Dream catcher a scam?

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  • #20824
    Backinamohawk WANTED $8
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    Just found this video on utube where the Wheel keeps on spinning, what you guys opinion on this? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_t-JhA3Hq_k

    #21421
    EnglishGuy WANTED $99
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    It’s obviously motorised.. which.. you would think,, would be illegal.. so yea, highly suspicious.. if it has a motor.. that implies, a brake of some sort.. which is control.

    Might not be accurate,, but they, might, just stop it in the quadrant, that generates the most profit for them…

     

     

    #21456
    The Bandit WANTED $5,354
    El Bandito

    The fact it has been shown to be motorised is a bit weird isn’t it, surely they can stop it in whichever segment they want then. If they could do that though i’m guessing it would never go 7x 7x 2x 10 or some such example, which i’m sure it has done in the past? That’s some pretty huge payouts when it lands in those multipliers isn’t it.

    #21459
    Anonymous WANTED $483
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    CASINOS,GAMES AND SCAMS…..all in the same sentence

    No way! 😉

    Cant wait to here the excuses for this one

    #21465
    argyl53 WANTED $419
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    Of course, it’s rigged but they decided to carry on live-streaming the proof it’s rigged to all their players instead of cutting the cameras and saying there was a technical problem, because that would make total sense.

    Really, if it’s a suitably precision-engineered wheel for balance it will be able to keep spinning for a long, long time without a motor. Compare 1 minute in to the video to 4 minutes in to the video; it’s visibly started to slow down as it gradually loses momentum.

    #21468
    Anonymous WANTED $483
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    argyl53 wrote:

    Of course, it’s rigged but they decided to carry on live-streaming the proof it’s rigged to all their players instead of cutting the cameras and saying there was a technical problem, because that would make total sense.

    Really, if it’s a suitably precision-engineered wheel for balance it will be able to keep spinning for a long, long time without a motor. Compare 1 minute in to the video to 4 minutes in to the video; it’s visibly started to slow down as it gradually loses momentum.

    ITS MOTORISED! end of story. Rigged as fuk

    #21488
    argyl53 WANTED $419
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    Okay, so why in the linked video does it lose momentum over 3 minutes? If it’s motorised, it’s rotation speed should remain constant.

    #21490
    The Bandit WANTED $5,354
    El Bandito

    It must be motorised though mustn’t it as every other spin doesn’t take 3 minutes to lose momentum does it?

    #21492
    Skankhunt2344 WANTED $1
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    Definitely a motor why would a engineer need to go around the back if a flapper had broke which can see isnt? if it was a free wheel you would be able to stop it by hand.

    #21493
    Biohazard WANTED $675
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    Skankhunt2344 wrote:

    Definitely a motor why would a engineer need to go around the back if a flapper had broke which can see isnt? if it was a free wheel you would be able to stop it by hand.

    Actually at 4:33 in that video he does stop it by hand. He then proceeds to mess around with the flapper from the rear for the next few minutes, until resuming play following that.

    I can’t say for sure what went on here, however I would have to assume the flapper contributes enough force, counter-acting on the wheel, to slow down the spin much faster than if the flapper was broken and loose. So it would make sense in this video that it was the flapper that was broken, fixed, and then play resumed. Loving the conspiracies as always though guys.

    #21494
    Skankhunt2344 WANTED $1
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    Though i wouldnt call it a scam as such, kind of like bookies roulette

    #21538
    argyl53 WANTED $419
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    Yeah it’s not motorised, the flapper on the back part will normally be tight and providing much higher resistance so more force is taken out the wheel for every click.

    Again I’ll point out if it was motorised and therefore controllable, the last thing Evolution would do is show you that on camera for 5 minutes.

    But easy solution; anyone who’s convinced it’s rigged, don’t play it.

    #26149
    Winningbird WANTED $574
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    I spoke to some one about this who used to host dream catcher. He said it’s not motorised but is weighted, and the flicker thing had been taken off the wheel which you can see in the video, it’s not actually touching the wheel. He said due to the weight, if the flicker isn’t on the wheel can keep spinning.

    Don’t know if he told me this because evolution had an agreement with him or if it’s the truth, but usually he can’t lie for shit, and it looked like he was being honest with me.

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