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Apr 7, 2012

Slots Oasis Casino second chance chip
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Slots Oasis have come up with a daring new idea for a bonus

Slots Oasis Casino has come up with a new revolutionary online bonus in order to entice their players from withdrawing their winnings from their casino. The promotion is called the “second chance chip” and its logic is really quite straight forward and simple to grasp.

Any player who “still feels lucky” and cancels their current pending transaction to withdraw their funds, will receive the same amount as his withdrawal to play again within the casino, along with the termination of the pending withdrawal. The promotion as whole is one of the many smart strategies now being employed by online casinos to keep gamers playing when traditional poker, blackjack and bingo tournaments and bonuses have failed.

Naturally, any move like this would come with a set of rules and regulations that must be adhered to in order to qualify for such a great bounty. This bonus is only valid if the original deposit was made via credit card or casino gift card, and is only applicable on withdrawals with a minimum of twenty five dollars.

The bonus is also only applicable if the gamer intends to use their free money to play. The idea is that once the player has spent their second chance chip bonus, they can withdraw their winnings from that, and they won’t be able to cash out the bonus itself. Unfortunately this isn’t just a one way process, it must be done thirty times before any cash withdrawals can be permitted from the bonus.

Amongst the games available for the casino online bonus to be used on include poker, Texas hold ’em, and video poker. Baccarat, bingo, craps, Pai Gow poker, craps and roulette will not count towards the promotion, a move that could see the promotion fail to attract the audience it was intended for.

Lastly the withdrawal must be canceled by dealing with one of Slots Oasis’ representatives through their contact screen, which is often a tedious and tiresome process. In theory the promotion seems like a solid idea, though in practicality, it may just prove too much of a hassle for gamers to be bothered with it at all.

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