- Oct 15, 2004
Didn't it use to be on Casinomeister's approved list? I don't see it anymore. Problems?
jamiester said:read this thread:
I believe they were removed because of the issues outlined in that thread. There is much belief among players that there is something fishy about their software and their "98% certified" payout claim as well.
Hardly. I can name you a handful of Cryptos, RTGs and Playtechs, and many Microgamings, that do the above.eek said:Finding places that:
1 pay out winnings
2 have decent customer service
Is hard enough for most players.
eek said:But if you have 2 places you can play at and the one with the gorgeous graphics has bad CS or payout problems, while the one with the crappy graphics has no payout or CS issues....
Where are you going to play if you're a slots player ?
William Hill has a horrendous CS reputation, how many people have avoided the place because of this ?
...nice graphics tho...
I will have to disagree with this. You need look no further than the purported video poker machines available in most arcades in the UK.if you have a machine showing a deck of cards, it's pretty much universal law/etiquette that it works on real odds, the ones associated with a real deck of cards
spearmaster said:I will have to disagree with this. You need look no further than the purported video poker machines available in most arcades in the UK.
The issue is that Slotland actually claimed that this was video poker, and conforming to Vegas standards, which clearly was not the case.
Other than that, they are a reputable and safe operation.
dominique said:I never saw them claiming that their slots conformed to Vegas Video Poker standards. In any case, they do not claim that now. And have not in a long time.
Vegas is full of slots depicting cards. I personally like slots depicting cards and play them.
Slotland has always done right by its players, pays out well and is a very reputable place.
If you don't like HTML software, don't play there.
You may try your luck at the Jacks Or Better, the game based on the most classic video poker ever.
Striking Sevens machine is similar to popular Deuces Wild video poker. In this game
enjoy exciting triple play action at the WildHeart based on Double Joker video poker machine.
casinomeister said:Just to set the record straight and to eliminate any speculation, here's the deal on Slotland.
Slotland was listed here for a number of years with virtually no problems nor complaints. When the issues about some of their game descriptions were brought to my attention - I tried having these clarified, but unfortunately they were a bit too slow in rectifying these problems. They were on a media buy here at Casinomeister, so when their campaign lapsed I let them go (there were no Slotland aff links at Casinomeister - wish I had a nickel every time I've said this). Also, I've been tightening up some of the conditions on being listed here as well. The licensing jurisdiction (Anjouan) doesn't give me a warm fuzzy feeling.
But nevertheless, Slotland has been in the business for a long time. I've had a very good relationship with them, and have even visited their offices in Prague. They have a high profile with webmasters, and as far as I'm concerned, they treat their players well and have always conducted themselves in a very professional manner (sans the problematic ad copy). I honestly don't think that webmasters who tout Slotland are motivated to say nice things by their affiliate paychecks, but by the fact that Slotland satisfies its customers. I rarely had a problem with them when they were listed here.