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World Wide Vegas

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by Capper, Apr 2, 2004.

    Apr 2, 2004
  1. Capper

    Capper Dormant account

    Amherst, NY
    I downloaded World Wide Vegas Casino and was about to deposit money there. I checked a few of my sources, just to make sure, and found that Custom Strategy Cards gave this casino a poor rating. I couldn't find out anything else about the casino at other sites. Has anyone had a problem with this casino. I believe they use Dot Com Software.
  2. Jul 8, 2004
  3. Macgyver

    Macgyver Dormant account PABnononaccred

    North Carolina
    I'd be interested in hearing about this one, as well ...

    It seems that they now use Parlay entertainment software in their no-download casino instead of Dot Com (or is that just a name change?).

    Currently offering 100% bonus to $500 with 20X WR, but I'm still a little skeptical.

    Any help would be much appreciated ...
  4. Jul 8, 2004
  5. Lukas85

    Lukas85 Dormant account

    you consider a 100% sticky bonus with wagering requirements of 20 x (deposit+bonus) to be a good offer???
  6. Jul 8, 2004
  7. Macgyver

    Macgyver Dormant account PABnononaccred

    North Carolina
    I'm not exactly sure the bonus is sticky, it's unclear ...

    From their Rules:

    I think it all depends on whether the player wagers with the bonus money first or his/her own funds.

    However, I thankfully did a search on the casino's software provider which has me too concerned about the problems I've read to feel comfortable depositing with them.

    Just what the meister's Forum is for, I'd say. :D
  8. Jul 8, 2004
  9. DDD

    DDD Guest

    I have only played once with Parlay software and i didn't like it - both every minute disconnections and the game seemed to be unfair (although you cannot say that after one session i prefer not to spend thousands of dollars for proving that). If possible try to stick to main software providers(crypto,micro,rtg). Playing with many others is playing with fire. IMHO
  10. Jul 9, 2004
  11. two_card

    two_card Dormant account

    These folks would have to have a major change before I play.

    My personal experience of losing $1000 in $4700 wagering the miniumm at BJ - a long time ago.

    Too may reports of very bad (R ?) results over the years.
  12. Jul 9, 2004
  13. ciraman

    ciraman Dormant account

    Wisconsin, USA
    I've played there a few times in the past few months and have had some success playing BJ and Caribbean Poker. Yes, the bonus is sticky and I agree the wagering requirements for the 100% bonus are high (20x). But for up to 25% bonuses the WR are only 4x. That is where I have had my success. Also, the bonus stays in your account until you lose it so you can cash out several times from the same bonus. I've been able to make some money off of Gone Gambling bonuses as well. I prefer Viper and RTG, but their BJ and Caribbean Poker seem fair to me. Payouts have generally been next day through Neteller.
  14. Jul 9, 2004
  15. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service
    Dotcom Entertainment is the parent company for Parlay Entertainment.

    WW Vegas had some tricky moments but has been online for some time. Originally used the notorious GSS software but they changed around 2001, I think. Not sure who owns it now but back then they were registered to Azul Electrico SA out of Costa Rica.

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