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    Quote Originally Posted by KasinoKing View Post
    Yes, they can.
    Back in March I was playing a huge welcome bonus at Orange Gamez on Winter Wonders. After playing for some time at $7.50/spin I decided to up it to the max of $18.75/spin; It was fine for about 5 or 6 spins, then I got "booted" out of the game. When I came back in the maximum was $7.50/spin.
    Tried the same thing on Love and Money and got the same result!


    Even with my case above, I VERY seriously doubt there is someone sitting there in the casino tracking what players are doing. I think it's much more likely to be some automated system, though why it let me do any big spins at all does cast some uncertainty on that...

    However, I still find it extremely unlikely that TiV would allow bets of $50, let alone $100/spin on ANY of their slots.

    KK

    I also thought that there was never someone sitting there tracking my play at any casino until Enzo messaged me on 3dice saying I shouldnt be wagering $1 a spin on a slot because it was such high variance. I think it was because I was new and he was just trying to give a new player a heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maphesto View Post
    I sent both thisisvegaslina and Sloto a PM about this thread.
    I also sent a few Emails out about this thread.
    I like to know more what they have to say on this.
    ~T~

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    My guess is that they are waiting for the
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    Quote Originally Posted by KasinoKing View Post
    I VERY seriously doubt there is someone sitting there in the casino tracking what players are doing.KK
    LMFAO...You've got to be kidding me with that comment. An affiliate with your experiences can't possibly be that naive, and your certainly not that stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KasinoKing View Post
    Yes, they can.
    Back in March I was playing a huge welcome bonus at Orange Gamez on Winter Wonders. After playing for some time at $7.50/spin I decided to up it to the max of $18.75/spin; It was fine for about 5 or 6 spins, then I got "booted" out of the game. When I came back in the maximum was $7.50/spin.
    Tried the same thing on Love and Money and got the same result!


    Even with my case above, I VERY seriously doubt there is someone sitting there in the casino tracking what players are doing. I think it's much more likely to be some automated system, though why it let me do any big spins at all does cast some uncertainty on that...

    However, I still find it extremely unlikely that TiV would allow bets of $50, let alone $100/spin on ANY of their slots.

    KK
    So, why have it at $18.75 max to start with, if a mere 6 spins scares them enough to boot a player and reset it.

    It is pretty naive of Rival to do it this way, giving us PROOF POSITIVE that they boot players in order to mess with their games WHILST THEY ARE PLAYING.

    This accusation was levelled at
    RTG
    , and a couple of ex employees said it was so, but other operators said it was not.

    Now, we have POSITIVE PROOF that one major software does indeed do this to player, whether it really is someone sitting there monitoring, or some automated system.

    If it happened to KK, this is "positive proof" as far as I am concerned, and backs up the
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    's story of him being able to bet $100, and later finding he can't.

    Add this to the Tradition
    BJ
    scandal, and we seem to have caught Rival with their pants down yet again. Rival at the time said they had withdrawn the ability of operators to mess with the games, but it seems they were "economical with the truth" because they clearly have some kind of system that tracks individual players, and changes their betting limits in play.

    If Rival passed the card issue on to TiV, it means Sloto must have passed it to Rival, since they are fully independent, and do NOT share the Rival processor, nor support.

    By passing this information to Rival, and then NOT updating it when the issue was resolved, Sloto have committed a legal libel, and Rival have passed this incorrect or incomplete information to TiV, who have acted upon it causing the player financial damage.

    The initial information was a mistake, since the card did not belong to this player, but another - so has nothing to do with him.
    Trust me, I'm a weatherman.

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    This Is Vegas owe me 80,000usd

    Finally posted a
    PAB
    . Interestingly, i've received a number of emails from ex Sloto, Rival and TIV casino employees who have passed on some interesting information to me including contact emails and phone numbers of the owners of the various casinos. They aslo made statements to the effect that "manipulation of software" for "high rollers" happens frequently. Disappointing to hear this and I will NEVER GO NEAR a Rival Casino again !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gid88 View Post
    They aslo made statements to the effect that "manipulation of software" for "high rollers" happens frequently. Disappointing to hear this and I will NEVER GO NEAR a Rival Casino again !!!

    Wow... thats a serious statement. Did they elaborate on how? - Or are you referring to the Boot and Change max bet limits scenario...

    Interested to know..

    Nate

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    Quote Originally Posted by gid88 View Post
    Finally posted a
    PAB
    . Interestingly, i've received a number of emails from ex Sloto, Rival and TIV casino employees who have passed on some interesting information to me including contact emails and phone numbers of the owners of the various casinos. They aslo made statements to the effect that "manipulation of software" for "high rollers" happens frequently. Disappointing to hear this and I will NEVER GO NEAR a Rival Casino again !!!
    So let me get this straight. Former employees emailed you to let you know there is deliberate fraud? How many ex-employees are you talking about? Where did they get the info to contact you and how were they aware of your situation?

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