PirateofC21 and RTG / Montanaoverseas

Pirateofc21

Dormant account
Joined
Jan 17, 2004
Location
On the Sea.
Hello everybody. I have been away for a while but I am now back and would love to hear from anyone who has been using the RTG complaints link that Bryan has provided with a positive outcome.
 

Pirateofc21

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Joined
Jan 17, 2004
Location
On the Sea.
What happened?

I decided to take a settlement that they were offering. At the time it was the best option for all involved. Seeing the issues that continue to haunt some RTG casinos though, I see that nothing much has changed. It's just a shame that some operators bring down the name of RTG. They could really use the help of a player of some notoriety. There are RTG casinos that play fairly and pay promptly without a hassle.
 

SubliminalOne

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Joined
Apr 6, 2005
Location
United States
Last summer, I submitted a case regarding delayed payments with Cirrus Casino. It ended up being resolved directly with the Casino.

Sorry to hear that you didn't get what you truly earned. Would a casino take a settlement from a player who lost 1 million dollars?
 

tim5ny

Quit Gambling
Joined
Jun 8, 2003
Pirateofc21 said:
Mostly RTG's but I do play at a couple of Wagerlogic casinos and some Microgaming as well.
As far as Pirates go, you're more famous than Blackbeard. Welcome back! :cheers:
 

caruso

Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll
Joined
Jan 16, 2002
Location
England
tim5ny said:
As far as Pirates go, you're more famous than Blackbeard. Welcome back! :cheers:
He's not back, our subliminal friend bumped an ancient thread. The last post dates from July 2004.
 

gfkostas

Ex-Bonus Whore
Joined
Sep 3, 2003
Location
UK
SubliminalOne said:
Sorry to hear that you didn't get what you truly earned. Would a casino take a settlement from a player who lost 1 million dollars?
Exactly.The casinos should have paid or close down:mad:
 

phynqster

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Joined
Jul 15, 2004
Location
los angeles, ca
some casinos do negotiate player losses when they do become excessive Have been there and had to do that. Not all players are treated the same, some players get cash advances, and special comps and such, but that is less than 1% of the gambling public.
Last I knew of the Pirate, he was going through some serious health issues. My prayers go out to him and his family.
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
Joined
Jun 30, 1998
Location
Bierland
phynqster said:
some casinos do negotiate player losses when they do become excessive Have been there and had to do that. Not all players are treated the same, some players get cash advances, and special comps and such, but that is less than 1% of the gambling public.
Last I knew of the Pirate, he was going through some serious health issues. My prayers go out to him and his family.
Actually, I just heard from him a couple of weeks ago,. He's still out there nailing some casinos.
 

SubliminalOne

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Apr 6, 2005
Location
United States
Casinomeister said:
Actually, I just heard from him a couple of weeks ago,. He's still out there nailing some casinos.
Just curious, what's your take on all of this? In reading some of Pirate's old posts, he infers he's part of a "crew." Kinda of makes you wonder if it's not just simply pure luck that a person can constantly achieve a positive expectation from games with built-in house advantages.
 

derelict

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Joined
Dec 1, 2005
Location
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I was never able to use the Montana system for technical reasons. The first time I logged in, I saw some old tickets from other people? Later I was able to file a ticket of my own, but the comment submit button to update the ticket does nothing in both IE and Firefox. I tried to tell them it was resolved and not to worry about it, but even now I can't get it to work and they don't seem to read their emails.
 

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