Anybody who is a regular reader of the casinos.ie pages knows that online casinos never offer anything for nothing but in the Irish casino news we read that an online casino has been taken to task over an e-mail in which they promised a welcome bonus, as do all online casinos, but went further by saying “if you win, you get to keep it”. Where they went wrong according to the Irish casino news was in not clearly declaring that there was a play through requirement of some 60 times before any money could be withdrawn. Play through requirements are everywhere when casino bonuses are concerned and although this was clearly stated in the terms and conditions the UK Advertising Standards Authority deemed that it was not obvious enough. You will be pleased to know that it does not concern any of the online casinos listed at casinos.ie although many online casinos do not make the play through requirements as obvious as maybe they might. According to the Irish casino news there was no real punishment handed down by the ASA other than to change the advert and not do it again. In other Irish casino news it is reported that 888 casino pulled a stunt for one night only when the created a food casino where food could be purchased from winnings at the tables but the real interesting thing is that the chips at the roulette table were not the regular round plastic variety but actual chips made from potatoes. One player who is reported in the Irish casino news is believed to have tried eating one leaving him less to gamble with but was not impressed as they were cold and everybody knows cold chips are not good. Casinos.ie hopes that the ketchup did not make too much of a mess on the roulette table.