Miami Club Casino Review (2020)

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Players from United Kingdom cannot play at Miami Club casino.

Casino Reliability

 – 0 / 10

Miami Club are part of the Deck Media group who are associated with Fair Go Casino.

Fair Go Casino have seized a high 5 figure win from a player based on bonus terms that were not applicable to the player. When playing with a bonus the player exceeded the maximum allowed bet. Rather than confiscating the balance the operator chose to contact the player and tell them they would overlook the violation in this instance. The player had completed the wagering requirements and chose to play on with their balance. Their balance rose to over $90k. The operator refused to pay this win citing that when they chose to overlook the previous violation, the funds were considered to be a No Deposit Bonus, but did not inform the player of this at any point.

In our opinion the operator has simply looked for justification after a large win not to pay the player, and failing to find any legitimate reason as looked to apply bonus terms despite there being no grounds to view the play as subject to bonus terms. As such Fair Go Casino and all associated properties have been moved to Not Recommended Casinos list..

In the first half of 2015 Slotocash sent a payment to a US card provider that resulted in the player’s card getting locked. The player was then left with a locked card and no funds as the casino declined to provide any assistance in resolving the matter.

In the first half of 2015 Black Diamond casino appear to have confiscated winnings from a player based on unethically vague terms and conditions.

All the venues in the Deck Media group will start with a Casino Reliability score of 4 and assuming no further unresolved issues are evident will increase one point every 6 months to a maximum of 8.

For references see Deck Media Group Player Issues

Payout Speed: 2+ weeks

 – 0 / 10

Using Neteller our reviewer reports withdrawals taking longer than 2 weeks.

Minimum withdrawal – None. Withdrawals smaller than $350 via wire transfer will incur a $45 fee.

Maximum withdrawal – $2000/week

Banking options available – Credit/Debit cards, Skrill (Moneybookers), Neteller, UKash, UseMyCash, iDeal, EcoCard

We recommend using Neteller for speed, convenience and security. To sign-up to Neteller click here.


Miami Club use WGS software for their download casino. Check out our WGS Software Review.

Game selections are as follows;



Table Games – 12

Table Games – 8

Slots – 95

Slots – 100

Video Poker – 7

Video Poker – 7

Jackpot – 4

Jackpot – 4

Miami Club casino does not appear to hold any gambling license.

Players from United Kingdom NOT accepted.

Miami Club does not accept players from the following countries:American Samoa, Canada, Israel, Moldova, U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, United Kingdom, United States.

Miami Club casino do not publish the house edge (RTP) information for any of their slots games.

The Miami Club comp point program allows players to earn comp points at different rates depending the game they choose to play as follows;

  • Slots and Specialty Games 160 comp points/$100 wagered
  • Table Games 60 comp points/$100 wagered
  • Video Poker 50 comp points/$100 wagered
  • Blackjack 30 comp points/$100 wagered

You can redeem comp points at a rate of 1000 comp points to $1.

This system is 60% better than the standard Playtech comp point program for Slots and Specialty games and substantially worse for all other games.

Comp point accrual rates improve as you move up the VIP ladder.

Where an operator invents a bonus contract to apply to a very large win when the player had no reasonable possibility of being aware of the rules. In our opinion this is nothing short of free rolling a player where the operator would have kept the money had the player lost, but when they hit a big win refuses to pay.