Rival??

weplant

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Do you recommend playing at Rival powered casinos (slots) for USA players? and if so, do you have a favorite..thanks
 

lucky21

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no to rival

Hi
I have been playing a rival casino recently, pamper casino, and have seen some of the worst play i have ever experienced in nearly nearly 10years playing, there is no way the blackack is blackjack or the roulette is roulette, absolutley shocking play.
 

De Beuker

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Hi
I have been playing a rival casino recently, pamper casino, and have seen some of the worst play i have ever experienced in nearly nearly 10years playing, there is no way the blackack is blackjack or the roulette is roulette, absolutley shocking play.

Pamper is definately NOT a Rival powered casino.
As far as I know they use Amigotech.
I tried that once, long ago and did NOT like it at all, so far I agree with you.:D

For the good Rivals, as Laurie said, Vegas Regal, SlotoCash and Box24 are ok.
 

KasinoKing

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As per the above really.
I also like Vegas Sky & Fortune Reel - but that's a personal thing.
What I'm not sure about are cash-out times, especially for USA players.
I would listen to what other American players say.

KK
 

bgermain1985

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From what I have heard, Sloto' Cash is allegedly the safest.

I used to love Rival casino software and played a ton.
Now, I STRONGLY recommend you be careful reading terms and conditions.

Many promotions in Rival casinos includes timed play restrictions, game restrictions that 'void and null winnings', much larger playthrough restrictions, non cashable bonuses (not as unheard of, but a recent change to Rival), and I've heard that bonuses may become STICKY (the absolute worst to watch out for)

It will be a while before Rival casinos have my trust again.
When they first came out, there were many cases where free spins didn't register if autoplay was being used in games like As The Reels Turn... I don't think that it happens anymore but the software can still be viewed as flaky at time.

Oh and Tradition casino ... *shudder* listen to everyone else and avoid PLEASE. Blackjacks paying at 1-1 should be enough evidence there.

Cheers!
- Brandon
 

all4greed

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Regarding the bonuses, it's interesting to see the different terms and conditions in each casino. For instance, I have seen two 50% cashable bonus offers, one with 15x wagering, the other 25x. Why would anyone pick the higher wagering requirements if everything else is the same?

Lots of inconsistencies...
 
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