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News & Notices: iP address, who knows what?

Topic created on 07th Sep. 2018 | Page: 1 of 2 | Answers: 10 | Views: 4,025
Tanja1987
Rookie
Hello! I am relatively new here and have not been playing in Online Casinos for long. I would like to know what exactly is an IP address and what exactly you can learn about this address. At the beginning I have like a beginner luck several withdrawals can make and now all of a sudden goes absolutely nothing?! No matter at which online casino, no matter what stake or what game. I am only depositing. Who can tell me more please, and was that at the beginning with the wins also so with you? Thanks already...

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Anonym
Has nothing to do with your IP but with your user account (why may times probably only have one)
Depending on what you bring the casino for benefits, you are classified as when and how much you win

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bruffl
Expert
Welcome to the forum,
an IP address is simply your address on the Internet. This can be static (like your postal address), or just change at certain intervals. The latter can also be done via the router, simply re-establish a connection, then you get a new IP address with many providers
Different casinos will not exchange your IP address.
And when it comes to your losses lately, I am of the firm opinion that most of the casinos listed here are reputable. It is simply a game of chance. For whom I absolutely put my hand in the fire is sunmaker.....just give it a try.
It is in the nature of mankind that you just assume, "now I have not won anything for weeks, it's the casino's fault". Half a year ago, the person in question may have had a lucky streak. Unfortunately, you don't have that very often. And often the money won is then immediately gambled away again, so that in the back of your mind it is also considered a loss....
My advice: gamble quietly something, small stakes, and if you win money pay out.....at 10 or 20 cwnt stakes it is already quite difficult to make large losses (which is of course relative)......

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s****e
I still find it amazing that people here put their hand in the fire for casinos.
Do you sit at the top of sunmaker and have information about everything? Do you know what is going on
going on, or are you just talking about yourself as a private person?

Interesting that you put your hand in the fire for a casino, which you only know as a player
know. I personally would be careful with such statements.

Of course, what you say may be true by chance, but it does not have to be!

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bruffl
Expert
Hi strike,


Of course I'm talking about myself, and I have no relationship with sunmaker, nor do I collect any money.
I have also lost there, on the whole I should be slightly in the plus.
And if you know the casino, you know the fair bonus offers, the fast payout and the appealing website.
I do not think that you want to make this casino bad, if so, there will certainly be no casino that meets your requirements.
If all casinos are so bad, then I would really consider stopping gambling.
Which casino can you recommend?




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s****e
I don't recommend any, because I don't gamble anymore.
i'm more concerned with the blanket statement you made.

i don't want to badmouth a casino, but I would be a bit more
be a bit more cautious with such statements. at least, as long as
you are not a senior employee.

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Anonym
stkrie wrote on 07/09/2018 at 10:22 am: I don't recommend any at all because I don't gamble anymore.
i'm more concerned with the blanket statement you made.

i also do not want to make a casino bad, but I would be
be a bit more cautious with such statements. at least, as long as
you are not a higher employee.v

How high must be the employee in your opinion to know what is really going on in this scene? I mean that you / we are all shitty to the core and thread know but anyway all ? Or not ....?!

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s****e
Hmm, good question
Think times from manager, right?

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Anonym
I believe that even they are only partial confidants

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bruffl
Expert
vivera365 wrote on 07/09/2018 at 11:21 am
How high must be the employee in your opinion to know what is really going on in this scene? I mean that you / we are all screwed to the hilt know all anyway ? Or not ....?!

sure it is cheating on the whole, some play because it makes them fun and they are then also ready to lose something in the month, if the person is strongly addicted, that is of course a far different position. If you have an average RTP of 96% in the OC, far lower in the arcades, and around 50% in the lotto, who is cheating the most?
Where are you not cheated these days, just the German state.....what you pay in taxes and where the money ends up, also cheating......

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