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Vee Quiva Casino

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Vee Quiva Casino

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Hop on your own ATV on this off-roading adventure in the Sonoran Desert. After a safety briefing and training, gear up and ride across rugged, rocky trails in the scenic Bradshaw Mountains, as well as cross the Agua Fria River. Be on the lookout for coyotes, bobcats, and more, and learn about the region's flora and fauna and Native American history from your guide.
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Suzi wrote a review 5 Apr
Elk Grove Village, Illinois100 contributions46 helpful votes
The games are horrible. Tight !!! So many better casinos to go to. Also, no coffee shop and limited food area. 3 places in food court. And half is not open.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Jewel C wrote a review Sep 2020
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For 3 years in a row, I won over $25K total for the year, through W-2gs. Following the building of the new casino, it has been very hard to hit a solid payout. Following the 8-month of Covid insecurity, I decided to venture out to the casino and since the new freeway is done, decided to do Vee Quiva again. I have to tell you, and I'm 100% already in the progress, that I will be filing for a formal investigation into the payout %, by contacting the Attorney General, and other boards. While this is on Indian land, it does not prevent this type of matter from being looked into. When I was there, I noticed several of my machines would start to show their VeeQuiva player's card and option, and announcements on the left side of the screen, while the play was in progress. This means it reduced the screen to half size. Not only frustrating, to have the size of the screen keep minimizing and maximizing during play, I have stumbled upon something else, after reading all the negative reviews of odds being overhauled since Covid-19, giving the House a strong hold position. On some machines that I played, there was an "update" on the screen taking place. Wording about "system update" or such. I since have done extensive research, and believe the VeeQuiva is using REMOTE SERVER CONTROLLED SETTINGS to change the machine, while IN PLAY versus after play. At one time, casinos could not change % payout without first getting formal approval. But remove settings are being more popular, and there is a lot of compliance that should be deployed. I believe these codes are being violated. "Casinos can alter pay-outs and other factors remotely. Server controlled machines are gaining in popularity amongst casinos, although many establishments have rules about how and when settings can be changed, usually this only occurs between bouts of play, and a message should generally appear on the screen during the process, stating that remote control is in progress." AS I MENTIONED, I KEPT GETTING MESSAGES ON MY MACHINE, AND SAW THIS OFTEN ON MY MACHINE, AND NOT OTHERS. LEADS MEM TO BELIEVE THAT THEY KNOW I HAVE EXTENSIVE BANKROLL WALKING IN (FROM ALL THE TIMES I HAVE WON) AND THAT THEY ARE FIXING THE SYSTEM. YOU KNOW THEY HAVE CLEAR CAMERAS EVERYWHERE, AND I FEEL IT WITH EVERY FIBER OF MY BEING THAT SOMETHING IS NOT RIGHT WITH THIS CASINO. YOU DON'T GO FROM $25K PAYOUTS A YEAR TO $0.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Doc Graham wrote a review Sep 2020
3 contributions2 helpful votes
Slot review. I have noticed as countless others , that their machines just seem to eat your money . I think that people will wise up , figure it out, and the casino will eventually find themselves begging for you business . Not fun to walk in and feel as though all their interested in ,is how much money they will be able to extract from you during your stay .
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SandyHS wrote a review Sep 2020
Phoenix, Arizona4 contributions2 helpful votes
Save your money and try one of the other local casinos or better yet make the 3 hour trip and spend a few days at Morongo. The slots payouts have been reset to pay out less since their Covid reopening, even if you win something it is substantially less. Their cleaning and sanitation is lip service only.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Joyce P wrote a review May 2020
Glendale, Arizona13 contributions18 helpful votes
We were there at 6 AM. The place is filthy. Dirty ashtrays spilled on the floor, used drink cups scattered about and no one wiping down machines. There was one woman spot sweeping and using one rag to wipe over a machine every once in a while. Stay away from here unless you want to get the virus for sure. They are making no effort to keep this particular casino clean.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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