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  Most misleading info?
Posted by: paggamaggaloo - 11-04-2017, 06:22 PM - Forum: General - Replies (12)

Although I had a flukey good result on this last night (£6 and £50 left off deal - offered me £32 which I took then revealed the 6 was in the box!) I'd say Golden Gamble is really misleading when it tells you "Next board available in 7 games" and flashes BOTH boards so you presume you're getting on the top board. Unfair really. Any others?

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Video Online Casinos/Chasing Losses/Addiction
Posted by: Moff - 10-31-2017, 05:54 AM - Forum: Online Slots - Replies (25)

So I’d been doing really well just playing fruits the way they’re supposed to played, make a profit and leave at the right time without getting crazy impulses to carry on gambling after a win. I was sitting ok with over a grand in the bank with just a few days til payday.. then I had a do on Jackpot King, and ended up losing about £150, say.. then I wasn’t happy with that loss and I wanted it back so spent another £500 on roulette without really winning anything.. next day I spend another 600 on roulette/centurion fortune spins again without winning a fucking thing.. 

Then payday comes and I think it would be a great idea to deposit a modest amount of £50 to try and recuperate some losses.. £50 turned into £380. Now I’m not in a great position so I’ve self-excluded myself voluntarily from about 5 online casinos, added to the multiple casinos I’ve already  self-Excluded from.  Yet there’s still an absolute plethora of casinos I could still join if I really wished.  Hopefully
I’ll keep chipping away, signing up and then self excluding immediately.  I don’t believ GamBlock would work for me.

So, yet again I realise I’m still delusional and that in fact, I’m still a gambler (despite trying hypnotherapy and having positive results which took away any urges to gamble, albeit temporarily) even though I tried to kid myself I was over my 16 year addiction and I’d just continue to make modest money occasionally
playing ‘playables’.

What the hell are we supposed to do to actually not chase our losses? Because ultimately that is one of the main things that keeps us in the ‘game’.  We can’t let go of the thousands we’ve lost over the years.  It might not seem a lot to some of you, the losses I’m going on about, but add these £1000 losses up over 16 years and you soon start to realise how many houses and cars you could’ve owned by now.  How different your life could be. 

I’m thankful I’m not a drug addict, I’ve never smoked and only drink occasionally, albeit to excess.  But maybe I might’ve been better off being a drug user and a smoker because this invisible illness some of us carry weighs us down a hell of a lot, and nobody can see what’s going on behind the smokescreen and the nice image of ourselves we like to portray. 

So yeah I’m rambling on a bit now, and to be honest I don’t even care if nobody replies it’s just nice to get your thoughts off your chest before you drive yourself completely insane.  And it’s kind of cool that nobody really knows who I am so I suppose I can’t really be judged or feel too embarrassed about my admissions.  I still aim to carry on playing fruits, and rebuilding, but I will be contacting GamCare again and self excluding from all bookmakers in my area pretty soon.  So hopefully this time next month I’ll have a more positive outlook on things.. 

Depressing rant over haha

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  The Immortal 300
Posted by: BiffoTheBear - 10-30-2017, 06:34 PM - Forum: Betcom/ Gsquared/ Blueprint - Replies (19)

Another betcom clone just landed in the local boozer. 

Seems alright?

Anyone else had experience of it ?

Thanks

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  When machines were good - Kung Fu
Posted by: Boulderdash - 10-30-2017, 07:46 AM - Forum: General - Replies (25)

Cheerful Pessimist has got up to the 90s with Kung Fu, and what a classic that was.

There was so much to know, compared with today's Betcoms where you just hit start 1000 times until it gives jackpot. You needed to spot the machine numbering 1s and 12s (3s and 8s for JPM of course) before you even committed, then you needed to know the reels to set up nudge wins, know which barcodes were the best etc. Some of the ace machines had wins and features for lining up the numbers on the reels too, so you needed to know another 16 possible win combinations that were't even displayed on the cab.

Proper thinking to earn your stripes as a player. Why can't they do that any more?

Also, there was a fabulous emptier for lining up number wins on the early Ace machines. Wasn't there something on Kung Fu about a feature that gave £16 on a £15 jp machine?

Ed


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  Pub Fruits profit decline....
Posted by: Moff - 10-27-2017, 08:24 PM - Forum: General - No Replies



Interesting video from Cheerful Pessimist.  Pretty sure this topic has been covered a thousand times but thought I’d throw it out there.  Probably goes some way as to explaining why they’re scared to release playable and enjoyable games anymore..

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  3 player alice
Posted by: mr x - 10-27-2017, 05:38 PM - Forum: £5 Jacky's - No Replies

Just a quick one how rare is it to get the 10p and 20p roll  out at the same time

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Smile Moo York sheffield
Posted by: kfcandanal - 10-25-2017, 06:22 PM - Forum: General - Replies (9)

Whoever’s the moo York is near sheffield station, with the popped hold 3. It’s ready, didn’t have time as was coming home

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  Stopandstep 88 fortunes vid
Posted by: kfcandanal - 10-23-2017, 05:01 PM - Forum: General - Replies (4)



Utter shite slot but go to about 17:30 in when he hits the pots. “I’m sure it’s fu and not Fuck you” I’m sure I laughed to much but it’s just his demeanour that gets ne

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Thumbs Down Hypalinx
Posted by: Boulderdash - 10-23-2017, 04:58 PM - Forum: General - Replies (7)

Anyone know him. He seems a nice guy but has been doing mental amounts on his channel since the £13,000 rhino win.

And even the pub fruits have been troubling him. £200 into a toastbusters for a flat.

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  Has Sky Vegas disabled demo play?
Posted by: Mr Move It - 10-20-2017, 05:03 PM - Forum: Online Slots - Replies (8)

I've not done real play online gambling since last year, but I still dabble with demo play on Sky Vegas.  Usually anything that I see as a B3 e.g. Reel King.  On the screenshot, there is a yellow button with real play.  There should be a red button next to it that says demo play, roughly underneath the POTTY letters but it's not there.  I on a VPN but did check beforehand that I'm using a UK-based server.

Is this the case for you fellas too?

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