After using every single no deposit bonus I could find, I've managed to up my money bookers account to 50 dollars (and my wallet to 240, as soon as a certain casino network, which shall remain nameless *cough* RTG *cough* will be kind enough to send me a cheque).
Because the dollar rate is so low that amount would pretty much buy me a cup of coffee, I figured I'd might as well let it ride in hopes that by the time I'd finish I'd either go broke, or be able to buy TWO cups of coffee.
As I've never actually risked my own cash in those things, I wonder how it all works?
For example - If I deposit $50 for 100% bonus that requires 25X playthrough, I'm assuming I'm going to have to wager 2500 in order to withdraw my entire bankroll, but can I bail out and withdraw my initial $50 back at any time?
I know that if I earn money, it goes into my bonus amount, but if I lose, does it go out of my real money amount (that is, if I go down to $95, do I have $50 in real cash and $45 in bonus, or the other way around?)
What playthrough is good value for money in blackjack?
What playthrough is good value in slots?
Any advice would be more than helpful.
What to do with 50 bucks?
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