Your biggest Wins?

bolle72

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Considering all the negatives I tend to hear about online casinos ( most well deserved), I'd love to hear about wins! The biggest I ever won was $500 at an online casino. I'd love to hear about your biggest win ( and paid) and what casino it was at. :D
 
bolle72 said:
Considering all the negatives I tend to hear about online casinos ( most well deserved), I'd love to hear about wins! The biggest I ever won was $500 at an online casino. I'd love to hear about your biggest win ( and paid) and what casino it was at. :D

biggest win was somewhere about $2400.
Biggest loss (casino screwed me out of money) was around $1800 in unpaid winnings from a Royal Flush. There's another casino right now that is trying to screw me out of $1300 in winnings (The Dude is on it though :> ). Biggest loss in a day without the casino pulling fast ones on me I think was around $1500 (bad, bad luck at Pontoon at a few RTGs).
 
gamblinboi said:
biggest win was somewhere about $2400.
Biggest loss (casino screwed me out of money) was around $1800 in unpaid winnings from a Royal Flush. There's another casino right now that is trying to screw me out of $1300 in winnings (The Dude is on it though :> ). Biggest loss in a day without the casino pulling fast ones on me I think was around $1500 (bad, bad luck at Pontoon at a few RTGs).

Despite only playing slots once in a blue moon, I once hit 1250 (from 1.25 on Jackpot's Express - MG) and once hit $1250 (from $1.25 on the RTG Red, White Blue Game - not sure of it's proper name).

Biggest win was in a few sessions where I turned $110 into $12,000 playing BJ at an RTG but got greedy and returned $8000 of it... still cashed in the near-$4000 profit though....

Oh.. and I once hit Major Millions for $800 - again a surprise as, like I say, I throw cash at slots about twice a year!

Ben.

P.S. I did hit a Royal Flush once at MG power poker JoB but was in PLAY MODE!
 
My biggest single session win was a $7,200 profit playing blackjack, on an initial investment of $300. It actually didn't take that long to build it up -- I was plumb stupid lucky.

As for losses, the initial post does not specifically demand a discussion of these, so I'll rest on my right to remain silent. Moreover, disclosure here might well undermine my ability to assert to my spouse that I have never actually lost -- a position that I have maintained, over time, through argumentative gymnastics that would cause you logicians out there to shed tears of laughter.
 
$90,000+ Can you guess which casino? And they paid quickly. Boy, I wish they would run that promotion again :)
 
I currently have 4305 in approved withdrawals from USAcasino and 11800 in my balance all accumulated over 2 weeks playing BJ. Do you think I should be prepared for any grief from them when I withdraw the rest?
 
bolle72 said:
Considering all the negatives I tend to hear about online casinos ( most well deserved), I'd love to hear about wins! The biggest I ever won was $500 at an online casino. I'd love to hear about your biggest win ( and paid) and what casino it was at. :D

My biggest payout was $75 bucks just this past Sunday morning 2/8/04... It was my first ever as an online player, and only cost me several hundred bucks of play to get it.

Now for many of you, I've posted enough on Casinomeister that you know that I represent myself as an idiot n00b, and indeed I am.

I entered into the online gaming world in Jan 04 with bonus stars in my eyes but thanks to the forum postings and repeated warnings by the moderators to read the "terms and conditions" I've blown some money and learned a lot this past month.

Guys, as a n00b I have to give hats off to Captain Cooks. Being a new player, Captain Cook's has a good introductory bonus, and I took them up on it. Much to my chagrin, I burned through the Captain's bonus and a few other casino bonuses as well.

Since then, I've tried Captain's with no bonus. The freedom of no bonus burden is wonderful. Somehow Sunday morning, on one of the $20s I slapped down, I crawled myself into a $75 balance. Hungry for my first payout ever, I went through the cashout process. I was shocked this Tuesday morning when my Firepay account reflected a $75 credit, barely 48 hours after my cashout. Granted, they required the minimal email paperwork for a first time cashout but it couldnt be any more intrusive than the cameras, microphones and intrusiveness that we find at a land based casino.

Hats off to my first payoff!
 
biggest win was over a year ago on Grand Banks. I hit a $4000 Royal three days in a row. Because of their slow payout I used up one of them and never will play their again. More recently on Golden Tiger I hit a $4000 Royal then went to Treasure Nile and won a $1500 spin and two $500 spins. But alas only a couple $2000 Royals last month. I am on a terrible run this month...wish me luck because I won't let a little losing stop me. Just to let new people know, I only deposit $50 to $100 at a time. You don't have to put a lot in to get on a good roll. Have a win limit and a loss limit and you should not get hurt too bad. Oh, and listen to Casinomeister, only go to the reputable casinos. I only play on Microgaming sites now. Good luck to everyone :)
 
turned 200 to 21000 usd
mostly winnings on roulette
but casinoking.com are trying to screw me from my winnings !
hav pitched a bitch hoping to get my money!
you can se my thread in the complaints forum
regards jimmy
 
I have been getting better and better at USAcasino over the past month playing blackjack. They have continued to pay out as well. So far I have collected 24300 and still have 11500 left. The process is slow and the customer service reps are not very friendly, but as long as they play fair then I'll keep playing there.
 
My biggest win at one single casino was 3k at Planet Luck - 2k playing BJ and a few spins in slots brought me another 1500. Of course, being me, I had to piss away 500 before I quit :) I highly recommend them. Not only did I win big (for me anyway) but the money was in my Neteller account w/in 20 minutes!! It was truly awesome, damn near religious LOL
 
Well, looks like the winning streak at USAcasino has come to an end. I know we don't like to believe that Casino's don't alter the cards, but after a MAJOR loosing streak in BJ I withdrew the remainder of my money and am walking away with 30300 after 1 month of play. I don't think they wanted me playing their anyway.

Off to Intercasino!
 
maliboo said:
Well, looks like the winning streak at USAcasino has come to an end. I know we don't like to believe that Casino's don't alter the cards, but after a MAJOR loosing streak in BJ I withdrew the remainder of my money and am walking away with 30300 after 1 month of play. I don't think they wanted me playing their anyway.

Off to Intercasino!

How much did you start with??
 
My biggest win happened a couple of weeks ago at Intercasino - I hit a straight flush at Casino Stud poker table - I was also playing into the Jackpot kitty and had only been playing for 3 hands and the next thing I knew there was a Congratulations banner telling me I had won $18000....the next 2 weeks were horrible whilst waiting for the payout to be cleared -
But it has now and i'm booked to go to Vegas in Early may to see if I can get really lucky.....
 
Had some nice wins, still way behind

I have had some nice wins, including a $4000 hit on Caribbean Stud Poker and $7000 on Diamond Mine Deluxe slot, but I am horrible about taking it out. I have invariably put most of it right back in. I am currently still way in the hole, but am learning rapidly.

I have a question out there for all of you knowledgeable ones: some of the casinos list each day their "biggest payouts" of the last day, last week, etc. Is there any place to verify that any of those actually happened? Most of these at Riverbelle, for instance, are in the $5000 to $20,000 everyay - about 6 or 7 of them. Seems like a lot of payout, and it is often the same names - do these players drop tens of thousands of dollars to get these payouts?

Thanks
 
I wondered that too...about seeing the same names on the winners pages of various casinos. My only thought is that if I won ALOT of $$$ (would have to be over 10K) I would up my bet and over time would probably hit somthing else really big. If you could keep it up I could understand seeing the same names over and over again. But alas I have to play small and hope for the big one!
 
lamornababe said:
But it has now and i'm booked to go to Vegas in Early may to see if I can get really lucky.....

I wouldn't recommend this...
I won the Wowpot Jackpot last September at Vegas Villa worth about 6,700$ Of course I got greedy and cashed out only 5,800$. Anyway, what I did was take an unpaid leave from work for me and my girlfriend and away we went to Vegas. Needless to say, MGM Grand finally collected all my winnings :rolleyes:
 
Its money I didnt have before - and a chance to do something i never could have afforded .
I want to go on the holiday of a lifetime with $5000 to spend in 6 days - not all of it at the tables....


So come on folks - im from the UK - what should I do when go to Las Vegas?????

(all sensible ideas welcome)
 
toofast4u said:
How much did you start with??
Over the time I deposited about $5000. That was winning and withdrawing and not having enough to fall back on so I would deposit some more.

About the casino being fixed... It has to be true. I kicked ass for 4 to 5 weeks and all of a sudden I was loosing huge. You know the types of hands where no matter what you do in blackjack (hit or stay) you would loose anyway.

I've overstayed my welcome at USAcasino and am shopping around for a new one.
 
After visiting there a couple of times, I can recommend this. I found that I had sensory overload after a few days and was pretty sick of vegas. I took a guided tour of the Hoover Dam. It was a nice getaway and a fascinating tour of an engineering masterpiece. I highly recommend it! Another thing would be an air tour of the Grand Canyon. Its right nearby and truly magnificent.

lamornababe said:
Its money I didnt have before - and a chance to do something i never could have afforded .
I want to go on the holiday of a lifetime with $5000 to spend in 6 days - not all of it at the tables....


So come on folks - im from the UK - what should I do when go to Las Vegas?????

(all sensible ideas welcome)
 
So come on folks - im from the UK - what should I do when go to Las Vegas?????

Well, as a fellow Brit, I'd stay at the Bellagio or Venetian for sheer indulgance. Go see at least one of the big shows - be it Cirque Du Soleil or whatever. Try to be there when a fight is on if you can.
Go to the Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon by helicopter and possibly Death Valley. Area 51 is another option, but its nothing special.

Enjoy the nightlife and the buffets.

Then, for the remaining 3 days, catch a flight to San Francisco and enjoy :)
 
Musichall 8000$ royal (microgaming) 500$ deposit.
Golden reef 4000$ royal (microgaming) 100$ deposit.
Alljackpots 4of kind on cyberstudpoker paid out 2000$. 20$ deposit
Inetbet 2000$ slots win on 50$ deposit.

Here are some of my wins. Glad i hit those big wins before goldenreef group changed to that awful bonus account system.

-kavaman
 

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