Why so many 3dice threads?

Atlanta

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I understand that 3dice casino is great casino. I've played there for several months and have never had a losing session. But why so many 3dice threads? I would like to see these titles grouped together.
 

babs7262

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hi

It's new to most of us and I think there is like a questions one about money, another one about giving input on behalf of Enzo's request and I just made one because Im so elated on how fast they paid

Besides, there are tons of RTG hate threads, whats wrong with having alot of positive ones?

Some were done at the same time too. Its just a new thing to most of us, kinda like when baskin robbins comes out with a new flavor!
 

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I might not be the sharpest marble in the box, but I think it's because people are excited to have found the next best thing since sliced ice cream... but yeah, there are lots of them all of a sudden.
 

babs7262

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Maybe one of the Mods can consolidate, It's just nice to see a bunch of happy threads instead of "dont play at ....." or "do you believe this?"

Lets just relish in it while we can for the time being and maybe things will simmer down
 

winbig

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Maybe one of the Mods can consolidate, It's just nice to see a bunch of happy threads instead of "dont play at ....." or "do you believe this?"

Lets just relish in it while we can for the time being and maybe things will simmer down
so true....

If I had a nickel for every similar "don't play at xxx casino" thread, I'd be a rich man.
 

jetset

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I agree there's probably an air of excitement over a casino management that's actually interested in its players (kudos, Enzo!) and pays in a timely and businesslike manner.

But there's also perhaps an unfamiliarity with how the forum mechanics work - I think many posters just hit the "new thread" button without realising that you can resurrect previous threads and add your experiences to those.
 

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