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How Can Anyone Play At SlotLand???

Discussion in 'Online Casino and Poker Complaints - old section' started by murder1, Jul 26, 2004.

    Jul 26, 2004
  1. murder1

    murder1 <a href="http://www.casinomeister.com/meister_awar

    That place is a real Ripoff! I can't believe they allow such a place to exist. They should be investigated and closed down for the rigging that goes on there. WARNING! DO NOT PLAY AT SLOTLAND...9.9 X out of 10 We'll Be sorry.
  2. Jul 26, 2004
  3. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

    :what: Would you mind stating specifically what the problem is?
  4. Jul 26, 2004
  5. Hannah

    Hannah Casino Representative

    at Slot land
    Why cannot?

    Hi Murder,

    This is Hannah from Slotland. I regret that you haven't been satisfied while playing at Slotland. Many people are happy with us and I am sure that you could be also if you were more lucky. Unfortunately, I don't know your Login ID. Please send me a letter at: This email is not visible to you., I will review your gaming history and will give you something small so you could try our games again.

    Be sure that we don't cheat our customers - we would be silly to do it as we preferr them coming back to us! We are growing since 1998 - thanks to our unique games and Thanks to our good reputation.

    Thank you for contacting me in advance. Let's kick our games together :)

    Kind regards,
    This email is not visible to you.
  6. Jul 26, 2004
  7. dominique

    dominique Dormant account

    The Boonies
    Slotland is the one casino I have NEVER had even one complaint about.

    As far as I can tell they are exceptionally ethical and take the best of care of players.

    They are my number one recommendation for inexperienced players.

    Could you tell what the problem is? Did you have a bad run?
  8. Jul 26, 2004
  9. caruso

    caruso Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll

    Casino apologist
    Slotland has the WORST games on the net. For Dominique to recommend them as a first to newbies demonstrates real rogue portal qualities.

    Murder - they're games aren't "rigged", their slots. They're rigged by definition, ie. non-random.
  10. Jul 26, 2004
  11. murder1

    murder1 <a href="http://www.casinomeister.com/meister_awar

    I tell you what. Go stick money in their Treasure Slot. You won't get it back. I spent over $400 there playing their silly Treasure Slot and that fake space Blackjack.

    Imagine this: Their space BlackJack deals you 3 hands. And The dealer gets his hand. If you want to hit one of your hands. You must take a card on all 3. Example: dealer shows 9. Your Hand are (1) K-10 (2) 10-5 (3) 9-5
    You can't just hit hand (2) and (3). If you take a hit you will get a card even on you K-10.

    Treasure Slot is the biggest Joke of them all. Go see for yourself. And please don't bet $2 X 4 row spins. You will be out just as fast as you put it in there.

    The Place has no business being on the Net. POINT BLANK! Customer Service is Good. But that's about it.

    Goodthing I went and played Hold'em Poker and recovered all but $100 from that place.

    This place gets a :axeman2:
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2004
  12. Jul 26, 2004
  13. maxfalcon

    maxfalcon Dormant account

    I think you are going a bit too far, Caruso. Treating people of running a rogue portal because they are advertising for SlotLand... is a bit excessive.

    Slotland is around since 1998 (that's six years of business), so I think that if there was no interest for this online casino - or if it was sooooo bad - it should have closed a long time ago, especially with the hard competition actually.

    After, slots are slots - land-based or online. ;)
  14. Jul 26, 2004
  15. Lukas85

    Lukas85 Dormant account

    Im not going to play at Slutland again, either. Ive wasted more than enough money at their JoB VP which is not only the slowest but probably also the VP with the lowest payout. Ive been playing several thousand Hands VP within the last couple of months but the results there were by far the worst ever. I asked myself many times why the Meister still supports them....
  16. Jul 26, 2004
  17. caruso

    caruso Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll

    Casino apologist
    That's not what I said, Max. In that case I'd have to accuse Bryan and Ted of the same - which I'm not about to do because it would be incorrect.

    I said "For Dominique to recommend them as a first to newbies demonstrates real rogue portal qualities."

    Slotlands slot payouts are presumably the generic 95%.

    The JOB game comes in around 85%ish.

    Spacejacks comes in around maybe 90% with PERFECT play.

    These games are the worst you'll find ANYWHERE. Newbies are by definition new. They don't know slots from Deuces Wild Full Pay. A portal who selects newbies to fleece at a casino with DISGUSTING payouts, knowing full well said newbies on average know nothing about payouts and are in NO position to judge for themselves, is atrocious behaviour and represents rogue qualities, ie. deceipt.

    If I ran a portal - which I won't be doing any time soon - I would recommend casinos that pay with GOOD GAMES, games that give the players a chance. I would not recommend the worst games on the net because my aim would not be to fleece my players.
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2004
  18. Jul 26, 2004
  19. maxfalcon

    maxfalcon Dormant account

    OK, I understand your point of view. ;) But I think that the point for newbies here was the simplicity of use. :) For example, Booster is a good game for newbies - you can play a loooonnng time (my own experience) but your wins are not that big (apart for the jackpot). ;)
  20. Jul 26, 2004
  21. padanian

    padanian Experienced Member

    marketing manager of a medium sized tourist compan
    Since I have no specific knowledge concerning this casino (and I do trust both Dominique and Caruso), I surfed the Slotland website but did not find anything useful in order to make a judgement. Just found something interesteing on bonuses:

    WAGERING REQUIREMENTS: Slotland's bonus policy is very simple and clear: any bonus which you may receive (and any deposit made to earn such a bonus) is required to be wagered at least once prior to requesting a cash withdrawal, unless terms and conditions for a particular bonus are stated to be otherwise. SLOTLAND NEWSLETTERS: Every Slotland player receives monthly and special newsletters by email unless he decides otherwise. Slotland reserves the right to exclude anybody from receiving its newsletters as well as the participation in newsletters' promotions.

    It could be interesting except for this words
    unless terms and conditions for a particular bonus are stated to be otherwise
    And I was not able, for example, to find any info on the 100% sign up bonus.
    Is it also 1X?!?
  22. Jul 26, 2004
  23. Vesuvio

    Vesuvio Dormant account

    Have to agree with Caruso, it's a fairly shocking casino! The games could have been around since about 1980 given the software. I signed up because I'd seen them mentioned as reputable on here and thought it couldn't be too bad - fair enough they may be reputable, but I do think it's the last place I'd recommend to anyone new to casinos.

    One thing to point out is that the video poker doesn't even deal out random cards as you'd expect:

    "Please note that all games share the same mechanism which determines the jackpot win. Thus, with card games, the probability of hitting the jackpot combination is not natural but controlled by this shared random mechanism in the same way as slot machines' wins."
  24. Jul 26, 2004
  25. hhcfreebie

    hhcfreebie Dormant account

    Same here.
    Can you imagine a payout of 85% or so betting 50 cents per hand?
    That's why i stopped playing with slotland a few months ago. I don't feel I even stand a remote chance of winning. The only JoB with even worse payout is Gambling Federation (around 75%).
    Yes, their CS is great and they always pay on time, if you still have some money left to withdraw that is. :rolleyes:
    As for Slotland, if you are reading this, would you please change the name of "Classic Jack or Better" to "Jack or Better Slot"? I don't mind if you lower your payout on any of your slots but video pokers, by difinition, should be random.
  26. Jul 26, 2004
  27. murder1

    murder1 <a href="http://www.casinomeister.com/meister_awar

    Can anyone verify this lie that I received from them? 98% payback my A$$.

    Thank you for your letter. I understand your frustration especially when you did not have the luck you wish you had today, but our slots are certified and revised by independent bodies and all our slots have a certified 98% payback.

    Our games fairly return 98% of all the money put into it. But the 98% is just an overall average, meaning that the slot is programmed to return 98% of all the money played, not just to one player but to all of its thousands of players and in no set pattern or at any specific period of time. Just imagine if you hit the jackpot, your payback will be a thousands times greater than the average percentage payback.

    SLOTLAND is fair and honest. We wouldn't last very long as a business if we made a practice of cheating our players. Besides this, our company's accounts are revised and audited regularly by an independent body. If you have a specific concern, please let us know and we will contact you.

    I hope to see you back soon!

    Slotland Customer Service
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2004
  28. Jul 26, 2004
  29. spearmaster

    spearmaster RIP Ted

    Devil's Advocate
    Slotland has been represented on Got2Bet before, and I am confident that they are honest.

    However, players must be made aware that the blackjack and video poker games are not like the ones found in Vegas, and that in fact they are slot machines. After all, the casino IS called Slotland...

    As for the 98% - if they have someone verifying that, then the player can decide for himself the authenticity/veracity of that claim. Personally, I tend to lose there, not surprisingly, but I do like Booster - definitely a unique take on a slot machine :)

    The only wish I have is that they would add some newer technology games :)
  30. Jul 27, 2004
  31. tunisianswife

    tunisianswife Dormant account

    registered nurse
    Cincinnati, OH USA
    not my style

    I played at Slotland and can only give my opinion trying to be as objective as possible. The bonus was added immediately. The bonus policy is stated in very simple terms (which can at times, get a bit confusing when you read them at other sites)

    I must say I was disappointed in the graphics of the slots. They seemed a bit "archaic" shall I say. I played for a long, long time on my deposit and bonus and kept getting quite a few good hits. I did find it a bit interesting that on the treasure slot, there would be multiples of 7's and 1's but when two exact color 7's or 1's would appear on the first payline, all 3 of the other remaining would be a bar....I found that a bit puzzling and it happened over and over so I just moved on.

    I was excited to see that you could play 3 hands of blackjack until I figured out on the first dealing hand that you have to either hold or hit for all; but again, I just moved on.

    I did not feel overall that there was any "rigging"....as I said, I did get quite a few nice hits. I just prefer better graphics and if it is variety and graphics that one chooses in selecting slots, I would say that this may not be the place to go.

    Overall, not a bad experience and although I am not a high wagerer, I did find that many of the hits I got were quite nice.
  32. Jul 27, 2004
  33. murder1

    murder1 <a href="http://www.casinomeister.com/meister_awar

    Samething happened to me. Time and Time and Time again. STAY AWAY FROM THIS CASINO. I KNOW A HOOK WHEN I SEE ONE
  34. Jul 27, 2004
  35. Freudian

    Freudian Dormant account

    I don't like Slotland. I prefer casinos that doesn't offer home-made versions of the casino games. But it is their preogative to offer whatever games they like. I will stick to the casinos that offer traditional games.

    Lost my money on my only visit there but can't say it felt fishy though. At least I learned to check what games a casino offers before depositing.
  36. Jul 27, 2004
  37. maxfalcon

    maxfalcon Dormant account

    It seems that we like the same game, Spear! ;)

    That's what I asked to them - they really need more games and a revision of their graphics/website. They have added one more game back in the beginning of the year if I remember well, and I was thinking that it was the first of several new ones... but no. :eek:

    As Spear said, all their games are slots, and when playing you should expect the outcome of slots only. ;)

    To be honest, I must say that I have seen the same thing on this game... But the problem is that this situation of probable big win happens very often (happened five or six times on a meager $50 deposit) - they would have too much winners! -, so I think that it's not a problem of cheating - this game just needs to be adjusted, to be more balanced. :)
  38. Jul 27, 2004
  39. sirius

    sirius Senior Member

    Player exclusion policy non-existent!

    I knew of a player who wanted to quit playing Slotland after losing too much but they offered him $50 for 'reasons for quitting' and even after he still wanted the account closed, they offered $100 if he ever wanted to return!

    They don't block players from reopening an account and playing again if they tell Slotland they have been spending too much and want to be blocked. He said he reopened his account many times until he got fed up with them. They must completely wipe the credit card databases when an account is closed because players can keep using the same credit card when they reopen accounts!

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