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The highest jackpot ever won on USA casino was over $645,000 which is quite substantial. The average payout percentages at usacasino.com is 97.6%, with the highest being video poker which pays out at 98.37% and the lowest being roulette which pays out at 96.82%. USA casino only offers tournaments which are run for VIP players - regular customers are not invited to participate in these tournaments. The stakes on USA casino vary tremendously and this makes it very convenient for players of all levels and financial circumstances. Stakes range from one penny to $300 in the card games, depending on the game. In the slot machines, a player can place a wager of up to $1000 on the "A Night Out" slot machine.
USAcasino.com offers reward programs for those who play on this particular US online casino. Special bonuses and promotions are awarded to loyal patrons as well as the opportunity to join a VIP program with various levels of status. Players earn comp points for real money wagers and these can then be converted into cash. Conversion rates vary between players depending on what level of VIP status a player has - that is, the higher a player's VIP status, the more money they will earn from a comp point.
The recently enacted SAFE Port Act which was passed and signed by President George W. Bush in September 2006 contains a provision known as the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA). This act prohibits banks from processing deposits for any US online gaming. Due to this recent development in legislation, USA casino is no longer allowing US gamblers to make real money wagers.