U.S. is back.. wooohooo

Andy Walker

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I just initiated my first withdrawal attempt at a new NJ online casino, it is from Caesars. I submitted a withdrawal for $100 by bank transfer. On the confirmation page it states normal processing can take up to 10 days. No request for extra documents as of yet. I will update this post when it hits my bank.
10 days, 10 days! oh that site has hit the ground running in regards to customer satisfaction. I do hope things get better for you guys!
 

Cleveland

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Bigjohn were there quicker payout options available? Just curious, because I would expect them to be paying quicker than what we have now. As I understand there might be payment issues to iron out in terms of this whole US online gaming thing getting going but what I would hate to see is payment times similar or worst than what we have now. My main excitement with gambling being full stream in the U.S. had more to do with finally getting quick payouts again.......and of course seeing new platforms, as well as old friends coming back.

3dice for example is instant....well was with okpay, but even paying by check I receive my check in a week or slightly less. And that's a check. Just saying I would like to see the US thing get started on the right foot. U.S. players have spent enough time with the whole waiting on long payout times. Need to see some instant options or close to it, as it is possible. They get the money fast, we should as well. It's what makes gambling in other countries so appealing. It's like being at a local B&M, but inside your house. You win, and walk away with your money then and there. Free to deposit else where, or buy a round a drinks.
 

rockycatt

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i have a inkling that they don't realize that the casino's that we are playing right now [baring poker wtich mystifies me on there problems across the board ] are going to be the standards to beat :eek2:
 

bigjohn

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At the Caesars site all they listed was bank transfer or check. For check they claim 24-48 hrs. to process then regular mail time, i guess 2-3 days, so that probably would have been quicker.

In my experience 10 days is about half or less than the average time it has taken me to get paid in the past; for example, I have a payout coming from Treasure Mile and it is supposed to be here 12/3. That will be 3 days short of a month.

There was talk of having Skrill and they have started a US branch but for some reason they could not identify me. They use some kind of auto-identify system that is supposed to find you after you answer a series of question but it didn't work for me.

The fastest time I have seen so far that I could use is to pick up my cash-out from the cashiers cage inside the actual casino. That should be 24-48 hrs. after requesting, plus a 4 1/2 hour round trip for me. For me the speed is not that important because of the delays from the past. Reliability, variety and no BS from the casinos or my bank are the keys for me.

I am sure the payout times will get shorter and shorter as time goes by.
 

bigjohn

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i have a inkling that they don't realize that the casino's that we are playing right now [baring poker wtich mystifies me on there problems across the board ] are going to be the standards to beat :eek2:
Compared to the way I used to have to jump through hoops to deposit and/or withdraw, there is no comparison.

I can deposit as little as $10 without running around trying to find a place to load my card and I pay no deposit fees from my regular bank debit card (which is gladly accepted) or the casino. I can cashout with no fees from the casino and I don't think my bank will charge me because it will not be a 'wire' just a transfer, but I will fill you guys in on that when my first cashout hits my bank.

Just a quick note, just because you don't live in NJ does not mean you can't open an account at any of these new casinos. You can register and look around to see what is available. This way if you ever come to NJ for vacation or just to visit our lovely state (lol) you will have an idea where you might want to try.
 

Andy Walker

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At the Caesars site all they listed was bank transfer or check. For check they claim 24-48 hrs. to process then regular mail time, i guess 2-3 days, so that probably would have been quicker.

In my experience 10 days is about half or less than the average time it has taken me to get paid in the past; for example, I have a payout coming from Treasure Mile and it is supposed to be here 12/3. That will be 3 days short of a month.

There was talk of having Skrill and they have started a US branch but for some reason they could not identify me. They use some kind of auto-identify system that is supposed to find you after you answer a series of question but it didn't work for me.

The fastest time I have seen so far that I could use is to pick up my cash-out from the cashiers cage inside the actual casino. That should be 24-48 hrs. after requesting, plus a 4 1/2 hour round trip for me. For me the speed is not that important because of the delays from the past. Reliability, variety and no BS from the casinos or my bank are the keys for me.

I am sure the payout times will get shorter and shorter as time goes by.
I'm sure as competition rolls out things will get better stateside and the field will level as in the Eurozone, these are early days.
 

cheetahwind

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So far as I thumbed thru the casino web sites.

All of the casinos
Caesars
Borgata
Trump Plaza
Tropicana

All offer credit card and eCheck deposits

For pay outs they all offered eChecks or cash at the cashier cage

Yet I have found one casino so far that is offering Skrill. Which honestly if eChecks are honestly depositing in less than a week. Unless if there offering instant pay outs to Skrill and instant deposits. I don't see the Tropicana having any real advantage except on the credit card home front. Where if they casino can't take the card directly. They might have a second better chance with Skrill. Plus it looks like if you have a 7-11 near you, you can also deposit cash at a 7-11. Interesting options for Tropicana. At least a few more than the rest.

I suppose we'll see where this goes over the next few months. I'm hoping NJ can sign agreements with other states soon to allow people to play games across state lines. Yet I see that still being a hurdle to cross that might take some time yet.

Still looks like some nice setup though.

((EDIT)) I'm going to leave the rest in tact, because I failed to finish reading the right sections of the site. Apparently Skill withdrawals are immediate so yeah, if other online casinos would offer this as an option. You could play for a while all weekend long.
 
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Darlabean

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Question for those already signed up for real money in the Garden State

Can you guys tell me if they offer BJ(and any 21 variants) and what the table limits(minimums and maximums) are?

Thanks
 

bigjohn

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Two more withdrawals from the new NJ casinos. 12/10, deposited $40 at Golden Nuggget, ACH in my bank today, 12/13.

Tonight, deposited $20 at Betfair (Trump Plaza site) cashed out $80, site says it will be in my bank in 4-5 days.

I think I'm starting to really like this.

Had a couple more wins over 100X, all small stakes but most enjoyable. Heres a 121X and a 137X from IGT's Star Trek.

121X.jpg

137X.jpg

Any other Garden Staters playing?
 

incrediblestuff

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Way to go john! :)

Pretty cool those IGT games.., i'd almost say the situation has reversed in terms of what is offered to U.S. peeps and say, here.
I am a bit jealous now:)

Happy for all you U.S. people, definitely a good development!:thumbsup:
 

mrmark21

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Two more withdrawals from the new NJ casinos. 12/10, deposited $40 at Golden Nuggget, ACH in my bank today, 12/13.

Tonight, deposited $20 at Betfair (Trump Plaza site) cashed out $80, site says it will be in my bank in 4-5 days.

I think I'm starting to really like this.

Had a couple more wins over 100X, all small stakes but most enjoyable. Heres a 121X and a 137X from IGT's Star Trek.

Any other Garden Staters playing?
What would you say your experience has been like? How would you compare IGT to RTG?

Can you see huge difference in terms of cash-outs, playing time, graphics, and the frequency of features?

Can you see RTG withstanding the test of time now that the USA has opened it's doors to other game providers? I ask specifically in regards to RTG because apart from 3 Dice and Rival (which I quite like myself) I think that RTG would have been a more popular choice as the USA didn't have many other softwares to choose from. I know that Inetbet has already branched out to Europe. What is your opinion?

I wish I could play IGT :(
 

bigjohn

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What would you say your experience has been like? How would you compare IGT to RTG?

Can you see huge difference in terms of cash-outs, playing time, graphics, and the frequency of features?

Can you see RTG withstanding the test of time now that the USA has opened it's doors to other game providers? I ask specifically in regards to RTG because apart from 3 Dice and Rival (which I quite like myself) I think that RTG would have been a more popular choice as the USA didn't have many other softwares to choose from. I know that Inetbet has already branched out to Europe. What is your opinion?

I wish I could play IGT :(
By far the biggest difference is the freedom of choice to deposit and withdraw whenever and whatever amount I want without the draconian fees or the fear that my bank would give me a hard time.

As far as gameplay, I think the features come up more often and pay more in general and my playtime has increased significantly. I have played practically everyday, deposited probably around $500, and withdrew almost $300. All my withdraws have been in the last week-and-a-half, so I am getting the hang of it and I see a bright future for a low roller like myself!

I think the RTG's and Rivals and others will be around the US for quite a while still because as of right now we only have 4 states (out of 50) with legally bound, State endorsed on-line casinos. I can't see any reason why anyone who lives in New Jersey would play anywhere else, with the exception of 3Dice which I consider so far above all the other choices we had here before. Unfortunately for me, in a state of frustration and stupidity, I self-excluded from 3Dice for a year:what:.

I think that within a year or so we will have the best on-line casinos in the world.

I realize that's a bold prediction but there is nothing holding us back. Many of the great game providers are based here in the US including Bally, IGT, and WMS and the other biggies are definitely US friendly and I'm sure they are chomping at the bit to get all their games available to us.

Right now the graphics and smoothness of play of the games are not great but I think that is chiefly the result of these casinos not wanting to invest a whole lot of money until they see if it is going to take off. The first monthly report will be very interesting.

Overall my feelings can be summed up simply, I feel Liberated!
 

cash4all

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We have one BIG barricade preventing online gambling in Florida, IMO...
1.) The American Indians

Disney may have an influence somewhat towards online gambling but I know that Disney
heavily influences B&M casinos in or around Orlando.
Yep we do, I live here in Florida and I absolutely refuse to go to the Indian casinos. Went once and will never go back. Everything was so tight and even the tables weren't customer friendly unless you were a high roller. There are a couple of casinos in South Florida, like the ones at the racetracks etc BUT they aren't allowed to have "Vegas" style slots. Right now only the Indian Casinos are allowed to have them along with the table games with the live dealers. I think the fight to bring online gaming as well as more gaming to more states in the form of land based non-indian gambling is going to be hard fought and blocked by the tribes. They are making out like bandits now and if they start having to compete with other operators they aren't going to like it. They have pretty much a monopoly now and are not going to be happy if and when the online gaming starts nationwide ... I am so hoping that we do get it legalized for the whole country and that there will be several operators to choose from except just one or two. I would gladly pay taxes on any winnings if I knew that I would never have to fight for a payout again. Land based operators may feel threatened by the online gaming BUT they shouldn't be as people are still going to go on vacation and I don't think it will hurt their business much. But the Indian Casinos are another story .... online gaming and allowing other operators to have the same things that they do in terms of table games, slots, poker with the same limits is going to be interesting. I, for one, will be happy when the monopoly is over, at least down here!
 

UltimateJ

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Happy you are enjoying our casino

We will be adding new deposit and withdrawal methods over the coming weeks and months, and of course we will also be adding lots of great new Game content. Watch this space.
 

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