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6 April 2011 - 11:52pm

English Harbour Stepping It Up

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I really only play at High Noon Casino and English Harbour, and I am really quite a small player who withdraws once I get to a hundred or so dollars. With this in mind, I have seen something within the past two months change in terms of the interface at English Harbour. It seems that their deposit/withdrawal system has been improved on and is a lot cleaner and easier to use.

Adding to this, my withdrawal request for a physical check was completed and sent out (so it says on the interface) in under 48 hours and I didn't see the steep $35 processing fee for my check in the transaction either! I don't want everyone to think I am blindly in love with this casino but I have been very happy with my experience there (I know I have touted their virtues in posts before) and am inclined to much more of my gaming there with these recent improvements.

Anyone else notice this, or have I been unintentionally huffing the wacky tobacci again? Smile

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7 April 2011 - 12:43am
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Dunno about the whacky tobaccy Cigarette

but I play blackjack and tournaments there a bit as the software is so quick you can fly through the hands and I've always found them to pay reasonably fast, within a couple of days at most.

But of course I normally use Neteller as I am not in the U.S, so I can't attest to the speed of their cheques.

So anyway I logged in to check out the new cashier and the Neteller button is gone! Good for you, bad for me I guess!

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7 April 2011 - 12:48am
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I am really cautious about using any casino's electronic methods of payment; call me paranoid. I am sorry to see that Neteller is gone, but hopefully you can use another method of payment! I have to agree on the speed of the black jack games. I have gone through LOTS of hands very quickly in a tourney and frequently have to slow myself down when I play for straight money.

One thing that does bug me though is the red, yellow, and green lights on a couple of the black jack variants...that just pisses me off when the dealer has 21 and it beeps red. GRR.

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7 April 2011 - 6:08am
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Its no big deal, more surprising than anything. I can use Moneybookers or Click2Pay instead. I haven't actually withdrawn or deposited from there in ages. I win some, lose some, play tournaments and win some back and I always seem to have between $70 and $120 in my account.

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