OK, How about Planet 7?

Genenco

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OK, got a setup from a person on another group.

Planet 7

Powered by Grand Virtual software (I guess)

What has anyone heard??

(Yes, I have searched this forum and so far no posts found about this casino)
 

jetset

RIP Brian
CAG
Can't say I've heard a lot about this casino, but Grand Virtual has a rep here at Casinomeister who has been responsive and helpful recently, and the Grand Virtual software in use has been around for some time. They're a Canadian outfit that was taken over by a very large and well funded Taiwanese group called Giga Media a year or so ago.
 

Genenco

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jetset said:
Can't say I've heard a lot about this casino, but Grand Virtual has a rep here at Casinomeister who has been responsive and helpful recently, and the Grand Virtual software in use has been around for some time. They're a Canadian outfit that was taken over by a very large and well funded Taiwanese group called Giga Media a year or so ago.

Hmmmm...Well, I may or may not deposit money there. I'm not so spooked by a group being bought out..but Taiwan is a hotbed of counterfeit stuff and so...I have personal suspicions. :eek2:

But, I surely will try them and I WILL report results. Good or bad...:D

All jackpots has made me an offer I like..Also, Firepay made it REAL EASY to recover my account (2 years defunct which I don't know why!) and now am in process to get the bank account verified. :thumbsup:
 

Macgyver

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PABnononaccred
Isn't Grand Virtual also the company that will sell a casino shell to just about anyone and their brother? Like "Home of Fun" and some other places whose names escape me right now ...

Their bonus offers are always the 100% up to $100 sticky bonus and you can't play the games like Baccarat or Jacks or Better (along with something called "Chuck-a-Luck", whatever that is) ... :what:
 

Genenco

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Macgyver said:
Isn't Grand Virtual also the company that will sell a casino shell to just about anyone and their brother? Like "Home of Fun" and some other places whose names escape me right now ...

Their bonus offers are always the 100% up to $100 sticky bonus and you can't play the games like Baccarat or Jacks or Better (along with something called "Chuck-a-Luck", whatever that is) ... :what:

(Part of the T&C)

Game Exclusions. Unless otherwise stated, wagers from the following ineligible games are excluded from counting toward the Play-Through requirement: Baccarat, Chuck-A-Luck, Craps, Jacks-or-Better and Sic Bo. Attempting to cashout before satisfying the Play-Through requirement will result in forfeiture of any remaining bonus chips and all winnings received from bonus chip stakes up to that point.

From what I remember, "CAL" is simply a three dice, dice game which you are betting on the amount of the die or what their numbers are...

So, looking at the rules, they exclude "JOB" but not Duces wild and/or Joker poker? Or do they normally exclude all VP games?

Oh and yes, it's up to a max of $100 bonus....

All Slots are looking better and even more so after a recent email failure to a online casino. Post to come...
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Genenco, where are you finding these casinos from? LOL....why not just stick to the accredited casinos here at Casinomeister? Unless you have a burning desire to try some kind of totally different software?
 

Genenco

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Pinababy69 said:
Genenco, where are you finding these casinos from? LOL....why not just stick to the accredited casinos here at Casinomeister? Unless you have a burning desire to try some kind of totally different software?

Wellll...I hate to have the same type of hamburger on the same day ya know?

Plus, I like comparing them to others...

But I DID get the reccomend (I'm guessing it's from the group forum I was on, but I don't see the harm as if I don't like it, I drop it) and so I'm just curious.

Hey, I HAVE dropped three onlines from my computer after I got here...Swiss, Cirrus and Cool Cat...Since this site is obviously VERY well run and quite reputable (I have never seen a website which actually had casino reps on it, so cool!) so it has been quite helpful..But I get the software offers from all sorts of spamming scum...

I look, I read the T&C and then, maybe $25-$100 (I am a low level player, not expecting alot for my money) and then I pass judgement...

And anyone who thinks they're a bonuswhore, well, I've had so many in my bed, I never feel them climbing in or leaving now..:)
 

Macgyver

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PABnononaccred
Genenco said:
And anyone who thinks they're a bonuswhore, well, I've had so many in my bed, I never feel them climbing in or leaving now..:)
LOL :lolup:

Yeah, it's a clone (or shell) that Grand Virtual sells to just about anybody.

*shrug* Personally, I wonder how long a casino will last if just anybody can buy the shell and set it up. As long as the buyer has the startup money to pay Grand Virtual, they can open it up but who's to say they have enough money to pay winners? :what:
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
And anyone who thinks they're a bonuswhore, well, I've had so many in my bed, I never feel them climbing in or leaving now..
:lolup: Thanks for the laugh!!

I'd just hate to see you try one of these untried and unknown casinos, end up winning a few grand, and then have to jump through a million hoops to get paid. Best of luck to you.
 

Genenco

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Macgyver said:
LOL :lolup:

Yeah, it's a clone (or shell) that Grand Virtual sells to just about anybody.

*shrug* Personally, I wonder how long a casino will last if just anybody can buy the shell and set it up. As long as the buyer has the startup money to pay Grand Virtual, they can open it up but who's to say they have enough money to pay winners? :what:

Who says they even WILL pay the winners? :)
 

jetset

RIP Brian
CAG
I'm going to leave the defence of Grand Virtual to their rep here LOL

However, just an observation regarding the way Genenco is going about tasting his different *hamburgers*:

If you read his (or maybe her?) posts he is actually being pretty thorough with the possible exception of not going through the entire T&Cs with a fine toothcomb and taking a screenshot:

1) He researches the archives

2) He has found portals like this where he is likely to get a balanced view from different perspectives and experiences

3) When he judges it is a safe bet, he puts a toe in the water with a small deposit and then assesses how the casino handles his business.

That seems to me to be a smart online gambler.
 
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