Privacy settings

We use a number of cookies on our website. Some are essential, while others help us improve our portal for you.

Privacy settings

Here is an overview of all the cookies we use. You can choose to accept whole categories or view more information and select only certain cookies.

Essential (6)

Essential cookies enable basic functions and are necessary for the website to function properly.

Statistics (3)

Statistics cookies collect information anonymously. This information helps us to understand how our visitors use our website.
If the statistics cookies are subsequently deselected, they will remain on the computer until the expiry date. However, they are neither updated nor evaluated.

Online Casinos in general: Would like to hear your opinion about the Youtuber Casino Controller. (Page 12)

Topic created on 30th Jul. 2023 | Page: 12 of 15 | Answers: 215 | Views: 20,736
Falke
Expert

Falko wrote on 13.10.2023 at 21:36:

The has previously collected free spins and then played them in this video. But what makes me a bit puzzled, that it was here exclusively only Pragmatic Slots.

And in one of his last videos he seriously said that Benny the Beer was from Pragmatic. Someone who is apparently a gambler can tell which Provider it is just by looking at the buttons. Pragmatic in particular is very easy to recognize.

This post has been translated automatically

Tonkabohne
Top Member

Falko wrote on 13.10.2023 at 21:36:

The has previously collected free spins and then played them in this video. But what makes me a bit puzzled, that it was here exclusively only Pragmatic Slots.

After he has won quite well in Starlight Princess in the video before, the slots have done it.

This post has been translated automatically

Hotliner

Falcon wrote on 10/13/2023 at 9:46 pm:

And in one of his recent videos he seriously said Benny the Beer was from Pragmatic. Someone who is apparently a gambler can tell which vendor it is just by looking at the buttons. Pragmatic in particular is very easy to recognize.

There is no need to exaggerate. It's obvious that he just misspoke.

This post has been translated automatically

Falke
Expert

Hotliner wrote on 10/16/2023 at 6:16 pm:

No need to exaggerate either. It's obvious that he just misspoke.


In one of his more recent videos, he suddenly plays for Winz. In another video, he said that he was banned from Winz. How many contradictions and how much nonsense does the guy still have to give of himself, until the last has understood that he only gambles for play money.

This post has been translated automatically

Falke
Expert
He also said that he had gambled away about 2 to 3 million and that that had been the bulk of his fortune. The absolute majority, he even said.

If that were the case, how can he still gamble away 200,000 in a video? If 3 million was the majority of his money, then probably a maximum of one million should be left. And that would be gone in a few bad sessions, so in about one or two weeks.

What do we bet that he still continues to gamble despite losing 1 million? But where does his alleged money come from? Does it grow on trees for him?

This post has been translated automatically

gamble1
Legend
Falcon wrote on 10/23/2023 at 10:24 pm: He also meant that he gambled away about 2 to 3 million and that that was the bulk of his fortune. The absolute majority, he even meant.

If that were the case, how can he still gamble away 200,000 in one video? If 3 million was the majority of his money, then probably a maximum of one million should be left. And that would be gone in a few bad sessions, so in about one or two weeks.

What do we bet that he still continues to gamble despite losing 1 million? But where does his alleged money come from? Does it grow on trees for him?

He has also said he was on the verge of bankruptcy is not unusual as an extreme gambling addict can be he has distributed cryptos and is extremely good at trading in the right moments

Personally, I do not think he is so stupid to make such statements thoughtlessly I mean you do not have to have studied to get what you have now written here from the video because I have seen the video and do not think I am now much more intelligent than other people but also thought exactly the same as you

I just want to say that not even a special needs student would make such a statement without realizing how the plan backfires when he says one moment he was almost broke but still continues to gamble like Elon Musk when he wants to spend his spare change unless he tells it because it is the truth and the story happened exactly as he tells it

Otherwise one could not think at all so far in the apron with it everything remains coherent

But still I wonder why we are now already 12 pages long talk about where a complete stranger guy who makes videos on the Internet takes his money to gamble as if we had no problems of their own are almost as bad as the casinos with their SOW test

This post has been translated automatically

frapi07
Elite

Falcon wrote on 10/23/2023 at 10:24 pm: He also meant that he gambled away about 2 to 3 million and that that was the bulk of his fortune. The absolute majority, he even meant.

If that were the case, how can he still gamble away 200,000 in one video? If 3 million was the majority of his money, then probably a maximum of one million should be left. And that would be gone in a few bad sessions, so in about one or two weeks.

What do we bet that he still continues to gamble despite losing 1 million? But where does his alleged money come from? Does it grow on trees for him?

According to his statements, he also has crypto. So we can assume that he invests money from time to time. Of course, I don't know what exactly he's doing there, but with certain sums you can earn or lose quite well with short-selling - depending on how lucky you are. There are many ways to invest money there, you don't always have to bet on an "unknown" cryptocurrency and hope that it rises as extremely as BTC. There certainly won't be anything like that for the next 20 years. He has - again according to his statements - invested a lot in Solana and that also during the peak (200€). If you look at the value of November 2022 (7€ and a few cents) and compare now (just under 30€), then it is despite all this a huge loss.

So if it is true, then well... you could have invested the money in gold. Real estate is too expensive at the moment and you can hardly get interest.

But everything is passé anyway. According to his statement, he is close to a deal. From November it could be that he will be sponsored.

This post has been translated automatically

Paddington
Top Member
Guys, you are also opening a huge barrel here with all your theories and assumptions...

The Dude is a normal affiliate/streamer.
He gets the money from the sites and can also pay it out after he has converted it X times. He earns money when people sign up through his links, just like it is and was here on GJ. If you sign up there and gamble away your house and yard, he gets between 25-45% commission, if the Ref Share is in the minus + a one-time commission, which is called CPA in the scene.
The money is not fake, or there are Dozen sites that give Streamer Bonuses, often he then also has a max cashout. With his range, he will have enough such deals.

In this scene, I would also not put every word on the gold scale what casino streamer say. Especially with investments etc. The streamers try to keep us/you small, so that you can look as little as possible behind the scenes at the affiliate. I would do the same, just because many people in the scene (viewers but also streamers) are not the brightest and even if you would explain it to them, many would not understand. But there is also no reason to disclose how the Affiliate system works, just because it was legally a gray area and is now illegal.

So the topic is eig. also ended. More can not be said about it.

This post has been translated automatically

Donnie
Expert

SimonH wrote on 24.10.2023 at 12:24 pm: Guys you are also making a big fuss with all your theories and conjectures...

The Dude is a normal affiliate/streamer.
He gets the money from the sites and can also pay it out after he has converted it X times. He earns money when people sign up through his links, just like it is and was here on GJ. If you sign up there and gamble away your house and yard, he gets between 25-45% commission, if the Ref Share is in the minus + a one-time commission, which is called CPA in the scene.
The money is not fake, or there are Dozen sites that give Streamer Bonuses, often he then also has a max cashout. With his range, he will have enough such deals.

In this scene, I would also not put every word on the gold scale what casino streamer say. Especially with investments etc. The streamers try to keep us/you small, so that you can look as little as possible behind the scenes at the affiliate. I would do the same, just because many people in the scene (viewers but also streamers) are not the brightest and even if you would explain it to them, many would not understand. But there is also no reason to disclose how the Affiliate system works, just because it was legally a gray area and is now illegal.

So the topic is eig. also ended. There is nothing more to say about it.

That's why I do not even look at such nonsense

This post has been translated automatically

CashOut
Experienced

gamble1 wrote on 24.10.2023 at 02:01:
He has also said he was on the verge of bankruptcy is not unusual as an extreme gambling addict may be he still distributed cryptos and is extremely good at trading in the right moments

Personally, I do not think he is so stupid to make such statements thoughtlessly I mean you do not have to have studied to get what you have now written here from the video because I have seen the video and now do not think I'm much more intelligent than other people but also thought exactly the same as you

I just want to say that not even a special needs student would make such a statement without realizing how the plan backfires when he says one moment he was almost broke but still continues to gamble like Elon Musk when he wants to spend his spare change unless he tells it because it is the truth and the story happened exactly as he tells it

Otherwise one could not think at all so far in the apron with it everything remains coherent

But still I wonder why we are now already 12 pages long talk about where a complete stranger who makes videos on the Internet takes his money to gamble as if we had no problems of their own are almost as bad as the casinos with their SOW test

Because it is still not clarified whether he is fake or not, that's what this thread is about.

This post has been translated automatically

slotliebe89
Elite

frapi07 wrote on 10/24/2023 at 08:28 AM:

So if it's true, then well... you could have invested the money in gold. Real estate is too expensive at the moment and you can hardly get interest.

Interest rates are higher than they have been in a long time. The problem is rather that most do not have so much money to invest it profitably.

This post has been translated automatically

Paddington
Top Member

CashOut wrote on 10/24/2023 at 5:59 pm:

Because it is still not clarified if he is fake or not, that's what this thread is about.


Please read my comment a little further up!

This post has been translated automatically

frapi07
Elite

slotliebe89 wrote on 10/24/2023 at 6:05 pm:

There are after all higher interest rates than there have been in a long time. The problem is more that most don't have that much gelld to invest profitably.

What good is 3% interest if you have more than double that in inflation? Inflation would have to be lower than the interest rate for your money not to lose value.

This post has been translated automatically

Paddington
Top Member

frapi07 wrote on 10/24/2023 at 8:20 pm:

What good is 3% interest if you have more than double that in inflation? Inflation would have to be less than interest for your money not to lose value.

4%

This post has been translated automatically

slotliebe89
Elite

SimonH wrote on 10/24/2023 at 8:24 PM:

4%

Exactly Therefore, the statement that there is hardly any interest is also simply wrong. It depends then just on your assets, whether you can profit from it.

This post has been translated automatically

Hot Topics12th Jun. 2024 at 07:29 pm CEST

GambleJoe is aimed exclusively at user whose allowed to play legally with his current location in online casinos and does not violate the current law.
It is the responsibility of the user to inform himself about the current legal situation. Gambling is prohibited for children and adolescents under the age of 18.
GambleJoe is a registered trademark with the EUIPO of GJ International Ltd.

© 2012-2024 GambleJoe.com

Forgotten your password?

Create a new password here

  • 1. Fill in the 3 fields carefully and click on the green button
  • 2. Check your email inbox for a message from GambleJoe
  • 3. Click on the confirmation link in the email and your new password will be active immediately