Game providers have a reason to rig slots

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Bloatgoat

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No I'm saying that a random internet guy that makes his living on shady business knows more about the industry based on the eye test than max, Bryan and all of the people actually working directly in the industry does. Because of course he does.

Shady business? The business i work in is perfectly legal, and i'm good at it for 13 years straight. My reputation is considered the best in what i do.

I'd be happy to engage in any discussion that involves sanity at any industry event, but that's not what the selected few want.

And the main advocate of this funnily enough tries to be a casino affiliate. Can't even make this up.

Yes, i promote a casino here and there and working on a project to build a complete platform for a licenced casino platform. What's the problem with this now all of a sudden? I cant share my experience's on a forum where people have the right to question slots?

Your just sober, bitter and a sad little brat Halvor. PIss off.
 
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Your just sober, bitter and a sad little brat Halvor. Go on and have a spin on your 100% honest slots, lol.
I'm not going back for tits for tats; I quoted this as most recent, is all


Share your thoughts, none have been curbed, minus personal jabs (yes, I'm certain both parties can pull out instances - use the report function).

But please, any, go back to your thoughts v personal attacks - that's across the board.


And sure, as a member, I've had opinions here; reflecting, I stand by them; there's ample threads regarding this matter without starting anew
 

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Your just sober, bitter and a sad little brat Halvor. PIss off.

Yeah, he's bitter.


Edit: removed personal jab.
Edit 2: also, calling someone sober as some kind of insult is just mind boggling, you just unwittingly own yourself in every post you make, you're clearly projecting.
 
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probably worth a comment here as there's a modicum of cross-over

As a member - I'm likely as likely as trance or halvor to engage in these conversations, simply because there's a few points I happen to disagree with (and yes, a few points I do agree with) as a slots player and person interested in online gaming

As a moderator, I'm very nearly inclined to meld this with the AMA, AMA 2020, and the Are Slots Rigged. Because, frankly, this is a rehashed topic. This relays all the way back to page 1, post 3

If people are truly bringing something new to the table, carry on.
If the point is, simply to beat home the same point, I'll have it moved. And I'd suggest carrying it over to an exisiting thread (there's like, 10 of them)

Again, noone's opinions have been curtailed - but there's dim views on agenda driven posts and threads. The horse, they say, is flogged
 

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Shady business? The business i work in is perfectly legal, and i'm good at it for 13 years straight. My reputation is considered the best in what i do.



Yes, i promote a casino here and there and working on a project to build a complete platform for a licenced casino platform. What's the problem with this now all of a sudden? I cant share my experience's on a forum where people have the right to question slots?

Your just sober, bitter and a sad little brat Halvor. PIss off.

If you're building a platform for a casino, then you must already know the ins and outs of how they work and all the dodgy stuff they have asked you to do right? You've already met with all the other providers to determine how to work with them to rig the slots and you definitely will now know 100% how we rig them all against you...

So, please share :)
 

trancemonkey

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probably worth a comment here as there's a modicum of cross-over

As a member - I'm likely as likely as trance or halvor to engage in these conversations, simply because there's a few points I happen to disagree with (and yes, a few points I do agree with) as a slots player and person interested in online gaming

As a moderator, I'm very nearly inclined to meld this with the AMA, AMA 2020, and the Are Slots Rigged. Because, frankly, this is a rehashed topic. This relays all the way back to page 1, post 3

If people are truly bringing something new to the table, carry on.
If the point is, simply to beat home the same point, I'll have it moved. And I'd suggest carrying it over to an exisiting thread (there's like, 10 of them)

Again, noone's opinions have been curtailed - but there's dim views on agenda driven posts and threads. The horse, they say, is flogged
Please don't merge this with the AMA - if anything, lock it and label is as "another rigged slots post" ;)
 

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If you're building a platform for a casino, then you must already know the ins and outs of how they work and all the dodgy stuff they have asked you to do right? You've already met with all the other providers to determine how to work with them to rig the slots and you definitely will now know 100% how we rig them all against you...

Oh perhaps i will have a change of mind in the very future. Who knows. I think the best approach to slots and questioning it's legitimacy is simply not playing 'm anymore. Dont you think?
 

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FFS! Grow up. That applies to a fair few of you here who are doing little more than flinging poo at each other from across the sandbox.

Thread locked until the children grow up.
 
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