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Online Casinos in general: The Gambling Act is a pure farce!

Topic created on 13th Apr. 2024 | Page: 1 of 1 | Answers: 5 | Views: 731
Justice
Visitor
Hi,

the German Gambling Act (#Whitelist) cannot be surpassed in terms of hypocrisy when I think that various illegal casinos send e-mails where the subject line reads, for example, " 150 % BONUS FOR GERMANY 🎁❤️".
These casinos also distribute various goodies to German users in return for positive reviews on various portals, and they are also stupid enough to do this, even though both parties are liable to prosecution for illegality...

Conclusion: This "great" law works brilliantly!!!

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Hidaruma
Top Member

Justice wrote on 13.04.2024 at 04:05: Hi,

the German gambling law (#Whitelist) cannot be surpassed in hypocrisy when I think of the fact that various illegal casinos send e-mails where the subject line reads e.g. " 150 % BONUS FOR GERMANY 🎁❤️".
These casinos also distribute various goodies to German users in return for positive reviews on various portals, and they are also stupid enough to do this, even though both parties are liable to prosecution for illegality...

Conclusion: This "great" law works brilliantly!!!

No shit sherlock.

/next

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dazzle_tea
Amateur

Hidaruma wrote on 04/13/2024 09:06:

No shit sherlock.

/next

made my day

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Justice
Visitor

Hidaruma wrote on 04/13/2024 09:06:

No shit sherlock.

/next

Whatever you're trying to say, have fun "playing on"...

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Toastbrot
Experienced
Justice wrote on 14.04.2024 at 21:38:

Whatever you mean by that, have fun "playing on"...

Maybe because you're telling us things we've never heard here before.


We wonder how you found that out and no one has ever even noticed.

Whereby I think the connection you make with goodies / reviews from these unlicensed shops and that this great German law doesn't apply because of that is just nonsense.

The law or the channeling fails because the rules are largely ill-conceived and completely excessive.

Taxation per spin means that any offer is not attractive and cannot be in an international comparison if you look at the Rtp alone that this creates.
In addition, the sheer endless greed of some providers drives the whole thing to Rtp rates of 84% in international comparison we are at 94-96% on average.

Anyone who still doesn't feel screwed enough here can watch every spin for an endless 5 seconds... probably to think about their life during the 5 seconds and question why they are doing this s*it show at all.

1 Euro Maxbet per spin and bonus offers with 35x to 75x Wagering requirements where you have to sit in front of your PC for hours on end like a complete idiot and click the spin button once every 5 seconds like a trained monkey because there's no autostart anymore.

On the positive side, you can get lucky with the absolutely cheeky RTP and before you even get into the situation of having to click like a monkey every 5 seconds for hours, your credit is used up after a short time and endless Deadspin phases and you can devote yourself to more important things 👍

Of course not everything is bad monthly limits, lugas when it works is a good thing but then it almost stops.

And instead of improving things and increasing the attractiveness, which would automatically lead to gradual channeling, players are sometimes criminalized and persecuted.


And yes, I play here under license, but if the attractiveness continues to go downhill like this then I probably won't play at all in the near future and I have to say that the goal of Player protection has been achieved. I just don't know if that's wise if you want to earn taxes as a state. At least the hobby that it used to be is becoming less and less fun.


It's become quite a rant, but I actually wanted to answer in a very relaxed manner.


To conclude... I think these are the reasons and not the fact that there are other offers

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Hidaruma
Top Member

Justice wrote on 14.04.2024 at 21:38:

Whatever you mean by that, have fun "playing on"...

My point was that your post is useless. Comes across a bit like "guys, a ball is round"

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