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29 December 2017 - 2:39am

Fortune Jack Any Good or Bad Experiences?

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Hey, don't currently have a complaint or any issue. A friend who is heavy into to bitcoin was telling me he plays a lot on here and wanted my advice if they would be good or bad to stay away from. I do know that they have betsoft games available which from what I have previously read, to stay away from. I did sign up for an account on here just to see what they had to offer. And the only positive thing I had gotten back is I asked if they had any new player bonuses which they said no, and they have emailed one or two things all which do not have any solicitation of free money, which in the past has been a good way of telling who might be more inclined but reading a number of people on the site saying good or bad things, its hard to tell who or what may or may not be a good sign of anything. So I just wanted to run it by and see if there was any info, I could not find anything listed on this site about fortune jack or what they have to offer. Thanks.

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29 December 2017 - 7:58am
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Hi, attmfk,

I registered in Fortune Jack and haven't played there yet, because this casino accepts only BTC and other cryptocurrencies only. So, I am sorry that I can't tell you anything from my own experience.

But, I kind of remember some complaints about customer support, some months ago.

Probably, this casino is not rogue.

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12 January 2018 - 12:29am
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I was just looking around their site and found a bunch of Microgaming games, including Mega Moolah jackpot denominated in BTC.

As far as I know it is not possible to play Microgaming games with BTC or any other cryptocurrency. Usually that is a big sign indicating that the games may be non genuine pirated versions. So I registered and loaded up Mega Moolah and found that it is denominated in U.S. Dollars, not BTC. But I can't see any way that you can deposit dollars into the site, nor how you can convert from crypto to dollars to play these games. Maybe it is done automatically? They do look to be genuine games run off Microgaming servers though, but still it seems a bit shifty - I doubt Microgaming is aware of what is going on if that is the case.

And yes, definitely stay away from the Betsoft and Pragmatic Play games.

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