Thanks to 32red & CM

shaunm

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I'd like to say a big thanks to 32red and everyone on this forum :D

I am new to slots and Casino's and with the advice of Simmo, Audi, and a few others, i was pointed in the direction of 32red.

After about 20 minutes i thought my first proper experience at an online casino had gone Pete Tong (wrong your you americans he he) when i was down 30 and had nothin to show for it, then my luck changed and i won big off a 45p bet :) I then withdrew 80.

I realised i hadnt had my sign up bonus so i contacted 32red and it was sorted with in about 2 minutes, i then played with the bonus and managed to withdraw another 65.

On my Second day i won 514 off my 3rd 90p spin and withdrew immediately, 3 or 4 day's later and the total of around 670 is in my bank account :yahoo:

No questions asked, no need for ID. So i'd like to thank 32red for giving me a great first time experience, and thank you CM members for pointing me in the right direction :notworthy
 

happygobrokey

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nice. yes they are class. and i took them for a total of about 850 quid last week as well. don't spend it all in one place! :thumbsup:
 

cynthial

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What a nice post Shaun, congrats. :thumbsup:
I wiki'd Pete Tong for the benefit of us Yanks. We may be like mushrooms but we are thirsty for knowledge. :)

Pete Tong (born July 1960) is a British DJ who works for BBC Radio 1 in the United Kingdom. Tong has also worked as a record producer.

The phrase "It's all gone a bit Pete Tong", where the name is used as cockney rhyming slang for "wrong", was reputedly first coined by Mark Radcliffe.

It's All Gone Pete Tong is also the title of a 2004 film which portrays a DJ's experiences as he realises he is becoming deaf. Tong appears briefly in the film as himself.
 

thetic

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Bloody hell cynthia, you've now made me feel v. old by pointing out that the DJ who introduced me to Hell's Party, Praga Khan (wiki that and see what you get!) and so many other of the tunes of my youth is fast approaching 50 :eek:

Amazing how quickly 15-20 years passes!!!
 

thetic

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Just did it, what does Wiki not know???

Praga Khan (real name: Maurice Engelen) is an early techno music musician. His Belgian New Beat style stems back to the 1980s when techno came out of the Belgian underground.

Praga Khan teamed up with Jade 4 U and Oliver Adams to form Lords of Acid (also known as "Digital Orgasm") in the late 1980s. Praga Khan's most famous solo work is the rave anthem "Injected with a Poison".

Khan is one of the pioneers of the acid house/rave sound and has contributed to the theatrical scene with his musical collaborations in The Next Dimension and Code Red. A lucky break also happened when Paul Verhoeven, during the shooting of Basic Instinct, walked into "The Limelight" disco in New York, looking for a song for his movie. When the track "Rave the Rhythm" was played, he stepped up to the DJ and asked who that was. The song was included on the soundtrack, after which a whole bunch of other movies followed including Sliver, Virtuosity, Strange Days and Bad Lieutenant. He also composed the soundtrack for the video game Mortal Kombat with Oliver Adams as The Immortals.
 

Kaynos72

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I'd like to say a big thanks to 32red and everyone on this forum :D

I am new to slots and Casino's and with the advice of Simmo, Audi, and a few others, i was pointed in the direction of 32red.

After about 20 minutes i thought my first proper experience at an online casino had gone Pete Tong (wrong your you americans he he) when i was down 30 and had nothin to show for it, then my luck changed and i won big off a 45p bet :) I then withdrew 80.

I realised i hadnt had my sign up bonus so i contacted 32red and it was sorted with in about 2 minutes, i then played with the bonus and managed to withdraw another 65.

On my Second day i won 514 off my 3rd 90p spin and withdrew immediately, 3 or 4 day's later and the total of around 670 is in my bank account :yahoo:

No questions asked, no need for ID. So i'd like to thank 32red for giving me a great first time experience, and thank you CM members for pointing me in the right direction :notworthy
It's so nice to read positive experiences. If all casinos were like 32red it would be awesome. Seeing your icon, i guess you won that 514$ from a .90 bid on Thunderstruck ?
 

shaunm

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It's so nice to read positive experiences. If all casinos were like 32red it would be awesome. Seeing your icon, i guess you won that 514$ from a .90 bid on Thunderstruck ?
yes it was on Thuderstruck, had a couple goes on Hitman and Tomb Raider but didn't really like them to much. It was basically a $1.81 to win $1,033 so its about 570x my total bet.
 

happygobrokey

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i thought pete tong was a guy from the monkees, but that's peter tork, right? i think his mom or dad invented wite-out. wiki it. :thumbsup:
 

AudiManinBoro

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Congratulations Shaun WTg :D however i do admit surprise on 32red allowing you the signup bonus AFTER youve made a withdrawal lol well done all the same :)
 

shaunm

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yeah i was pretty surprised as well :oops: so again hats off, i'll be returning to their casino again :thumbsup:
 

Christoff

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I actually work one floor below the 32Red guys and they are a fantastic bunch when outside having a ciggie :thumbsup:

If only you guys knew what they thought..............only joking, they are a cracking lot and a pleasure to meet outside first thing in the morning when you can't even open your eyes.
 

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