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Online Casinos in general: Consequences after July 1, 2021 (Page 22)

Topic created on 18th May. 2021 | Page: 22 of 94 | Answers: 938 | Views: 315,748
Anonym
Falko wrote on 01.07.2021 at 16:03
Curacao is Dutch territory, then that would be allowed ?

Nah. "Although Curaçao is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, it is not part of the European un ion."

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RebellYell
Top Member

unicorn wrote on 01.07.2021 at 17:37: Where should there be this double taxation? The RTP was lowered so that not the player but the casino bears the 5.3% tax. Another possibility would be not to change the RTP, but to withhold the 5.3% per spin, as I think Platin wants to do.

Um exactly THAT is what I mean. They lowered the RTP AND now charge that fee on wins. That's what I mean by "double taxing" the players.

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Butterbrezel
Elite
This is the initial hype "oh no taxes, I won't gamble again"...I think most people will continue to gamble anyway.
I still gamble for my 10 - 20 EUR per month when I want to play Merkur games or White Rabbit.
The chance of winning is just a bit less, the casino usually wins anyway.

At the beginning I found the idea of the gambling treaty good, if the important point would be the player protection...but it is not.
It is only about money for the German tax office and drives players rather into illegality than before
If iwelche Curacao stores have no restrictions on the slots and do not even take tax...then players will certainly play there. And to get the payouts of possible wins then is gambling.
And if you receive a payout from an illegal casino, the bank will contact you.

And what is the point of that? Nothing. Only confusion for the gamblers.

But as I said, I think most continue to gamble


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Max1303
Experienced
RebellYell wrote on 01/07/2021 at 18:02

Um exactly THAT is what I'm talking about. They lowered the RTP AND now charge that fee on wins. That's what I mean by "double taxing" the players.

Exactly. The state gets the taxes only once, but the casino collects twice.

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u****n
RebellYell wrote on 01/07/2021 at 18:02

Um exactly THAT is what I'm talking about. They lowered the RTP AND now charge that fee on wins. That's what I mean by "double taxing" the players.

ok so exactly I have not looked at that, but if that is as you say, then that is just fraud 😂

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Nick1895
Expert
Wasn't needle34 the one with the fat law firm?
I would be for ne class action.

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PrimaBallerina
Rookie
At slots.partypoker.com the casino pays the tax!

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Anonym
PrimaBallerina wrote on 01.07.2021 at 18:32: At slots.partypoker.de the casino pays the tax!

That's what the lawmakers thought; extremely brazen of the bunch of cheats at Platin to write that they would be forced to collect the tax from the player

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Butterbrezel
Elite
Xtip, i.e. Merkur, has removed El Torero from its offer. White Rabbit is also not available. What is that, that is stupid

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PrimaBallerina
Rookie
partypoker - slots and Poker offer

Therefore we have taken the decision NOT to increase the fees on the majority of our offer in order to continue to take a player and market friendly approach. Due to the new regulation, only a 5.3% buy-in fee will be introduced for Sit & Go tournaments from 01.07.2021. For all other games, the mandatory fee will be covered by us.

Ok, but the house advantage will be increased.

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