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KasinoKing

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sw2003 said:
You miss the part of "will not count as wager towards our bonus policy"!
What more do you need?
I need answers to my questions! (Sorry, but you haven't answered them)
Don't worry - I'll e-mail the casino & post the answers here later...!
Thanks anyway.
 

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The C.O.N. reply was still not 100% specific, but I interpret it as saying you ARE allowed to play Roulette & Craps for WR!

However, their figures & maths in the first section is appaling, so can we trust the rest of the reply? :what:

Thank you for your interest in Casino-on-Net, as always we are happy to be of assistance.

Mr.King, first when you sign up for an account and make an initial deposit we will macth it 100% up to $250. In turn we simply require that you wager the full bonus 20 times before you make a withdrawal. For example you may deposit $200 you will receive a $200 bonus which will then need to be wagered $2,000 before cashing out.

As you asserted, the low risk wagers are bets on both red and black at the same time or odd and even. In essence any wager or combination that will result in a win and a loss at the same time is considered a low risk wager which does not count towards the amount required to be wagered. We only exclude those types of wagers from our bonus policy.
You may play all games but we specifically request that you do not make low risk wagers on CRAPS and Roulette.
 

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I'd agree with you, KK, especially on the math. :lolup:

If you decide to take them up on their bonus offer, definitely keep that email in case they give you a problem with playing regular (read: not no-risk) bets on roulette or craps.
 

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KasinoKing said:
The C.O.N. reply was still not 100% specific, but I interpret it as saying you ARE allowed to play Roulette & Craps for WR!

However, their figures & maths in the first section is appaling, so can we trust the rest of the reply? :what:

Jeez I don't know what if I bet on 16 and 32 on the roulette table and the ball landed on 16??? Then I won and lost at the same time????? That is ambiguous!
Or do they mean won and lost the same amount at the same time?
In that case I better not put $1 on 16 and $35 on 32!
 

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I think only if you cover all the possible outcomes that no matter where the ball ends you win your bet back less the overall house edge. Anyone playing it normaly should not have any problem.
 

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:confused: :confused:

you guys totally hijacked my thread!! :mad: :mad:


now one of you needs to be the sacrificial lamb and do a reef club happy hour trip report :axeman2:
 

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ezc3m said:
you guys totally hijacked my thread!! :mad: :mad:

now one of you needs to be the sacrificial lamb and do a reef club happy hour trip report :axeman2:
Sorry! :lolup: Mostly my fault I guess! :oops:

I will volunteer to be your lamb! But it will probably have to wait until January as I have loads of work (ie gambling) already this month, and am away from my PC for 2-weeks over Christmas! :( :( :(
 

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Today, I received an e-mail form Reef Club.

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According to the User Agreement you have with us, in the event that we believe that if a user is abusing or attempting to abuse a bonus or other promotion, or is likely to benefit through abuse or lack of good faith from a gaming policy adopted by us, then we may in our sole discretion, deny any bonus or promotion, or rescind any policy in respect of that user, either temporarily or permanently.

This Email is to inform you that we have made a decision to deny you from obtaining any promotional bonuses from us in the future.

This decision is prompted by your account activity (mostly based on depositing repeatedly during promotional events in order to cash out casino bonuses with minimal risks), which is highly inconsistent with our philosophy of rewarding players who take risks and enjoy gambling.
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In November, I opened an account at Reef Club, deposited $200, got $200 bonus and cashed-in $2,000.
Lat week, I deposited $1000, played BJ "without bonus", tried 10% method and cashed-in $3,078.
Can someone give me a clue why I was labeled as a bonus abuser ?
Their business tactics is far beyond my understanding....
So many strange things happen in the world of online casinos....
 

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Can someone give me a clue why I was labeled as a bonus abuser ?
In November, I opened an account at Reef Club, deposited $200, got $200 bonus and cashed-in $2,000. Lat week, I deposited $1000, played BJ "without bonus", tried 10% method and cashed-in $3,078.
The answer is in bold; even though you didn't take a bonus the second time, you won too much.

Consider it a badge of honor; you took too much of their money, just like Crockford's and Stanley. :thumbsup:
 

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I think the short answer is inept management in many cases, especially bearing in mind the high cost of acquiring good non-bonus players.

One gets the impression that they see a couple of reasonable healthy wins like this and rush to shut down the account without considering the probable lifetime value of that player.

It's really weird.

Unless of course they think they have found something else in your background, real or imagined!
 

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Yoshimura, from what you posted, it doesn't sound like you did anything wrong to me. It sounds like your action was too strong for them though. I am glad that you beat them out of that much before they restricted you.

Yoshimura's story makes me less inclined to open an account at Reef Club.

On the other hand, at least they restricted Yoshimura from receiving bonuses in the future instead of taking away something that was already given.
 

555YY

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jetset said:
I think the short answer is inept management in many cases, especially bearing in mind the high cost of acquiring good non-bonus players.

One gets the impression that they see a couple of reasonable healthy wins like this and rush to shut down the account without considering the probable lifetime value of that player.

It's really weird.

Unless of course they think they have found something else in your background, real or imagined!

thank you yoshi!! i was really debating on if i should deposit for their happy hour bonus, your post just helped me avoid making a possible stupid choice.

reefclub, if that's how you treat your customers, then no thank you!!! :mad: :mad:
 

Yoshimura

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Thank you for comments.
One of my friends was also labeled as a bonus abuser on the same day.
I don't blame them but the casino manager should reconsider his business policy.
I won big by luck, but definitely I will lose money if I keep on playing at their casino.
Maybe they stopped me doing so, and I should say thanks to them.LOL
 

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