I just learned today that all top game casinos carry a $2500 weekly withdrawal limit instead of the industry standard of $5K max withdrawal per week. I just don't get this at all. I don't know if this is mandated by the top game software or what, but I felt obligated to let players know about this.
How can any casino software expect to land any decent players and keep them happy with some nickel and dime $2500 weekly withdrawal limit? What gets me is they have no problem allowing a player to deposit and lose $10K, $20K or whatever, yet they want to hold that players money hostage when he wants some of that money back.
I just don't get how an up and coming casino software expects to become a competitive player in this industry when they impose these kinds of restrictions on players. I mean it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that no high roller in their right mind would ever play at a casino with these kinds of nickel and dime cashout limits.
To be fair though, there are many trusted rtg and rival casinos that only offer a max $4K a week in withdrawals, so it's not just top game. My feeling on this will never change, if a player can deposit and lose $20K in a week then he/she needs to have the ability to cashout that much just the same.
I mean on one hand I feel like, "you small time mother fuckers", pay the damn players their money. There are only 2 reasons why these bullshit limits are in place. Either they impose these weekly withdrawal limits as an underhanded technique to get the player to lose their winnings back or they do it because their underfunded, either way is not good.
IMO no online casino should be allowed to take players deposits if they can't pay out on a big win in a timely manner. I mean just imaging if you were in Vegas gambling and hit a nice score, and the fuckers told you they had to make weekly payments to pay out on the win. I mean really, these casinos have no business being allowed in this industry when they want to act like a bunch of small time nickel and dime operators. Even more the reason why this industry is in serious need of regulation. At least now you know so if your a big player that counts on expedient withdrawals, then top game is probably not for you.