Whats the best way to cash-out the 1-Hour Free Play Bonus?

tantalos

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Happy new year everyone!


I took up the "$750 Free for 1 hour" promotion of Ruby Fortune Casino.

I played some BJ and after almost 150 bets, I fell down to $680. Then I started playing Carribean Stud Poker, and a Full House increased my bankroll to $830.

Since, according to the bonus' T&c's I couldnt claim more than 100$, I decided to claim my winnings.

Now, I have to deposit $50 and the $80 I can claim shall be transferred to my bonus account. The wager requirement for these $80 is 30x80=$2400 , and the contribution of the various games is as follows:

100 % - all Slots, American Roulette and all Parlor Games
50% - all Table Pokers, Red Dog, all Roulettes (except American Roulette), Casino War and Sic Bo
10% - all Video/Power Pokers (except All Aces Video/Power Pokers), all Blackjacks (except Classic Blackjack), all Craps and all Baccarats
2% - Classic Blackjack and All Aces Video/Power Pokers

Could you suggest me a way to play and try to clear these $2400? How would you like my chances of trying American Roulette?

Thanks everyone.
 

Rusty

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One way to try would be if you hit a decent win change your game to a low variance slot such as muchos grande.
Obviously games such as video poker and blackjack are low variance games if you play the with the correct strategy but this can be quite a grind as only a small % of stake counts towards WR.
Keep in mind also that roulette can be played as high or low variance game.
I am sure someone here can give you better advice but this should give a you a few ideas.
 

aka23

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Could you suggest me a way to play and try to clear these $2400? How would you like my chances of trying American Roulette?

Thanks everyone.
You have the best chance of completing the wagering requirement on the game French Roulette. French Roulette has a house egde of 0.5/37 = 1.35% (on 1:1 outside bets), while American Roulette has a house edge of 2/38 = 5.26%. The Clearplay/eZ Bonus page on my website has tables listing the expected gain/loss and 1 standard deviation range of return for a variety of games, including French Roulette.

I'd recommend playing a game you like and going for a big win, then either play through the remaining wagering on FR or cash out your winnings without completing the playthrough.
 
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Neodata

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You could play it like an sticky, either you bust or win on the first hand. For that baccarat would be a good choice, bet everything on the banker and you can double up (-5% comission) or don't bet everything on one hand and try to raise it up. After that do what the others say and play french roulett because of the low house edge and autoplay (it also counts 50%)
 
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