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Feedback: Casinos reviews

Topic created on 24th Dec. 2019 | Page: 1 of 1 | Answers: 4 | Views: 2,131
x00NY
Elite
When I rate a casino now, I have the rating system with the points at the top. About game selection, support, first payout, subsequent payout, etc. If I now give 1 point everywhere and rate the game selection with e.g. 4 points, the following is written there after submission. 4 points "Highly recommended", because only the best of all categories is selected. If I do not want to recommend the casino, I must automatically lie, for example, in the game selection, and there also give only 2 points, so that after submission 2 points "bad" is there. Why are not all categories added together, and taken from the average? So the system is so moronic...

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Knochen
Elite
I wasn't aware of that, but the system has its pitfalls anyway. Of course, game selection is important for a casino, but the best game selection doesn't make a casino better if it constantly gets stuck, makes problems with Verification and withdrawal, or screws customers by extremely misleading bonus conditions. The same goes for the most difficult category of all: The fun factor. How should one evaluate this as objectively as possible? I assume that the casino has no influence on whether I win or lose. But if I Deposit in a casino and the money rattles down in 3 minutes, I didn't have fun. To some extent, I think this category can only be judged on the performance of the website and any hidden Bonuses, such as Videoslots. The fun factor is also massively related to the selection of games. So if I were to be honest with a casino that has a great selection of games and 1A performance, but then takes 9 weeks to verify my documents, the rating would still be reasonably positive.

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x00NY
Elite
Knochen wrote on 24.12.2019 at 12:21: I was not aware of that, but the system has its pitfalls anyway. Of course, game selection is important for a casino, but the best game selection doesn't make a casino better if it constantly gets stuck, makes problems with Verification and withdrawal, or screws customers by extremely misleading bonus terms. The same goes for the most difficult category of all: The fun factor. How should one evaluate this as objectively as possible? I assume that the casino has no influence on whether I win or lose. But if I Deposit in a casino and the money rattles down in 3 minutes, I didn't have fun. To some extent, I think this category can only be judged on the performance of the website and any hidden Bonuses, such as Videoslots. The fun factor is also massively related to the selection of games. So if I were to be honest with a casino that has a great selection of games and 1A performance, but then takes 9 weeks to verify my documents, the rating would still be reasonably positive.

right, that's why the average would have to be taken. For example, if it has an awesome game selection, I give 5points. But since they only pay out after 2weeks, I give 1point. Consequently, it would be average, and not "highly recommended". Likewise, I agree with you about the fun factor category. This belongs to me completely deleted, the reasons you have already mentioned

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Counter
Experienced
Seniorfips wrote on 24/12/2019 at 12:10 pm: If I now rate a casino, I have yes above the rating system with the points. About game selection, support, first payout, subsequent payout, etc. If I now everywhere 1Punkt hergegeben, and the game selection with e.g. 4Punkte bewerten, stands after submission the following dorten. 4 points "Highly recommended", because only the best of all categories is selected. If I do not want to recommend the casino, I must automatically lie, for example, in the game selection, and there also give only 2 points, so that after submission 2 points "bad" is there. Why are not all categories added together, and taken from the average? This way the system is stupid...

This is not the system itself, how it should work. It is just unfortunately a display error at the first call, so directly after entering. With each further call the value is displayed correctly and the general evaluation is also completely in order. Is of course still confusing and I'll take a look at it.

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Anonym

Hi you

so I think you can always properly evaluate a casino only if you get his wins and by that I mean now even high sums without ifs and buts paid out.unfortunately, very many casinos have been known to delay the payouts on purpose or even worse deny the payout. This often with obscure and dubious reasons.caution should always be with brand new casinos. I also think that Daniel and Co. can not test properly.On the one hand, the casinos see that someone from Gamblejoe plays there, we can not afford fraud.On the other hand, only very small sums are paid in and out.A correct and comprehensive assessment can be made only after months or years.

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