Online Casino Payout Limits – Part II
Today I will talk about some casino games that have limited payouts at some casinos. If you are unfamiliar with the topic please see my post from yesterday in which I explained why online casinos may sometimes limit payouts on certain games here.
Online slot games are the most common casino games and the maximum amount wagered, more commonly known as the total bet per spin, is controlled by limiting the betting options. There is a limit to the number of paylines, the number of coins that can be wagered in each payline and also the coin denomination. The payout are a ratio of the coins wagered so this means that there is automatically a limit on the maximum payout.
Something else that you will find at online slot games is that they have free spin bonus rounds that allow players to receive payouts without having to place additional wagers. A lucky streak of free spins can really add to the payouts so most slot games have a limit on the number of times that the free spins round can be retriggered. There is also a limit on the upper limit for the payout in the free spins round.
Some online slot games and video poker have a feature called the gamble game which allows players to double, triple or even quadruple their winnings. Online casinos often limit the maximum payout that can be received in the gamble game. Once players reach this limit they cannot play the gamble
Some online slot games and video poker games have a feature called the gamble game. In this game players can try to double or even quadruple their payouts. A lucky streak in this game with a large initial payout can amount to big numbers. Therefore online casinos limit the maximum payout that can be received in the gamble game. Once this limit is reached players cannot play the gamble game and have to return to the main game.
One thing that players need to be really careful about are online casinos that offer very high payouts but directly limit the maximum payout. Most varieties of keno fall into this category, for example a variant of keno offers a payout of 100,000 for hitting all 15 numbers so if you were betting at a coin size of $10 the payout would be $1,000,000 but the game has a limited payout of $250,000; this means that even if you hit all 15 numbers you would still get only $250,000.