Three Tales of Online Casino Terror: Casinomeister's Halloween Special

Casinomeister

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Three Tales of Terror:

Smartlive - not so Alive
Every Matrix - Matrix of Doom
Tale of the Software Snatcher


Enter if you dare...
 
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Chipkin9

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Curious about the intro music in your video Bryan.

It's awesome.

Is there an Artist or is it from Stock?

Cheers Bryan,

Chipkin9
 

Casinomeister

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Curious about the intro music in your video Bryan.

It's awesome.

Is there an Artist or is it from Stock?

Cheers Bryan,

Chipkin9

Yep, purchased. :D
 

Jono777

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I'll get my weekends 'brown nosing' out of the way nice and early.

Love these videos, bring on next Halloween!!
 

The Viking

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i knew i had seen that face somewere lol
 

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cheetahwind

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Thank you for the informative video, which of course is always entertaining.

Yet maybe can I ask one question, and I'm sure I know the answer. Yet I want to hear the answer in public myself.

I see in your video you listed BitCasino.io as still a rogue operator with software that isn't licensed. Essentially grouping them in with Affpower casinos and Pamper Casino. Yet last I knew after you sent red flags to the actual casino software providers that there software was being pirated. Last I knew all infringing software has come down, and 2 years later all legit and legal software has been implemented and has stayed that way since.

Plus if your only saying they aren't on the up and up because they used pirated software at one time and will steal your winnings. Explain to me why there are very little legit complaints on the internet of no pay from this casino as long as you follow there terms. Example for me, I can't play Quickfire, Play N Go, and Net Ent software because they don't allow US. The main complaints I see about this casino is from players who though they could cheat the system and use VPN to play these software providers yet were denied when they couldn't provide proof they were not from the US. Yet every time so far I have been paid and even sent gifts from time to time.

Plus to be honest compared to the likes of Club World who would rather accept US Players and use consistent rogue processors to allow players from restricted countries to play. At least I can buy my BTC from a regulated and licensed US company such as Coinbase and Circle. Then also know have a place to complain to if something goes amiss. Compared to the standard answer from Club World or any other US facing electronic card accepting casino that where if the rogue processor decides to steal my card information. They wash there hands of it and claim it's not there fault, because the 3rd party is claiming no foul. Which is awfully funny when the card I used was only used at there online casino.

So other than they had dirty hands at one point, I'm still curious as to why a casino that has straightened up it's act is still being grouped in with casinos that constant prove they don't want to comply with going through the proper channels to get there software.
 

Casinomeister

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I see in your video you listed BitCasino.io as still a rogue operator with software that isn't licensed. Essentially grouping them in with Affpower casinos and Pamper Casino. Yet last I knew after you sent red flags to the actual casino software providers that there software was being pirated. Last I knew all infringing software has come down, and 2 years later all legit and legal software has been implemented and has stayed that way since.
It makes no difference in my opinion whether they had pirated software for two months/two years/ or two decades. They knew that the software was pirated, they lied that it wasn't, and only changed it when they were forced to.

The bottom line is: while the cheating software was up - players were cheated, and so were their affiliates. Did this casino make a public announcement that they had pirated software and was switching to the bona fide version? Did this casino reimburse all play activity that was done while they had the fake games? Nope, I don't think so. So what does that tell you about their business ethics?

As for Club World, I haven't a clue about what, where and how they process funds. They are licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission which is one of the highest rated licensing jurisdictions in my opinion. The KGC is transparent, and their player complaints center is top notch. There has never been a complaint about a no-pay situation with Club World and its brethren. I know the operator personally and can attest to his good standing in this industry.
 
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