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skywallkee last won the day on August 23 2020

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  1. Recently this year I got a new job which I applied being certain I won't get in but tried my luck and it turned out that I got in. It turned out to be the best "mistake" to ever make, it's my dreamjob, really good payment, benefits, the stress level is just a little above 0, the colleagues are just awesome people that I even connected with and made friends out of it and I can finally sustain myself from my job income and even have much more than I wanted on the side. Taking what already happened, now I'm making plans on getting a car in the next few months for which I dreamed of getting i
  2. So all I can see in your screenshots is you harassing the support team and demanding funds for your own fault of losing them. If you wish to get help, go on Stake's main page, down at the bottom where links are, in the "Support" column you'll find "Gamble Aware" hyperlink. I strongly recommend you using it. I'm serious, I really wish you'll get some help solve your issues (and I'm not talking about Stake), because you are addicted and it can be seen in the screenshots above. And I'm sorry to say it, but since when the "big boys" are the ones that wager more? It seems pretty iresponsi
  3. I don't really get what you're upset for, please bring arguments to your affirmations rather than threats of long lists of screenshots. What did the Stake Support Team do/didn't do that makes it so not satisfactory? As for my experience, they've always been highly available 24/7, always getting a response in less than 10 minutes (exagerating with 10 minutes, usually instant), were always kind, never said something that might cause any kind of conflict and were always prioritizing the problem to be solved. Not to mention that they're also building a closer connection to Stake through
  4. This isn't like the "net worth" you're thinking of. Stake used to pay for every post you make on the forum, but that feature isn't a thing anymore for I think a year now.
  5. 7$ for 1k$ is actually pretty good. Flat betting would definitely not work, you'll end up losing way more than you currently are. Another strategy of "lasting longer" would be Fibonacci, but that's still going to eat up your balance after a while of playing. Even martingale can hold you for a while if you're lucky enough not to hit that long streak to kill your wallet. I don't really think there is some "set strategy" to wager a lot and lose as less as possible, as people are looking to win a lot and fast, not lose low and slow.
  6. I can't say I didn't like the first one, but thinking that it was in middle 2017, that design kind of was popular back then. As of now, with the "less is better" and "simpler is nicer" trend, Stake again fits perfectly with very clean design, easy to follow interface and buttons that are very well done. What I did say in the past and I'll always keep saying; the only thing I really miss the most from old Stake is the Achievement system with Gary avatars and backgrounds that you could choose from and the leveling system. Those were functionalities that I really miss.
  7. It only deposits to vault, so it has nothing to do with xrp's tag. You're not required anything additional on Stake to deposit to your balance
  8. In the first part, happy that I hit a 8 XRP x8 multiplier. If on overall profit, then even happier
  9. The last addiction that would replace any other casino website that I'm currently using is if they'd add some PvP games, such as Rock Paper Scissors, Coin Flip, Crash PvP, etc.
  10. skywallkee I don't really play slots nor like any favourite, but if I were to pick one that I'd play I'd say it is Pragmatic Play (which Stake currently doesn't have), or Relax Gaming (if I'd choose from one Stake has).
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    By pressing this link doesn't change it? It might help.
  12. I've been a member of Stake for almost 3 years now and all I can say are words of good about Stake. Starting from their really trusted games, to the way they do hear and care what the community actually wants. A proof of that is simply the fact that no matter at what time of the day and which day of the year, Stake has 24/7 at least one (but I've always seen 3 online avatars, never less) support member online in support chat that will always be kind with you and treat you not only with friendship but with some level of gratitude for playing on Stake. Besides the awesome and fast supp
  13. Depends on which game you play. If you play on something like Dice, then the bet doesn't depend on your connection at all, the bet will just be made. If you'll play Mines, then if you loose connection and refresh the page the game will just recover the state it was in before the refresh, without altering the game at all. But if you play Limbo/Crash, then you might be in trouble as the moment you click Check Out might not be the same moment the Server receives the Check Out request and you might miss it and loose money. I'm not entirely sure about the autobet though, I believe that it will
  14. Hi, I'd like to suggest a thing that came alongside another post made on the forum regarding posts with a poor quality but high quantity. The suggestion would be a post quality counter. Something that would have a formula close to the one "Forum reward" had. To elaborate it a little, this will be a score based on how many posts a user has and also what is the quality of these posts. Just for the sake of the example, let's assume that the counter will be on a scale from -10 to 10. Each user will begin with a neutral score of 0. Now let's take two users: User 1: has 10 posts, but
  15. Those requirements aren't made just because the staff wants more posts on the forum, but rather from 10 and 250 posts they can actually see what type of user you are for the platform. In 10 posts, if a user posts only one-word spam but is willing to join a giveaway, then be sure they will have a really low to 0 change of winning. Also, for the 250 giveaway, if in 250 posts you managed to get a lot of warnings, posted only in off-topic area or even only at giveaways, then again, your chance of not being counted can be pretty high. Those requirements also are there to slow down users f
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