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The larger outfits also seem much more reliable --the mom -and-pop sites feel pain with every payout, and apparently have a small enough volume of play that they can sweat individual trans actions. There was not one problem with a Cryptologic licensee, and only one minor one with a Starnet site. Both these outfits do all or nearly all the cash processing for their clients. Taking those administrative tasks out of the hands of the franchisees seems to solve much of the petty stalling and angling. Cryptologic and Starnet's EFS are also two of the promptest payers. Only one Microgaming site, and I played a lot, was so consistently devious and or bumbling that in my opinion they must alienate regular gamblers as well as matchplay hustlers (Caribbean Cyber Casino <> I also had flawless experiences with Boss and iCrystal sites. Notable about all of these companies is that their games are of the download variety. These are large, intensively engineered programs which are more expensive than the Java browser games. There are good Java sites, but they do tend to be smaller (Real Time Gaming is an exception; despite being downloaded, it courts small operators). In moving from downloaded to Java, there is a quantum leap in the number of headaches. This is probably because the lower investment cost and looser supervision has attracted more motley owners. Looking at the project as a whole, it was well worth it. The money expropriated from the expropriators is way ahead of the nuisance of getting it. The single most important secret: give them lots of play.

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