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    Question Where is welcome thread for Driven Affiliates?

    Hello

    every new sponsor will be embraced with a bouquet of flowers in the form of a welcome thread.

    So, where is the welcome thread for Driven Affiliates (https://www.gpwa.org/forum/driven-affiliates.html)!

    I can't find it.
    Perhaps I am too stupid.

    Not here: https://www.gpwa.org/forum/search.php (search in "Forums" and "Keyword(s)" for "Driven")

    And not here: https://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=e...10.MvsSo23TGho

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    Welcome Leopold



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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    Hello

    every new sponsor will be embraced with a bouquet of flowers in the form of a welcome thread.

    So, where is the welcome thread for Driven Affiliates (https://www.gpwa.org/forum/driven-affiliates.html)?!

    I can't find it.
    Perhaps I am too stupid.

    Not here: https://www.gpwa.org/forum/search.php (search in "Forums" and "Keyword(s)" for "Driven")

    And not here: https://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=e...10.MvsSo23TGho

    Leopold
    I am old but not too old to find answers to my questions.
    The notion of not having to do everything yourself is attractive but obviously unrealistic.
    It's no secret for some, that I am limited in time because of my family situation, that I can't see everything and as a result I am very very grateful if ...

    However, less than 10 minutes investigations are enough.

    Phone number of Driven Affiliates is (972) 054-4491 ext. 308.
    Public source: www.igamingaffiliateprograms.com/affiliate-program/driven-affiliates/

    The same phone number is here on BestPay Partners website: bestpaypartners.com/en/contact
    +972 54 4491 308

    Same website style.

    Same name: john@drivenaffiliates.com | john@bestpaypartners.net

    The answer of my question "Where is welcome thread for Driven Affiliates?" is "There is no such welcome thread because it's the same person [company] and a [original] welcome thread exist here: https://www.gpwa.org/forum/welcome-b...or-215114.html

    Now there are two feeding grounds (for both sides), one for a goose and one for the egg.

    Driven Affiliates = Egg of BestPay Partners

    Nothing more, but also nothing less than that.

    Leopold
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    We load a program on the site and let the program review it prior to launching. That is why sometimes a program will be listed prior to a welcome announcement.

    Driven is taking over the BPP sponsorship.
    I am here to help if you have any issues with an affiliate program.
    Become involved in GPWA to truly make the association your own:
    Apply for Private Membership | Apply for the GPWA Seal | Partner with a GPWA Sponsor | Volunteer as a Moderator


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    FYI, I am flying to London tomorrow for ICE/LAC. There will be a few new sponsors starting while I am away you will notice the same thing. You will see programs on the list but not welcomed for a few days.
    I am here to help if you have any issues with an affiliate program.
    Become involved in GPWA to truly make the association your own:
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    "There will be a few new sponsors starting while I am away you will [...] see programs on the list but not welcomed for a few days"

    No problem. I hope the other new sponsors are not old wine in new wineskins.
    What a pity, that I spoiled the surprise.
    Sometimes chance demonstrate its talent.
    There are very few fortunate coincidences in everyday life.
    Every being that appears in a biotope has significance.
    This also applies to inspiring desires, and it may just be the writing.

    Outpost of Germany wishes you a good flight.

    Leopold


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    I came here to share a warning about players being ripped off by Crazy Winners casino and lookie what I found here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    Our old friend "John *" (or is it David * this week?). I am so not surprised.
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    Wow - thanks for the heads up. Some disgusting terms.

    This is pretty funny though!

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    - If the Player is discovered to be cheating or has been found making irregular betting patterns, or suspicious or irregular betting strategies and or the Player has instigated a system (i.e. Martingale, machines, computers, software or any other form of automation) to proliferate a cheat designed for the Casino to lose revenue due to this operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkytoe View Post
    Wow - thanks for the heads up. Some disgusting terms.

    This is pretty funny though!

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    - If the Player is discovered to be cheating or has been found making irregular betting patterns, or suspicious or irregular betting strategies and or the Player has instigated a system (i.e. Martingale, machines, computers, software or any other form of automation) to proliferate a cheat designed for the Casino to lose revenue due to this operation.
    Always amuses me when a casino can't understand such basic maths and realise no gambling system can beat the casino. Either they are mathematically incompetent or just added that term in order to steal from players, not sure which one I prefer.

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    Yes jacktensuited,

    Math certainly does seem to be a problem for some groups.

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    JackTenSuited
    "Always amuses me when a casino can't understand such basic maths"

    universal4
    "Math certainly does seem to be a problem for some groups."

    Indeed, because every shoe seller is able to open a white label casino without any knowledge, what goes on on the tables.

    The visible proof in this very interesting experiment demonstrates the danger for both sides, the casino and the player.

    ===> http://www.videospiele-online.com/Th...44378#pid44378

    It's written in German, but the graphic is the quintessence and I will describe, what was done.

    It's the result of a simulation with 100,000 real roulette spins from a real casino.
    Player waits until Red, Black, Even, Odd, High or Low wasn't hit 6 times in a row.
    Then he starts betting 1 Euro/Dollar/... = 1 unit.
    The progression has 12 stages (1- 2- 4 - 8 - 16 - 32 - 64 - 128 - 256 - 512 - 1024 - 2048 )
    If the progression bursts, the player will lose 4,095 units.
    If Zero appears, the money is gone.
    No la partage or en prison rule. Common rules for most online casinos.

    As you can see with the graphic the player is very lucky for more than 79,000 spins and is able to win 3,557 units with spin 79,544.
    But then the progression bursts for the first time, and now the interesting part for every casino owner:
    Within short time the progression bursts again and again, and at the end the win of 3,557 units changed in a loss of 12,053 units.
    Also very interesting: The house edge with roulette is 2,7% of wagered units.
    In this experiment the loss for the player is not 2,7 %.
    It's 16,79 %!

    And don't forget: The player was lucky a very long time.
    With the same probability another player will fall directly at the beginning of his 100,000 spins into the same abyss as the player from the experiment after 79,000 spins.

    The experiment proves, that a Martingale progression player can remain in the winning zone for several months, sometimes for more than a year, but as longer the winning streak as closer the bursts of the Martingale progression later. So there is a chance for a Martingale player to win, if he is very lucky for some months, cash out his winnings and never play this progression again.

    But 8 out of 10 players continue playing this style as long as the things happens you can see in the graphic.
    And if the own money is involved and no longer the money from the casino, then everything is different from psychological view.

    Leopold
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