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Littlewoods Blackjack Freeze

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by wyldchyld, Jul 27, 2005.

    Jul 27, 2005
  1. wyldchyld

    wyldchyld Dormant account

    Rather not say
    Roanoke, VA
    Not my week so far with the Cryptos :confused:

    I played 2 hands of blackjack at Littlewoods casino around 1:00 PM EST 7/26/05. I lost the first, won the second one, and then the game froze after winning. I tried logging out, then logging back in multiple times, and still frozen. The game flashes a pop-up saying my previous game was terminated, and my last bet will be restored now. The Blackjack screen game appears with a $1 chip in the betting area, but no game action can be taken.

    I've e-mailed Littlewoods support mulitple times about this today, and no response aside from the auto-reply of high volume e-mail. Also on their support page, it says their call center is down due to "maintenance"

    Frustrations are growing here. Any advice?

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