They will deposit some money in your account, and that is the amount you have to enter.
Once the amounts match, that will confirm that you successfully linked your account, and you can then withdraw your winnings!
*** I'm still waiting for my deposits...
I think your 36:1 payout is a nice gift over the traditional 35:1 payout, but in a mathematical sense, in no way will that overcome the 1 in 37 chance of actually landing on the spot you selected with a wager. In the long run, you can expect to lose more than you can expect to win. This is the house's built-in advantage/edge to ensure that they can generate a small profit from all players over time. The gambling mentality begins where people believe they have systems to beat roulette. Sure, in the short run you might actually be up, so take your money and run. But the long run is king, and that's why casinos are still in business. They would never dream of building gambling houses where players have the edge.
A fair/perfect coin has an equal chance of landing heads or tails. So if I paid you a dollar every time it lands on heads and you pay me a dollar every time it lands on tails, it is a fair game because both outcomes have an equal chance of appearing (ignoring the coin landing on its edge, lol). A fair game in roulette would be one that has 36 numbers and the payout for each would be 36:1. In the long run, both the player and house would have a mathematical expectation of zero dollars (hence, it is a fair game). With European roulette adding the green 0 space, and American roulette adding the green 0 and green 00 spaces, the house's edge is increased, because the house wins with one or two more numbers that the payout does not cover.
To slow down the amount the casino can take from you, learn to identify the games that have as little house edge as possible. These include craps (certain bets), blackjack (non-foolish moves), and baccarat, which have house edges in the neighbourhood of 1%. You will lose in the long run because there is always a house edge built in, but at least you can lose your money the slowest (in a mathematical, theoretical, long run scenario). Other games can have a much higher house edge, including keno (14%?) and roulette (3-5%?).
To theoretically win money at casinos, learn to play skilled poker against other players, or play advantage blackjack (utilizing basic strategy to cut the house edge down to less than 1% and then apply card counting on top of that to gain a player edge).
Take my above advice with a grain of salt. I only play solid blackjack and never touch the other games, other than two evenings many years ago dabbling in roulette.
damn i got owned. I only have 10$ :(
What bothered me the most, is that I should have let my wife pick her numbers, but she was too busy at the time, so I did it for her. (hoping to tell her she won a few bucks)
The best, is when people watch certain videos online which claim to guarantee them a win with a "system to beat roulette"
The fact is, this "system" does work, as long as you're playing in demo mode!
Once you switch to real play, they limit certain bet values, and you start to lose.
I knew someone last year who fell for it, won over $400 within the first 30 minutes but was only in demo mode.
He said when he got home, he would play in real mode, and was sure he'd make a fortune by the next day...
By the time he finished, he was down $250! :-0
I'm sure there are plenty of reputable websites out there that will review and scrutinize online casinos to inform readers which ones are fair and which ones are rigged, but I haven't done my research into them and for that reason I stay away from online gambling against a house. However, I have no problems competing against actual players in reputable online poker rooms (but I am only a beginning poker player) or playing any live game at a brick and mortar casino. I'd rather live in fear and hang on to my money than to risk playing casino games online, but hey, that's just me.
I still haven't received between 1¢ to 99¢ in my bank account to report back to confirm that it is my bank account.
Please enter the amount that was deposited in your bank account by Espacejeux.
***Caution: This is NOT the amount that you wish to withdraw from your Espacejeux account but the amount
(between $0.01 and $0.99) that Espacejeux has deposited in your bank account.
Thanks a lot OP, I ready to do stupid all-in and lost this money within 10 minutes
Got a new code just now.
BIEN383 for 10$. Enter it in your account>promotions page.