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Landbased Casinos in general: Played despite lockdown (Page 2)

Topic created on 10th Apr. 2024 | Page: 2 of 4 | Answers: 46 | Views: 2,384
Donnie
Expert
He will certainly have kept his mouth shut when he was let in and if he had won he would have left without a word

It won't happen, but it could trigger a wave of lawsuits. Player sues hall wants money back and damages because he was let in. Hall blames the authorities for incorrect data. The authorities deny responsibility and claim that Halle did not adhere to the OASIS blocking system. Halle pays the player his money back, but sues the authority for possible lost revenue. So everyone sues everyone else and a tricky situation arises, oh dear🤣

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Fortunateli

Max_Bet wrote on April 10th, 2024 at 10:54 am:

Yes she let you in and I'm sure you quickly found out that gambling works too. At that moment you could/must have ended your "test". But you kept playing and now you want your money back 😂

Short and sweet, crisply summarized😂😉

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Extra_Leiner
So according to the trade office, you can't get it back.

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Rasmik12
Top Member

Extra_Leiner wrote on 10.04.2024 at 14:45: So according to the trade office you can't get it back.


Then you got an answer.

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Extra_Leiner
I actually reached the arcade operator and he said that I will actually get the money back but wants to sue me for fraud, I can only say that he won't get away with it anyway.

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dazzle_tea
Amateur
apart from the specific case here, i ask myself what the point of the whole system is if it doesn't work?
it's there so that people who are really addicted or at Risk can protect themselves and be protected.
in my opinion, it's the only real point of the unhappiness contract that makes sense. and if it doesn't work, that's just downright shabby.

but if it does work and the operator doesn't give a damn, then the question of guilt is clear to me.

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Langhans
Expert

Extra_Leiner wrote on 10.04.2024 at 20:30: I actually reached the arcade operator he said that I will actually get the money back but wants to sue me for fraud can only say that he won't get away with it anyway.

just take it easy yesterday and today or spin 20€ in a Curacao booth, I think it would have been more relaxed for everyone involved than your Spielo project

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gamble1
Legend
Donnie wrote on April 10th, 2024 at 11:55 am:

The question is, when he was let in, did he mention directly that he was actually banned? How would the supervisor know about the mistake? They can only check the data



Yes, but they didn't, otherwise the block would have been displayed


With Oasis there is no error, at most the thing is offline for maintenance like we had recently and then there is a corresponding notice and new customers who are not yet in the store have to wait point

Letting people play without checking is stupid because you can't blame an addict (and only these are usually in there) if he tries to play out of addiction pressure! It's the same breaking out of prison is not a crime because you have a natural urge to be free, it's just that crimes are usually committed during the escape, such as damage to property if you break your cell door

@TE

You should urgently convey that you are the most addicted gambler in the world because if you are not, it is 100000000 % fraud

But seriously, why on earth would you want to test something like that? What's the point of testing a system that's been working well for years and only affects gambling addicts who need a break? Doesn't make any sense

Wouldn't you rather take a gambling hall hop that doesn't play by the rules? Was that possibly your trusted arcade after your ban due to Gambling addiction?

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Hanshanshans
Expert

Donnie wrote on 10.04.2024 at 12:33: He will have kept his mouth shut when he was let in and if he had won he would have left without a word

Won't happen but could trigger a proper wave of lawsuits. Player sues Halle for money back and damages because he was let in. Hall blames the authorities for incorrect data. Authorities deny responsibility and claim that Halle did not adhere to the OASIS blocking system. Halle pays the player his money back, but sues the authority for possible lost revenue. So everyone sues everyone else and a tricky situation arises, oh dear🤣

Extra_Leiner wrote on 10.04.2024 at 20:30: I actually reached the arcade operator he said that I will actually get the money back but wants to sue me for fraud can only say he won't get away with it anyway.

Now everyone is really suing everyone and no one can just get out of the situation. That's what I call a "Mexican standoff" 😂😂

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gamble1
Legend

Hanshanshans wrote on 11.04.2024 00:29:

Now everyone is really suing everyone and no one can just get out of the situation. That's what I call a "Mexican Standoff"😂😂

I realize once again how lost we simply are .... you really can't make up such nonsense anymore haha

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frapi07
Expert
For me, the matter is clear.

Player has locked himself out and is let in anyway --> hall has violated its duty of supervision.

Player is entitled to a refund.

Wanting to sue the player for fraud is nonsense. You first have to prove that a player wanted to profit financially from it. Hard to prove. Just like with rear-end collisions. Without a Dash cam, the person who caused the accident is the one who ends up paying (or their Insurance company). As long as you can't prove the provocation - the claim won't go through.

If the server is unavailable (offline), then no new players should be allowed in. This is also the case online. As soon as there is an OASIS maintenance, the pages are taken down. You can no longer log in to place bets. If the hall then thinks it can let players in despite maintenance or similar, then it is, to put it bluntly, their own fault. Suing an authority is a waste of money.

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Hidaruma
Top Member

Extra_Leiner wrote on 10.04.2024 at 10:31 am: Hello I have a question and I am in the OASIS and normally I am not allowed to go to arcades and play but yesterday I was playing and they let me play but I don't mean an online casino but actually an arcade I played on several machines everything went without problems can you get your money back? i played on 5 machines but not at the same time but always changed machines when one was on break. who do i have to contact now? and is it possible to get my money back? and what is the probability? Thanks in advance

The story is so stupid, it can hardly be true.

Surely just another attention-seeking troll.

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roccoammo11
Expert
stories from the paulaner garden...

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Maria_Sonntag
Amateur

frapi07 wrote on 11.04.2024 at 00:37: For me, the matter is clear.

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Player is entitled to a refund.


For me, the matter is also clear: the player is not entitled to a refund (how much has been gambled? Who wants to prove that?) and the arcade owner receives a misdemeanor complaint, if anyone files one. The arcade operator files a charge of fraud against the player (which leads to nothing).

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frapi07
Expert
Maria_Sonntag wrote on 15.04.2024 at 14:32:

For me, the matter is also clear: the player has no right to a refund (how much has been gambled? Who wants to prove that?) and the arcade owner gets a misdemeanor complaint, if anyone files one. The arcade operator files a charge of fraud against the player (which leads to nothing).

Lump sum. You know for sure how long he was in there. You can put in €60 per hour per machine. It's only about one day or one time, not several times. It will be manageable how much the guy gambled away.

If the hall owner really does press charges against the "customer", then he's reporting himself and won't be doing himself any favors.

Assuming, of course, that everything is true.

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