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  1. You got it-- 10+ total. (Your last comment counts as one.)
  2. @Ejuki That's awesome-- congrats. Which game?
  3. Yeah we've already established that and its not really in dispute. There are other issues at hand. Im sorry to hear that and it must be frustrating. I'd imagine you'd place outside of the top 10 with 500x.. In which case you'd get like $9. And this actually strengthens my point-- look how annoying it is to chase down like $9.. honestly.. Step it up, Stake.
  4. I hear you but Im not sure that it would amount to a sort of 'wealth redistribution' system. Assuming that Stake rewards high rollers not unlike other sites, then also rewarding mid to low rollers would simply mean that Stake is equalling that of its competitors. Sure, this might reduce its bottom line (albeit; it could actually amount to more income in the long run), but that's not to say that high rollers would be deprived of their typical rewards, necessarily. (It's not as though high rollers are 'taxed' at higher bracket; actually, low rollers are taxed highest insofar as taking/taxing relates to some form of redistribution). It should also be noted that, collectively, the mid/low rollers amount to a considerable chunk of revenue and it would be unwise not to value these customers. Ultimately, the burden rests on Stake to appeal to (all of) its customers or it will fail as a competitor in a heavily saturated market. I think the issue is that Stake's raffle supplants its bonus structure. The weekly raffle demonstrably fails almost all of its players. As a result, Stake's bonus structure fails almost all of its players. If Stake were more forthcoming in its dissemination of bonuses-- if we were not forced to scour social media platforms and track down missing bonus amounts, we would not look to the raffle to fill the gap. Nearly all other sites provide better service. This is why many players are not diving head first into Stakes VIP system and opt instead to deposit elsewhere. Losing is frustrating and Im sure we all understand this. (Its part of gambling). But companies offset this with some reasonable amount of compensation which helps remedy those losses and appease the customer. Its pretty interesting that Stake doesnt implement this line of thinking into its model-- imo, its somewhat telling of its underlying philosophy. And it causes me to question other aspects of its operation.
  5. Thanks for the update. Im still familiarizing myself with the whole experience-- the twitter posts, the forum, twitch, telegram, etc. I think the second point, however, still bears relevance. It's unclear that I'll continue to use Stake given the bonus structure. And its a bit disheartening that I could miss out on bonuses because Im not attuned to the various platforms by which they're conveyed. (Ive yet to receive email notifications and had to track these funds down retroactively by contacting support.) Geez....
  6. I tend to see recurring winners; players who win one week have also won in the past. (I understand this is statistically possible-- high rollers earn considerably more tickets.) It begs the question, however, which is: how are the winners actually chosen? Could I ever win $5000, really? I ask because I sacrifice very good bonuses (offered by other casinos) by playing on Stake. This is probably an unwise decision but I do so under the assumption that I have at least some chance at receiving commensurate compensation with respect to my wagering/ deposit/ and losing percentage figures. If I lose $3000/week (and after wagering 20-30x), does it really seem fair to receive like $9 weekly and $20 in rake? I mean, I'm given 15% in bonuses straight up at another site but receive only like 1% here on Stake. Why am I playing here at all? To add: I request a one-time goodwill bonus from Stake staff and am either ignored or denied outright. Doesn't Stake care about long-term customer retention & satisfaction?
  7. Its a shame that we have to track them down for these bonuses. Ideally, Stake would be more forthcoming; I wouldn't need to remind them to send bonuses and I would actually receive notices via email. A greater focus on customer retention and satisfaction would go a long way.. Wouldn't it?
  8. DICE: 50,725,776,501 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00002309 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00002309 DICE: 50,743,871,130 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00001546 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00001546 DICE: 50,745,186,603 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00003097 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00003097 DICE: 50,746,784,731 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00003097 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00003097 DICE: 50,748,137,423 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00003097 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00003097 DICE: 50,749,304,320 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00003099 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00003099 DICE: 50,750,022,295 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00004475 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00004475 DICE: 50,752,264,739 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00005430 Multiplier 1.1785715x Profit 0.00000970 DICE: 50,752,453,258 placed by PaScal161616 on 22/07/2021 Wagered 0.00005430 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00005430 DICE: 51,111,739,561 placed by PaScal161616 on 25/07/2021 Wagered 0.00027414 Multiplier 3.5357144x Profit 0.00069514 DICE: 51,112,649,045 placed by PaScal161616 on 25/07/2021 Wagered 0.00027414 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00027414 DICE: 51,112,715,326 placed by PaScal161616 on 25/07/2021 Wagered 0.00027414 Multiplier 0x Profit -0.00027414
  9. Seems it hasnt happened yet. The hype probably did well to increase wagering tho..
  10. PLINKO: 50,366,195,333 placed by PaScal161616 on 19/07/2021 Wagered 0.00002677 Multiplier 18x Profit 0.00045509 casino:50365949917 PLINKO: 50,366,970,689 placed by PaScal161616 on 19/07/2021 Wagered 0.00002677 Multiplier 27x Profit 0.00069602
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