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Ode to US Online Casino Gamblers: Where to Win Big This Fourth of July

Sunday, July 4th, 2010
Proof "that our flag was still there" and that U.S. citizens are still gambling online

Proof "that our flag was still there" and that U.S. citizens are still gambling online

Happy Fourth of July! In true spirit of this holiday, let us celebrate U.S. online gamblers. Since the American government doesn’t seem to care about protecting and guiding their citizens who, no doubt, are going to continue gambling online regardless of anti-online gambling legislation, Online Casino Suite is stepping up to the plate with patriotic flare!

That said, let’s talk some facts, shall we? For American gamblers in search of large jackpots to be won online, there are not as many options as there once was in the good ‘ol days (circa pre-2005) when the likes of Microgaming, Playtech and Cryptologic were in the U.S. market. But while these top-shelf, white label software developers certainly carry a large load of money to be won at progressive jackpot games, the fact of the matter is that – being open to the global online gambling market – there are more players vying for said progressive jackpots.

In other words, the greater the jackpot, the more competition. It’s the same concept as online casino slots tournaments – the more people participating, the greater the amount of guaranteed winnings. And the more the guaranteed winnings, well, the more players will keep signing up to play. In essence, it’s the snowball effect. Granted, winning a large progressive jackpot is contingent on a number of factors, the greatest of which is making a max bet and clicking the mouse at the precise millisecond at which the RNG decides to dish out the perfect combination of winning symbols.

The bottom line is that with the big-three aforementioned software developers bowing out of the U.S. market, it could be fathomed that U.S. players would no longer have any good options to win big at progressive jackpot networks. The only problem (well, not necessarily a problem) is that U.S. players were not swayed by the protectionist hankerings of their government (or the select few Bush puppets who snuck the UIGEA in as an attachment to a Port Security bill), and so continued to gamble on the Web at online casinos remaining open to U.S. players. As a result, the progressive jackpot networks at these online casinos practically blew up ten fold.

Real Time Gaming Software undoubtedly benefited the most from this consolidation of progressive jackpots. With most RTG powered online casinos open to the U.S. market, and many (not all) RTG casinos in good standing with players, American’s who were not already playing at RTG casinos began to frequent those RTG sites with solid reputations. Rushmore Casino profited immensely from this change, while Go Casino and the EH Gaming Ventures group further expanded their progressive network.

In fact, Go Casino and the Vegas Technology group (English Harbour, Millionaire, VIP Slots) benefited so much from this flow of traffic, they were able to host daily casino game tournaments guaranteeing hundreds of thousands in winnings every month. Naturally, their progressive jackpot networks benefited as well.

Go Casino, which shares jackpots with Online Vegas Casino and Crazy Slots Casino, now has a progressive jackpot tally worth over $2,000,000 and monthly tournament winnings worth over $400,000. The EH Gaming Ventures group of online casinos also has a hefty progressive jackpot tally and is currently hosting their Summer Slots Series tournament, guaranteeing over $500,000 in winnings.

As for Rushmore and sister online casino, Cherry Red, they have a progressive jackpot now worth almost $4 million. “Jackpot Pinatas” has reached the $1.6 million mark, “Aztec Millions” is fittingly worth over $1.2 million, and the combined total of “Shopping Spree” and “Mid-Life Crises” video slots have surpassed the $1 million mark.

Two other US facing software developers/online casinos with progressive jackpots worth mentioning are Top Game and Rival Gaming. Although smaller than Real Time Gaming, they have steadily been growing over the last five years. However, as with RTG, not all online casino operators using Rival and Top Game should be trusted. Many of them are based in jurisdictions where regulation does not take place, and although not necessarily intending to rip people off, simply do not have the experience necessary to keep an online casino afloat.

Where to turn to then? Well, not to toot our own horn or anything (ok fine, we’re tooting) but here at Online Casino Suite, we have taken great care in listing only those RTG, Rival, Vegas Tech and Top Game powered online casinos that have the experience and track records befitting for a recommendation. Having a personal relationship with the owners (we get to know them before granting a listing), we are very confident you will get a safe and fair bet at all of the online casinos listed on our online casino reviews page. Furthermore, if a dispute were to arise, we have direct channels for contacting the right people in charge.

In conclusion, this Fourth of July, celebrate your own rights as an American citizen and get educated about gambling online with OCS. We are here to answer any questions, and as always, ready to help in any way we can.

Charting the Waters of USA Facing Online Casinos: The Lowdown on What to Expect

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Online gambling in the USA. Take note, it’s a tricky thing. And apparently, it’s not getting less tricky. Now, before I scare you away from gambling at a U.S. facing online casino, let me just say that “tricky” doesn’t necessarily mean impossible. Nor does it mean unsafe or unfair. Let’s face it – until the U.S. government gets its act together, Americans must simply accept the fact that there are far fewer options when making a wager online.

Furthermore, the processing of funds used for online casino gambling is no easy matter either. What exactly does that mean? Well, for the most part, it means that there are fewer deposit options and that withdrawals tend to take longer to process. It also means that if you happen to not get your money, i.e. duped by an unscrupulous online casino operator, there simply is no legal recourse to get your entitled funds.

That said, U.S. residents who just have to get their gambling fix online (which I really can’t criticize considering the odds are far better online than they are at a good ‘ol American land-based casino), need to use caution when surfing the waters of U.S. facing online casinos.

Chiefly, there are three software developers that permit their online casino licensees to accept U.S. wagers. They are Real Time Gaming, Vegas Technology and Rival Gaming. The big dogs – Microgaming, Playtech and Cryptologic – backed out of the U.S. market a long time ago (to their chagrin), while the smaller aforementioned outfits simply left it up to individual operators to choose for themselves whether or not to pursue the lucrative U.S. market.

The only problem is that NOT all of the online casino operators using these software providers are to be trusted. Not that they are all crooks (although some very likely are), the problem is that anybody with a fair amount of money to put down can open an online casino. Whether or not they can maintain the operation of an online casino without going bankrupt is another matter.

This is what differentiates a white label online casino from…well, a non-white label online casino. Stay tuned for future blog posts here at OCS for more clarification about this and how you can arm yourself with the knowledge to make safe decisions regarding which online casinos to play and which to avoid. In the meantime, please check out our best online casinos page for a shortlist of what OCS and many players consider to be the best online casinos accepting U.S. players. We have done the due diligence researching all of these sites, and their track records speak for themselves.

Millionaire Online Casino Dishing Out More Ways to Redeem Comp Points

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Just one of the many comp prizes available this month at Millionaire Casino

Just one of the many comp prizes available this month at Millionaire Casino

Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? There’s all kinds of promotions going on at Millionaire Casino right now. While their weekly 75% reload bonus is available right now as this goes to publication (no worries if you missed it – you can claim it next week, and the next week, and the next week…you get the point), the promotion I would like to touch upon currently is the one, which in essence, is actually taking place every day.

Introducing Millionaire Casino’s Loyalty Program. As is the case at just about every other online casino in business today, Millionaire Casino gives out comp points, aka loyalty points, for every real money wager made. However, rather than just giving out bonus conversions for comp points, Millionaire let’s players use comp points to enter special sweepstakes.

Most popular with returning players is the weekly $50 draw and monthly $500 sweepstakes draw. The program works just like any rewards system. Once you earn enough comp points, simply visit the promotions page to enter, and the comp points will be automatically deducted out of your account. In the case of the weekly $50 draw, it costs just 250 loyalty points for an entry. There’s no limit on the number of entry’s, so don’t be afraid to use as many comp points as you like.

Or, you could save up and partition your comp points for the monthly draw, which as mentioned, is worth $500. Although you might expect to pay ten times the loyalty points to enter the monthly draw (considering it is 10 times the weekly prize amount), amazingly enough, one entry only costs just 500 loyalty points.

Of course, if you haven’t opened a real money account at Millionaire Casino just yet, you’ll first have to open an account and partake in some wagers in order to start earning comp points. Depending on VIP level and the casino games being wagered on, earned comp points can range from 5 to 38 for every $10 wagered. Don’t quote me on the math, but at a minimum, it would roughly take $450 in wagers to earn enough comp points for the weekly $50 draw. Needless to say, if you play your cards right – especially if you get lucky as well – making $450 in wagers is no huge feat.

For current players or those who jump on the bandwagon right this very moment, June 19th is the cutoff for purchasing entries into the current weekly sweepstakes, while the cutoff for the monthly sweepstakes draw at Millionaire online casino is June 30, 2010. Also, you can use your comp points to buy merchandise ranging from camcorders to T-shirts. In fact, there is also a sweepstakes draw taking place this month for a backyard grill! It’s only five-hundred points to enter, so if you have a tinkling for some barbecue this Summer, go for it!

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Hearing to be Held in House Committee Regarding Taxation of Online Gambling

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Is regulating online gambling in the U.S. worth the tax revenue?

Is regulating online gambling in the U.S. worth the tax revenue?

In just two days, the United States House Committee on Ways and Means will be reviewing tax proposals to tax online gambling according to regulatory legislation yet to be passed into law. In fact, current legislative proposals have quite a long way to go before even the possibility of being passed into law becomes….well…a possibility. With the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) enforcement deadline fast approaching (June 1st), which was already postponed by nearly six months in December 2009, a more serious effort is now being taken to consider the prospects of regulating online gambling – most particularly, online casinos and poker rooms.

There is no denying the fact that legalizing online gambling would generate hefty amounts of tax revenue. However, just how much revenue is the question. And the better question is just how much at the cost of what? Being that the House Committee on Ways and Means has jurisdiction over taxation matters, the former question will be more closely examined than the latter at the Hearing on Tax Proposals Related to Legislation to Legalize Internet Gambling on Wednesday at 9:30 am.

Specifically, the Committee says it will be discussing revenue and tax figures resulting in the legalization of online gambling in the United States. Tax legislation has already been drawn up, as has a co-bill that would essentially overturn the UIGEA and give individual State governments the right to regulate on their accord. Overreaching regulatory legislation will trickle down from a Federal level, as will tax revenue between the Federal and State governments. Taking all of this into account, including the counter effects of the UIGEA and electronic eCommerce research undertaken by the Department of Treasury, will be the task at hand for the Committee.

The UK government, which passed legislation to regulate most forms of online gambling back in 2005-2006, could serve as a model and gauge for predicting potential tax revenue, although it isn’t known if the Committee plans to take an extensive look at the UK Gambling Act, let alone discuss it during deliberations.

What is most promising is that several Committee members have expressed sincere interest and even adamant hope in overturning the UIGEA and passing strict legislation that would effectively regulate online poker and online casinos, including Nevada Representative, Shelley Berkley.

Anyone interested in supporting the cause further can do so by visiting www.waysandmeans.house.gov and participate in the discussions by means of submitting a written record. In order to do so, send an email to wmsubmissions@mail.house.gov and include your name, organization, address, phone number, contact email address, and title of the hearing (Hearing on Tax Proposals Related to Legislation to Legalize Internet Gambling) in the body of the email. Attach your submission as a Word document. If all required information is provided, the statement may be included in the Table of Contents and printed in the hearing record.

US Favorite, Superior Online Casino Giving Away $50 for Limited Time

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

The No-Strings Attached $50 Bonus for a Limited Time at Superior Casino

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Superior Casino has long been an approved online casino here at OCS. Listed on our homepage, Rival Casinos page and main online casino reviews directory, Superior Casino has served our readers well over the years. See the OCS Superior Casino Review for a little background.

As can (and does) happen at all online casinos, player complaints sometimes surface – usually regarding a delayed payment. While in many cases, blame can be placed on the casino, oftentimes (especially during these current times leading up to the enforcement of the UIGEA), delayed payments can happen out of the control of the online casino.

Needless to say, many players jump the gun, and their complaints often paint an unfair picture of the online casino. That said, when the OCS Complaints section of our Player’s Forum was recently posted with a complaint about Superior Casino, we were pretty confident the player would get paid out (assuming they had not committed fraud or broken any of the terms and conditions). Indeed, a representative from Superior Casino handled the complaint with excellent customer service and the player was paid! It turned out to be a fixable processor issue.

In a way, you could say it was great advertising for Superior Casino. Heck, since their face was “on our desk” so to speak, we decided to go see what Superior Casino was up to and paid a visit to their “News” page. Herein is actually another perfect example of why Superior Casino is well….superior to most other online casinos. Unlike other casino “news” pages that either publish irrelevant information or are drastically outdated, the news at Superior Casino is timely, good news. In fact, their latest promotion (which I’m going to tell you about in just a second) – not to mention past offers from the prior week and months – has prompted us to make it a regular thing to check out the Superior Casino news page more often.

So, how does a $50 no-deposit bonus sound? I know what you’re thinking – What’s the catch? Like all no-deposit chips there are probably some hefty restrictions, right? Well, actually…not really. Would you actually believe there are no wagering conditions for this bonus?

Seriously folks, all you have to do is open a free eWalletXpress account with a minimum $25 deposit. Make sure your eWalletXpress account is synced with the Superior Casino cashier and simply email Superior’s casino host, Stephen Vaughn (host [at] superiorcasino.com), and inform him of your deposit. Allow up to 24 hours for the free $50 to be credited to your account, and you will then be able to do whatever you want with your $25 deposit and $50 bonus – even cash it out if you so please. You heard right – There are no wagering conditions to cash out this bonus! Oh, and if you’re worried about using eWalletXpress, don’t be. It is one of the safest eWallets available online, and has been around for many years. It’s even available for USA players.

There you have it. Not only is Superior Casino a great place for some excellent ongoing bonuses and promotions, they are one of the most US friendly online casinos out there. Heck, they even have a page dedicated just for USA players. And if you happen to be a fan of movies, Superior has a unique “Movie Trivia” page with special giveaways for anyone who can guess their latest  bit of movie clip trivia. Oh, and if you use Facebook (if not, what are your waiting for?), be sure to become a fan of Superior Casino on Facebook. By doing so, you will be eligible to take advantage of tons of special offers, ranging from no-deposit bonuses to free spins on the slots. Just last month (when Superior launched its Facebook page), they were giving away $35 chips to new fans!

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Millionaire Online Casino Giving Away 200% Bonus up to $500 Free Through Weekend

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Top U.S. facing online casino, Millionaire Casino, is giving away a special bonus now through Sunday, April 18th. Arguably better than their normal welcome bonus, and the welcome bonuses of most other online casinos at that, Millionaire is offering 200% up to $500 Free for real money depositors who use a credit card to fund their bankroll.

Millionaire’s normal bonus, albeit impressively large (worth up to $2,000 Free on the first deposit and $5,000 free over the course of three deposits), is a match bonus. In other words, it is worth 100% free, as opposed to the aforementioned 200% offer. Although it’s less free money overall, you get a greater percentage of free funds with less risk to your own money!

In terms of wager requirements, the limited time 200% bonus has a play-through of 20x with normal wager restrictions. As always, read the full bonus terms posted inside the cashier. If you can’t find them, contact customer service and have them emailed to you BEFORE claiming the bonus. Needless to say, this is the perfect bonus for play on the slot machines.

In order to claim the bonus, simply contact customer service (via the cashier section of the online casino software platform) and inform them of your deposit and request the special offer. As with all promotion claims, do not wager any funds until the bonus money has been received.

For anyone unfamiliar with Millionaire Casino, they are powered by cutting edge Vegas Technology Software that has been laboratory tested for RNG fairness by Certified Fair Gambling (CFG) – a California based testing house with credentials in the land-based and online gambling industries (jacobsongaming.com). Millionaire Casino is owned and managed by EH Gaming Ventures – one of the leading US facing online casino networks with licensing and regulatory credentials in Antigua & Barbuda.

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All Star Slots Faring Well Since Club World Casinos Buyout

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

It’s been nearly three weeks since the popular US facing online casino group, Club World Casinos, announced it had bought out the RTG-powered All Star Slots Casino, which is one of the Top Rated online casinos listed on the homepage of Online Casino Suite. However, the industry is still talking about the takeover, largely because it sheds some light on the inner working of Club World and the company’s current business model.

In a press release published through 24-7PressRelease, online gambling news and reviews site, Online Gambling Insider, discussed the buyout, offering a little more insight into the future of All Star Slots. And the future looks bright, my friends. Anyone familiar with the Club World Group knows they are a top-tier brand with an excellent reputation. Their longstanding Club USA Casino and the catchy Aladdin’s Gold Casino are shining examples of what will likely become of All Star Slots.

Club World has already given it’s magic touch to All Star Slots, updating the promotions page with Club World’s famous Daily Promotions, including $1,950 in Weekly Bonuses on top of All Star’s Welcome Bonus of 100% up to $787 Free ($10 more than Club Worlds normal welcome bonus). Granted, at the time this articles went to press, the All Star Slots website was running a little slow, and appeared to be catching a delay when transferring data from Club World’s servers. Most likely an integration snag, it will probably already be up-and-running at full speed by the time I finish typing this sentence.

Loyal players at All Star Slots have apparently been pleased with the changeover, despite some initial reservations. Considering this is the second time All Star Slots has changed management (they were the inaugural site launched under the new Wizard Gaming software platform), it’s understandable why some players were concerned. However, as Club World promised, the only thing that changed at All Star Slots was that there would be better promotions.

Looking back, the decision by All Star Slots to go to Real Time Gaming Software and then over to the Club World Group was a good one. Doing so has indeed insured All Star Slots would grow at a faster rate without incurring any dents in its good reputation along the way. How does that phrase go again? Oh ya, “You’re in good hands with All State”. How about, “You’re in good hands with Club World”. Read the OCS All Star Slots Casino Review for more information, or Visit All Star Slots directly.

Two New Online Casinos White-listed for Review at Online Casino Suite

Friday, February 19th, 2010

OCS is pleased to announce the latest online casinos to receive a green light for a listing and in-depth online casino review here amongst what we here at OCS and many seasoned online gamblers consider to be the best online casinos in business today. What is special about our latest addition (the name of which I’m not going to reveal until like the last paragraph of this blog post….A guy’s gotta stay true to his style, right?) is that not only does it offer a solid casino gaming package, it powers one of the most popular U.S. facing poker rooms in business today.

See, I’m giving you hints – you don’t need me to tell you the name. Alright already, here’s another one: Not only does this place have a solid casino poker offering, it is the namesake of one of the the most legendary and respected players in the professional poker circuit. Still not a clue? Okay, this guy has a fantastic nickname that rhymes with Lexus Molly, which just so happens to be the name of my ex-girlfriend. I’m just going to say it right now before you ask – I didn’t know “she” was a man, okay? Oh, you want to know about the name of the casino still?

In that case, for anyone more clueless than me who still doesn’t know what I’m talking about (don’t worry…I still don’t even know what I’m talking about), I am referring to the “Texas Dolly” himself, Doyle Brunson and his top-tier online gaming package – Doyle’s Casino and Doyle’s Room. No, not his bedroom silly – one of the fastest growing online poker rooms today.

Although two separate sites, after joining one or the other, you’re in the family, so to speak. And that, my friends – the concept of family – is one of the main reasons why OCS is excited to make Doyle’s Casino the latest addition to our online casino reviews directory. Now, don’t get me wrong, Doyle isn’t going to come bail you out of jail or let you borrow his car. However, his management promises they will be doing all they can to give you a top-notch online gambling experience.

Throw on top of that a solid lineup of bonuses, which include a 100% Slots and Specialty Games bonus up to $1,000 Free, new games bonus worth 150% up to $500 Free, unlimited reload bonuses worth 25% and a poker bonus worth 110% up to $550 Free, the best that RTG software has to offer, and you are looking at one of the best online casino poker sites in business today. The review will be published shortly, so be on the lookout for it! Oh, and you might have caught the title said “two new online casinos” as in more than one – Ya there is another – and it’s a biggie too. Stay tuned!

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Online Casino Suite Offers Exclusive 300% Bonuses at Pure Vegas Casino

Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Exclusive 300% Bonuses at Pure Vegas With Online Casino Suite

Exclusive 300% Bonuses at Pure Vegas With Online Casino Suite

Online Casino Suite has just announced an exclusive bonus package for players at Pure Vegas Casino, including U.S. players.  Let’s cut right to the chase, shall we? It’s a series of two 300% bonuses worth $2,400 total ($1,200 each) that can be used on Slots, Keno and scratch cards. And to make things even better, the play-through is only 15x. Now, I don’t mean to toot our own horn or anything, but that’s a seriously great bonus offer, folks. Use bonus claim code 1200SUITE1 and 1200SUITE2 to take advantage of this limited time offer.

If you are wondering what makes this offer better than Pure Vegas’ normal Slots Bonus worth $2,400 free on two deposits, it’s the percentage factor. The normal bonus is worth 200% (which is still great if you ask me), while the exclusive offer through OCS gives an additional 100%. Pretty snazzy, eh? And considering their credentials, which include a TST certified RTG software platform, a Netherlands, Antilles online gambling license, and a pretty impressive customer service track record, Pure Vegas makes for a solid place to throw down some real money wagers online.

Of course, if you’re not an avid slots bettor, these exclusive bonuses will do you no good. However, since this is Pure Vegas Casino we’re talking about here (which has been given 9.2 stars out of 10), there are several other welcome bonus offers (100% up to $2,400 Free on four deposits), as well as weekly reloads and VIP bonuses that can be wagered through at 60x the bonus and deposit on the Blackjack tables and Video Poker machines. In fact, the only game restrictions for non Slots-only bonuses are Roulette, Craps, Baccarat and Pai Gow.

Another great thing we like about Pure Vegas is the fact that they treat loyal players very well – especially those who wager a good deal. VIP players are entitled to up to ten 100% Match Bonuses up to $1,000 Free every day Monday through Friday ($50,000 in bonuses every week). Weekend bonuses (up to seven claims every weekend) are worth 200% up to $1,000 Free. VIP Players are also entitled to receive 5-12% cashback on deposits every day, as well as higher table limits. To get the entire low-down, just read the OCS Pure Vegas Casino Review.

Again, if you would like to take advantage of the 300% bonuses exclusively offered through OCS, use the bonus claim code 1200SUITE1 and 1200SUITE2. And if you want to stay abreast of future exclusive bonus offers, it would behoove you to join our Online Gambling Forum, where we publish new exclusive offers in the Exclusive Promotions sub-forum (go figure). Heck, while you’re at it, you might as well view the actual thread for this exclusive bonus offer and post your comments. C’mon, you know we want to hear how you came out on top using these bonuses. 🙂

Despite Credit Card Hit, Online Casinos Tap Business With Alternative Solutions

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Oy! Blocked Mastercard? Surely, you take one of these?

Oy! Blocked Mastercard? Surely, you take one of these?

The recent rise in declined Mastercard transactions at online gambling sites is definitely not just because of the Super Bowl – or at least that’s how things are looking at the current moment. Three days after the big game, bettors and online casinos alike are reporting a large number of declined credit card transactions. And to make matters worse, online casino operators are being made out to be the bad guy.

As reported by the Poker Daily News, transaction requests are still being honored by the credit card company, however, the funds are not being delivered to the player’s betting account. Instead of receiving the money, payment processors for the online betting operators (which are generally owned by the operator) are being fined by the credit card company for accepting the payment. From the player’s perspective, it looks as if the casino is stealing their money, for even though the payment is not being delivered to the player’s casino account, the credit card account is still being billed. Of course, the credit card holder does not have to actually honor the payment, but it’s nonetheless making things extremely frustrating for both players and operators alike.

According to an insider working within the payment processing sector, MasterCard is now manually intercepting transactions between payment processors and casino cashiers, for it is believed that online gambling transactions, which are automatically coded for identification purposes, were being manually uncoded so that they would not be filtered out based on having a “red flag” code. Whether or not credit card companies can actually keep this up, is very questionable.

The bottom line is that while it is convenient to use a credit card to make online gambling deposits, there are several other methods still available for players in jurisdictions like that of the USA Online Casinos in the Vegas Technology powered English Harbour Gaming Ventures – namely, Slots Galore Casino – offer bank wires for both deposits and withdrawals, and reputable third party eWallets and cash services such as UseMyWallet and QuickCash. Popular U.S. facing online casinos, Superior Casino and Rushmore Casino, accept UseMyWallet and the popular eWallet Xpress for making deposits and withdrawals. They also offer eChecks for withdrawal. Casinos such as Go Casino, accept credit card funded gift cards for making deposits, while withdrawals can be process via bank wire or certified check.

Players should note that fees are generally charged on all modes of withdrawal to a varying degree. If using a bank wire, the banks themselves will impose a secondary charge, generally for around $25. At Go Casino, the cost to process a bank wire withdrawal is 2.5% the withdrawed amount. Certified checks for withdrawal generally take more than two weeks to arrive and come with a $15 fee, while expedited courier checks via FedEx cost $35. At Slots Galore, bank wire deposits are free, while bank wire withdrawals have a flat fee of $35 ($500 minimum and $5,000 maximum withdrawal by bank wire per week). Checks and Quick Cash withdrawals also have a $35 processing fee at Slots Galore, while UseMyWallet withdrawals are free.