When I joined up about 4/5 months ago they DID have live roulette honest
I was just wondering why it had gone off line that all....
Just seen your edit, Yep that's basically what I got told
About a month ago, a player won 400,000 euros playing live roulette in 32reds sister casino: Dash. Ever since then the live roulette has been unavailable in both 32red & dash casino. I am guessing this is the reason why.
There is a whole thread about it here in this forum. I would copy and paste the link but I am unable to, due to posting this reply with my mobile phone.
The live roulette is still available in other microgaming sites. However it is too expensive for me. The minimum amount for an even money bet is £5 in some casinos, and £10 in others.
32red paid this player nothing. They have never paid out that amount on one roulette session - ever.
Do not mean to hijack the thread and the mods can delete if they wish or start a new thread (keeping link out for now)......That said, I read a very interesting news release dated today that cheating is not just collusion among players as is already a known but security issues and violations aka cheating are becoming much more sophisticated. The use of trojans (hacked if I understood correctly to one's PC) allows I believe your cards as well as hole cards to be seen making winning impossible. Do not quote me exactly as need to read again but hackers,trojans,and seeing cards for sure.One other thing. I hate people who cheat in poker. Is the main reason I stopped playing poker online because of other players colluding. It is too easy for cheats to talk to each other on the phone or instant messenger and the other players to be oblivious to it. It is unfair and a low thing to do. I have been on the recieving end of this in my early days of online poker and it is not nice. If you are one of these cheats I have no sympathy for you and think you got what you deserved. If casinos are actively weeding out poker cheats and barring their accounts then that is a good thing. Cheats spoil the enjoyment for everyone else and give online poker a bad name
I do retract the comment that he was never paid.
The truth is that I just wanted your attention, which I now have.
Tell them how long he waited for the money Pat.
HOW LONG was it PAT?
I will tell them if you do not.
If you wanted my attention a simple PM to me would have sufficed!
The Live Dealer Roulette does appear to be quite an issue for you and, whilst completely spurious to your main concern, I am happy to answer the question posed.
The player was paid his money (directly to his bank account) on the seventh working day after accumulating the 450,000 winnings.
I will not enter into a public slanging match with you on this, or any other, Forum and once again I strongly urge you to Pitch a Bitch or even raise your concerns directly with us at 32Red.