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Weak online table limits

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by ksb11, Jan 3, 2010.

    Jan 3, 2010
  1. ksb11

    ksb11 Senior Member

    Personal Trainer
    Wait'n for a payout!
    I have never played at a Rival casino before because when I have checked out their table limits for roulette it is always $50 max inside and $50 max outside. IMHO, that really limits the amount of fun a player can have, it also gives the casino a considerable advantage, at least for the progressive bettor which I am in the purest since. The Rival group gets my vote for the worst place to play roulette.

    RTG's are not much better. For example, Clubworld I think has a $25 inside limit and $100 outside limit. Weak. Don't get me wrong, I think Clubworld does a good job all around, and their group does have a $.25 min bet, which can be fun, but I would prefer a 1$ min and at least a $500 max bet. Grand Vegas, iNet Bet, Jackpot Capital, Doyle's, all weak. Not bad casino's, just weak. Bodog has a $500 max on inside and outside bets and I know this is one reason I am successful there. I have lost my bank there a few times, it's just a chance u take, it's part of the fun and thrill of roulette.

    Vegas Tech casino's ( English Harbour) have a $1 min and $300 outside max on their downloaded casino but a $99 outside limit, $99 inside on the flash casino, so u can still spread a lot of money around on single #'s which compensates a little bit. Increasing the outside max by a couple hundred would be ideal.

    Microgaming ( 7 Sultans, the only one I play at ) has a lot of variety with their roulette and on the 'premiere roulette' on the flash - $.25 inside $1.75 min outside $700 max outside. Their high limit roulette is a $50 min $1500 max. Being in America it is just to much of a process to get paid from micro gaming casinos.

    3Dice- limits just not high enough. I know 3Dice is king around here ( and I am sure they deserve to be ) but I doubt it is serious roulette some of ya'll are playing.

    My apologies for the long post, but I feel the need to request the need for more variety and betting liberty.

    I am not of the opinion that the casinos are protecting the players by keeping the limits low, they are protecting themselves. Our friendship is not their first priority, our money is. Winning money ( and entertainment of course ) is the players first priority.
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2010
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  3. bernynhel

    bernynhel Dormant account PABnononaccred PABnoaccred

    Los Angeles
    I'm assuming these tables have minimum chip denominations of $1 so yeah, you can't cover the table sufficiently with less than a $1500 table limit and, no, these sites are not protecting the player! Casinos who claim that's what they're doing by limiting the table limits like this are liars and fatmouths.

    And while I'm a big fan of 3Dice, I agree about their roulette and I have never played roulette there.

    Off rail, slightly, but also noteworthy at 3Dice, weak-table-limit-wise, is the 10 cent side bet on their $50 Caribbean Stud Poker table. Though I never heard any claim that the reason for the side bet being only 10% of the industry norm of $1 is for the protection of the player, I can emphatically state that that is not the reason. lol In fact, the only way to have that side bet be a factor on behalf of the player is if ante bets are kept under $1. I don't know the math to determine the difference between overall odds on a CSP table with a 10 cent side bet versus a $1 side bet, all else being equal, but I'd wager dimes to donuts that its astronomical.

    The reduced odds advantage on roulette tables with limits too low to accommodate the minimum chip size obviously skews the advantage to the house compared with B/M roulette.
  4. Jan 3, 2010
  5. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount.

    FWIW, 3Dice will adjust your table limits if you're a VIP there.
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  6. Jan 3, 2010
  7. Wildfire7

    Wildfire7 Dormant account

    Many casinos do reset table limits depending upon your status. Similar with maximum weekly cashouts, it is far better for a casino to be realistic in what they can afford to payout. Rather than over extending their exposure to risk, and not being able to pay customers when they win.


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