Rocknrolla
#41
He works in Aldi on the tills.
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#42
(11-17-2016, 02:22 PM)ReggieK Wrote: He's quite high up in a London bank, but £9000 spins are crazy no matter what you earn

Say he's on £100k a year even, that's around £70k after tax, so betting 6 weeks wages a spin ?

(01-13-2017, 09:09 AM)playford7 Wrote:
(01-13-2017, 01:29 AM)PTF85 Wrote: How do you know he works in a London Bank? I thought he lived in Bournemouth. Doubt he travels that far to work everyday!

He doesn't

Didn't think so. Dunno why everyone is so fascinated with asking that question so much?
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(01-13-2017, 04:40 PM)PTF85 Wrote:
(11-17-2016, 02:22 PM)ReggieK Wrote: He's quite high up in a London bank, but £9000 spins are crazy no matter what you earn

Say he's on £100k a year even, that's around £70k after tax, so betting 6 weeks wages a spin ?

(01-13-2017, 09:09 AM)playford7 Wrote:
(01-13-2017, 01:29 AM)PTF85 Wrote: How do you know he works in a London Bank? I thought he lived in Bournemouth. Doubt he travels that far to work everyday!

He doesn't

Didn't think so. Dunno why everyone is so fascinated with asking that question so much?

Probably because he gambles money like it's going out of fashion, your average person can't do that.
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#44
Having said that I would say the bandit is down more than rock n rolls over the last month or so. Irrelevant of the stake if you are playing slots at 95% rtp it doesn't matter what the stake you wouldn't expect to lost your bankroll over a 3 hour stream. I've seen Paul doing 4-7 quid spins for hours and basically finish up on what he started with.
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(01-13-2017, 10:05 PM)danielj Wrote: Having said that I would say the bandit is down more than rock n rolls over the last month or so. Irrelevant of the stake if you are playing slots at 95% rtp it doesn't matter what the stake you wouldn't expect to lost your bankroll over a 3 hour stream. I've seen Paul doing 4-7 quid spins for hours and basically finish up on what he started with.

But bandit records over like 5-7 hrs. Just highlights the bonuses obviously
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(01-13-2017, 10:43 PM)PTF85 Wrote:
(01-13-2017, 10:05 PM)danielj Wrote: Having said that I would say the bandit is down more than rock n rolls over the last month or so. Irrelevant of the stake if you are playing slots at 95% rtp it doesn't matter what the stake you wouldn't expect to lost your bankroll over a 3 hour stream. I've seen Paul doing 4-7 quid spins for hours and basically finish up on what he started with.

But bandit records over like 5-7 hrs. Just highlights the bonuses obviously

Paul normally does 3-4 hour streams, I would say they play for a similar amount of time really. I think the  point I'm making is that if you are going to bust it's going to happen regardless of what stake you are on. A 500 bankroll with 1 pound spins is no different to 2 grand on 5 quid spins really.
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#47
Rocknrolla plays 90% of the time quite low to medium variance games on these stakes. You'll notice when he plays something like dead or alive the stake goes down to around the £3 mark. While the bandit plays pretty much every game and often plays games that are clearly abit shit but people request them and it's filling video time so that doesn't help
Marching on together
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#48
Rocknrolla seems to do really well most of time, he's live now if anyone interested, he won early today and had 3 grand about 2 hours now up to 6 and half grand, him and the bandit streams are very entertaining mind, don't know how rolla, manages 3-5 hours streaming and more often than not in profit, good luck to him, it's keeping me of the fruits and slots, having a gamble free month, was well on the tilt before crimbo.
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#49
33p to £8.8k lolol

Nuts!
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#50
was it really from last 38p?!! how??!
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#51
Had balance up at £6.5k loaded up roulette balance quickly down to £2k for an all in spin which came in!

Ended up cashing out £8k from £2.5k deposit so fair play, he did have £9.5k at one point but it only let him withdraw £8k max so he started doing £100 slot spins to burn the remainder off lol
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(01-15-2017, 01:33 AM)ridye Wrote: Had balance up at £6.5k loaded up roulette balance quickly down to £2k for an all in spin which came in!

Ended up cashing out £8k from £2.5k deposit so fair play, he did have £9.5k at one point but it only let him withdraw £8k max so he started doing £100 slot spins to burn the remainder off lol

His videos are becoming dangerous now.  How many times can he come to the last spin/gamble and he will luck out?  Just doesn't happen like that for the rest of us so god knows what he isn't showing us.

He talks about having a massive loss in the last few weeks but has never posted the video.
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#53
If he lost the attitude it would be a start!
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(01-15-2017, 09:35 AM)nottsboy3040 Wrote: If he lost the attitude it would be a start!

pot kettle black
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#55
Is this a game? Trainers green stripes
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(01-15-2017, 10:04 AM)shapesy Wrote:
(01-15-2017, 09:35 AM)nottsboy3040 Wrote: If he lost the attitude it would be a start!

pot kettle black

(01-15-2017, 02:40 PM)nottsboy3040 Wrote: Is this a game? Trainers green stripes

This is a phrase that states that the person you are talking to is calling you something that they themselves are (and generally in abundance).

This comes from old times when pots and pans were generally black and kettles were generally metallic and reflective. Therefore the pot sees its black reflection in the kettle and thinks that the kettle is black.

*this can also sometimes be shortened to "pot, kettle, black."*
Believe nothing without facts or your own research and trust nobody but yourself,  but most of all be open minded and kind to everyone and everything...


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#57
I was being sarcy - never mind. I watched through the "highlights" of Sir Rolla`s show - yes I`m guilty. His general attitude to me seems a bit corrupt, am I jealous (maybe but not really). The crowd went wild when he started offering freebie credits, I mean really!!! Flood alert. Good luck to him I just find him on a personal level to be convoluted with his "hurry up" quick comments and God-esque vibes. His own lack of ability to control the spin button ( yes I suffer from that too) and lack of respect for tipping dealers etc was why I made my comment.
Not bothered where he lives , I`m sure the God himself will come here to back his own status as #1 Twichy streamer.
Rant over.
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(01-15-2017, 06:50 PM)nottsboy3040 Wrote: I was being sarcy - never mind. I watched through the "highlights" of Sir Rolla`s show - yes I`m guilty. His general attitude to me seems a bit corrupt, am I jealous (maybe but not really).  The crowd went wild when he started offering freebie credits, I mean really!!! Flood alert. Good luck to him I just find him on a personal level to be convoluted with his "hurry up" quick comments and God-esque vibes.  His own lack of ability to control the spin button ( yes I suffer from that too) and lack of respect for tipping dealers etc was why I made my comment.
Not bothered where he lives , I`m sure the God himself will come here to back his own status as #1 Twichy streamer.
Rant over.

The God is here haha!!
I dont quite get the point you were saying about offering freebie credits?? When I have a big balance I like to give my subs and followers a chance to win some money/prizes whats wrong with that, you only have to be subbed or a follower to have a chance! Your entitled to your opinion but then I hope you must have the same opinion about the other streamers as no other streamer does that!! With the hurry up bit, last night there were around 1,500 people watching so I want to give as many a chance as possible and a few that won would comment about other stuff rather than what they wanted the money on which would hold everything up. 
Tipping online dealers I had no idea you could even do that, and even now that I do not sure I ever would unless it was that Devin guy, I was there for a long session or someone that I conversed with. Live in an actual casino yes but online does anyone actually do that??
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(01-15-2017, 02:12 AM)Softytop Wrote:
(01-15-2017, 01:33 AM)ridye Wrote: Had balance up at £6.5k loaded up roulette balance quickly down to £2k for an all in spin which came in!

Ended up cashing out £8k from £2.5k deposit so fair play, he did have £9.5k at one point but it only let him withdraw £8k max so he started doing £100 slot spins to burn the remainder off lol

His videos are becoming dangerous now.  How many times can he come to the last spin/gamble and he will luck out?  Just doesn't happen like that for the rest of us so god knows what he isn't showing us.

He talks about having a massive loss in the last few weeks but has never posted the video.

It wasn't actually 2.5k deposit. I had a huge win from total - 4k deposits and thats why when I went to cash the 9k I was at my withdrawal limit so could only cash the 8k. Haha the £100 spins I would only do in this sort of situation and hope to have a world breaker hit one day and this is way to give me that chance.

There is a fair amount I dont show, some losses and some wins. I am a gambler that records my action when I can, majority of the time not doing it for the sake of my channel just recording what I do, hence why quite often I have to put music over them as the surroundings arent exactly setup for making a video. There is a big loss video and have told everyone the amount I lost 34k (winnings). The reason I'm still thinking about putting it up, is I received a lot of abuse/threats when I put up the video where I lost 18k. You need to show the losses as well as the wins and I have no issue with this as for me they are just as entertaining, but a lot of people will picture that money as their own and will respond with the approach of what that money meant to them! I am still going to put it up but just not in a rush to do it at the moment
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i also did reply to all the original comments but did it on my saying hello post a week or so ago as my first post rather than replying to this thread
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