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Only when you are trying to get rid of it...

Discussion in 'GENERAL DISCUSSION' started by chillymellow, Jul 4, 2015.

  1. chillymellow

    chillymellow WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Too many bonuses in a row and I was trying to dump my balance before my tournament winnings came in. Shoulda known the Stooges would trip me up! disorderinthecourt.jpg
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  2. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    So in this particular case 99x bet was a bad thing?
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  3. chillymellow

    chillymellow WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Could have been a better thing at a better time. My fault though. I was on a deadline to get rid of the ill-gotten balance. Good practice, though, so not necessarily a bad thing.
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  5. chillymellow

    chillymellow WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Online Casino ethics. I sometimes think about things from too many perspectives but here I go again.

    So how wrong is it of someone (i won't mention my...uh..your, uh....any names...) to use bonuses when they can even though they never intend to cash out? Well, it's a good way to get nickels for the 5 cent tourneys - just get it down below one dollar, your playthrough disappears and there you have almost 20 add-ons for your tourney. And playthrough attempts are a good way to get your comp points up (if you are allowed by the system) to a useable level. I would not blame anyone for getting creative especially at sites that hand out ND Bonuses like crack candy every day. Everyone knows you will never get your cashout, so have fun without having to be playing in fun mode. Real play just feels different somehow.

    I am sure that if they wanted to they could track every penny and it's location in their casino and give you a 'you've been very bad' lecture or worse. So don't do it if you can't stand the consequences that could happen to you. But, if you are just hell bent on creative nickel gathering, you may as well give in to your awful desires just don't count on anything actually trickling down and into your bank account. It's almost like fishing without a license. Hard to deny what you are doing when you are caught with your lure in the water. Or like George on Seinfeld having sex with the cleaning lady at the office -
    ' oh, is that frowned upon here? I wasn't sure.'

    One more thing, do the people who work at the casinos go home and get online and gamble, ever? If not, why not - do they know something we don't or are they just tired of it after a hard day's work of catching bonus abusers and other sordid criminals or passing out the free chips that got us all into this conversation? Anyone else wonder meaninglessly about stuff like this? Probably just me...
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  6. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    Real play really does feel different than fun mode. Why is that? Especially when a player knows they are not going to see a dime of winnings from that crack. ;)

    And I do wonder if online casino employees play also. Too bad I don't know an employee who works for online casinos unless affiliate managers count as people who work at the casino. I've gotten quite chummy with a support rep at one of the groups and may ask her sometime.
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  7. signman48

    signman48 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    I wonder too Mben, Please ask her
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  8. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    I will. :)

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