lots of casinos or just 2-3 max better?

Fledor

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Hi

I just wonder if playing in multiple casinos instead of 2-3 max is better? I have currently account in partycasino,ladbrokes,32red,river belle,ruby fortune,intercasino and william hill.

I wonder if staying loyal to 32red,ladbrokes and maybe some other would be better than opening new accounts? I wonder if this affect my luck any ;) I have only withdrawn winnings from those 2 so far :)

I dont play using bonuses at all but maybe I should try that or not...?
 
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Simmo!

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I wonder if stinking to 32red,ladbrokes and maybe some other...

:eek2: Interesting perspective :)

Seriously though, I find staying loyal to one or two brings better loyalty rewards if you pick the right ones :thumbsup:
 

lojo

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I've got two each of Rival, RTG, MG, one Grand Virtual, and 3Dice on my desktop and usually only play at these.

Bonuses are another thing altogether. If you decide to use them your country of origin will reduce your possibilities (not fair, I know).

I would read KasinoKing's web pages first for strategies then go to AKA23's (link's in their signatures) to sort out the best places to play. After that be sure to choose from the accredited casino's here, or at least pare down your list by visiting the rogue pages.

Another great resource for bonus use is the 'gambling log' thread you can search for here.

Good luck:thumbsup:
 

cheekymonkey

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Ladbrokes, William Hill, 32Red, Roxy Palace and 888 (although haven't played there in a looooong while).

If you stay with one or two, yeah they 'reward' you every now and then - however, from personal experience I find a regular casino that you frequent will eventually take you for granted.

Tut tut.

I never take any of my clients for granted. :eek2:
 

mikepipe

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As an economic rule; spliting the risk is a better desicion. And you cant know where is your chance is waiting you.

Good point certainly.
I prefer to stay loyal; it brings good rewards (as Simmo! said: if you pick the right ones). 32red , long time nothing, then intercasino, fortune lounge, da Vincis Gold, Club world.
 

KasinoKing

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Hi
I just wonder if playing in multiple casinos instead of 2-3 max is better?
I dont play using bonuses at all but maybe I should try that or not...?
As the others have said, it depends what you want & expect from your casino experience.
I'll never be a high-roller (I have the money, but don't have the balls :p ) so I never expect to put enough action through a casino to earn the sort of rewards our friend Simmo gets.

Are you looking for profit, or just entertainment...?
The main reason I play with bonuses is that it gives structure & a purpose to my gambling.
Meeting WR's gives me a target to aim at, and a stopping point.
We all know that if we keep on playing indefinitely that we will lose. The house edge guarantees that. So unless you play with bonuses (or your name is Cypher or Mitch ;) ) how can you ever win long term...?

I typically play at 7-8 casinos per month (I would do more, but simply do not have the time). All of these are with monthly bonuses, or new sign-up bonuses.

Each to their own - good luck! :thumbsup:
KK
 

EasyRhino

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Lots.

Why?

Bonuses.


... sure, any online place where you become a "high roller" is going to throw you extra comps, but like all casinos, the comps will be substantially less than your expected losses. However, if you play at a crapload of casinos, they're going to randomly throw every member with a pulse a bonus, and they add up.

This is somewhat contrary to brick and mortar gambling, where comps are more predictable. Here, it may may sense to keep more of your action at one place.
 

Mike031

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I play also on more Casinos, but on Microgaming Casinos i prefer "Cinemacasino" because there i get on every deposit a 15% Bonus and i get also Loyality Points and even the fastest payout time (everytime within 8-12 hours!)
You can withdraw your Cashbalance at any time, so you must not fullfill any wagering requierements first!
So this is for me the best MG Casino :)
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
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Lots

Has to be lots, but not all at once;)

Often, I find casinos tend to get bored with me, so I change to another. If I have a good run at one, I let it rest for a while. I am more loyal to casinos that offer regular promotions, be they bonuses, tournaments, or even the odd lucky draw.
It is unwise to sign up at too many casinos from the same group at one time as they may think you are only after the sign up bonus.

When I choose another casino to try, I look at what is on offer for regular players, and in this respect casinos with more modest SUBs are better. I am very partial to tournaments with live scoreboards, and sight of one of these will get my attention. This was why I joined Grand Prive from the CD, but they never ran the tournament that was advertised, and have now lost interest in me (taken me for granted?).
 

AudiManinBoro

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Its a tough question for sure. Concering the high rollers, not every one is in a position to become one of them, but the thing about low rollers is that in many cases they have the potential to turn into high rollers, particularly if they have always wanted to but yet never had the funds to do so. peoples circumstances change all the time and i daresay many a low roller has turned into a high roller. To me valuing high rollers more than low seems a bit daft, as im sure the majority of online casinos earn the majority of their money through numerous low rollers than they do from the occasional high roller, after all mathematically speaking millions play on these casinos week in week out and i bet pount to a pinch of salt a very high percentage of them are what casinos class as low rollers. In my line of work we value the small customers as much we do the large because, as experience has taught me, small often becomes big. As for loyalty I have really only have one casino what i play at often and i have been a member of it for a fairly long time, even though i am a member of many, i find i play at this one the most, primarily due to their fantastic WEEKLY bonus offers, and by and large their fairness. This particular casino 9although ive only seen it the once so far) went absolutely berserk for me a few months back in terms of wins. It actually seemed that I could do no wrong, no matter the game i chose, no matter the bet value. This lasted for about a week before it kinda settled back to its normal scheme of play. Bearing in mind that up until this point I dont believe i had won anything of any major consequence.

I can only assume that i was being rewarded for my loyalty and continued play at this casino. What else could it be? I made approximately 40-50 times my deposit value in that week and i have NEVER seen the slots play like they did that week. Ever. Luck? Sheer randomness? for a whole week? Every slot? Seems unlikely to me.

Still I didnt complain, its just a pity I have only ever seen an MG casino play like this the once, totally unexpected and yet this is the casino where most of my deposits predominantly go and have since i originally joined.

Still the advantage to having numerous casino accounts is that one has the freedom to choose which particular casiino to play on at any given time. This is a lot more applicable to players who play with bonuses because most casinos offer monthly or weekly bonus awards as my favourite casino does weekly. If your a non bonus player my advice is to stick to the one or two casinos and build up a reputation with them in the hopes your loyalty wont go unnoticed.
 

vinylweatherman

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Loyalty

The problem with online casinos is that they are more limited in what they can offer to loyal players other than bonuses. The most imaginative so far is the Jackpot Factory, where they have doled out such things as gift vouchers, experience days, boxes of chocolates, video camcorders as well as the general bonus, wager or draw promotions. By far the biggest loyalty scoop was 3 days in Las Vegas for free, probably not to be repeated given what happened the following month (Oct 2006).
 

aka23

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Hi

I just wonder if playing in multiple casinos instead of 2-3 max is better? I have currently account in partycasino,ladbrokes,32red,river belle,ruby fortune,intercasino and william hill.

I wonder if staying loyal to 32red,ladbrokes and maybe some other would be better than opening new accounts? I wonder if this affect my luck any ;) I have only withdrawn winnings from those 2 so far :)

I dont play using bonuses at all but maybe I should try that or not...?
It depends on many factors:

1. Loyalty benefits -- These vary widely from one casino group to the next. Some will offer increased benefits/bonuses/promotions to loyal customers, some offer the same to nearly all customers in good standing, and some will rarely send any at all.

2. Sign-up bonuses -- Many casinos offer superior sign-up bonuses to new players than reload bonuses to existing players. Obviously more casinos = more sign-up bonuses.

3. "Luck" -- It shouldn't matter whether you are a new player or a longtime loyal player. The random number generator should stay the same. Having said that, the amazing results I often have during the first few hands on certain games at new MG casinos makes me wonder.
 

gerilege

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Having said that, the amazing results I often have during the first few hands on certain games at new MG casinos makes me wonder.

For me the opposite is true. I only have a limited sample, but my average Return Of Investment -which is sometimes related to those first few hands -is terrible at MGs.
 

AudiManinBoro

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I have to say that 9 times out of ten whenever i join a new mg casino, I too notice that the bonus appears frequently on most slots and that the winning percentage seems to be greatly higher. I could be a coincidence but then again it could not. It makes sense for MG and casino operators to not rob blind brand new customers as its likley they wont come back if they do. some casinos ive joined and have played for `weeks` on the same deposit, which is somewhat different to how long a deposit lasts if your already an estabished customer.
 
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