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Paddy power Live Casino

  • 30-08-2013 10:56pm
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 98 ✭✭ Hero777


    Whats your opinion on this?

    Has anyone availed of the 5 euro free bet?


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  • Site Banned Posts: 880 whiteshorts


    If it's Free no conditions, go for it, you have nothing to lose doing it.
    I've played a few bookie casino sites over the last year and 1 thing I have noticed is a lot of them use the same casino.
    Probably saves on costs.
    A lot of bookies give FREE bets to get you into their Casino but be warned a lot of the higher FREE bet offers have very high rollovers to get your money out (around 30 times the offer), so if it was a €200 Free bet it would have to be played for €6,000 before you can withdraw it!


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,907 ✭✭✭ greenman09


    I think this pp offer was 100 times rollover or something.


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,546 ✭✭✭✭ okidoki987


    Got offered a £200 Bonus from an Online Casino, only problem was I needed to stake £8,000 to get it and only had 30 days to do it.
    However if you only played the roulette or other Casino Live tables (i.e. not slot machines or bingo), it reuired a stake of £32,000 to receive the £200 bonus, again within 30 days :eek::eek::eek:.
    That's a rollover of 160 times


  • Registered Users Posts: 98 ✭✭ Hero777


    Yeah it's a real gimmic, PP is 750 stake to be able to withdraw anything.

    Messed around with it on Friday night, got it up to 150, but was still no where near the stake level to be able to withdraw, lost it all.

    Refuse to put any of my own money into it.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 812 clickerquicklic


    There is alot of money to be made from casino bonuses but they require a specific staking system , also they can be very high varinance, most places dont let you use roulette because of the relatively low house edge. they want you to play slots. if you get a 100% bonus to an amount free you want to first work out how much you expect to lose on slots doing the wagering , you can find typical slot house edge at sites like thepogg . you then want to use a 2 tier system first leverage your bonus by going to roulette and puttting your whole amount on bonus and deposit on 1 or 2 numbers on roulette table if you win then you should have enough cushion to take you through the wagering requirement and come out in profit.


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  • Posts: 0 [Deleted User]


    On the free E5 offer.

    I've been availing of this for months now.

    There's no conditions to withdrawing it(maybe the lad above is referring to the deposit offers you get) either.

    Basically I get it every 2/3 weeks, the only time I play the Live Casino is when I get the offer.
    I put my E5 in, go into Roulette and stake the E5 on Red/Black/High/Low.

    If I win, I have E15.... If I lose I still have my E5 which I can then just use in my sports book if I please.

    If I win, I always withdraw E10 immediately and sports bet the extra E5.

    I think the trick is to NOT play the casino more than once to get added to the mailing list, and check the emails reg between Tues-Wed as the offer expires quickly.
    Though I noticed recently when I had no money to debit I was getting the offer each week till I used it again.

    Can't complain about a free shot at winning E10 every few weeks, especially if you're on a low income.


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