or chat with their VIP rep normally results in a free chip to tide me over until payday. Because both Casinos share the same VIP rep she is able to review both of my accounts and credit them at the same time.

In my time playing these 2 Casinos I can not think of one time I feel they have been unfair or done the wrong thing by me. However, I can think of dozens of times that I have been exceedingly grateful to them. One example of this when I had no gambling money available and their VIP rep gave me a free chip to play with. They always have some awesome tournaments running so I decided to put some of my free chip towards a tournament. To my amazement I won the Tournament that had been running for a month at Liberty. 1st place was 25% of the pot which turned out to be over $9,000US. In all honesty I did not expect the win to be paid but was hoping for even a partial payment. They did not question my withdrawal request and the fact that it was off a free chip was not an issue at all. The only problem I had is that each Casino will only pay one payout every 7 days with a limit of $3000 per week. With me being a daily player I did lose some of it back.

With regard the comments relating to their games being a lower variance ... I normally play Jurassic Slots and have had some big hits there ie $600 off a $1.25 bet. On Beat the Bank I won just under $5k with a $5 bet but have never done any good on that game since :( I agree that a big hit like those is not the common but your money does last a long time at both Lincoln and Liberty Casino. Their slots do seem to give a lot of smaller pays more frequently rather then a long dry spell followed by a big hit.

One last point that may be of interest to people looking to play there, your comp points are shared between the 2 Casinos. If you win say 4000 comp points while playing at Liberty you can go and redeem them for credits at Lincoln. I like this on days when I can only make one deposit because I normally redeem my points at the other thereby getting to play both Casinos with one deposit :thumbsup:
 
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kidice

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Carmichael, CA
This is my first post so here goes :oops: I am also in no way connected, affiliated, compensated, (etc etc) with either of these casinos.

I have been playing slots at both of these Casinos for a couple of years. Their customer support is great. When I have a query I often send an email to their VIP rep who is one of the most amazing customer service reps I have ever dealt with in any company.

I am a really dedicated slots player and need my 'daily fix' to maintain my sanity. If I am going through hard times an email or chat with their VIP rep normally results in a free chip to tide me over until payday. Because both Casinos share the same VIP rep she is able to review both of my accounts and credit them at the same time.

In my time playing these 2 Casinos I can not think of one time I feel they have been unfair or done the wrong thing by me. However, I can think of dozens of times that I have been exceedingly grateful to them. One example of this when I had no gambling money available and their VIP rep gave me a free chip to play with. They always have some awesome tournaments running so I decided to put some of my free chip towards a tournament. To my amazement I won the Tournament that had been running for a month at Liberty. 1st place was 25% of the pot which turned out to be over $9,000US. In all honesty I did not expect the win to be paid but was hoping for even a partial payment. They did not question my withdrawal request and the fact that it was off a free chip was not an issue at all. The only problem I had is that each Casino will only pay one payout every 7 days with a limit of $3000 per week. With me being a daily player I did lose some of it back.

With regard the comments relating to their games being a lower variance ... I normally play Jurassic Slots and have had some big hits there ie $600 off a $1.25 bet. On Beat the Bank I won just under $5k with a $5 bet but have never done any good on that game since :( I agree that a big hit like those is not the common but your money does last a long time at both Lincoln and Liberty Casino. Their slots do seem to give a lot of smaller pays more frequently rather then a long dry spell followed by a big hit.

One last point that may be of interest to people looking to play there, your comp points are shared between the 2 Casinos. If you win say 4000 comp points while playing at Liberty you can go and redeem them for credits at Lincoln. I like this on days when I can only make one deposit because I normally redeem my points at the other thereby getting to play both Casinos with one deposit :thumbsup:



yep, Jurassic slots, jester's wild, grail maiden......all have huge payout potential. Jurassic slots can get juicy. I've hit big on that one, but it can bleed ya dry real quick! hit the free spins though, and the held wilds can leave ya smilin'. just don't linger, it's usually a long wait to hit those scatters again!

you're 100% right, Jodi. they honor their freebies and reward the depositing player.

good luck!
 
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