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07-19-2000, 07:29 PM
Winnersland.com just posted another trivia question to get another $50 bonus. If you haven't already signed up for this casino you can also get a 21% bonus using code "317". See the site for details.
For existing members, the new trivia question is
In what year were the Olympic Games first held in the USA?
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07-19-2000, 08:48 PM
Did anyone win anything from them? Last time I tried the place was seriously rigged, or so it seemed. Blackjack games went like this: LLLLLLLLLLLWPLLLLLLLLWW, and I was playing using charts on the 2-deck game.
I also got the promo email, and notice they require you to bet double your initial + bonus. Eg, deposit $100, and get $21 bonus, and you have to wager $242 total. Sounds like a bad deal to me.
07-20-2000, 02:54 AM
Actually I deposited $300 initially and ended up even after playing the deposit and the bonus so it seemed pretty fair to me.
07-20-2000, 02:55 AM
And if anyone knows the answer to the trivia question let me know. Thanks. http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/smile.gif
07-20-2000, 03:16 AM
Answer to this trivia question is 1904 that took place in St. Louis MO.
Good luck you guys!
07-20-2000, 04:21 AM
winnersland, starluck, apolla, golden fortune, whatever the fudge using the same fuccking system---these are ****ed up casinos that delay cash-outs ,try weasal your arse out of your money by not telling you how you've bet already in order to cash out the bonus and repeatly suck your money back out from you Ezecash account. These places seriously suck arse. (or so my friend said)
07-20-2000, 02:32 PM
Avoid Apolla casino at all costs -- their systems are seriously rigged. I played Roulette with the ball landing on red 10 consecutive times (with my money on black of course).
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