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February 18, 2019, 08:49:00 PM
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On my way home from work today I heard an ad on the radio for a betting site! Minors can't gamble! When I got home, I immediately called the government to complain, and request that all radio broadcasts be immediately banned. Then I turned on my TV and saw an advert for Bud Light! Minors can't drink! I phoned the government back to request all TV broadcasts be banned. I quickly checked Facebook and saw an advert for a BMW! Minors can't drive! I called the government. I decided to read the newspaper instead, and saw adverts for a local wedding shop, estate agent, and tattoo parlor! Minors can't get married, buy property, or get a tattoo! Tried phoning the government again, but turns out they've blocked my number. I've emailed them instead.
That very nicely points out the absurdity of OP's argument.  Not that I think for one minute that he's being sincere or thinking about anything aside from his hatred of Lauda, but if he was, this is how silly his requests becomes.  Well done.

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February 18, 2019, 08:55:00 PM
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Maybe you can tell me what kind of probability setting have your advertised gambling website so people won't become addicts and won't lose their last underpants ?

In a licensed and governmental controled gambling websites these settings are defined by law to protect customers.

What about your gambling website ?What are their probability settings ?
From what I've read, you think people can't become gambling addicts if they play in regulated casinos, even worst, you think people can't lose everything they have if they play in such casinos. Well that is just one big crazy assumption and it is completely wrong.

But keep going, it is funny to read your nonsense.

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February 19, 2019, 10:17:17 PM
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In a licensed and governmental controled gambling websites these settings are defined by law to protect customers.
From what I've read, you think people can't become gambling addicts if they play in regulated casinos, even worst, you think people can't lose everything they have if they play in such casinos. Well that is just one big crazy assumption and it is completely wrong.
I used to work in an actual real life, "bricks and mortar" casino... all of the odds and house edge etc were government regulated. Even the required payouts for slot machines as a percentage of money put into them was government regulated. Side note, this percentage was actually lowered in an attempt to try to stop people becoming addicted (ie. lower the payouts, people will not want to play them etc)

I saw first hand, every single day I was at work... that none of this regulation made any difference whatsoever.

There were still people who couldn't afford the $10 carpark fee... others who were walking around approaching other patrons offering to sell handbags, phones, necklaces, rings so they could have $20 to gamble... others who would wander the casino for hours looking for 2c worth of credit left on a machine so they could either play it or try collecting it so they could make it up to $1 to cash out etc.

While I applaud your cry for consumer protection... attempting to use it as a "weapon" in your ongoing battle against certain forum members is just pure folly.

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February 20, 2019, 02:19:14 AM
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OP can always contact iTech Labs and ask them about RNG certificates of certain sites. Actually, I am not sure what OP is trying to do here. Ban Lauda, ban advertisers, ban gambling sites...ban everyone?


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February 20, 2019, 02:31:04 AM
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OP can always contact iTech Labs and ask them about RNG certificates of certain sites. Actually, I am not sure what OP is trying to do here. Ban Lauda, ban advertisers, ban gambling sites...ban everyone?



The primary purpose was to get Lauda banned, or at least removed from DT. When it was pointed out to Thule that even Bitcointalk.org has a banner add for a gambling site, it switched to a campaign to ban gambling advertising. However, even if theymos implemented a ban, (which he won't,) I'm sure that he would give people plenty of warning so they could remove their sig advertisement. I'm sure Theymos doesn't want to ban a substantial amount of users on this forum.

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February 20, 2019, 02:38:55 AM
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OP can always contact iTech Labs and ask them about RNG certificates of certain sites. Actually, I am not sure what OP is trying to do here. Ban Lauda, ban advertisers, ban gambling sites...ban everyone?


Thats a good suggestion for OP i think. He isn't going to get any good result by doing this kind of meaningless thread. Everytime he put false blame on others and targetting same person. In real its not going to make any difference.

IMO he should stop now before new users starting to use their "Ignore" button specially for him.

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February 20, 2019, 07:32:40 AM
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First of all there is no false blame.These gambling websites have no licenses for major jurisdiction thats a fact nobody can deny.Its also a fact that people living in these jurisdictions are not allowed to advertise these gambling websites thats also a fact.
You trying to defame me that its about Lauda is just a poor try to slow down that thread.
Its about gambling in general on this forum.
Its the double standard of the high ranked members claiming to protect forums member by tagging everyone for the lowest shit but when it comes to gambling they close their eyes and promote it themself because they get money for it.

Thats a thread showing the pathetic behavior of these so called police member who are hunting abusers and protecting the community and at the same time advertise gambling to non licensed websites where you don't even know if these games are not staged.

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February 20, 2019, 08:04:49 AM
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First of all there is no false blame.These gambling websites have no licenses for major jurisdiction thats a fact nobody can deny.Its also a fact that people living in these jurisdictions are not allowed to advertise these gambling websites thats also a fact.
You trying to defame me that its about Lauda is just a poor try to slow down that thread.
Its about gambling in general on this forum.
Its the double standard of the high ranked members claiming to protect forums member by tagging everyone for the lowest shit but when it comes to gambling they close their eyes and promote it themself because they get money for it.

Thats a thread showing the pathetic behavior of these so called police member who are hunting abusers and protecting the community and at the same time advertise gambling to non licensed websites where you don't even know if these games are not staged.

Do you even bother to read the T&C of gambling websites? A Curacao license is valid in any jurisdiction where online gambling is legal. Each online casino has list of jurisdictions where online gambling is illegal. By accepting the T&C you acknowledge that you are outside any of those jurisdictions.


You trying to defame me that its about Lauda is just a poor try to slow down that thread.
Its about gambling in general on this forum.


Your topic title is "Lauda breaking forum rules ?". ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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February 21, 2019, 07:43:37 PM
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Its about gambling in general on this forum.
Its the double standard of the high ranked members claiming to protect forums member by tagging everyone for the lowest shit but when it comes to gambling they close their eyes and promote it themself because they get money for it.
See:

Betcoin.ag
BetKing.io
MoneyPot
JackpotRacer

and then the reply goes "DT members only tagged them because they didn't get paid"

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February 21, 2019, 08:54:11 PM
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A Curacao license is valid in any jurisdiction where online gambling is legal

What have you smoked?

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February 22, 2019, 06:51:51 AM
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I guess most of us are criminals in quite a few jurisdictions...

Unless the court interprets the intent...

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