Camasino offering real-money ‘webcam’ poker; Red Flush Casino throwing money to its customers

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camasino webcam poker red flush pays outEvery so often, certain innovations in the online poker industry catch your eye in ways that warrants attention. Back in 2010, the now-defunct Full Tilt Poker launched Rush Poker, a fast-fold type of poker that his since become a hot item amongst a lot of poker rooms. Now, wants to catch its own lightning in a bottle with what they’re promoting as the world’s first webcam poker social network. Even better, it’s now offering “real money” play that would allow players to not only play poker for money, but do so in a way that actually allows them to see who they’re playing against through a webcam.

While they seem to be caught up in their new technology that, while impressive in its own right, is also isn’t the first of its kind we’ve seen before. Remember, webcam-based poker was first brought to our attention back in 2010 when issued the very same proclamations.

Nevertheless, we still give props where its due and has certainly earned it after coming up with a technology that is protected through worldwide copyright that brings online poker to an entirely different light. The site also has a social network that allows players to create friends online, upload their favorite video clips or pics, and even start their own private tables where they can play with their friends.

In addition, also has a casino that that offers table games with custom graphics that are specifically customized for their clientele. Pretty slick features, if you ask us.

Meanwhile, another online casino site has been acting like a proverbial ATM recently, paying out around 40 of its players – handsomely, too – in a period of just seven days.

The site is called Red Flush Online Casino and is part of Microgaming’s network and it has become quite a favorite among players for its, shall we say, generosity. Among the recent winners include an Australian player who cashed in on the slot game Thunderstruck 11 for a reported $10,000. That was then followed by a Norwegian, who also rang the bell of Thunderstruck 11, this time for NOK 8,000, a player from Canada who won over $7,000 and someone from Germany who cashed in on over Euro 6,000.

During the same time frame, Red Flush Casino’s Lord of the Rings slot game also doled out significant sums of winnings, Euro 15,000 in total, to three winners.

And then there’s Immortal Casino, another slot game that appeared to be on ‘auto-pay’ mode, forking over Euro 6,000 to a player from the Netherlands, GBP 11,000 to a player from the UK, SEK 18,000 to a Swedish player, and biggest of all, $20,000 to a dude from Australia.

These winnings happened all in a period of seven days, proving that Red Flush Casino should just change their tag line to “…where there are no limits to our generosity”.


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