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thinking of playing an RTG

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by scrollock, Oct 26, 2005.

    Oct 26, 2005
  1. scrollock

    scrollock Senior Member

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    i havnt opened a new casino account for some time now and have run out of MG's to join, so i'm thinking of looking elsewhere.

    this leaves me with either playtech or RTG software casinos to join.

    i've got 3 playtech accounts and have had a terrible experience at all of them, so they are a no go, especially judging by the sheer volume of complaints about them recently.

    whereas RTG, i dont see many complaints about them much now, not even about virtual and "friends". i've had 2 RTG accounts, one at cirrus which was my first ever casino and ive still havn't been paid, the other was bodog which i played because i had a sportsbook account there and found the service superior than the vast majority of MG's

    so i know with RTG's the difference between them can be quite immense.

    so i'm looking for some general advice before joining some of them.

    which are the most reputable ones ?

    anything in the T+C's to catch me out ?

    what are cashout times like ?

    do they use any of the standard playtech payout stalling tactics ? e.g. we cant read your docs, etc, etc
     
  2. Oct 26, 2005
  3. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    rtg's

    there are many reputable rtgs..inetbet being at the top of the list(in my opinion)..great support and fast pay outs..and reasonable terms and conditions..check out casinomeisters accredited casinos,,theres a few rtgss listed in there and exclusive bonus from inetbet..good luck! I too was a :micro-nut" until I found an rtg that was on the up and up..
     
  4. Oct 26, 2005
  5. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

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    You shouldn't have to go further than this:
    http://www.casinomeister.com/casinos.html#casinos

    Several Playtech casinos (the Mainstreet Group) have just joined this week, and one new RTG VIPCasinos. They are all represented in this forum as well.

    The support issues that have recently been plaguing the Playtech casinos don't apply to Mainstreet's since they run their own support and are clearly a separate entity.
     
  6. Oct 26, 2005
  7. paul1

    paul1 Dormant account

    Hey cool. VIP is the same outfit with sports and horseracing. I've heard they have a stellar reputation. Great. Another good book like BoDog with RTG software. Sounds like a good trend. :thumbsup:
     
  8. Oct 26, 2005
  9. johnsteed

    johnsteed Ueber Meister

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    Odd... very odd...

    scrollock

    so i'm looking for some general advice before joining some of them.

    which are the most reputable ones ?

    anything in the T+C's to catch me out ?

    what are cashout times like ?


    dunarunnin

    there are many reputable rtgs..inetbet being at the top of the list(in my opinion)..great support and fast pay outs..and reasonable terms and conditions..check out casinomeisters accredited casinos,,theres a few rtgss listed in there and exclusive bonus from inetbet..good luck! I too was a :micro-nut" until I found an rtg that was on the up and up..

    Seems very odd to me, that a Casinomeister.com "vet" is getting advice from a 1st time poster (welcome to the club). The only reason (personally) to go to RTG's are because you've exhausted all bonuses at MG casino's. I'd say that not all RTG's are bad, and yes, some are quite good. Personally (not being a very big fan of RTG casino's of course), I'm surprised that Sci-Fi and Breakaway don't get just as many solid reviews from posters as INetBet.

    As far as RTG being on the up-and-up, it can't be that hard when you've historically sunk so low (although, it would wonderful if someday ALL the remaining casino's and software providers be as good as 32Red and Maple Casino with the Phoenicianesque prompt payouts, that's why this forum is so important). If PlayTech didn't have such ridiculous waiting periods and T&C's, I think that that particular software group presents the second best software to MG (depending on what game), in terms of gameplay/visuals.
     
  10. Oct 26, 2005
  11. scrollock

    scrollock Senior Member

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    yep, agree johnsteed, it does seem very odd, i have raised the point before that quite often that a certain RTG might be shilling the forum, especially when there is a complaint about them at the same time.

    going back to the poster who has recommended inetbet, would it be my imagination that the posting style is very similiar to this person who only ever posted about inetbet.

    http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9558&highlight=Inetbet


    this is not too accuse inetbet, and anyway there is enough of the "vet" posters here who i respect who recomended inetbet, for me to try them.

    i'm tempted by this mainstreet group aswell, they are registered in the UK, which is always a good sign. like you i actually quite like the software from playtech, its just pity from my limited experience that ive not found a casino which i like who uses that software.
     
  12. Oct 26, 2005
  13. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    oh please....

    ok..yes I am a "first time poster" although Ive been reading the newsletters and forums for quite some time..just have never voiced my opinion..and as for implying that I am associated with an rtg is pretty far fetched..unless of course you are so totally bored that you need to make up some kind of scenario to add some spice to a simple post.We all have opinions...I dont care if you agree or dont agree with mine..Ive been on the ezboard circuit now for a few years..maybe you would like to come to my board and voice your opinion..lets see what kind of reception you get..
     
  14. Oct 26, 2005
  15. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    F.Y.I

    ok..yes I am a "first time poster" although Ive been reading the newsletters and forums for quite some time..just have never voiced my opinion..and as for implying that I am associated with an rtg is pretty far fetched..unless of course you are so totally bored that you need to make up some kind of scenario to add some spice to a simple post.We all have opinions...I dont care if you agree or dont agree with mine..Ive been on the ezboard circuit now for a few years..maybe you would like to come to my board and voice your opinion..lets see what kind of reception you get..

    I play there also..but again..in "my opinion" inetbets rep is more stable..and no..I havent exhausted my "bonuses"when in fact..I never use coupons or bonuses..(maybe an occasional win from a contest)and have had them removed from my accounts at numerous places...so that discounts your theory on rtg players also..anything else you would like to try to discredit me with at the moment?
     
  16. Oct 26, 2005
  17. scrollock

    scrollock Senior Member

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    sounds like someone has touched a nerve
     
  18. Oct 26, 2005
  19. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    oh yeah..replying to a post and getting jumped on for no reason...thats hitting a nerve..
     
  20. Oct 26, 2005
  21. scrollock

    scrollock Senior Member

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    calm down, calm down, if there has been any offense caused then i apologise, its just that as a first time poster, others will not trust your posts till you have been on this board for some time. welcome to the board btw

    i'm going to join inetbet later, so hopefully i will be able to confirm what you have said about them.
     
  22. Oct 26, 2005
  23. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    ok

    lol calm down..like I said..my opinion is my opinion..and when first time posters happen to post at my board they get greeted..not cut down..and like I said,Ive been around the boards a long time..and regardless if a person has a 100 posts or 1..they still get treated fairly..And as for Inetbet..I do hope that you will find it as worthy as I do..their support is wonderful and fast..thats what I guage my gaming pleasure on..good service,fast payouts..software runs well..and as a matter of fact..last week I happened to win the casinomeisters fake ad and got a nice $100 from inetbet..so I guess if I worked for them they wouldnt of credited me huh?apology accepted..thank you .
     
  24. Oct 26, 2005
  25. scrollock

    scrollock Senior Member

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    well done on winning the fake ad thing, but dont you need to be a member of this site ? and i see that you only joined yesterday

    Hmm........
     
  26. Oct 26, 2005
  27. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    Im sure the casinomeister follows his own contest rules....and why it is showing that I just joined yesterday is beyond me..anything else ya wanna get on me for?
     
  28. Oct 26, 2005
  29. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

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    Okay everyone, chill out.

    To answer scrollocks question, you do not have to be a member of the forum to participate in any contest at Casinomeister.com unless of course it states you have to be a member. The only place where I require membership is for PABs - you need to be a member of both the forum and newsletter.

    Also, this bullshit about shills hits my nerves as well. This is a high profile moderated site, and most casinos know that shills are unneeded here. Plus, those are tactics of the amateur casinos coming out of some back alley in Venezuela. iNetBet has a lot of exposure here since they sponsor many contests - there would be no reason to try something stupidly amateurish like that.

    dunarunnin - welcome to the forum.
    :cheers:
     
  30. Oct 27, 2005
  31. dunarunnin

    dunarunnin Dormant account

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    whew

    :notworthy I thank you for the welcome casinomeister:notworthy ..and for scrollocks..lets just agree to disagree:thumbsup: ,I actually enjoy some debates lol!
     
  32. Oct 27, 2005
  33. paul1

    paul1 Dormant account

    Yeah welcome aboard dunarunnin. Yep, you got to be nice to people here. Everytime Bryan puts someone on probation for 30 days, I get this picture in my mind of that movie The Great Escape where every other scene Steve McQueen gets 30 days in the COOLER! The Casinomeister would make a good prison warden. :D (just kidding)
     
  34. Oct 27, 2005
  35. amatrine

    amatrine Crazy Cat Lady webmeister

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    Naa, I think he'd kick back and have a beer with the prisoner:))

    Ama
     
  36. Oct 27, 2005
  37. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

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    Lest we forget, I was a squad leader in the paratroopers at one point in my life - and a drill sergeant as well. But I did try to be mellow. My style was more like Christopher Walken's "Sgt. Toomey" in "Biloxi Blues". I didn't have to raise my voice much :D
     
  38. Oct 27, 2005
  39. paul1

    paul1 Dormant account

    You must register/login in order to see the link. :D
     

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