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Rogue
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Wagering a bonus

Postby Rogue » Tue Nov 22, 2016 11:36 pm

Hi there,

I'm currently wagering a bonus with one of the top rated casinos. I spin at 50p, if I hit a drought I increase this to a pound. When I hit a reasonable win, I reduce the bet to 50p. I then increase the bet to a pound again after the next 'drought'.

Do you think this would be considered bonus abuse?
I wouldn't go any higher than a pound, and I probably wouldn't go lower than 50p now either.

I'm also sticking to one game throughout. There's nothing specific in the t&cs apart from the usual management decision on whether activity constitutes bonus abuse.

Just wondered what everyone thought.

Thanks!
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thePOGG
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Re: Wagering a bonus

Postby thePOGG » Wed Nov 23, 2016 7:41 am

Hi Rogue,

If you're playing with a top rated casino (at this site) and there's nothing specific in the terms and conditions prohibiting what you're doing I'd be pretty stunned if you had any difficulties and would certainly want to speak to the operator if you did. The only concern I'd have is if you were placing the £1 stake on a single line as several casinos do limit the max you can bet on one line of a slots game to 50p.

Hope that helps!

TP
Rogue
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Re: Wagering a bonus

Postby Rogue » Wed Nov 23, 2016 9:52 am

Hi! Thanks for your reply. No, certainly not £1 a line (I wish!). Handy to know. Thanks again.

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