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Like all casino bonuses today it's very important to read the terms and conditions before deciding whether to accept the deal. As well as the common wagering requirement attached to the funds most casinos now have lists of excluded games, various limits on stake size, game contribution percentages and even restrictions on how much you are allowed to change the size of your bet whilst a bonus is in play. It's all getting a little bit out of hand and I foresee a time when casinos will scrap this kind of bonus altogether because of the ever increasing number of issues they have to create rules to deal with as a result of advantage players relentlessly searching for new ways to beat the casino at their own game. This is a shame, but hopefully the casinos will come up with a fairer and less complicated way to compensate their loyal players as a result.
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