Some more, you don't half know how to start me off lol..
1) Look at that poor Broke Lad, lost all his money again
2) Bet 365, Lose 365 (that's the part then don't tell ya!)
3) Well I Am Hell (of a loser)
4) Took some Guts to deposit, despite being SE @ Rizk
5) MT secure trade 'Say it out loud 'MT' same as my Skrill and Bank account after our 'Trade'
6) Next, Ie 'Any chance of a freebie' after all the others said no
Just a joke reps, apart from the bookies ones robbin Bar Stewards and yup I'm bored too, blame other sarky posts, they start me....honest
Just as a side note. It does not matter at what casino you play NetEnt games from, they are all serving the games directly from NetEnt's server so the casino itself has no controll over the games.
Every time someone makes a comment like this, I immediately think of the PAF '' fiasco '' few years back. I hate to sound like a broken record because I've referred to this too many times but it's still relevant .. If the above statement was correct 100% of the time, this scenario at PAF would've never happened. What scenario you may ask? They had a campaign where if you wagered X in Y, you'd get X amount of scratchcards. Those scratchcards were most definitely from NetEnt. *somehow* all scratchcards awarded to *all* players who took part in the campaign had a max win of 2€ in them. I'm not talking about awarded wins, I'm talking about even a possible max win was 2€. If that happened to potentially hundreds of players who each played at least five each .. You can't talk about coincidence. After a backlash PAF gave the players additional scratchcards that functioned normally. Why would've they done that if they hadn't done anything to the scratchcards in the first place?
Even though NetEnt games are supposedly ran off NetEnt servers on all casinos - except those that have ripped them off obviously, there's clearly a way to manipulate them *somehow*.