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    BetMGM refuses to pay $3 million win over "glitch"

    Also, allegedly told her she could have $100,000 if she signed an agreement that she would have to return the $100,000 and pay the casino "costs" if anyone found out about the glitch.

    https://www.newsweek.com/woman-claim...glitch-1603273
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Also, allegedly told her she could have $100,000 if she signed an agreement that she would have to return the $100,000 and pay the casino "costs" if anyone found out about the glitch.

    https://www.newsweek.com/woman-claim...glitch-1603273
    Glitch is that people actually won money?!

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    This just sounds like a commercial for BetMGM. Nobody can make $11 million or $3 million out of a roulette game, just like Don Johnson making $15 million from playing blackjack at Atlantic City. Nobody can really verify this.

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    "Win at BetMGM and we won't pay you" If that's a commercial, I think they can find a better marketing group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Also, allegedly told her she could have $100,000 if she signed an agreement that she would have to return the $100,000 and pay the casino "costs" if anyone found out about the glitch.

    https://www.newsweek.com/woman-claim...glitch-1603273
    Casino should work on fixing the glitch, not count on her not telling anyone about the glitch. If someone else uses the glitch to make big money, how can the casino tell if the first woman is the source, not someone else makes the same discovery?

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    When I started my gambling career a few years ago, I read several online articles claiming that people had made millions from playing video poker. I got hooked on it and lost thousands of dollars. Just until recent years I found out that it was a hoax. I watched the Don Johnson blackjack film several times but I still believe it is a hoax.

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    Question is, was there really a "glitch"or is that just an excuse to keep from paying her? I guess if She really was up 11 million after 5 days then it would almost have to be a glitch right. But if it was a glitch why didnt they catch it after the first million or two?
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    If I was up that much, I would have started withdrawing a lot earlier. In the early days of online, I hit two VP bonuses. They overnighted a check for each without me asking. I thought this odd behavior for a casino.
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    Betmgm is a joke
    Their sportsbook gives out bonuses like candy and their odds are super slow to move especially player props
    All of the sudden overnight they limit you to joke amounts
    I can bet something like 30 dollars on NBA moneylines after often taking a few thousand a side on player props
    It was fun while it lasted

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    Well. I’ll be waiting to hear about a lawsuit. The days of casinos robbing AP’s should end at some point...Seems similar to the Ivey Case...

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