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I've heard a lot of horrer stories about casinos not wanting to pay out. If you win in small increments on a regular basis, like maybe $50-$75 a day, will casinos in general not want to pay after a while?
At first choose trustful casino before depositing money. Find one from Casino Listings top rated for ex. And i am pretty sure that these casinos would pay you 50-75 with no problem every day(if they are fast paying casinos). But some of casinos has withdrawal rules such a limited payouts number per week or month and you can be charged with fee for every extra payout.
I think that they will probably block you from all the match bonuses, free spins, cashbacks and some other occasional free bonuses, firstly, if you deposit small money and win a lot of times like daily net win of $100 for 200 times or more 🙂
Then, they might start to ask you to submit the documents again for security check, or they will just simply hold your withdrawal for a longer period... maybe gradually longer...
For the good(?) casinos, this could be the last step for them to frustrate you from coming and winning more...
They will eventually pay you in the end.
But, for the rogue casinos, they will just block your account even for small wins...
Just my guess.
Coolsongs, dont scare that guy:) First of all it's not possible to win every day and doesnt matter what game you are playing.
Depends on the casino , A lot of Real Time Gaming Casinos are famous for pulling moves that Coolsongs has mentioned , Always do your homework on a casino before depositing at one like reading up on reviews on sites like this and ask players in the forums what their experience with the casino you want play at are like
A decent casino won't generally block you if you're winning too much, unless of course you're breaking the rules of the terms. The key is finding a casino that isn't stingy on terms and doesn't have something stupid in there about you changing bet size or how you bet.
Coolsongss is right though, you're far more likely to be restricted on bonuses if you're successful rather than being outright banned, especially if you chose a good casino.
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