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« Back to Casinos 17/08/2022 at 13:17 0 0 #12981 Weemonk23
Posts: 1148 Top Contributor

LVC have updated their T&C's. Don't know how much is new but I had a read and found these to be interesting

Prohibited actions:

Picked these out. I interpret some of this as:

- you can't close a game for a bonus hunt or to come back to the bonus nor refresh whilst the screen in play.

- you have to be careful what stake you play at because if you play at 20p on real cash and jump to £5 on bonus money this would be prohibited

- Chris going to a quid on Davey and hitting a big one and then dropping back to 20p

I may be wrong on interpretation. Please correct me if so.

Davey ate my hamster
17/08/2022 at 13:41 0 0 #12982 Pilo
Posts: 221 Developer

What heck? some of these are... like the only fun things left to do

I believe they are all to stop bonus abuse though.
Dont see why some of them matter, but I dont run a casino...

Placing large bets, winning, then reducing bet size... what the heck -- isnt that normal?

17/08/2022 at 14:25 0 0 #12983 shakinaces
Posts: 169 User

TBF I'd expect those are just to give themselves wiggle room against professional bonus takers, hitting up £1-£2 spins on raw cash, cashing out as soon as they double up or reverting to £5 spins as soon as they hit bonus funds and then considering leaving the computer autoclicking on 20p if they hit a big enough win to guarantee a cashout post-wagering.

I'd be amazed if any casino pulled out those rules for someone genuinely just having a gamble like lowstakesslots do - particularly as they'd clearly be gambling more than the bare minimum before they took out whatever money they could.

17/08/2022 at 17:55 0 0 #12989 pokersmasher
Posts: 643 Top Contributor

 shakinaces  I possibly disagree with this as there are a number of players who see, quite legitimately, that the only realistic opportunity to beat the wagering is to play the maximum stake permitted and hope for a big base win or a bonus top seed any attempt to meet the wagering requirements.

The odds of beating the wagering on a 40p stake to get through £4000-£5000 of wagering are gigantic.  That the casino seeks to further reduce the possibility of a cashout through these rules is pretty poor although i do agree that they may only use these terms against bonus abusers. I just do not like that such a mechanic exists to allege bonus abuse where a player using this strategy hits an absolute monster and the casino says "refer to the terms"

All the world's a stage and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.
17/08/2022 at 18:59 0 1 #12991 Jimbocasino
Posts: 791 Den Owner

I've messaged them regarding this, I'll see just what effects it will have for GD players 

23/08/2022 at 17:02 0 0 #13035 Weemonk23
Posts: 1148 Top Contributor

Did you get a response  Jimbocasino ? Any word on the bonus caps as well? 

Davey ate my hamster
24/08/2022 at 10:25 0 0 #13039 Jimbocasino
Posts: 791 Den Owner

Working on it & you mean the 3x Cap? that should still be removed for the GD lot

24/08/2022 at 12:31 0 0 #13040 Weemonk23
Posts: 1148 Top Contributor

All further caps from bonuses. I got an email today giving an offer with a 4x cap. Never taking it unless the cap is off

Davey ate my hamster
24/08/2022 at 14:57 0 0 #13041 Jimbocasino
Posts: 791 Den Owner

Yeah we're working on making all bonuses offered no cap, can be a timeless process wearing them down but we are making progress with both the bonuses & the RTP improving as it has on many of the slots already

doing my best :-)

02/02/2023 at 11:07 0 0 #14267 HameBelly
Posts: 1 User

I don't like these changes. The changes are never good in casinos, they're only good for owners. I don't like this strange paying policy; they're just trying to charge more for nothing.

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