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Online Casinos in general: Consequences after July 1, 2021 (Page 24)

Topic created on 18th May. 2021 | Page: 24 of 94 | Answers: 938 | Views: 315,746
Anonym
The point with the double burden of the players by lowered RTPs and surcharge of the 5.3% taxes on wins shows nevertheless once more, how brazenly, left and inhumanly the philosophy of the Casinobetreiber actually is
Do you still believe one of these houses that everything else is right with RTP and game processes etc.?
By the way, it is also interesting how the RTP could be lowered in almost all games within a very short time. Shows clearly how open and permeable the programming is, that you can make changes with minimal effort. It also makes clear that the licensing (with "extensive checks of the RTP") is completely hare-brained, because it cannot be ensured and monitored in the slightest what actually happens in operation. The diesel scandal sends its regards....
In the Wild West, such obvious cheats would have been shot on sight.
Today, the only thing left to do is to destroy their business model by no longer playing at such houses
According to the motto of Ton, Steine, Scherben: "Break what breaks you"


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Anonym

RainerHeiner wrote on 02.07.2021 at 00:31 clock: The point with the double burden of the players by lowered RTPs and Aufbrummen of the 5.3% taxes on wins shows but once again how brazen, left and inhumane the philosophy of casino operators really is
Do you still believe one of these houses that everything else is right with RTP and game processes etc.?
By the way, it is also interesting how the RTP could be lowered in almost all games within a very short time. Shows clearly how open and permeable the programming is, that you can make changes with minimal effort. It also makes clear that the licensing (with "extensive checks of the RTP") is completely hare-brained, because it cannot be ensured and monitored in the slightest what actually happens in operation. The diesel scandal sends its regards....
In the old days, such obvious cheats would have been shot on sight in the Wild West.
Today, the only thing left to do is to destroy their business model by no longer playing at such houses
According to the motto of Ton, Steine, Scherben: "Break what breaks you"



how often have I said what you say Rainer Heiner, but I was there never taken for full and how often I was answered I'm just stupid, I agree with you completely, see the same way.of course everything is permeable and programmable.let's see if I'm just stupid again.

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Herould wrote on 02/07/2021 at 00:48 PM

how many times have I said what you say Rainer Heiner, but I was there never taken for full and how many times I was answered I'm just stupid, I agree with you completely, see the same.Of course everything is permeable and programmable.Let's see if I'm just stupid again.

yes, can also remember many comments with the tenor "so what goes but not at all... You do not know how such games are programmed etc."

It is only to be noted that people who say something like that have obviously not yet arrived in the age of artificial intelligence
Here, such games are no longer programmed with fixed algorithms and in closed loops. Incidentally, it is also quite clear that every game is personalized, even if some claim the opposite. Every game "remembers" the end of my last game...
It is very easy to introduce personalized factors into the game. After the random principle then nothing works any more.

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Marqes
Expert
I have two questions.

Is it now legal to play online?
So can the bank now no longer terminate the account if I Deposit, for example, at StarGames?
Or does it depend on the casino where you deposit?
e.g. at StarGames Legal,
At Platin not legal?

And the second question..how is it with the tax.

Is that from now on automatically reported to the tax office or how does the casino the tax?

Do I have to report wins to the tax office in the tax return?

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gamble1
Legend
RainerHeiner wrote on 02.07.2021 at 00:31 clock: The point with the double burden of the players by lowered RTPs and Aufbrummen of the 5.3% taxes on wins shows but once again how brazen, left and inhumane the philosophy of casino operators really is
Do you still believe one of these houses that everything else is right with RTP and game processes etc.?
By the way, it is also interesting how the RTP could be lowered in almost all games within a very short time. Shows clearly how open and permeable the programming is, that you can make changes with minimal effort. It also makes clear that the licensing (with "extensive checks of the RTP") is completely hare-brained, because it cannot be ensured and monitored in the slightest what actually happens in operation. The diesel scandal sends its regards....
In the old days, such obvious cheats would have been shot on sight in the Wild West.
Today, the only thing left to do is to destroy their business model by no longer playing at such houses
According to the motto of Ton, Steine, Scherben: "Break what breaks you"



Well, I think not everything was changed overnight, the manufacturers will prepare everything for weeks, including the updates for the slots

If such an update times it needs to the actual takeover only the line to the server and bang it is done

In addition, normally before each change and be it only so minimal a test should be done away from the real active servers simply to prevent that someone has screwed up and then the servers are down forever because x is not compatible with y and no one has come up with it

Therefore, I think yes the manufacturers have long changed and just live just to the deadline today put

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Anonym
Marqes wrote on 02/07/2021 at 01:13: I have two questions.

Is it now legal to play online?
So can the bank now no longer terminate the account if I Deposit at StarGames for example?
Or does it depend on the casino where you deposit?
e.g. at StarGames Legal,
At Platin not legal?

And the second question..how is it with the tax.

Is that from now on automatically reported to the tax office or how does the casino the tax?

Do I have to report wins to the tax office in the tax return?

On most questions, you can give the in principle no valid answer

The new law has come into force, but casinos with a German license do not yet exist - these must first be applied for and granted

Are Casino's with MGA license now illegal, also this is thanks to the weak law not quite as clear as some may believe

Accordingly, the question of whether the bank could terminate your account is also not clear
Even if the licenses were granted, I would take a close look at the terms and conditions of the respective bank - in the long run, there may also be banks that, despite legality, do not want to have anything to do with gambling

Currently, you can only wait and see how the whole thing develops exactly

Before licenses are issued and the corresponding authority is operational in 2022/23, much will remain unclear

However, some of your questions should be clarified when the licenses are issued or can be clarified from that point on

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NoLimitz
RainerHeiner wrote on 02.07.2021 at 00:31 clock: The point with the double burden of the players by lowered RTPs and Aufbrummen of the 5.3% taxes on wins shows but once again how brazen, left and inhumane the philosophy of casino operators really is
Do you still believe one of these houses that everything else is right with RTP and game processes etc.?
By the way, it is also interesting how the RTP could be lowered in almost all games within a very short time. Shows clearly how open and permeable the programming is, that you can make changes with minimal effort. It also makes clear that the licensing (with "extensive checks of the RTP") is completely hare-brained, because it cannot be ensured and monitored in the slightest what actually happens in operation. The diesel scandal sends its regards....
In the Wild West, such obvious cheats would have been shot on sight.
Today, the only thing left to do is to destroy their business model by no longer playing at such houses
According to the motto of Ton, Steine, Scherben: "Break what breaks you"

I have been reading along on GJ for a long time and have now decided to write my first post.
One could come quite on this funnel, that the OC's and play Provider always The mathematics completely in their favor let calculate, in order to fleece the customer/player in Brutalste kind!
Well, who has ever dealt with gambling and the RTP, will have quickly noticed that it has never been different and that without cheating.
about 1-6% has always gone to the casino operator, because somehow you have to earn money, pay licenses, pay employees and of course also the wins to us Auszuzahlen
In the long run the player always loses, because the game mathematics will never give you +100%
again... The bank always wins.

You think the provider has on 30.06 evenings, times
just the RTP, best still by an intern rewrite? To then slam out at midnight the new RTP for their games? Ok...

The providers and casinos also needed time to implement all the requirements that are now quite official. I'm not happy either and the 5.3% on our bets, were really not on my screen, but still you have to take off the aluminum hat, sorry.

If you think that everything is rigged anyway and you are cheated, you should simply not play

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Anonym
Incidentally, I have expanded my exploration a little, on Twin and Gambola - deposits work, games are all there and run as before, withdrawals were also no problem
I'm sticking with my new regular casinos but if I ever want to play with FIAT, those aren't two bad alternatives

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j****e
RainerHeiner wrote on 02.07.2021 at 01:01

yes, can also remember many comments with the tenor "such a thing is not possible... You don't know how such games are programmed etc."

To this it is only to be noted that people who say such things have obviously not yet arrived in the age of artificial intelligence
Here, such games are no longer programmed with fixed algorithms and in closed loops. Incidentally, it is also quite clear that every game is personalized, even if some claim the opposite. Every game "remembers" the end of my last game...
It is very easy to introduce personalized factors into the game. After the random principle then nothing works any more.

It is exactly the same! These casino operators are nothing but highly criminal rip-off artists. The whole thing already has a mafia character. Who does not notice that does not notice anything more. Of course it is easy for the programmers to manipulate the games and everything that is connected with it. The game manufacturers play a significant role and leave nothing to chance. Already with the Deposit it is clear whether one wins or loses. The main thing is to deposit regularly. And if you then times a few thousand euros has deposited then you get even times so 20% back. Quite a great cut! And there are also people who are happy about it. As some write here, the number of such people is also quite high here in the forum
Fact is that OC currently offer neither entertainment nor profit opportunities unless you have a masochistic disposition.

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Sprengsatz
Experienced
jubre wrote on 02.07.2021 at 02:12
Exactly the same! All these casino operators are nothing but highly criminal rip-off artists. The whole thing already has a mafia character. Who does not notice that notices nothing more. Of course it is easy for the programmers to manipulate the games and everything that is connected with it. The game manufacturers play a significant role and leave nothing to chance. Already with the Deposit it is clear whether one wins or loses. The main thing is to deposit regularly. And if you then times a few thousand euros has deposited then you get even times so 20% back. Quite a great cut! And there are also people who are happy about it. As some write here, the number of such people is also quite high here in the forum
Fact is that OC currently offer neither entertainment nor profit opportunities unless you have a masochistic disposition.

I can not confirm this. In the last two months it went really well. April was not so good. But felt with old sides like Wildz nothing more goes. Curacaobuden but really good

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