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LiamJ

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  1. yeah the ads are definitely annoying. it's something the publisher of the video allows in to make more money, so people have all rights to complain on it. I'm certainly not surprised people are unsubscribing. especially in this line of video making. i find its rare to see a casino type streamer put ads on for the extra buck, so no wonder people aren't enjoying videos broken down with ads!
  2. £2000 bonus hunt on £7 stake slots. I know you prefer the £2 stakes but 70k, £7.. could well work out to be a tasty profit. Or maybe get some grinding games up as a special. Like lil devil on £1 or £2 stake for heart stopper, royal mint etc
  3. Nicks done 100% the right thing. CasinoGrounds obviously want people to know they use real money (with or without deposit bonuses included) and doesn't want any reason for people to be thinking otherwise. I know Nick is against Roshtein in particular for ridiculously fake streaming, and viewers are probably more interested in real streaming because when we are watching like we do with Darren, we see wins and losses and can imagine ourselves in the same possibilities.. its a slight fantasy in a way but its true and its what keeps a lot of us watching - that if we had used that same money we may
  4. I used to work in a bookies. If I saw someone filming I wouldnt have been the slightest bothered unless someone had brought to my attention they don't want filming. As a bookies worker, we were constantly reminded not to acknowledge customers first out of work, so we couldn't say hello if they didn't unless we had a personal friendship with them out of work. Reason being - gambling could be something they haven't told partners, family etc and the bookies have no rights to be the ones to break their secret. Whilst in the bookies they actually have the right to their privacy so if your screen ac
  5. well, july you will have no debts and theres many, many people including myself that wish we could say that. mines heavily gambling related and i'm a long way out but theres always a finish line. I hope you've learnt hard from that loss that whatever amount you have will never be enough. its best to stay away from it all, and its not easy but you've done well now to get away from it so I hope you do stay away pal.
  6. actually, very good point. as far as making the videos go I didn't really think as much. I stand corrected! although going any lower in my opinion is asking for either loss of minimal chance of winning due to much lower win values
  7. 20p-40p are pretty useless stakes for him to be doing. As you see on his videos, his possible budget (barring bonus hunt videos) is usually £500. 20-40p stakes at that budget are way too low. Yes, gambling isn't a way to make money but if we didn't have the possibility of making money we wouldn't do it, right? that includes streamers. Even £2 is low for a ~£500 budget and in my opinion, especially considering their jackpot on a fobt is the amount of his max spend. Not only that and don't take this offensively because its not intended that way - up to 40p stakes isn't exciting because there's s
  8. winners were £3 out, you were about £20 out so not close enough
  9. oh the points I don't agree with i'd said on the previous post. like I say, everyone is entitled to their opinion and if I made a stream of me on slots I would get the same backlash every single slots streamer does - my point there is they're all going to be called crooks. If theyre playing on a reputable casino I certainly disagree that theyre dodgy as i'm sure if they were caught, the casino and the streamer are committing a level of fraud. so yeah, that's basically where my opinion lies. I watch only a couple of them and I enjoy watching them. If I were to break my gambling block, its my ow
  10. Okay, I know there has been a lot of negative talk about streamers on here recently. I personally don't agree with the points being made, but that's my opinion just like everyone has their own. Opinions are like a penis, all us blokes have one but don't force it in my face I've got my own 😂 The reason for this post, I would like to fuel your conspiracies as I had a thought that I'm not sure on the answer. I'm on gamstop so don't bet online, but when I used to years ago deposit bonuses were for your first sign up and possibly 2nd and 3rd but that's it to entice you in. Streamers seem
  11. ive a feeling if you look at the rules on the wall of every bookies (yes, there are rules and all that shit believe it or not!) it will actually say you aren't allowed to. genuinely. I've had a couple instances of people filming when I used to work there, I'd just say i'm not bothered about the filming but the filming needs to be the machine and nothing else (to which Id explain why). some bookie workers are just knobs anyway
  12. the problem is privacy and security. There are many many people who go into a bookies who don't tell their husbands, wives, girlfriends, parents etc due to (I imagine) mainly that they aren't supposed to be there. I know this as an ex bookie worker. we were never allowed to greet someone outside of work times in town or whatever who was a customer unless they said hello first, because a lot of people say theyre popping to the shops or whatever and actually go and spunk money. because of this, some workers wouldn't like filming incase these people get caught on camera and the people they'v
  13. You can say Darren is the most genuine but that's an unfair comparison. He mainly does fobt betting, fobt and online are as different as fobt vs vegas. And that being said, darren has put videos up of just bonuses.. that's not quite genuine if we are making a point about winnings? Dont you think? Dont get me wrong, I agree with none of your points so I'm not slating anyone unless their name is Roshtein.. but just because we are on Darren's forum you cant say everyone except for him is fake
  14. Oh absolutely, streamers in general are guilty of that. Theres a film called Contagion I watched recently on Netflix, and in there a streamer was saying dont use the drugs they're telling you to use etc and it mimics real life. Not just gambling streamers and if anything even bigger with other streamers that have thousands of watchers every stream. BUT it is the fault of the believing viewer if they take that view. At the beginning of this pandemic, word spread so much that "its just the flu, I'm not changing what I do" and I felt like the only prick not being a sheep and being careful fo
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