Connective Games casino software

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Connective Games, LLC is a Russian software development company offering effective gambling products and solutions at reasonable price. We offer standard packages as well as exclusive solutions for Poker, Casino, Backgammon, Rummy and other multiplayer games. We are always ready to expand your systems with any quantity of unique or standard games at any time.

This is from Casino City's website on Connective Games. Other than the warning given last year about El Dorado Palace which runs on Connective Games software, I haven't heard much about them. Anyone else?
 

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This is from Casino City's website on Connective Games. Other than the warning given last year about El Dorado Palace which runs on Connective Games software, I haven't heard much about them. Anyone else?

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Apr 10, 2011
Winning has become rather routine for David J. of IL, who last month won a combined total of $78,518 playing online European Roulette, Pai Gow Poker and online Blackjack; and then topped THAT sum in March by winning a cool $132,447 at El Dorado Palace's online casino playing (you guessed it!) online European Roulette.

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Winning has become rather routine for David A. of IL, who last month won a combined total of $225,518 playing online American Roulette, online 3 Card Rummy and online Blackjack; and then topped THAT sum in March by winning a cool $332,447 at Bodog's online casino playing (you guessed it!) online American Roulette.

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Both scribed at the very top of their respective pages. This is incriminating stuff here! Bodog predates El Dorado according each dating. Rare chance this David A./J. could really be this ubiquitous, not to mention very skilled, but that's not the point. The point is one of them is lying and it evidently points to El Dorado. It's quite obvious there was a slight tweak of the same exact paragraph El Dorado took straight from Bodog's original posting - or vise versa if you don't want to rule any angle out.**

**Let's just say the same David did play and win at El Dorado as well. Why on earth would they raise unwarranted suspicion by mirroring the same sentence structure almost verbatim to illustrate his winnings?

Is their any recourse for this kind of blatant fraud/plagiarism?
 

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Geez, I'm shaking my head in amusement at El Dorado Palace's attempt at "news" about a fake winner. It really is apparent that the winner is fake. Good job, Spiderman! This really raises questions about the integrity of the whole of Connective Games brand of casino software.
 
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