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hoff1985

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Hey Guys,

i had today my 3rd withdrawal at Liberty Slots of total 4 deposits. How are your experiences with VegasTech Slots? Are they all extremely low variance? Because i really tried a lot. With Bonus Rounds, without, "old-school" and more modern ones... But with all slots i play i get from time to time really decent hits, every single time.

Of course my cashouts were all in the 200-400$ region, but with 25$ or max. 50$ deposit.

I just have a feeling that if you don't play too risky (too high bets ...) there's a good chance that you will walk away with a decent result. The only time i wasn't able to cashout was when i wanted too much :)

What is your experience with VegasTech Slots? Which are your favorites?

My favorites are:
-> Cleopatra's Pyramid (Bonus Feature can pay pretty decent)
-> Karaoke Cash (Bonus Feature has classic "Deal or no Deal" Gameplay... If you don't risk too much and you're only a little bit lucky, you can walk away most times with at least 20-30x the bet)
-> California Gold (I like it, don't know why though :)
-> Mile High (Bonus Feature / Free Spins can pay really well if the expanded wilds appear on reel 2 + 4)
-> Doctor Love (I don't know why, but everytime i play this one, i get really decent 5-of-a-kind combinations)
-> Dynasty (stacked wilds are pretty cool if they appear a lot)
-> Grail Maiden (A bit higher variance, but you get free spins with "locked" expanded wilds, if it's your lucky day... you will be rich :)

LIBERTY SLOTS: Just one word to the casino... It's without any doubt safe to play there in my opinion. Docs were verified in 6 hours in my case, and i got all cashouts in 48-72 hours. There is unfortunately a 48 hours "reversal" period, but yeah, i can live with that...
 

hoff1985

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Oh i am so sorry!!! I have overseen that!!! I i woul have seen that they are in the rogue section i wpuld never have deposited there....!

Sorry i didn't know about these licensing isdues etc. I had a great experience and 3 hassle free cashouts so it was safe for me.... :(


I AM SORRY for suggesting a casino which is in the rogue list. Maybe i am that lucky guy that has a great experience with this casino... Fingers crossed.
 

hoff1985

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rainmaker said:
You will find some relevant threads if you follow the link that maphesto posted.

I checked it... I also flipped through the forum posts... Again sorry for my suggestion, but tbh for my personal experience its a safe casino. I alsp know people that won more money and they got paid too. I didn't hear of any cases of players didn't get paid at Liberty Slots for weird reasons... But i see the point of these licensing issues etc.

Thanks guys....
 

weplant

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Well, Congrats on your wins...I am in the USA so limited places I can play. I have tried Liberty Slots, just never hit anything..I am glad you
are getting paid quickly...Keep it up:thumbsup:
 

vinylweatherman

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I checked it... I also flipped through the forum posts... Again sorry for my suggestion, but tbh for my personal experience its a safe casino. I alsp know people that won more money and they got paid too. I didn't hear of any cases of players didn't get paid at Liberty Slots for weird reasons... But i see the point of these licensing issues etc.

Thanks guys....

Many US players had a positive experience with EWX, and even casinos were recommending them as a viable option. It was secrecy that helped them vanish without a trace, with no point of contact for players owed thousands. If they had a proper regulatory framework, and not a secret one, those owed money could trace the company and claim it back. This is the BIG problem with playing at an unlicensed casino. They can't have a secret license as none of the licensing jurisdictions would allow this - each has a requirement that licensing information is displayed on the website, and in a way that can be checked. The only way they can have a secret license is to have made up their own jurisdiction, or obtained a non gaming license so that they can claim to be licensed, but they dare not show this license as it will be clear it is not a gaming license.

So far, they have not jerked around the US player, but their secretive structure is such that they can bail at a moments notice, and be uncontactable and untraceable, along with the money. If this were to happen, perhaps because the Feds got too close for comfort, players would be left with no money, no point of contact, and no idea where to start looking.
 

Diane

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WI
My understanding about Liberty Slots ----- knowing someone will correct me if I am *wrong* ------is that Bryan put them in that category for their failure to disclose rather significant details about their licensing.

From my personal experience, Liberty Slots has paid timely, without hassle, and I enjoy the games there as a change in pace from the usual diet of RTG available to us in USA.

However, anytime you play at a non-accredited site, you are at risk.

Diane
 

rena35

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All i can speak on is my experience from them.I deposited twice and i didnt take a bonus.I lost quickly both time on small bets.I also play the freerolls.I havent had a good experience there and im not surprised they are rogued.
 

hoff1985

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I think to call them "rogue" is a bit too much. The only issue there is that these guys are not licensed or don't tell them your license. I agree, this is a big thing, but just because you lust quickly doesn't make them rogue. Also the software has been proofed as fair.

From my experience: I think if i remember it right i had 5 deposits and 2 cashouts, both between 200 and 400$ and these were paid in 2-3 days always.

But i don't know why they don't try to get of this licensing issue.... Can't be that much of a problem
 

vinylweatherman

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I think to call them "rogue" is a bit too much. The only issue there is that these guys are not licensed or don't tell them your license. I agree, this is a big thing, but just because you lust quickly doesn't make them rogue. Also the software has been proofed as fair.

From my experience: I think if i remember it right i had 5 deposits and 2 cashouts, both between 200 and 400$ and these were paid in 2-3 days always.

But i don't know why they don't try to get of this licensing issue.... Can't be that much of a problem

It isn't, just apply for a gaming license from Curacao, which will leave them lightly regulated but free to make their own decisions about accepting US players. They will then have a registered point of contact, plus the fact that Curacao might help place players in contact if things went wrong. Their ONLY strength is that they do not jerk around the US player. Now, how do they manage this when much of this jerking around is the result of UIGEA and the need to duck & dive to keep the payments flowing smoothly. They seem to have a very special processor that is far better than those available to other US facing casinos, and it can't be Linwood since the FBI shut their sting operation down a couple of years ago. Maybe they have found another, and Liberty Slots has blundered into their trap. As with Linwood, there would be 2 or 3 years of stellar processing performance, since the FBI would be allowing it in order to gather evidence, just as Linwood was able to offer stellar performance for a couple of years before the trap was sprung. Such stings have brought down EWX and Quicktender by providing intelligence on how things were being done - players never saw their money again with EWX, and many never managed to get thers out of Quicktender, even though Quicktender created a procedure for it's return, one that turned out to be unworkable in the majority of cases.
 

rockycatt

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if i recall it correctly Bryan was ready to put them into accredited list ,put it out to the forum and got negative response from aff's first
then a person brought up the [were is the license thing]

but i'm thinking that Bryan in his position must of had something [knowledge ] about them/ owner's in order to put it to the floor
for a vote [his position alone gives him way more inside knowledge than a player ]
 
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