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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: JETWIN.ps ✔#1 Bitcoin Sportsbook ✔The best LIVE CASINO ✔Instant Withdrawals on: June 08, 2015, 07:40:20 PM
Hi jetwin, so if I'm in the USA, I have to submit KYC documents to you in order to make a withdrawal of my bonus?

I thought the whole point of bitcoin books was so that I didn't have to submit documents!
2  Economy / Gambling / Re: BetVIP.com - BetVIPpoker.com - NEW LIVE SOCCER MATCH VIEWER! 100% Dep. Bonus! on: June 07, 2015, 02:49:40 PM
One more thing BetVIP:  What is the maximum bet amount for the rollover requirements? 

For example, one of my favorite sportsbooks, Jetwin, has a 100% deposit bonus with a 5x rollover, and the maximum bet amount for 1 single bet to count towards the rollover requirement is $70.  What's yours?

Thanks again!
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: BetVIP.com - BetVIPpoker.com - NEW LIVE SOCCER MATCH VIEWER! 100% Dep. Bonus! on: June 07, 2015, 02:47:01 PM
Hey BetVIP, your sportsbook looks cool, although what is your rollover requirement for the 1 BTC deposit bonus? I didn't see any information on that on your website.

For example, if I wanted to deposit 1 BTC and get back 1 BTC, for a total of 2 BTC in my account, how much would I have to wager in order to be able to withdraw my BTC?

Also, what are the minimum odds for the bonus?

Thanks!

Hi there

The rollover requirements are that you must wager 10 x your deposit at odds of 1.5/1 or greater to withdraw the bonus.

Regards
Jessica

Ok thanks for letting me know Jessica!
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: BetVIP.com - BetVIPpoker.com - NEW LIVE SOCCER MATCH VIEWER! 100% Dep. Bonus! on: June 07, 2015, 02:08:26 PM
Hey BetVIP, your sportsbook looks cool, although what is your rollover requirement for the 1 BTC deposit bonus? I didn't see any information on that on your website.

For example, if I wanted to deposit 1 BTC and get back 1 BTC, for a total of 2 BTC in my account, how much would I have to wager in order to be able to withdraw my BTC?

Also, what are the minimum odds for the bonus?

Thanks!
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: NitrogenSports.eu - LARGEST BITCOIN SPORTSBOOK - POKER - BLACKJACK on: June 05, 2015, 08:23:01 AM
I can definitely confirm that you can't win more than a couple hands in a row on this site. Also, they make you lose after you win a certain amount, but that's basically every bitcoin casino.
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: SPORTSBOOK RANKINGS ~ USER GENERATED & MOST ACCURATE (PLEASE CONTRIBUTE) on: June 01, 2015, 06:51:52 AM
Cloudbet - 1

Betcoinsports - 5
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet.com - bet up to 200 BTC on NBA Playoffs | sportsbook and casino on: May 31, 2015, 10:49:26 PM
I truly do not understand all these complaints.
I have been betting with cloudbet on a regular basis for well over a year now and have never had any problems getting bets on, getting credited with winnings  and withdrawing.
 Huh

Cloudbet is completely awful. I hope that everyone that reads this stays far away. I've lost over $1000 with Cloudbet because they said I had "multiple accounts". I didn't, and after I told them that, they stopped responding to my emails.  They were also really rude through the couple emails that we did exchange.

STAY FAR AWAY from this BS book, everyone.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: Gambling sites offering free signup bonus? on: May 30, 2015, 09:15:24 PM
Jetwin.com (a sportsbook) has a 100% deposit bonus up to $150. You have to wager on odds over 1.5, but they only have a 5x rollover. I've done it before, and I came out with a profit.
9  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 13, 2015, 09:50:09 PM
I've decided to quit while I'm ahead. This journey is over...for now. If anyone knows any good tipsters, let me know. I'm looking to make a long term profit betting on sports.

Thanks everyone!
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 11, 2015, 04:06:47 PM
After losing 0.01 BTC yesterday, I am up around 0.024 BTC for the journey. It's time to take a 2 day break.  I'll update everyone on the next session in 2 days!
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 10, 2015, 11:00:42 PM
Okay, so today went pretty well.

I decided to take a small session at safedice.com, with an initial deposit of 0.005 BTC.  To be honest with everyone who has been following this thread, I wasn't that disciplined in today's Safe Dice session, because I have been able to double my money on my last two sessions there. I got up to 0.007 BTC, or a little over (I can't quite remember) but I didn't walk away then, which is what I should have done. I ended up losing my deposit for that session, but a few hours later, I was able to gain it back like this:

I deposited 0.01 BTC to betcoin.ag from a separate wallet than the one that is public on this thread, because I was planning to play a little bit of poker with it. I ended top playing a few minutes of Micro stakes on Betcoin Poker, and I lost 0.001 BTC (I'm not that good at poker  Smiley ). I then decided to go to the Betcoin Casino, and I was able to go from 0.009 BTC to 0.018 BTC in a few minutes.  A few minutes ago, I went back and had another session, and I went from 0.018 BTC to 0.025 BTC. So my profit for the day is a little over 0.015 BTC after fees.

Betcoin.ag's withdrawals aren't instant, so I should get the coins in my wallet in a couple of hours. I'll put the 0.01 BTC back into my other wallet (which is not public) and the other 0.015 BTC will go into the wallet that everyone watching this thread can follow.

I have definitely had a stroke of good luck in the past 2 days or so, and we all know what happens when you get too greedy after doubling your deposits a couple times, and even tripling it once.  So I really have to buckle down at this point in the journey, and get really disciplined.
12  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 10, 2015, 05:34:24 PM
I just finished up a session at safedice.com. I started with an initial deposit of 0.01 BTC, and after a winning martingale, I was able to more than double my deposit to 0.023 BTC.

Care to go into details for this bet? From the post that I read back it seems like you are only aiming for few percentage of your deposit but yet in this bet you are getting double of what you deposits to the site.
This extremely crossed the own boundary that you set about only aiming for a few percentage of deposits and thus you might be lucky for this bet this time

Basically for this session I just got lucky. As I said earlier, I don't plan on trying to double my deposit when I go into a session.  However, I did a winning martingale, (which is when you double your bet on a win) and I got lucky and doubled my deposit fairly quickly. 
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 10, 2015, 04:02:29 AM
Alright, so I have some good news and some bad news, but the good news completely overshadows the bad news.

We'll start with the bad news:

I had my first losing session today of 0.002 BTC at coinichiwa.com. I deposited 0.002 BTC, but I was never up enough to cover fees and make a profit.  I guess that sometimes this will happen, so I will be prepared for it.

Now for the good news:

I just finished up a session at safedice.com. I started with an initial deposit of 0.01 BTC, and after a winning martingale, I was able to more than double my deposit to 0.023 BTC. After fees, I have a profit of 0.0128 BTC. I'm glad I got such a big profit for the amount I deposited, but I definitely don't want to plan on doubling my deposit each session. That's just a recipe for failure. I go into each session with a goal to win 10%-20% of my deposit.

I think I'm going to take a break from sessions for a day or two, because after 4 days, I have a profit of 0.02394 BTC, which is over the 1% or less I was planning on getting per day.

Thanks to everyone who has been supporting me!
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 10:11:37 PM
Thanks for your support! I would do blackjack, but whenever I play it at an online bitcoin casino, weird stuff happens. Like the dealer will beat my 20 with Blackjack, or something crazy like that, and it'll happen a few times per session.

Not a weird stuff if it is provably fair and you can verify this. Just call it as a unlucky lost. If you will want to play blackjack, I will recommend to play in satoshibet / coinroyale since they got their own tools for you to verify it directly if you think that the "weird-stuff" happened

P.S : Blackjack is among the games with the lowest house edge

Yeah, satoshibet.com blackjack seems alright, at least at first.

I'll try it out.
15  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 09:02:57 PM
i think you can do it, it depends on what game that consist more odds of winning.

Like Black Jack seems more viable compared to the other games listed.

Thanks for your support! I would do blackjack, but whenever I play it at an online bitcoin casino, weird stuff happens. Like the dealer will beat my 20 with Blackjack, or something crazy like that, and it'll happen a few times per session.
16  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 06:44:27 PM
I dont think you`ll win bro, you should stop and learn from other peoples mistakes.

Let history reward you, then repeat one.

Okay, you're entitled to your opinion.  However, other people weren't disciplined, and made mistakes. I plan to stay very disciplined and in control of my emotions.

Thanks!
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 06:40:46 PM
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I understand the negative EV thing, but I really do think that discipline and controlling your emotions can help you come out ahead in the long run.

No, you dont.

Anyone want to side bet on how long it will take for OP to get broke in his journey?

If you give me a time scale you think he will go broke, I will bet against as a long shot? 

Well there's two factors...the math and the mentality.  If he truly has a .4BTC bankroll and is only risking .01BTC max per session, it's going to take a long time to bust.  Even if he's betting many times his deposit with a martingale based system, his projected loss per session is still pretty tiny...assuming he's super disciplined, it would take him ~800 days to go bust (mathematically).  So any time frame under three years would be basically betting on if he starts tilting after a couple losses and punts his entire bankroll and/or gets fed up with the whole thing and just leaves.  If I were to set a fair line, it would probably be in the 18 month range, if we assume everything he says (about bankroll, how much he puts on, and the goal of staying disciplined) has been true AND if "he quits without busting" counts as a win for the "bust" bettors.

That would actually be pretty cool if my supporters and doubters could bet on whether or not I'll go bust.  I'd be willing to cooperate, and help set some rules, if you'd like. And we could get escrow involved as well.
18  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 06:38:57 PM
Doesn't look like he is as confident as he first made out offering a side bet. Maybe just wanted to post to get paid a few extra satoshi because I accepted with in reason and just needed an amount, he came on replied to someone so bollox to him. He is annoyed because after months of being a so called self claimed 'professional' tipster he is only up a few bitcoin, worse than minimum wage in a 3rd world country.

I am actually up more than 60 units after ~4 months, which translates to more than 2.5x bankroll growth with a near zero risk of going broke. I am not sure where you were you getting the amount i made in btc because they only slips i posted were the parlays for 75x-600x odds that i was doing just as a bonus.

So there is no real need to spread the misinformation here, even though you are butthurt for some reason (not sure why).

The unfortunate thing for you is that stats dont lie, and i have stats of 55 unit profit after ~1000 picks, which is a very solid record unless you are just a retard who is swimming in delusions about sport betting. So i am not really just a 'self claimed' professional, i am backed up by a decent sample size of stats.

Cornerning the side bet - its obviosly just a joke. You need to be insane to think that anyone would consider betting on it, since OP's bankroll is just pennies - it can be easily manipulated. Plus its overall would be near impossible to track and confirm.

And to the OP - good luck in your journey of beating dice with martingale and 'discipline'. I was only trying to give you the cold shower of reality and math, but you are clearly not interested in that.
why you want to make him stop believing in himself? im pretty sure hes giving his best to beat dice, what no one  have done yet, maybe one day he will make several casinos go broke

Thanks for your support! He's not making me stop believing in myself, though. I plan on slowly beating the casinos.
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 04:48:10 PM
Doesn't look like he is as confident as he first made out offering a side bet. Maybe just wanted to post to get paid a few extra satoshi because I accepted with in reason and just needed an amount, he came on replied to someone so bollox to him. He is annoyed because after months of being a so called self claimed 'professional' tipster he is only up a few bitcoin, worse than minimum wage in a 3rd world country.

I am actually up more than 60 units after ~4 months, which translates to more than 2.5x bankroll growth with a near zero risk of going broke. I am not sure where you were you getting the amount i made in btc because they only slips i posted were the parlays for 75x-600x odds that i was doing just as a bonus.

So there is no real need to spread the misinformation here, even though you are butthurt for some reason (not sure why).

The unfortunate thing for you is that stats dont lie, and i have stats of 55 unit profit after ~1000 picks, which is a very solid record unless you are just a retard who is swimming in delusions about sport betting. So i am not really just a 'self claimed' professional, i am backed up by a decent sample size of stats.

Cornerning the side bet - its obviosly just a joke. You need to be insane to think that anyone would consider betting on it, since OP's bankroll is just pennies - it can be easily manipulated. Plus its overall would be near impossible to track and confirm.

And to the OP - good luck in your journey of beating dice with martingale and 'discipline'. I was only trying to give you the cold shower of reality and math, but you are clearly not interested in that.

Alright, you can continue doing your "e-sport" picks, and we'll see how you do. Let me do my thing, and hop off this thread.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: My Journey: Can I Win Gambling? on: May 09, 2015, 04:22:37 PM
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I understand the negative EV thing, but I really do think that discipline and controlling your emotions can help you come out ahead in the long run.

No, you dont.

Anyone want to side bet on how long it will take for OP to get broke in his journey?

If you're just going to get on here and hate, get off.  You don't have to be annoyed that someone is trying to get ahead of the casinos.

Doesn't look like he is as confident as he first made out offering a side bet. Maybe just wanted to post to get paid a few extra satoshi because I accepted with in reason and just needed an amount, he came on replied to someone so bollox to him. He is annoyed because after months of being a so called self claimed 'professional' tipster he is only up a few bitcoin, worse than minimum wage in a 3rd world country.

Hey man, I appreciate your support! I agree, he probably wanted to post to get a little bit of BTC from his signature campaign.  It's such a pain when people have to put their worthless opinion in just to get a little bit of satoshi.

Anyway, we'll see if I can get more profit than his picks lol
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