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5 January 2012 - 12:50pm

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I was playing some games a Club Usa Casino yesterday. The play was so slow that I didn't want to play.

I know at some casinos you can adjust the quality of play and I have done that. How do I adjust the speed of play when there are no controls to make it go faster. There would be no reason for me to deposit at this casino for a tournament because the play is just too slow. Anyone have any advice?

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6 January 2012 - 5:01am
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Hmmm....I have never had that problem, but I will be anxious to hear what others say about this.

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9 January 2012 - 1:26am
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That is usually a sign that the casino is experiencing lots of traffic. If its a tournament that only runs for a short time, and especially if its a freeroll, there's a good chance that thousands of people are all trying to get in as many spins as possible in the allocated time.

If possible, try not to play tournaments the minute they start unless you have to. Lets say the tournament runs for 3 hours - play it in the middle or last hour as the busiest times are usually right at the start and the end. If its a really short tournament though you may not have the luxury of choosing when to play.

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9 January 2012 - 1:34am
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CL-Ed wrote:

That is usually a sign that the casino is experiencing lots of traffic. If its a tournament that only runs for a short time, and especially if its a freeroll, there's a good chance that thousands of people are all trying to get in as many spins as possible in the allocated time.

If possible, try not to play tournaments the minute they start unless you have to. Lets say the tournament runs for 3 hours - play it in the middle or last hour as the busiest times are usually right at the start and the end. If its a really short tournament though you may not have the luxury of choosing when to play.

Good insight Cled. Smile I have had on occasion, a message that says something like...looks like your play is slow and somehow they update it and make it play better. I have been back to that casino since and have not had that problem so I believe you are correct in what was probably happening.

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