32Red club rouge (the color)

paulcr

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32red floated on the LSE on Friday.

I have invested some money in thier shares as I consider them to be the most trustworthy online casino.
 

Macgyver

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Simmo! said:
Ah but this leads us into a chicken-and-the-egg scenario Slotchik. We Brits being the chickens and you yanks being the eggs. IE: We were here first. Although, one could argue that our version stemmed from the French word and you guys dropped the "u" cos a) the latin is the same as yours and b) you're not as good as spelling so you make words shorter to ease the pain ;)

Speaking of being as good at spelling, I guess we know who's better at grammar now. :D
 

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A truly fun thread, gentlemen and ladies, of wit both fruitful and colorful.
 

amandajm

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It's a grey day when a Brit can't say colour in peace, in English.

You Americans will be running the World next.
 

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amandajm said:
It's a grey day when a Brit can't say colour in peace, in English.

You Americans will be running the World next.


Whut do you mean "next"...lol.

american dUck
 

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Macgyver said:
Speaking of being as good at spelling, I guess we know who's better at grammar now. :D

LOL. An honest mistake Guv, honest it was.

amandajm said:
It's a grey day when a Brit can't say colour in peace, in English.

Ladies and gentlemen, note the use of the letter e in the word grey, as commonly used in the civilised world :D And note the use of the letter s in civilised while you're at it ;)

Anyway, i derailed this thread enough, although admittedly spurred on by fruitbat, Macguyver and Bruce in my defence!

But one final thought...if the Americans are running the world, who is the most powerful man? George Bush? Or
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paulcr said:
32red floated on the LSE on Friday.

I have invested some money in thier shares as I consider them to be the most trustworthy online casino.

I'm intending on doing the same. My logic is, since I always lose at 32red, it'll work out as a kinda cashback bonus :D
 

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Simmo! said:
LOL. An honest mistake Guv, honest it was.



Ladies and gentlemen, note the use of the letter e in the word grey, as commonly used in the civilised world :D And note the use of the letter s in civilised while you're at it ;)

Anyway, i derailed this thread enough, although admittedly spurred on by fruitbat, Macguyver and Bruce in my defence!

But one final thought...if the Americans are running the world, who is the most powerful man? George Bush? Or
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Billy Bob Gates :D

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Club Rouge Rules

I'm a Club Rouge member.

While I feel that I deposit a lot of money into 32Red every month, it's not anywhere close to the thousands that others might be putting in. I was offered it because (my belief) I wasn't doing well there for quite some time. I'm quite pleased with the $132 match bonus for each month. :D I'm a high-roller to some, but to others, I deposit peanuts. So, I know you don't have to deposit a ridiculous amount to become a member. And while I may do poorly at times, 32Red is the only MG casino that consistently gives me VERY good bonuses. :thumbsup: And the playthrough on those bonuses is only once.

I generally concur with tim5ny on his perspective of 32Red. "Path" (Pat Harrison) deals with me personally from time-to-time, whether it be via chat or by phone, and he doesn't hide behind his position as operations manager. He's quite open-minded towards a lot of opinions. I find that this is a major road-block at various other casino's managers.

Anyways, back on topic, I suppose I can see where the major players are coming from, but for most of us, if you make frequent deposits at 32Red, you'll surely see the benefits. ;)
 

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I too am a member of Club Rouge and my story is pretty much the same as Mr. Steed.

This was my very first casino and I won a few times $1500 and $1000 early on. Withdrew the lot to see how fast it was and without any hassles. I've put a few thousands in the machines ever since. Became a member after that.

I'm not so lucky at 32Red but it is still my main casino. In online casinos, I need to win a large amount to withdraw (a couple thousands or so). Otherwise, the money I deposit is for a few hours of fun and thrills. I spend more time wagering in sports where I am luckier but I use the 132 promo almost every month.

Last week was my bd and I got a pretty good offer from 32Red. I'll use it in a couple of weeks when I'll finally get a break from work :)

I started playing at 32Red because of Meister's and Simmo's recommendation and I'm happy I did. I can enjoy myself without any worries.

Max
 

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Well I deposit $32 - $50 and wager at least $900 EVERY MONTH and yet I STILL haven't been invited into Club Rouge! :(

So I guess it's not just high-rollers that get in - you probably have to lose there often too...
I don't do losing. :D
 

elscrabinda

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KasinoKing said:
Well I deposit $32 - $50 and wager at least $900 EVERY MONTH and yet I STILL haven't been invited into Club Rouge! :(

So I guess it's not just high-rollers that get in - you probably have to lose there often too...
I don't do losing. :D

With all due respect KK that play does not make you a high roller. That makes you a bonus hunter playing their monthly bonus. Not having a go but you really can't expect to get in if you're just doing that. (I realise you say at least $900 so you could be wagering a lot more than that but still I would not expect to get in without non bonused deposits)
 

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KasinoKing said:
So I guess it's not just high-rollers that get in - you probably have to lose there often too...
Maybe you messed up and requested to join their "Rogue" club and not the "Rouge" one :thumbsup:
 

philipfromparis

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I'm too a "club rouge" member, and I became one only a few days after registration. Not because I deposit a lot, but maybe because I quiet never use Bonus.

Yes, maybe you're right Caruso when you say 32RED is almost the only MG which doesn't offer automatic comp points. But this choice suits me, and I'm sure this is ok with every other club rouge member. Loyalty towards the place might counts a lot too. If one plays on a regular basis in the place, I'm sure the "club rouge" door would open in the same time.

32Red is by far the best MG casino on the net :thumbsup:

Philipfromparis
 

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I'm giving yet another round of kudos, congratulations, atta-boys and all-around "damn good job!" to Ed Ware.

I had a few questions about the Club Rouge offered at 32Red and Ed was prompt, efficient and just plain friendly about the whole thing. I've kept playing with 32Red even with what most bonus hunters would call a low bonus opportunity. Sometimes I lose, sometimes I win ... I see it as giving back to a company that has always been courteous to me and efficient. And, I'll tell you, 32Red's one of the VERY FEW that I do this for after having played almost 170 different online casinos.

So, Ed, my thanks and you've earned even more respect points in my mind by your professionalism in a situation and business where they're not very easily earned. I'd even like to know if a Yank (like me) can somehow invest in 32Red. They did go public or something like that in England recently, didn't they?

One of these days I'll even have to get over there and buy you a beer, Ed. :D
 

tim5ny

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Macgyver said:
I'm giving yet another round of kudos, congratulations, atta-boys and all-around "damn good job!" to Ed Ware.

One of these days I'll even have to get over there and buy you a beer, Ed. :D

That's if he still has some room in his belly after the "swanky" dinner he's promised to treat me to one of these days when he gets to New York.
 

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tim5ny said:
That's if he still has some room in his belly after the "swanky" dinner he's promised to treat me to one of these days when he gets to New York.

Hell, if he's coming to New York, I'll drive up there and buy him dinner. :D

I've never been to New York, anyways, even though I've been on the East Coast for a little over 15 years now.
 

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elscrabinda said:
With all due respect KK that play does not make you a high roller. That makes you a bonus hunter playing their monthly bonus. Not having a go but you really can't expect to get in if you're just doing that. (I realise you say at least $900 so you could be wagering a lot more than that but still I would not expect to get in without non bonused deposits)
Hello? My post was a JOKE! Sheesh! :D

(That is how I play there, but I know I'll never in a million years get into the club like that! :( )
 

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Off my chair

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Hey Ed,

You may want to consider renaming the "rouge" club since the dyslectic and non-spellers are having some major difficulties :D

You could even make a contest out of it...
 

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casinomeister said:
Hey Ed,

You may want to consider renaming the "rouge" club since the dyslectic and non-spellers are having some major difficulties :D

You could even make a contest out of it...

'Dyslexic' :D
 

Casinomeister

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guesswest said:
'Dyslexic' :D
dyslectic

adj : having impaired ability to comprehend written words usually associated with a neurologic disorder [syn: dyslexic]

Source: WordNet 2.0, 2003 Princeton University :D
 

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casinomeister said:
dyslectic

adj : having impaired ability to comprehend written words usually associated with a neurologic disorder [syn: dyslexic]

Source: WordNet 2.0, 2003 Princeton University :D


OOOhhh....very nice. I stand corrected. I'll be laughed out of the next Scrabble tournament I attend!
 
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