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Tallahassee fame for the 'Meister!

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by jetset, May 17, 2005.

    May 17, 2005
  1. jetset

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    Casinomeister in the news again! See final paragraph here.
     
  2. May 19, 2005
  3. dave_r

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    Actually Bryan has received even more fame.

    Check the May 23 issue of Newsweek magazine, now on store shelves.

    It mentions www.casinomeister.com and You must register/login in order to see the link., by name, as industry watchdogs.

    Although nothing negative is mentioned about either site, this has to be one of the most negative (and downright truthful) articles I have ever read.

    It paints a very bleak picture (for the player) of brick & mortor gaming and especially of online gaming. After reading the article twice, I want to go on record as stating that this article most accurately portrays my own views on the subject.

    Shakckelford was quoted briefly in the article (regarding brick & mortor slot machines) .

    Other quotes were taken from Casino-On-Net's spokesman Richard Bloch, Bodog.com's founder Calvin Ayre, and GoldenPalace.com's spokesman Steven Baker.

    While you may not agree with the author Kim Clark's views, she throughly researched this topic. I personally believe that certain major casino software developers are running a rigged game and/or cheating thier own fanchisees.
     
  4. May 21, 2005
  5. dave_r

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    Correction:

    The article was in US News and World Report.
     

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