Why do bonusses always exclude Roulette ?

TheGameMen

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Hi !

This is what i've been wondering about for quite long time.
Why do bonusses always exclude Roulette ?
I mean, that you cannot play roulette with the "Free Bonus Money" you get when you deposit...
You always have to play slots, and i personally just HATE slots.
Blackjack is fine too, but most of the times blackjack is excluded too...

Why is that ? can somebady explain it to me please ?

Thanks
 

winbig

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Hi !

This is what i've been wondering about for quite long time.
Why do bonusses always exclude Roulette ?
I mean, that you cannot play roulette with the "Free Bonus Money" you get when you deposit...
You always have to play slots, and i personally just HATE slots.
Blackjack is fine too, but most of the times blackjack is excluded too...

Why is that ? can somebady explain it to me please ?

Thanks

Going out on a limb here, but I think because of all of the people abusing it by betting red/black (no risk bets*) at the same time for the sole purpose of clearing the WR. It certainly couldn't be because of the HA...lol

* Very very very low risk bets, especially on wheels with only one 0 instead of 0 and 00.
 

aka23

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Hi !

This is what i've been wondering about for quite long time.
Why do bonusses always exclude Roulette ?
I mean, that you cannot play roulette with the "Free Bonus Money" you get when you deposit...
You always have to play slots, and i personally just HATE slots.
Blackjack is fine too, but most of the times blackjack is excluded too...

Why is that ? can somebady explain it to me please ?

Thanks
Microgaming Clearplay/eZ bonuses allow roulette. Other bonuses generally do not count roulette, craps, or baccarat towards wagering requirements. Winbig is correct that the reason for this is the possibility of a "riskless" wager on both winning and losing outcomes.

For example, in single-zero roulette, someone could bet $1 on all numbers, including 0. They would lose $1 out of the $37 bet on every spin, regardless of where the ball landed. If the wagering requirement was less than 37xB, they would be guaranteed to make a gain.

Blackjack is often excluded as well, but for different reasons. The house edge in blackjack is quite low, and the variance of the game is reasonable as well. This combination gives the player a better chance of making a gain than with other games.
 

TheGameMen

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:lolup: Thanks for your replies, that cleared a few things up.
Never realized that there are actually people betting on RED AND BLACK...
 

KasinoKing

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I know you've looked at my roulette page - so didn't you see it is allowed in WR at MG, GP, CON, Mansion & Kismet = half the softwares listed? (That's over 100 casinos!)

Of course, most of these do not allow 'low risk betting' - but only a real saddo would do that anyway.
If you did as aka said, you would only end up with a tiny fraction of the bonus money.
There are MUCH better ways to make use of bonuses ;)
 

TheGameMen

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I know you've looked at my roulette page - so didn't you see it is allowed in WR at MG, GP, CON, Mansion & Kismet = half the softwares listed? (That's over 100 casinos!)

Of course, most of these do not allow 'low risk betting' - but only a real saddo would do that anyway.
If you did as aka said, you would only end up with a tiny fraction of the bonus money.
There are MUCH better ways to make use of bonuses ;)

You've got pm ! :thumbsup:
 
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