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Topic created on 05th Mar. 2018 | Page: 1 of 1 | Answers: 8 | Views: 1,723
Marqes
Expert
I devour since a few days this forum downright and would like to express a great praise to the Daniel and all who are involved in this forum.
Also all the off-topic topics are really worth reading, just like the report about this player from the casino Stuttgart.
You really make a lot of effort (this green noodle action is funny ) and it is really very informative.
Also that is openly written about Gambling addiction is a good thing.

I was otherwise active in another forum (Bonuspa.), since such topics were rather avoided and the Affiliate links were in the foreground.

About me, I am an old StarGames player, gamble for about 5 years exclusively online (was only a few times in the Spielo) and play now since the beginning of this
Videoslots and Casumo since the beginning of this year. That's when I realized how StarGames ripped me off back then.
I have always refused to play these Netent slots and how they are all called, it was no fun for me. The only thing I found great was Novomatics, I was gobsmacked when it stopped working at the end of the year. I thought, okay, that's it for gaming.
In another forum, I was then recommended these two casinos and after a few attempts, you make me now really fun, could also pay out several times what, really great.

Daniel, also that you have emigrated to Malta - madness! Directly in the gambler metropolis.
But it's completely different from Las Vegas, right? I imagine that it is just offices and servers, but so real casinos rather not ?

I'm glad to be here now.

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redriver67
Expert
Well then welcome here at Gamble Joe. Hope for lively participation here in the forum.

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Anonym
Welcome here in our round

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Daniel
Elite
Marqes wrote on 05.03.2018 at 11:36: Daniel, also that you have emigrated to Malta - madness! Directly to the gambling metropolis.
But it's completely different from Las Vegas right? I imagine that it is just offices and servers, but so real casinos rather not ?

Hello and welcome to the forum. Regarding your question: Malta is certainly not like Las Vegas, Germany is much worse in terms of Slot machine density. On Malta there are 4 real casinos. The Dragonara Casino, Portomaso Casino and Casino Malta, which are all three in St Julians. The fourth casino is in Buggiba, but I have never been there. In the biggest casino (the Dragonara Casino) you can play stakes between 10 cents and 20€. On two machines you can play 40€ per spin.

Then there are some small stores where you can gamble. In pubs, gas stations, etc. you will not find Slot machines in Malta.

The Player protection in Malta is much better than in Germany. If you get locked in a casino in Malta, then you really can't gamble anywhere on the island anymore, because slot machines are not to be found or forbidden outside of casinos and these special stores. In Malta you can be banned for 6 months, for 1 year or forever. If you want to be banned forever, you need a certificate from a psychologist or psychiatrist.

In Germany, you can only be banned (for casinos) for one state and only forever. This is a difficult hurdle for some players. I think the system in Malta is better because you can take a 6 month time out first or a 1 year time out. All this is manageable and the inhibitions to get banned are not as high as in Germany

The problem with Germany is that the bans only apply to casinos. In gambling houses you have to get blocked individually (except in Hesse) and then there are machines in pubs or snack bars where young people are addicted and usually come into contact with the matter for the first time. But even banned players can gamble their money at gas stations, in pubs, etc., although they are banned in casinos.

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Marqes
Expert
Thanks for the detailed tips, I had already read a lot you can even still play Novos online, right?
Jefenfalls is such a "move" already a big deal, away from everything etc...

Thanks to you and all, for the welcome .

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RiverSong
Legend
Marqes wrote on 05/03/2018 at 11:36 AM

Glad to be here now .

well then, looking forward to your contributions too

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Anonym
Well, I say welcome

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Anonym
I would be interested to know what kind of training could be successful in Malta

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Anonym
Also from me welcome and have fun here in the forum

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