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121  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What is more risky. Sport or casino bets ? on: June 01, 2017, 06:18:31 AM
No, the odds aren't the same exactly, first of all, Sport betting has an edge and 1,05 doesn't mean 95%. Sports bet generally have 5-10% spread or more and dice have 1% or so, HOWEVER, Sport betting is based on skill and knowledge to an extent and not just random like Dice games.
122  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Worst mistake in gambling on: June 01, 2017, 06:16:36 AM
That would be continue to gambling after making certain profit and not withdrawing when the time is right and ripe, I think people should make good strategies and select the right time to withdraw following their strategies rather than senselessly jumping on and gambling more money.
123  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What is the best sportsbet casino after closed?? on: June 01, 2017, 06:12:36 AM
I've nothing against DB but I honestly don't understand how you categorize them as the "best" which they never were, Buying votes in polls indirectly by giving bonuses while asking to vote "without forcing" is an interesting strategy that I'm not against, but having 40 cents lines on live baseball is just too much.
NS, Fairlay, Cloudbet and the others are all better than it.
124  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: my new sport diary with bitcoin bets on: June 01, 2017, 06:10:35 AM
Hi, There are allot of sport pickers now so the competition will be hard, I also recommend recording bets before they start and calculating the profit/loss on unit bases rather than BTC to make it easier to see how much profit/loss your starting bitcoin capital went through.
125  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How can gambling help you with your life? on: June 01, 2017, 06:08:54 AM
Of course it's bad, it's a consuming hobby to both time and money, it makes you more nervous I think with the constant stress when watching or waiting for a bet to settle, the only good aspect for it if you made money from it and didn't lose it. I don't it's changing behavior or attitude to the best..
126  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: which site to use for live sports betting? on: June 01, 2017, 06:07:02 AM
Cloudbet is good in Live betting, with allot of games daily and fast placement of games. The odds are decent too (at least unbelievably good if compared to DirectBet awful live odds). Withdrawals are mostly instant and deposits usually require 1 confirmation to be added to your balance.
127  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Looking some trusted bitcoin sports betting site. on: June 01, 2017, 06:05:18 AM
The most trustworthy by far IMO is, been there for years and providing quality service with relatively decent odds, Betfair is also good and I'm using it now too, however don't really know the full history of it so can't just recommend it (although everything is working now and top-notch).
128  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Play with your profit or not? on: June 01, 2017, 06:01:30 AM
if I already reached a double, I think at least taking the capital + %50 of the profit is a must, afterwards can play more comfortably with the remaining account since I won't be at risk of losing the invested money and already made %50 profit. it's hard to pull that strategy though and not gamble with all of the money available.
129  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: When to leave the game? on: June 01, 2017, 05:59:30 AM
The best strategy IMO "if you can't just stop gambling" is to set a certain limit per week/month of wagering and BTC losses, as soon as you reach the specific number you stop betting, this at least can make betting a little more controlled and can keep the money and BTC losses to minimum.
130  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Is winning at Sports betting actually possible ? on: June 01, 2017, 05:57:03 AM
I think it is, The odds are lower than Dice and the like with at least 5 percent or more technical house edge, however predicting performances is much more feasible than the electronically generated random roll of a dice. if the person is lucky in betting, used good strategy and did good analysis of his/her prediction, SB might be profitable IMO.
131  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Europa League/Champions League Lounge on: June 01, 2017, 05:50:36 AM
The big game is approaching, I strongly favor RM for this time's CL cup,
* Real Madrid is more of a complete offensive and defensive unit, with capable attack and good defense, Juventus is excellent in defense but aren't used to scoring allot of goals on top non-Italian teams IMO, I see RM winning 2-1 or 3-1
132  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How to play gambling in a smart way? on: June 01, 2017, 05:46:14 AM
it doesn't really matter if you are smart or not in most of gambling types, Dice, Rollutte, Slots etc.. some level of experience is needed for BlackJack and poker but it doesn't much at all IMO "unless you are counting cards?", Sports betting require some skills too, but it's mostly just random betting results.
133  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: June 01, 2017, 05:41:21 AM
Tsongs was disapponting, or rather to be fair the other one played exceptionally well, one less french to dream of winning the RG now..
Today I like Isner winning with 1.5 set spread.
134  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Do small investments make sense? on: June 01, 2017, 05:39:27 AM
You earn from the amount you invest so a %1 profit would be 0.0001 and so on, it mgiht not be large but it's profit. And most importantly casino's allow these small investments to allow the user to see how investing system work and perhaps deposit larger, besides, mosquito's are still meat and any investment Gambling site wants to have high betting limits.
135  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: ▰▰▰ LUCKYGAMES.IO ▰▰▰ ✅ 10,000 Satoshis Giveaway on: June 01, 2017, 05:36:49 AM
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136  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: what is the fairest bitcoin betting game you know? on: June 01, 2017, 05:34:31 AM
Just a point, Yes the house does try to win but the meaning of the provability fairness is that the host can't cheat, the odds of winning and losing are what is written there "that's how I understand it"
There are few PvP games around, but surprisingly don't gain allot of popularity, mainly because no one wants to wait for another player before the game starts hence prefer the dice/casino games allowing one to play directly with the gambling site.
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138  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Is betting a good choice for a newbie? on: May 31, 2017, 10:54:10 AM
I don't suggest betting since it's a not good choice for beginners or old BTC users, you always play with a negative house edge and hence the possibility of losing the deposited money is high let alone making profit BTC.
Trading USD and BTC is profitable if you buy, wait for the price to rise and sell etc... however it's very hard for a newbie, the best thing for a newbie IMO is to hold for a while IMO.
139  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: In which bitcoin gambling casinos should i invest my bitcoins ? on: May 31, 2017, 10:18:11 AM
Generally the best sites I'm used to investing in are already down RN "without issues, but just closed" PRCdice and Justdice "with BTC", however moneypot seems to be a large big website, of course you should do your own work before investing in something.
140  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Why we still gambling while we always lose? on: May 31, 2017, 10:07:42 AM
That's the addiction thingy related to gambling, gambling is addictive and that's why we continue even when we aren't winning money, you find excuses to yourself like "I'll be back and making ROI" and the like but mostly continue even with losing BTC's.
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