Max 'Precise Knees' Drayman said:To be honest I figured I could skate through lunch with a few well-timed nods and otherwise enjoy my noodles in peace
There is a new section on the main site - "Max's Corner" where Max shares his intellectual musings and will astonish you with whatever is on his mind...
The first segment is here - Max at the ICE
Hiya: This is great. It allows accurate information from the sources to those of us unable to attend these events. As far as the, "Max" cashout goes, i really can not blame the on line casinos, as this is how their brick an mortor counter parts have always done it......and the way every lottery in the world does it............As long as it is listed in the T&C upfront, then the player should be OK with it.
The UK lottery pays the winner the FULL amount, even if there is only ONE winner for a large "rollover" week. The Spanish "El Gordo" pays out EVERYTHING, and similarly so does the Eurolottery. There is NO cap & confiscation of part of the prize fund just because individual winners have won too much.
...Max, when is the next installment due? Are you open for suggestions? If so...I have one.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on webmasters who to this day, insist on promoting Virtual and/or rogue properties.
Ditto here in Canada, VWM. We have some lotteries, usually run by hospitals, etc. that are Cash For Life. These winners get paid a certain amount every week/month, for a certain number of years. We also have scratch cards with the same concept. But most of our large lotteries pay out the winners in one lump sum. We just had two people win the Loto Max jackpot...which was over $54 million (I think). I'm pretty sure they both have ALL their money already.
Maybe in the U.S. some (or most) lotteries do it the way that Love2Win posted...but not here. And no idea about other countries.
Back on track...Max, when is the next instalment due? Are you open for suggestions? If so...I have one.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on webmasters who to this day, insist on promoting Virtual and/or rogue properties. And further, to include players who insist on playing at them. You must have some insight, especially on the player side...given how many complaints you deal with, that maybe we don't even hear about it in re: the rogues I mean. Do you get frustrated as well? Anyway, just a suggestion.
Good question, good suggestion, disappointing answers I'm afraid:
Next installment will be a few weeks yet because I'm still trying to catch up on last year's monthly PAB reports (PAB Archives).
As to the topic, plans were to dig deep into the whole 'max cashout' thing. I've got a maths and gambling expert who wants to work with me on this so it's a golden opportunity to cut the core of this tricky subject.
Might be able to plan the "rogue buddy" webmasters thing for the future.