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Sbenny

A crazy scientist
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SB Mod Squad ⭐
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Hello again dear community, after today's announcement about a new fantastic unlock discount system to let you save up to 50%, we're proud to announce a new limited event: SB WHEEL OF FORTUNE (beta).

We're still in the testing phase, but once we're ready, we might even extend this and make it part of our "regular" ways to gain SB Points (or lose SB Points. Keep reading to find out how).

Please note you need to have at least 1,000 SB Points in order to Play, otherwise you can't even see the button I'm going to talk about. If you need more SB Points, check our usual guide about How to get SB Points here.


Here's how it looks like:

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How does it work?
If you have at least 1,000 SB Points, click the button at the end of this message, the one saying "SB WHEEL OF FORTUNE". A popup will appear, with a Wheel of Fortune showing a list of prizes and the Jackpot (currently, 10,000 SB Points). Then, just tap on "SPIN" and the Fortune Wheel will start spinning fast. When you're ready to check your prize, just press "Check Results" and the page will automatically refresh. A notification will appear at the top-right of the top menu, showing your prize.

You need to be very brave if you want to proceed and make a spin.

This isn't a regular "Wheel Of Fortune":
1) First of all, it's completely free to play (you need 1,000 SB Points only to be able to see the Wheel of Fortune).
2) Then, most importantly, it's not a risk-free Wheel of Fortune, as the prizes can also be negative, which means you can win up to 10,000 SB Points, or lose up to 1,000 SB Points every time you spin it.
3) Also, you can play unlimited times, as it's currently not a daily minigame (things might change in the future).

How much can I win?
As said above, you can win up to 10,000 SB Points, but beware you might also lose some of your SB Points.

Are you brave enough? Here's the button to start playing:

Sorry, you need to own least 1,000 SB Points to Play the Wheel of Fortune. You can Purchase SB Points here or farm SB Points by following this guide.;

Feel free to share your winnings. The first one to hit the Jackpot will receive a special item from the SB Points Shop: just share your screenshot below and then send me a private message about your Jackpot to notify me.

🍀 GOOD LUCK! 🍀
 

Sbenny

A crazy scientist
Staff member
Admin
SB Mod Squad ⭐
✔ Approved Releaser
Active User
I played like 80 times just to end up with a total gain of only 60 SB. Is this how people lose everything at the casinos? :cry:
If you gained 60 SB Points I wouldn't say you lost 😛 when people lose everything at Casinos, it's because they actually lose 😅
 

Deathknell

Lurker Lv0️⃣
Member for 1 year
I lost about 100 sb points but hey i earned about 1200 sb points in just 10 tries. I feel like too lucky and if i try to spin another time it will just smash me with a -1000 or -500 sb points. But thanksss for making this. Goodluck yall❤❤
 

FoxInFlames

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✌️ Community Team
Active User
Member for 2 years
Spun 14 times, 150 sb points profit

Another way to kill time for me i guess :p

I'll keep editing this the more i spin lol
 
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Rosina

Savage Lv6️⃣
I just tried it and won 10 sb points. This is great i can now earn points much more faster thank you your the best ☺
Ok so after playing a few time i finally got the 1000 sb point. Im already addicted, i hope this becomes a "regular" ways to get sb point. Thanks again mr. Bossman your the best

Edit: i just won another 1000 next stop 10000 🤩
 
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DarthVoda

Savage Lv6️⃣
Member for 5 years
Another ingenious avenue to accrue SB Points completely for free (even a loss is not losing any real money; unless you purchased some SB Points with real-world monies, in which case I guess that would make this not necessarily "free", although even considering that you are "free" to play or not... now you can see why some of my posts are essay-length diatribes, my mind is a never-ending labyrinth, through which I am doomed to wander for the rest of my days! But at least I'm fun at parties, so there's that....). I have never payed for Points, per se, although I have donated in other ways, money always well-spent, in my frugal eyes!. This new feature comes at an interesting time, because I have recently begun pondering making a purchase of SB Points. I guess I'll try my luck and let the wheel decide for me: will I win enough to satisfy my desires, or will I lose enough to make the purchase inevitable?!

This is a grand idea, I do have one slight concern. This is more a matter of optics, and not something that I earnestly believe to be a problem, but aren't any of you on @Sbenny's squad worried about the detrimental effect this could have on a PR level? Because, boiled down to common denominators, isn't this an easy target for critics of online gambling?

Edit-- I never do this, as it makes my comment appear disjointed and hard to read. But I must interject myself at this point in time, when I have already completed typing the whole comment, to inform the reader that the 3 sentences above are the entirety of my concern(s). The following paragraph below this disclaimer, and there's a whole bunch of it, is frothy head, which I got very carried away with composing. I would slim it down considerably, but I had fun thinking it up, and some may even enjoy reading it. But please note, Dear Reader, none of it contains any substance, save for the last paragraph, which is more than my mindless prattle. Feel free to skip past it, if your wrist doesn't get too tired from all the scrolling. Thank you!


Don't get me wrong, I just explained how great of an idea this is, and I truly meant what I said. I know many on the Admin team and the creator of this awesome space, our Great Benefactor @Sbenny live in Europe where I believe internet gambling is allowed, though as heavily restricted as most of the other adult content on the internet (stricter regulations than in the USA, where I call home). Here, this is a hotly debated topic that we as a society have yet to fall down firmly on one way or the other. In fact, in my home state of Sunny California, it is on the next ballot for the upcoming November election. The main concern from opponents to legalizing this kind of gambling is the (potential) exposure it will create for minors, who are strictly forbidden from gambling in any form, for obvious reasons. They claim that no security measures can make it secure enough, since many so-called "hackers" are kids that have yet to graduate from high school. Personally I think that's rubbish, a lotta hogwash you might call it. I mean yeah, there will be some minors that will sneak their way into these portals, but I don't believe it will turn them all into drooling buffoons who get hopelessly addicted to gambling and then they have to move on to harder stuff, cuz playing card games and bingo online for digitized buckets of cash just doesn't do the trick for 'em anymore, so they start spending long stretches of time away from home, days sometimes weeks at a time bouncing around the local Indian Reservation Casinos, but that never lasts long because there aren't any sport's books in those casinos (cuz betting on Sports is currently illegal in this state, but not in Nevada which is a short 3 to 8 hour drive, depending on your departing location), so they are forced to go to the bigger casinos in Nevada, and they get sucked into the glitz and glamor and decadence of all those bright lights in the original Sin City, and before you know it, you're finding them burnt out at some sleezy motel off of Interstate 15, in a small town called Barstow, California, at the tragic endpoint of a harrowing and viscious downward spiral of degradation and despair, their lips chapped from sleep deprivation, hair disheveled and not cleaned for at least a fortnight, stomach distended from malnutrition and a healthy habit of Mickey's Fine Malt Liquor (strictly 40 oz. bottles, always wrapped tightly in a brown paper bag, the floor is absolutely littered with them, a distinct stench of urine coming from some of them, despite the perfectly serviceable toilet in the attached bathroom) , with their pants down to their ankles, the last few coins from the thousands of dollars that they stole from you trickling out of the pockets as they languishly shuffle their feet towards you in the most pathetic and heart-breaking manner you've ever seen, each forward movement slower and heavier than the last, and they finally reach the doorway where you're standing mouth agape with shock and awe, and after struggling unsuccessfully to mutter the words "I'm sorry" to you, it is all you can do to just put your hand on their head and pull them close to you and whisper to them, "it's all right, I know, everything's gonna be OK, I still love you. I will always love you. And we're gonna get you some help." Of course I don't see that happening, ever... but I digress (I live for digression, you could say I've got an unnatural obsession with digression, mmwwwwaahhaahhhaa!).

I know that you guys know that the parents of the many little kids that visit this site every day know that there are many little kids visiting this site every day. I presume no effort has been made to block their access to this new feature, the way that you all had scrambled mightily to put a wall up for the newly added NSFW section here, when it was created. And again, not to belabor the point, as much as I love belaboring points, I have no moral objection to anyone of any age enjoying this new feature. At the same time , and on the other hand, inversely and conversely and everything in between, I would be awfully wary of an onslaught of very negative commentary from some of the stuffiest and loudest participants in these forums. Hopefully, this is more of my own fear-mongering, a helpless manifestation of my neurotic psyche, I'm sorry , but I really can't help myself sometimes. Especially when the time is just past 2 in the morning on a Friday night/early-Saturday morning. I've apologized before, and this won't be the last time.
 
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DarthVoda

Savage Lv6️⃣
Member for 5 years
Further edit: I just lost half of my points in about ten minutes. Somebody(s) have sucked all the good fortune outta this thing and fast! Oy. Should be nice and primed up for the next one to try, though. (Is that gonna keep me from spinning the wheel any more?....how silly of you to even ask, lol! Although, a brief respite is not such a bad idea, i think).
 

amnesia0

Lurker Lv0️⃣
Member for 2 years
edit: double post
 
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