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What the best time to stop be loyal

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by davdav5678, Dec 16, 2014.

    Dec 16, 2014
  1. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

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    So a few weeks a go I had a nice win ,Not a jackpot around £1900 .I made many deposits at a certain casino and say deposited around the last year £9000 .


    Just lately I had very poor game play , Really bad not even getting deposits amount up .Most of the time I deposited around £20 to 100 per week .Last week was £300 .I can afford to deposited this amount not what this is about and understand not every game play you have wins I know that .Just lately I'm not even getting any free rounds or even £10 back on the slots and think its time to take my deposits else where and have a break from them for a bit . What a good time frame to stop depositing ?:thumbsup: In anyone experience has having a break worked in game play better ?
     
  2. Dec 16, 2014
  3. bigjohn

    bigjohn Meister Member MM PABnoaccred

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    Northeast Coastal USA
    Well, taking a break from any given casino should have no bearing on your game play as far as how well you do on their games.

    Personally I think it's always good to mix it up a little. Check around, find some new places to play just don't expect the slots to pay out differently.

    Who knows, maybe you will find a better loyalty program and the place you play at now will start sending you some nice offers if they really miss you.
     
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  5. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

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    Cheers big john ,Yes good advice there thanks . Need to get out there on more casino brands that's my problem I think lol

    Thanks for the tips :notworthy
     
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  7. incrediblestuff

    incrediblestuff SearchingForTheHolyGrail! CAG webmeister

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    I try and mix up my play if i seem like i am having a bad run, just spread it across a few cool places, preferably with diverse softwares - not saying all of them have to be Multiplatform but i mean that i like to put in 20,- in 32Red, 20,- in Guts and 20,- in JPC rather then putting in 60 in one of them, and if this would continue for countless deposits without getting much play (obviously standards differ here from person to person, but that's another story) then i wouldn't hesitate to ask for a comp.

    If then the comps also don't provide me with an acceptable playtime, i might stay clear for a bit, but to be honest in my long years of gambling even my worst droughts sometimes turned into an amazing cashout in the next try, playing new games or trying new Casinos.. you just never know.

    As long as you can afford to lose it, and get well treated and comped, i don't see the need to take a break anywhere.. i am mostly low rolling, don't deposit crazy amounts, and i still get very well treated in all my regular places. But, like i said, if you feel you haven't been getting enough bang for your buck, ask management or support to review your last sessions or for a straight up comp.. if you do, and still don't get an acceptable experience, then vote with your feet.. but, you also have to be careful jot to expect too much, or you will soon run out of places:)

    Hope that is of any use to you..

    Edit: i see BigJohn has already given similar, more concise advise:)
     
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  9. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Architects
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    Hello

    Many thanks for taking time out with the tip's and advice is taken on board :thumbsup:, Maybe just a dry spell I have asked the management and have reviewed and add a little from time to time so hopefully I have some more luck soon . I think I start with the tips with small low deposits and stick to that over 2 or 3 casino's and see what that brings :D .Maybe my problem depositing to much on one brand and expecting to much lol:rolleyes:

    Ok then guys thanks again and all the best with you game play :thumbsup::notworthy:)
     
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