Dinosaur
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November 2nd, 2022 at 8:14:39 AM permalink
Need some advice.

Where I'm from, most sites offer a matched deposit bonus, up to $5000.(wagering requirements is between 20x / 25 x ). You get the picture, deposit $5000, they match $5000 = $10,000 x 25 =$250,000 wagering required.

I've actually managed to complete and withdraw the amount. But I almost lost it during the process.

I played roulette, bet on all street bets totaling $288.
I was playing on Evo speed auto roulette, it spins about 180 per hour, so I was able to complete in 6 hours.

I even tried 2 accounts, so one will bet on red and the other on black. I played the "Pass" and "Don't Pass" too, but it was taking too much time.

But I would like something more concrete and can be done in 24 hours (not the sites requirements tho).

Not forgetting to mention, I've tried it all, blackjack, sic bo, baccarat, dragon tiger they all kinda seem risky.
JackSpade
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November 2nd, 2022 at 8:36:45 AM permalink
Banker bet on baccarat has a lower edge and lower volatility than red/black on roulette. Start at the minimum, increase bet by 1 unit after any loss until you get a win, then restart at the minimum. It can be tedious to execute but should keep your bankroll fairly steady.
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November 2nd, 2022 at 1:54:52 PM permalink
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November 2nd, 2022 at 1:54:53 PM permalink
Quote: Dinosaur

Need some advice.

Where I'm from, most sites offer a matched deposit bonus, up to $5000.(wagering requirements is between 20x / 25 x ). You get the picture, deposit $5000, they match $5000 = $10,000 x 25 =$250,000 wagering required. (snip)
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First off, make sure you pick a game you can play fairly well/quickly, with a low house edge (so all "normal " forms of roulette and sic bo, should not be a consideration^^^).

^^^: ... and anything with a house edge greater than or equal to 2%, when wagering $10k x 25 (This figure assumes that my understanding of what a "matched deposit bonus*** " is).
***: Is the "deposit bonus" a "cashable one" see link here or something else?

Also, if you can play basic strategy well enough, blackjack is a fine choice too (I know you said something like "it seems kinda risky").

The other good thing about blackjack is that you can spread to more than one box, and you can "safely " bet more overall each round### .

###: By this I mean betting $100 on one box is about as "safe" as betting $150 on two boxes ($75 each box) or $180 on three boxes ($60 each box).
Dinosaur
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November 2nd, 2022 at 6:17:08 PM permalink
Yes, it is a cashable bonus.

My first go-to game was blackjack due to odds, but I was having dealt a lot of bad hands, which wiped me out once.

I played with almost perfect basic strategy, even played with a manual card counting app. Still, it was considered "risky".

As for my betting, I keep it lower than $400 in overall bets.

Thanks for that link to the website, it has some good insights.
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November 2nd, 2022 at 7:54:33 PM permalink
Quote: Dinosaur

Need some advice.

Where I'm from, most sites offer a matched deposit bonus, up to $5000.(wagering requirements is between 20x / 25 x ). You get the picture, deposit $5000, they match $5000 = $10,000 x 25 =$250,000 wagering required.

I've actually managed to complete and withdraw the amount. But I almost lost it during the process.

I played roulette, bet on all street bets totaling $288.
I was playing on Evo speed auto roulette, it spins about 180 per hour, so I was able to complete in 6 hours.

I even tried 2 accounts, so one will bet on red and the other on black. I played the "Pass" and "Don't Pass" too, but it was taking too much time.

But I would like something more concrete and can be done in 24 hours (not the sites requirements tho).

Not forgetting to mention, I've tried it all, blackjack, sic bo, baccarat, dragon tiger they all kinda seem risky.
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What happens if you lose all your money before you complete the WRs, Do the WRs carry over? If not, a bet big win big or go home strategy might be your best value(assuming you will get future offers.)

Is that single or double-zero roulette? You certainly can't use off-setting wagers on roulette if you want to profit.
bet big win big or go home strategy on roulette would be an option.

Is it playable on VP?
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
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November 2nd, 2022 at 8:50:48 PM permalink
This is copied from Bovada it is typical rollover contributions

Slots, Specialty Games (unless stated otherwise) 100%
Table Games (unless stated otherwise) 20%
Video Poker (all types) & Blackjack (unless stated otherwise), Reels and Wheels XL 10%
Single Deck & Double Deck Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat 5%
Craps, Live Dealer (all types), Hot Drop Jackpots (all games), Gold Rush Gus, ThunderCrash 0%

Are you saying this Casino lets you play Blackjack with a 100% Contribution?
Dinosaur
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November 2nd, 2022 at 9:41:36 PM permalink
No, it's doesn't carry over. The thing is, I just wanna clear the WRs with minimum loss since I'm already in profit when they matched my deposit. It's a plus point if I profit.

It's a single zero roulette. As mentioned, I just wanna find the best way possible to clear the WRs. Offsetting bets are the best I can think off. But it obviously can't be opposite bets.

Sorry but what's VP? 😅
Dinosaur
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November 2nd, 2022 at 9:49:41 PM permalink
Sorry I'm not from America, so I don't quite understand what you mean when you say 100% contribution.

If what you're referring to is, 100% contribution towards the wagering requirements, then yes, it's counted as so. All table games are 100%.

They have different categories for bonus.
(Casino)
Bonus Wagering Requirement
90% up to $50 10x (Deposit + Bonus)
100% up to $500 15x (Deposit + Bonus)
110% up to $5,000 25x (Deposit + Bonus)

(Slots)
100% up to $50 6x (Deposit + Bonus)
110% up to $500 12x (Deposit + Bonus)
120% up to $5,000 18x (Deposit + Bonus)
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November 2nd, 2022 at 11:50:24 PM permalink
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Sorry but what's VP? 😅
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Video Poker. 😏

Welcome to the forum.
May the cards fall in your favor.

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