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Gambling sites that don't suck

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by 3tails, Nov 6, 2014.

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WHat's your favorite type of onling gambling?

  1. Dice

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  2. Slot Machine

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  3. Blackjack

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  4. Poker

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  5. Event Betting (Racing, sports, ect)

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  6. Other

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  1. 3tails

    3tails Newbie

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    Do you have any Crytocurrency gabling sites you like? If so, which ones do you like?
    Feel free to share who you are on the site if you would like other BHW members to come say hello!

    I have tried a few different sites, but personally, I like Prime Dice the best for three reasons:

    1) It offers Free Money to play and it's a reasonable amount!
    This gambling site has it's own faucet. You talk to get to level 1, and from there on out you throw dice and talk some more to gain levels. The higher your level the more bitcoin you get per faucet run. Level 40 (current max level) offers .00010000 for doing nothing. I get .00001457 each time I hit the faucet button and I'm not very high level. I have gotten to withdraw point from faucet change. If you don't get greedy and are careful when you bet you can get somewhere. Of course I also have busted horribly, but as it wasn't my money I counted it as a learning experience and had fun doing it.

    2) It really DOES pay out!
    You'll need to get to at least .0001 BTC to withdraw due to fees, but yes, it does pay out if you have the winnings. I'm pretty glad it's not as high as some other sites I have seen. It still takes work to get there, but it's fair and honest.

    3) I like the community
    The people there are pretty crazy and chatting with them is fun. Tipping happens at random as a goodwill gesture (as long as nobody begs!) and one of the mods even made a bot that does nothing but "make it rain". People are happy to talk strategy and even Bitcoin in general. I've learned quite a few things from just hanging out.

    Who am I?
    If you feel like chatting with me or want to mark me down as a referral, my name there is kitsuneae.

    My personal strategy
    I'm slow and steady. 85% win rate, bet at least 300 SAT. Increase by at least 4x on loss. Don't use autobetter or severely limit any autobetter use to keep risk low. Most of my losses are from the times I used Autobetter. Some people use MartinGayle. Others let it ride at just a 10% win chance. It's all up to what works for you!
     
  2. Hawkster

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    why dont you see any actual dice lol? im on there now trying it out but im too tired to figure shit out
     
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    The house always wins, trust me.
     
  4. 3tails

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    Sites that show actual dice only do it for the player's sake. When a programmer does a dice site the server handles all the actual rolls behind the scenes. Showing, say, a pair of six-sided dice takes a little extra loading time because the server has to go "Ok, what dice do I show here? Oh, those!" and then loads the images. Considering that most players who play dice games don't care what the dice look like, just what numbers are rolled, having actual dice show up on a dice site is extra work for little payout and so you don't see it often.

    The numbers actually rolled (on Prime Dice at least) show up at the bottom of your screen on the right, below the big blue box that lets you select win rates, high/low, and such. Green = win. Red = loss.

    It's that way on every gambling site. :) It's the nature of gambling: nobody ever truly wins, so you have to cut and run while you're ahead before you start to lose what you "earned". Some sites are worse than others.

    Speaking of "the house always wins", Money Pot must be a huge money maker!

    In a nutshell Money Pot is a game where you place money down then choose when you quit. The system rolls dice in the background and ends the game on a "bad roll" causing the round to "crash". The longer you stay in the round, the more you win, but if you're still in the game when the round crashes, you lose your bet. There are rounds where you barely break 1.05x your bet or it crashed on the very first roll. It's not unusual to see most players lose out in a round just because it ended before it hit 2x reward.

    Between the insane loss rate and the fact the game runs in "bits" worth 100 satoshi each (which adds up fast!) I picture that the owners are rolling in bitcoin. That said, it's OK... but not as stable as Prime Dice, nor is the community as fun. Those losses add up fast, too!
     
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  5. BlackH@tWorld

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    The ultimate bitcoin gambling site continues to Satoshi's Roulette. :)
     
  6. Green Island

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    What happened to SatoshiDice? It used to be the biggest bitcoin gambling site.
     
  7. LleixG

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    No idea but now the biggest site for gambling is PrimeDice