I didn't say anything about hours, I said before cashing out... In my opinion, screen shots look more credible when the bankroll matches or exceeds the win. Some people here would think that screen shot was fake.clj7221 said:who cares how many hours after the win that the shot was taken.
Absolutely fantastic!!!clj7221 said:WOW Once again I won 4 deuces and a Joker!!
Just the opposite is true Bruce! The fact that she cash out before the screenshot signifies that it was indeed for real money. If you win in play mode.. it will increase your credit balance just as it does in real money.. so your point is null. The difference with Microgaming play money mode as opposed to RTG is that you CANNOT cash out in play mode with MG... or decrease your balance.. so she would not have been able to zero it out unless it were for real money. Congratulations on the win!!Bruce Hamilton said:I didn't say anything about hours, I said before cashing out... In my opinion, screen shots look more credible when the bankroll matches or exceeds the win. Some people here would think that screen shot was fake.
wait till the 50 play version comes outcasinomeister said:Absolutely fantastic!!!
That's one hand I've never ever gotten. In fact, I've more or less given up on the game since I know the chances are almost nil that I'll ever see it. It's nice to see these screenshots pop up every so often. Good going!
spearmaster said:Shouldn't this be in "Worst Screenshots"? How the heck do you end up with only 4 of a kind holding two deuces and a joker?
Seriously, that is a tremendous win and a great screenshot. I don't even play that game, in fact rarely even play VP any more, but I would love to add that to my list of conquests one day
That kind of reply is uncalled for. Spearmaster knows full well what you've won, and he was just commenting on one of your hands. Read the rest of his post where he is congratulating you on the tremendous win.clj7221 said:Do the math and get your eyes checked. 10.00 bet over 5000 win from 4 deuces and a Joker. You must be seeing and hearing things that the rest of us don't.