...but you do not have the right calling people SHILLS, just because they pointed out what was already posted.
Both the illegal and legal gambling industries often use shills to make winning at games appear more likely than it actually is. For example, illegal Three-card Monte and Shell game peddlers are notorious employers of shills. These shills also often aid in cheating, disrupting the game if the "mark" is likely to win. In a legal casino, however, a shill is sometimes a gambler who plays using the casino's money in order to keep games (especially poker) going when there are not enough players. (This is different from a "proposition player" who is paid a salary by the casino for the same purpose, but bets with their own money.)
prop, proposition player
A player who gets paid an hourly rate to start poker games or to help them stay active. Prop players play with their own money, which distinguishes them from shills, who play with the casino's money.
That is quite a story, 3mptyseat!!! ...
I have been playing online for 16 years and have seen this same stuff over and over again. I can care less what anything else thinks.. i was just posting this to vent my frustration and alert people that this can happen to them as well. I will not be posting a P.A.B. because I never have and never will. It is each player's responsibility to find where they want to play and who they trust. any casino that has no live chat and finds reasons to steal player's money is a rogue casino. INETBET is a rogue casino in my personal opinion and i will never play there ever again. they should have informed me that I would not be paid upon my first inquiry as to why my playthrough was not changing, and instead chose to let me continue playing on the hope I would lose and continue depositing money. i guarantee you that thye would have found some other reason to not pay me had I played the rudoplh slot machine 100% instead of moving to lucky tiger a few times. By the way, the playing I did on the other slots was all losses anyways. And I just don't see why it should matter anyways, unless they are able to manipulate the payouts based upon a certain promotion. No other sites besides RTG have these hidden traps in their bonus coupons. I had previously done something similar at jackpot capital and they immediately informed me to let me know the situation and didn't confiscate any of my winnings at all.
I know this weekend I tried their casino for the first time. I did notice they had multiple coupons and I took the 75% one. I scrolled all the way down to read that for each coupon there were specific games that had to be played for each one which I didn't really like. But I tried the Oriental one. If your new to the site it is kinda misleading because I just happen to scroll all the way down.