How do you recognize a rogue casino at a glance?

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        • Nirvana2
        After a careful and thorough reading of this site, including forum threads, articles, complaints, casino reviews, I must say I feel lucky.

        I have played at many online casinos and in 8 years of gambling, I've always received my winnings. I've never had any withdrawal or ID/document verification issues so far. Not even once. In 8 years! I've tried hundreds of sites, deposited at 15 different places only, encountered problems like anybody else, lost money, had bad luck etc. But every time I cash out, I receive my funds. Every time. Oh, wait, except one time at a RTG casino. I won $100 off a coupon but I knew I wouldn't get paid so I gave up. I did not trust this casino so that was not a big deal...

        Maybe I'm too suspicious regarding casinos (scepticism is a very French attitude - think about the Cartesian doubt for instance). Maybe I'm very picky or demanding too. But in the end, I've never been fooled.

        In fact, I've always distrusted casinos offering too many coupons/vouchers. Indeed, people often try to redeem all the coupons they can in order to play without ever depositing and then forget about the golden rule "no multiple free chips in a row". Too bad, the casino is lying in wait and you won't get your money.

        I've always distrusted poorly translated casinos too. Even if my command of English is very limited, I can easily understand terms and conditions in English. But many players around the world simply can't, and must rely on translated versions of casinos interfaces and T&C's. And in the event of a dispute, only English versions are legally binding bien sûr!

        The list could go on and on, including casinos offering whopping 10,000% welcome deposit bonuses: too good to be true! This is a big warning sign to me.

        Apart from casinos ratings, which may not always reflect the reality of things - just consider "free cash/free casino chips hunters" around here who rate casinos without having actually tried them - or picky players like me who tend to harshly rate casinos , what are your very own tips and tricks to avoid rogue casinos? How do you recognize them? What gets you thinking? Can you even recognize bad casinos at a glance?
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        well that's the thing. it is not easy to spot a rogue , especially not at the first glance. we all need to do the research and inform ourselves and only then we can make an educated decision to play or not.

        this is exactly why sites like LCB are instrumental in finding all the necessary information, exchange the information and share our experience.
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        I don't think I can spot a rogue casino at first glance. If a new casino belongs to a group I trust then I will be less suspicious.

        I think it is very important to do, as least a small research - read other people's reviews, and read Terms and Conditions, as well. I think that T&C can say a lot about a casino and its practices. If you feel like you need to read between lines, and you feel like there's always a catch, then that's no good.

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