Gambling Article Player hits near £50k win playing Casinomeister Slot

bamberfishcake

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As a brand new player, seemingly just joined, would they be allowed to bet that big?

Im no expert but i think casinos have some kind of flagging for that dont they? I would want to look closely at any player on my site joining and betting £50's.

Nice to see a big win on the CM game though.
 

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I have a feeling watching the bandit's last vid with that new millionaire box game, that these gamble pyramids will be banned next, typical of btg to incorporate an alternative tilting mechanism once the bonus buys were outlawed [or ukgc requested their removal, not sure they've made it formal in their rules yet]

edit: my mistake for quick reading it, "Using the gamble function on a suit, he then turned the £6,850 into the staggering £48,680. " so it wasn't one of those pyramid/elevator stage gambles but the other type when you choose a card suit or colour.
 
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I have a feeling watching the bandit's last vid with that new millionaire box game, that these gamble pyramids will be banned next, typical of btg to incorporate an alternative tilting mechanism once the bonus buys were outlawed [or ukgc requested their removal, not sure they've made it formal in their rules yet]

edit: my mistake for quick reading it, "Using the gamble function on a suit, he then turned the £6,850 into the staggering £48,680. " so it wasn't one of those pyramid/elevator stage gambles but the other type when you choose a card suit or colour.

LOL...if it wasn't The Bandit it was someone who's watched him...:)
 

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On top of this. the day before we had a player who placed a £5 spin on Book of Christmas, got the feature and the christmas man as special expanding symbol. Hit full screen and walked away with £25000. It seems December is the month to play at L&L casinos, unlucky I cant play there :)
 

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On top of this. the day before we had a player who placed a £5 spin on Book of Christmas, got the feature and the christmas man as special expanding symbol. Hit full screen and walked away with £25000. It seems December is the month to play at L&L casinos, unlucky I cant play there :)
Stick a couple of hundred bonus in my account and we can split the winnings lol.
 

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Well here’s hoping my session tonight can bring me some luck came home from night shift this morning to find the cold water storage tank in the loft had split over night spilling 50 gallons of water into the spare room and hall stairs and landing.
To be told that home insurance dosnt cover wear and tear £1670 to replace the tank out of my pocket and they bumped my access from £150 to £300 even tho the policy says £150 (what a day from hell)
 

danofthewibble

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On top of this. the day before we had a player who placed a £5 spin on Book of Christmas, got the feature and the christmas man as special expanding symbol. Hit full screen and walked away with £25000. It seems December is the month to play at L&L casinos, unlucky I cant play there :)

See, that’s a win to shout about! Still a high net, but within the reasons of being realistic still!
 

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Well here’s hoping my session tonight can bring me some luck came home from night shift this morning to find the cold water storage tank in the loft had split over night spilling 50 gallons of water into the spare room and hall stairs and landing.
To be told that home insurance dosnt cover wear and tear £1670 to replace the tank out of my pocket and they bumped my access from £150 to £300 even tho the policy says £150 (what a day from hell)
That's bull - that is accidental damage and exactly what it should cover. Try asking them again, or if they don't play ball appeal to the Ombudsman if they are alleging it's your fault. They always play the same game, avoidance of liability and hope you lie down and take it up the arse.

Maybe not paying for the tank, but are they covering decoration, carpets etc.?
 

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That's bull - that is accidental damage and exactly what it should cover. Try asking them again, or if they don't play ball appeal to the Ombudsman if they are alleging it's your fault. They always play the same game, avoidance of liability and hope you lie down and take it up the arse.

Maybe not paying for the tank, but are they covering decoration, carpets etc.?
Yup already threatened them with the Ombudsman they are sticking by the wear and tear crap currently no water/no heat/no electricity anything up to 10 for the damaged to be assed.
The Emergency spark was meant to phone 5 hours ago transpires he quit 3 months ago the drama continues.
 
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