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Internet cafe' need software

Discussion in 'Bingo!' started by attorneygeneral, Sep 8, 2008.

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    Sep 8, 2008
  1. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    gaming
    Location:
    Texas
    Hi all, I have a 24hr internet cafe'... I would like to let people play bingo on my computers, I have 30,,I could set up established play times,,, Whats the best method for the cafe to make money off of this? In house bingo software? online bingo play and I get a %? Thx, A.G
     
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  3. Alexishot69

    Alexishot69 Banned User

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    ARE

    U JUST BORED? or lemme guess feeling a bit lonely?:lolup:
     
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  5. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    Im new here, but something tells me your the resident pain in the arse, My post is legitimate. Obviously since you are posting garbage on my only two threads, you seem like the bored one!!! Now do you have anything constructive to tap on those keys little lady! :mad:
     
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  7. GGW Laurie

    GGW Laurie Dormant account

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    guess im bored too:D but hey welcome to the forum anyways general, planning on sticking around for long?......l/j
     
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  9. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    This is how I make my bread and butter, I was referred by a mathmatician at IGT.... Thx for the welcome....
     
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  11. anniemac

    anniemac Ueber Meister MM PABnoaccred

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    As a fellow Texan, welcome to the forum.

    But, you need to change your name. You will never get any replies with "attorneygeneral" for a nickname.


    Besides, don't you know that gaming operations are illegal in Texas?
     
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  13. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

    Occupation:
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    Location:
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    Hello fellow Texan...I dont care about online bingo, its just a means to an end, I currently use "sweepstakes" rules to operate games. I just want to promo Bingo so that I can advertise it..... I suppose the U.S members are freaked over my screen name. Got to admit, its getting attention, and like advertising good or bad , it s getting the job done...... I also frequent the C.A.P forums... Are you familiar with Aces Wired?
     
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  15. suzecat

    suzecat Dormant account CAG MM webmeister

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    OK, attorneygeneral, I have my serious face on now............

    First off............welcome to the forum! (thanks laurie for helping me remember my manners:thumbsup:)

    AG, you must be aware of developments in the law regarding online gambling. Consequently, even though we all look like mavericks, I can assure you, we are not stupid mavericks. There ARE those who work against our favorite pasttime by joining gambling forums as a way to trick folks into divulging information that is not in the best interests of continued online gambling. Get my point?

    What can you do to get this information you are asking for? Can't speak for anyone else, but will say that as far as I am concerned, you need to give your membership here ample time to ripen into trust. We need to trust you and you need to trust us. That takes time and effort. Sorry, don't see it happening any other way.
     
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  17. anniemac

    anniemac Ueber Meister MM PABnoaccred

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    Well said. :thumbsup:
     
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  19. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    Thx, I have been a member over at the C.A.P forum for awhile now. This little cafe' is not as important as getting my patent developed. This would allow everyone to enjoy online gaming in a legal manner. I have contacted several larger gaming companies,(IGT,williams,Bally,aristocrat,microgaming, I even went to multimedia, and a small company called aces wired(they have major issues right now) but they move like snails. A few really like the method and are looking into further discussions, but as I mentioned, thay need to have meetings about when the next meeting is! aahhh corporate B.S isnt it grand.
     
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  21. suzecat

    suzecat Dormant account CAG MM webmeister

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    See, that is a popular misconception of the scope of UIGEA.........it does not create illegality for players, but it does make it illegal for financial institutions to participate in the transactions required to play for "real money." In your other thread you said your patent's purpose was to facilitate payments through Visa/MC for gambling. See, that is illegal under UIGEA. You may not have any luck in patenting an illegal activty.
     
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  23. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    My method defeats "bet" and "gambling" thus a banking institution would be allowed. The player still recieves consideration (money) for using this method. I never said "gambling" .... thats a four letter word in my book
     
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  25. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    oops, two threads one Topic. Lets just forget I asked about the bingo... all other items regarding my method patent should be posted on the other thread...thx A.G
     
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  27. Alexishot69

    Alexishot69 Banned User

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    maybe just me

    But a definite whiff of trollness flying about here..:lolup:
     
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  29. mercy

    mercy Banned User - multiple banned accounts

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    delete-
     
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  31. attorneygeneral

    attorneygeneral Dormant account

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    Your own words show your level of knoweledge of Law,,,, the mere act of circumventing the UIEGA Would make it What? comed on say it,say it? Yes, LEGAL. If you circumvent something that is illegal, it would make it legal..........thread troll! Im going to have to read the forum rules to see if I can call you a fool..........:)
     
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  33. lots0

    lots0 Banned User - troll posts - flaming PABnonaccred

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    LOL... many many people are in prison for "circumventing" the law.

    Simple fact of the matter is that AG's 'method' does not break the US law from what he has told me in PM.

    However,
    His 'method' does break several of the laws on common sense...

    As I said in the the other thread... His idea was interesting, but not thought through very well.
    Of course that is just my opinion.
     
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  35. maxd

    maxd Complaints (PAB) Manager Staff Member

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    Please do not cross-post (see this post).

    Thread closed.
     
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