Gambling problem wow
Apr 03, · Is Gambling against the rules? Well wow is wow. I guess gambling I don`t think it`s a matter of allow or not allowed,it`s a matter if theirs a problem you. Sep 02, · Gambling was a problem here because, as a nexus of player interaction, which are the legitimate form of gambling in World of Warcraft. Feb 18, · Committed to keeping the World of Warcraft experience authentic and minimally annoying, in game casinos or any type of gambling establishment.
There are in-game gambling options that are supported by Blizz, such as fortune cards where you can win up to g, and the BMAH caches that could contain a mount or useful piece of gear. By all means do so. I'm pretty sure it will add some diversity to the game, it could be a fun thing to do while you are bored or want to gamble to win some big chunks of gold for that shiny mount or a great BoE upgrade. I've made over k while others have lost about that much or more. Insane how much gold we just throw around at each other. As of this moment at least, they are certainly not an intended part of World of Warcraft. Haha, my guild is going 50k rolls now.
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Also, if it appears that this practice is being abused or is simply having a deleterious effect on the game play environment, we are certainly willing to revise our stance on the subject.
Please remember that our ultimate goal is to provide the best and most fun environment for all our players. It remains unwise to run an in-game casino, as it is inherently risky. Merely because you can do something does not mean that you should. Long story short - it's a really bad idea to try running an in-game casino, and we'd counsel against it.
Please do not be surprised if, despite a lack of policy on the casinos themselves, that other account actions result from associated activities, including scamming. A "casino" is not considered scamming because of randomizing. Casinos became a problem because certain individuals realized math was on their side, and managed to obtain large sums of gold from players lost in the heat of the moment.
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Forums General Discussion Is Gambling against the rules? Prev 1 2 Next. I just had a random idea today and I wondered if it would be against the rules.. Opening a sort of "Gambling" Business. I was thinking just having fun stuff like for example: Pay 1 gold, Roll over 50 and get 2Gold back!
Stuff like that, just for fun. I was just wondering if it was against to rules to offer such services in game. Thanks for your time. Well wow is wow.
I guess gambling is okay Once there were many people doing that in my server, but I have no idea if its allowed or not. Try searching on the ToS for something. Thanks for both of you for your feedback, I'll look into the ToS. Gambling is allowed, advertising in any public channel is not. It is ok to run a "casino" but it is against the rules to advertise it in a public channel. Allright I would like to really thank anyone who took the time and helped me answer my question: Allright, I'll open a ticket later and ask a GM to be sure.
Apr 3, 1. A while back someone in trade chat was trying to get players for a Hold Em game via add on. Not gambling per se but there might be similar add ons of the type. Be careful with that of course. Gambling in game is not against the rules. However advertising for it is. Then you can go ahead and have fun doing it.
My advice to the o. They can't stop you from advertising on a 3rd party website Have something to say? Log in to join the conversation.
Christatos Aristad is a recently retired professional gambler. He has most graciously volunteered to write a series of posts for AoM on the ins and out of gambling in general and the basics of various games for the education and enjoyment of those AoM readers who are interested in this subject.
Gambling is probably a different thing to everyone who takes the time to form an opinion on the matter. Job, diversion, hobby, glamorous lifestyle, addiction, sin, vampyric drain on the economy and the body politic, half hearted restitution to the indigenous population of a wealthy country, mob business, diversion of royalty and the wealthy, social occasion, or legitimate business.
What you, the reader thinks, I do not know. What I do know is this. As a man, gambling, the skill, the art, the technique, the manners and the etiquette, are not just a way of making money, but an effective tool for building your social, political and business circle, as well as mingling with the highest echelons of society in a manner that will display your class and dignity.
There is no simple answer, and in truth, there is no guide. To rise up through gambling is one part training, and five parts nature, but that one part can be possessed by the soul of brevity, so without further ado, allow me to present the first part of a series of articles on the heart of gambling, the purpose of which is to separate the wheat from the chaff, and the shark from the gentleman.
The average gambler is superstitious, and ultimately not very smart. And their method, such as it is, is defined by three sayings that are in truth three logical fallacies or statistical rules from which no one can escape. The trick is to recognize them, and then to escape them. The failure in reasoning here is the belief in a certain outcome, the positive benefit, without actual evidence.