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Specific Software Experiences, trust, quality

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by addaminsane, May 4, 2009.

    May 4, 2009
  1. addaminsane

    addaminsane Dormant account

    Occupation:
    College Student
    Location:
    USA
    hey i was just wandering if some folks on here would give me some advice on a few software platforms.

    I'm wandering what your specific experiences with these particular platforms are

    RTG
    Vegas Technology
    Rival Gaming

    Considerations to include are trustability and transparency experience, banking experiences, and general usability...and any other relevant info worth noting.

    Thanks!
     
    Last edited: May 4, 2009
  2. May 5, 2009
  3. Rusty

    Rusty Banned User - repetitive flaming

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    usability?
    If you mean how fun is the software then that depends on the games you prefer to play and it is all subjective anyway.

    Personally I would go for One of the newly accredited RTG's out of the Three choices because support is generally good and the games are fun, cashouts are quite quick for none US.

    I actually no longer play any of the software you list but that is my opinion for what it is worth.
     
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  4. May 5, 2009
  5. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

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    RTG - 50% are rogues (non or slow payments). Stick to recommended ones only.

    Rival Gaming - Buggy software & stupidly high WR's on repeat bonuses, but great games (slots) and never any cash-out problems personally for me at any of them. *

    Vegas Technology - only played a little bit in fun-mode so far... No cash in or out.


    Have you considered Wizard Gaming? Slots only, a little different, silly bonus term (but OK if you are aware from the start), I've cashed-out twice; quick & hassle free. *

    * Note; I'm in the UK and use Neteller ($US) - you may find withdrawals can be more problematical in the USA.

    KK
     
  6. May 5, 2009
  7. funky_seagull

    funky_seagull Dormant account

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    I like RTG software..

    I love the videopoker on this software as it has a lot of choice, decent paytables, and offers 10/7 double bonus(which if played optimally has a longterm payback of over 100%) and seems to be the only software which offers pick 'em poker which is another of my favourites.

    The software is great, simple to use, hardly takes up any room on my computer, loads up quickly, cashier is simple to use, plenty of deposit and withdrawal options, fast cashouts in some casinos.

    Haven't had any issues with it crashing like with other software, doesn't cane my system resources like other software does. Doesn't zap my computer memory. Games play smoothly, the results can be very streaky, but usually the streaks balance out over time so the results are fair.

    I don't play slots, but I have read that casino operators can make the payouts tighter, so need to be wary of this...

    The main downside to RTG is they don't care who they license their software to, and they won't help players who get scammed by rogue casinos, despite bad happenings to players, they continue to license their software to dodgy outfits... so with RTG you need to take care that you only play in those casinos listed in accredited section of this site, else you risk not getting paid if you make a withdrawal...

    Not that clued up on Rival or vegas technologies sorry...
     
  8. May 6, 2009
  9. addaminsane

    addaminsane Dormant account

    Occupation:
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    Location:
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    great info guys. thanks. i appreciate it. sounds like the main downsides are bonus, payment and sometimes trust related.

    but surely the more popular branches of these casinos are better in those areas right...?

    specifically thinking about - Cherry Red, Lucky18, and Rushmore - RTG

    I've heard issues relating to golden casino on vegas technology, but what about -Millionaire, Online Vegas, And Silver Dollar, and the new Go Casino Branch?

    For rival gaming i was thinking about Superior Casino.

    These are the more popular branches of the different platforms that i was wandering about. Previous replies seem to indicate that some may be better than others apart from the software accreditation.
     
  10. May 6, 2009
  11. Rusty

    Rusty Banned User - repetitive flaming

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    Silver Dollar I would give a miss, I think Vegas Technolgy is the weakest of the software and support is not great.

    Rival some people like but I find it far too streaky to be trustworthy, that said it is apparently possible to win in the short term though I never managed 1 single cashout at any Rival after about my Second deposit.
    As I played less my bonus offers got bigger and my returns got smaller,fancy.

    RTG some excellent slots IMO with good support (right Casinos) and some decent bonus offers but returns have been questioned more and more lately and I no longer play any RTG even though these are my favourite slots.

    KK mentioned Wizzard gaming and they have some fun slots these Days just don't expect the software to play consistently.
    They have potential though.

    Grand Virtual have some fun slots but support is generally poor to very poor.

    Micro Gaming Systems have a massive selection of games and usually excellent support. some people have not enjoyed much success on the slots after recent updates to the software.

    Playtech have some reasonable games and good selection but stay away from the new novel slots. They may play decent for a while but sooner or later you will hit a streak of death that never ends.
    Be careful where you play too, just like RTG there are lots of iffy Casinos running the software.

    In short if you play slots, play for fun and take a bonus as near to +ev as you can get.
    Cashout when you are infront and play elsewhere for a while after you do.
    These Days that is your only hope of gettiing value for money.
    Have fun :thumbsup:
     
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