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In what Casino in the world.

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OddballEasyEight
06.16.2014 , 05:08 AM | #21
Quote: Originally Posted by Terro_Fett View Post
You fail to see the massive difference. Buying a rancor off the GTN simply moves the credits from one player to another, keeping the money in the system. What bioware is attempting to do is remove money from the game entirely.
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Heal-To-Full
06.16.2014 , 05:16 AM | #22
Quote: Originally Posted by JLAJLA View Post
Or a Galaxy far far away, can you not cash a chip in for it's purchase worth..... Never make any money that way.
I wonder too how exactly are "fortunes made" in a casino where you can never, ever win money, only prizes that you aren't even allowed to sell.
Could at least pick their wording right.


Quote: Originally Posted by Alec_Fortescue View Post
The whole point of this casino was to suck the credits out of players, not reward them with even more credits.
Real-life casinos are way better at sucking money out of players, specifically because you can win money.

I understand very well why they made this "casino" never reward you any cash, it was done specifically to make it a weaker credit sink. Once you win all the prizes and blow up a slot machine, it's useless, you can forget it and go home. If they could win creds, players would stick around, and house edge would bleed some of them dry.
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