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Roopher2020

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When I spoke with a friend about my plan to go-real with playing roulette in an OC using my bot he stated that every OC would, sooner or later, lock a player's account (with all won funds in it, if not worse) if he would generate steady profits for himself. Even a reputable OC would "exclude" me from membership as soon as they see that I start pulling out more than I had paid in - simple accounting all OCs probably do. Unfortunately, this sounds somewhat reasonable to me because OCs exist to do the exact opposite, don't they?  :-\
My question: Would that now mean that I do not need to bother at all with opening an OC account since I would never get paid out my wins at the end? If not true, which would be an OC that does pay out as won? BetVoyager one of those, if any?

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Tobacco Vanille

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An online casino generally won't close your account unless they suspect you of cheating.
Why would some of these companies worth billions refuse anybody their winnings  if the win was legitimate?
Do your research and you will avoid the shady joints!

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first you need to come up with a successful strategy, then you can ask this question.
A dollar won is twice as sweet as as a dollar earned

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first you need to come up with a successful strategy, then you can ask this question.
Zigzag :thumbsup:
How do you win at roulette, simple, make the right decision

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How do you win at roulette, simple, make the right decision

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When I spoke with a friend about my plan to go-real with playing roulette in an OC using my bot he stated that every OC would, sooner or later, lock a player's account (with all won funds in it, if not worse) if he would generate steady profits for himself. Even a reputable OC would "exclude" me from membership as soon as they see that I start pulling out more than I had paid in - simple accounting all OCs probably do. Unfortunately, this sounds somewhat reasonable to me because OCs exist to do the exact opposite, don't they?  :-\
My question: Would that now mean that I do not need to bother at all with opening an OC account since I would never get paid out my wins at the end? If not true, which would be an OC that does pay out as won? BetVoyager one of those, if any?

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Roopher
If you can beat rng, why not just go to a real casino? Of course, I am nearly certain that you cannot beat it.
You cannot win at roulette by "reading randomness" nor using systems.

Roopher2020

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If you can beat rng, why not just go to a real casino?
As I wrote it is a bot whose betting progression profile cannot be replicated by me. I am not Rainman (Dustin Hoffman). Must be OC.

Roopher2020

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first you need to come up with a successful strategy, then you can ask this question.
Thanks for your helpful contribution! Still early in the new year, but it is already a very hot candidate for the "Post of the Year 2021" to me  :thumbsup:

Roopher2020

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An online casino generally won't close your account unless they suspect you of cheating.
Why would some of these companies worth billions refuse anybody their winnings  if the win was legitimate?
Do your research and you will avoid the shady joints!

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"An online casino generally won't close your account unless they suspect you of cheating." - Sorry, but this seems as just an unfounded statement, or, if you could add some 'meat'?

"Why would some of these companies worth billions refuse anybody their winnings..." - Because they are profit-oriented, and live off keeping more in from the clients than what was paid in by them? But if you are saying that OCs don't care to kick out steady winners because they make enough from the occasional winners and losers then this would be a point of debate.

"Do your research and you will avoid the shady joints!" - Yes daddy  :'(

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Why would an online trading platform close your account? Run your progressions on the stock market.
You cannot win at roulette by "reading randomness" nor using systems.

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Tobacco Vanille

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Thanks.
"An online casino generally won't close your account unless they suspect you of cheating." - Sorry, but this seems as just an unfounded statement, or, if you could add some 'meat'?


Go to any of the websites/blogs who deal with customer complaints and read why the casino refused to pay on any winnings.
They usually fall into a few of the following categories.

*Using someone else's debit/credit card.
*Not following the terms and conditions relating to bonus money.
*Playing whilst self-excluded/banned from that particular group of casinos.

These appear to be the most common. No doubt there are many others. One thing I have never read is a reputable casino not paying out just because they don't feel like it. If they want to ban you because they feel your business is of an uneconomical nature, that's up to them but they will still pay you out any prior winnings as long as you didn't abuse any of the terms and conditions.


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