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Economy => Gambling discussion => Topic started by: turtletime on January 22, 2019, 08:43:43 PM



Title: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: turtletime on January 22, 2019, 08:43:43 PM
Can someone direct me to the casino with the absolute best odds and what game it is.  Needs to be provably fair and not a scam site that doesn't let you withdraw. thanks.


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: Thanasis on January 22, 2019, 09:12:31 PM
Just click my signature it will redirect you to one of the reputed gambling site in this forum and its provably fair.


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: Stockr.co on January 22, 2019, 10:35:13 PM
5dimes usually has the best odds for sportsbetting


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: Cashi on January 23, 2019, 01:50:22 AM
Can someone direct me to the casino with the absolute best odds and what game it is.  Needs to be provably fair and not a scam site that doesn't let you withdraw. thanks.

im recommending you to try and visit BitBlender, it has been proven and tested long time ago and still operating, lots of games and all the best odds, truly not a scam site because just yesterday, theyve launched theyre signature campaign and was manage by the most trusted signature manager here in bitcointalk forum, Hhampuz.
BitBlender is a Bitcoin Mixing Service, bro.

It's a service to disable tracking your Bitcoin-transactions since Bitcoin is only pseudo-anonymous. If anyone knows your BTC address (maybe tied from KYC of an exchange) he can follow your transactions via sites like blockexplorer. BitBlender mixes your coins and this protects your privacy.  :)


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: Lassie on January 23, 2019, 02:11:38 AM
Can someone direct me to the casino with the absolute best odds and what game it is.  Needs to be provably fair and not a scam site that doesn't let you withdraw. thanks.

im recommending you to try and visit BitBlender, it has been proven and tested long time ago and still operating, lots of games and all the best odds, truly not a scam site because just yesterday, theyve launched theyre signature campaign and was manage by the most trusted signature manager here in bitcointalk forum, Hhampuz.

You should atleast check the website first before promoting it on your signature. A gambling site and a coin mixing site is way different. You can still revise your post though

@OP as for luck based games, most of them have best odds and usually they only have 1% house edge but try to look for sites with bonus system like rakeback if you want to get something from your wagers. I will suggest looking for ongoing competitions too, that way you could win extra money if you can take a spot


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: shoreno on January 23, 2019, 10:08:58 AM
Most play with 50/50 so any number below 50 is a loss and any number above 50 is a winner and vice versa, but you can pick 90% win odds where 9/10 will be winners however your wins will be smaller since your base bet is divided by the odds.


That's true.

With yolodice you can set the "chance", or odds, by clicking in a +- button.
You can even set the chance to higher than 50% if you liked but the reward will be really small

Not only on yolodice but almost all the online gambling sites that ive visited do always have that feature .  

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Most play with 50/50 so any number below 50 is a loss and any number above 50 is a winner and vice versa

Im not playing with over 50 but i only play below it due to higher rewards and i dont mind the risk because gambling itself is already risky at the first place .

Can someone direct me to the casino with the absolute best odds and what game it is.  Needs to be provably fair and not a scam site that doesn't let you withdraw. thanks.

Speaking of casino  . bitvest.io is a real casino based gambling where you can play alot of good and fair games  . simply go to bitvest.io (http://bitvest.io) or you can also click the lick on my sig for easier access .



Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: SyGambler on January 23, 2019, 10:20:31 AM

im recommending you to try and visit BitBlender, it has been proven and tested long time ago and still operating, lots of games and all the best odds, truly not a scam site because just yesterday, theyve launched theyre signature campaign and was manage by the most trusted signature manager here in bitcointalk forum, Hhampuz.

spam level is getting unreal in the gambling section !!


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: yugo23 on January 23, 2019, 12:37:08 PM
Well I can advise you to NOT GO on TrueFlip.io because they have the worst possible odds.

They have cool games with beautiful graphics that's for sure.
But their odds...
They have 10% house edge
I'm not kidding you, most of their games have 10 house edge xD
It means if you want to play *2 on dice you'll have only 45% chance to win xD

That's insane. Most sites have the usual 49.5% odds. If you include rakeback and other competitions you can reach 49.7% odds on YoloDice.


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: playboy654 on January 23, 2019, 08:06:28 PM
Bitvest is a great site, fun to play, provably fair with nice odds. Click my signature & itíll take you directly to the site.


Yes I also like this site for investing and playing gambling and it will be more profitable also for all new less experience people also.to be get more profits easily when you are thinking intelligent.


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: theskillzdatklls on January 30, 2019, 08:10:32 AM
If you are good then the answer is poker or sports betting. If you aren't good at either game which I'm guessing to be the case, your best bet will be to go to any of the 1% dice sites and try your luck there.


Title: Re: What website/game has the best odds?
Post by: BitcoinGirl.Club on January 30, 2019, 08:25:51 AM
Try this topic from DarkStar_: Overview of Bitcoin Accepting Sportsbooks (with margin/house edge comparisons) (http://Overview of Bitcoin Accepting Sportsbooks (with margin/house edge comparisons))
I hope this helps

Thank you.