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Online Casinos in general: Casinos where you should not play under any circumstances (loss is not a reason!) (Page 71)

Topic created on 16th Dec. 2021 | Page: 71 of 74 | Answers: 731 | Views: 207,904
LittleFu
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Toastbrot
Amateur
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upola
Legend
You can continue with your off-topic conversations, it's approved by Gj.

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mtorero
Rookie

DIE-SPIELBANK_en wrote on 15.02.2024 at 07:27:
Here, the German Online Casino Association (DOCV), among others, is campaigning for the taxation of online slots, for example, to be changed. Anyone interested in more information can simply search for DOCV and "Online gambling: Germany takes a lonely and risky special path in taxation - opportunity for a strong legal market missed".


When you say it's all about preventing Gambling addiction, how much of the 5.3%/spin tax goes towards prevention? Is there somewhere you can find out exactly what happens with the money collected?
The tax is higher than the house advantage of a casino, i.e. we should soon see gambling addiction centers built out of gold and addicts being picked up for therapy in Maybach limousines.
Or is this prevention by ripping off addicts with the world's worst payout ratios and hoping that they will eventually realize themselves that they are being cheated?

I don't know how it works in Saxon casinos, but I don't think it's any different to the other federal states.
Anyone can lose a fortune there in a short space of time and nobody cares. So what's this constant hypocrisy about Player protection?

Furthermore, why are you allowed to call your online offer The Casino if it is only a casino and not a real casino?

I have one last question.
Personally, I like to fly or drive abroad and visit the casinos there. Do you think that people living in Germany should be banned from gambling abroad because the German state (and its very cost-intensive gambling addiction prevention program) then gets nothing?
Perhaps we should no longer allow anyone to leave the country so that no 10 times taxed tax money is lost for the fight against people's evil addictions?

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Useless4yu
Rookie

zurek1989 wrote on 05.02.2024 at 01:17: honestly in AAAAll German casinos no matter which one anyway all the same as sisters groups only inzess mässig xddd... can burn the money better, just go in the money end! you German black market politicians


Full agreement! Payout ratios went through the roof the day they were legally subjugated! Gambling in German licensed dipshit casinos (Attention hate speech! Attention urgently needed provocation! Attention delegitimization of the German state) doesn't just feel shitty, it is shitty. Nothing about it is right (anymore)! The slots seem sluggish and sick. After 5 spins you know that nothing is going to happen here. Positive surprises in the course of the game generally seem to have been ruled out. The 5-second rule degenerates into what feels like hours, the maximum bet of just 1 euro (in words: one euro! - who comes up with that?!) kills fun and minimizes wins - but not losses! It just takes longer until the citizen's money is gambled away!

Personally, I can only advise everyone to refuse this supervised German gambling and to try their luck in an OC outside of German regulation with the help of cryptocurrency!




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gamble1
Legend

DIE-SPIELBANK_en wrote on 15.02.2024 at 07:27:
Here, the German Online Casino Association (DOCV), among others, is campaigning for the taxation of online slots, for example, to be changed. Anyone interested in more information can simply search for DOCV and "Online gambling: Germany takes a lonely and risky special path in taxation - opportunity for a strong legal market missed".

But you all knew in advance what you were getting into when you accepted the worst gambling license of all time! I mean, only the Arab countries are worse and there it is partly completely forbidden


The players hate it
You almost always lose and only get tiny amounts in the free spins
The games are boring and slow
You are forced to wait 5 minutes with pauses
You are told how much you can play
etc......

Oasis is the most sensible of all this stuff! But I also have Oasis in a casino and I can theoretically gamble away €100,000 in one night if I want to push through a few spins in turbo mode on a €100 bet without being incapacitated with 5-minute breaks and getting all the features finished on a €1 bet

A single operator should give me a good logical reason why only the online game of the private economy needs such rules and what the difference is when I go to a state casino where it is logically shown that all these player-unfriendly regulations are justified and I take everything back here but you can't do that because there is simply no good reason to get on the online players' nerves with rules except to cash in at every corner where possible

It doesn't start with the tax and it doesn't stop there, it's just an outrageous way of cashing in on the pretext of wanting to create a safe game when in the same breath the same arguments are being dismantled by not regulating the casinos

And if you don't completely speak out against the unnecessary things you go along with it and then you can't be surprised if people look down on you just like they look down on the license in general because 90% of it is just arbitrary crap

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Paddington
Top Member
Back to the actual topic, here is a new casino that you should avoid:

Spinanga

Reason: For my first withdrawal (500€) it took 14 days until I was told that I had to verify myself. Another 5 days later I was told I had uploaded the front twice and they still need a back. This was a 100% lie, I had uploaded everything correctly. So again, another 5 days later they finally paid out. In the meantime, I was always in the Live Chat: "Please be patient..." were the answers. My payout was deliberately delayed in the hope that I would gamble it away again. So hands off!

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moralischverwerflich
Top Member

Paddington wrote on 29.02.2024 at 10:04 am: Back to the actual topic, here is a new casino that you should better avoid:

Spinanga

Reason: For my first withdrawal (500€) it took 14 days until I was told that I had to verify myself. Another 5 days later I was told I had uploaded the front twice and they still need a back. This was a 100% lie, I had uploaded everything correctly. So again, another 5 days later they finally paid out. In the meantime, I was always in the Live Chat: "Please be patient..." were the answers. My payout was deliberately delayed in the hope that I would gamble it away again. So hands off!

You must have just caught a fool who processed it. Never had any problems there

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gamble1
Legend

Paddington wrote on 29.02.2024 at 10:04 am: Back to the actual topic, here is a new casino that you should better avoid:

Spinanga

Reason: For my first withdrawal (500€) it took 14 days until I was told that I had to verify myself. Another 5 days later I was told I had uploaded the front twice and they still need a back. This was a 100% lie, I had uploaded everything correctly. So again, another 5 days later they finally paid out. In the meantime, I was always in the Live Chat: "Please be patient..." were the answers. My payout was deliberately delayed in the hope that I would gamble it away again. So hands off!

If you have received your money in the end, it is a bit annoying but no reason not to play there

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Iknowyou
Experienced

gamble1 wrote on 02/29/2024 12:45 PM:

If you got your money in the end, it's a bit annoying but no reason not to play there

Annoyed to have received money? If you get paid out, that's good and not a scam

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