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July 04, 2015, 11:26:10 PM
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I've created a new simple Dice site, using MoneyPot's API and dan's plugin. I was looking for a way to have a clean looking and securely hosted Dice site and all this came up...

Without further ado, here is PatDice!

What does this site have that's different from every Dice site? Well, it has a simple, clean, peaceful interface. Dice sites base themselves on even more "eye bling" these days, and I was tired of that, so I decided to do something about that, a Dice site that suited my eyes better Smiley Something simple and effective...

This site is also trusted from the very start, since it basically uses the MoneyPot system everyone is used to, and for which pretty much everyone already has an account Smiley

It will also have a nice community Grin That's up to everyone now...

So enjoy! I'm happy if it also fits your needs.
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July 04, 2015, 11:30:04 PM
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C'mon your site is bound to fail in the long run if you're going to use a common script.. I suggest you build your own website from scratch and you may get people interested.. seriously another moneypot clone, you're not the first to use it and i think you're the fifth user already who is using it.
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July 04, 2015, 11:34:07 PM
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seriously another moneypot clone

Wrong, this is not moneypot clone. This is another untitled dice script . Still better than using coindice script
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July 04, 2015, 11:35:49 PM
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C'mon your site is bound to fail in the long run if you're going to use a common script.. I suggest you build your own website from scratch and you may get people interested.. seriously another moneypot clone, you're not the first to use it and i think you're the fifth user already who is using it.

Not looking for a blockbuster Dice Grin Just something simple with an entertaining chatbox.

I'll probably build another site in the future if this one stops being suitable Smiley

seriously another moneypot clone

Wrong, this is not moneypot clone. This is another untitled dice script . Still better than using coindice script

Yes, that's more correct, I think.
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July 05, 2015, 09:28:58 AM
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I suggest you build your own website from scratch and you may get people interested..

I agree to this part and I will add to it, it would be even better if you make a site with different game, there are already so many dice sites and people will choose the already running ones who have gained people's trust over time and sites which are much more advanced, have better graphics and features, great support and have faucets which increases as users wager more money, plus many of them have sig campaigns, twitter campaigns and they offer giveaways from time to time. So unless you have a game-plan to compete with all that, I don't think your site will gain much players.

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July 05, 2015, 10:25:21 AM
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Not looking for a blockbuster Dice Grin Just something simple with an entertaining chatbox.

I'll probably build another site in the future if this one stops being suitable Smiley

With so many dice sites around which most of them has a crappy designs and they look identical with one another.. probably yours probably  won't last that long.
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July 05, 2015, 10:42:13 AM
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so many dice sites around which most of them has a crappy designs and they look identical with one another

Some has a better design than any existing old dice site , just that people hasnt discovered it yet

probably yours probably  won't last that long.

Competition for dice site around here is pretty harsh, some dice site with great design and feature hasnt yet been given opportunity because people tend to stay at their favourite site.

Anyway PatDice is using moneypot's API as well as its bankroll, hosted in github as well and this means that he has zero risk for this even if the site wont last. Some people actually make their own dice site in moneypot and gamble there alone just for the sake of the 50 % of the house edge share . Patdice seems to be an experiment though because the owner isnt playing at his site actively like some people did

Incase someone wants to give it a try https://www.moneypot.com/apps/99-patdice
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July 05, 2015, 10:44:39 AM
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What a joke people are making with moneypot i dont think we need this kind of dice site, btw i dont trust now at moneypot provably fair system anymore after getting 24 losing streak at plinkopot.
please stop this and come with something unique and attractive dice site, i am sure nobody will play on this dice site. Grin Grin
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July 05, 2015, 10:45:58 AM
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Checked out the site and was very happy, here is a picture of me after playing for a while at patdice:

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July 05, 2015, 10:52:43 AM
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Just checked the site although it is simple but still just to play for fun is alternative of many crappy sites.I played from faucet to test the dice and it is not bad at all.This is another simple and basic dice site powered by moneypot.Majority of players prefer to play on their favorite old and trusted sites.
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July 05, 2015, 10:58:30 AM
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I've created a new simple Dice site..



are sure you have created this dice script?


This site is also trusted from the very start, since it basically uses the MoneyPot system everyone is used to, and for which pretty much everyone already has an account Smiley


from my thinking this clone dice site has no more future even it uses moneypot system but that is totally crap dice site,

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July 05, 2015, 11:02:08 AM
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What a joke people are making with moneypot i dont think we need this kind of dice site, btw i dont trust now at moneypot provably fair system anymore after getting 24 losing streak at plinkopot.
please stop this and come with something unique and attractive dice site, i am sure nobody will play on this dice site. Grin Grin

and you are calling 24 reds a losing streak  Huh you seem very young gambling wise. and what is wrong with moneypot provably fair option? I couldn't find out yet, any hint for us? thanks
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July 05, 2015, 11:06:32 AM
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Majority of players prefer to play on their favorite old and trusted sites.

Unless you are not aware yet, this site is using moneypot's API which means that the owner of this site has no ability to tamper your bet even if they want to. However they are not getting anything from your loss so there is no point to do that because they gain 50 % of the house edge which means that they will hope for you to win and keep on wagering on the site because that is how they get profit

btw i dont trust now at moneypot provably fair system anymore after getting 24 losing streak

You are having a delusion to think that provably fair is a system that is preventing you from getting 20+ loss streak and you should learn about provably fair first before even considering posting about such things (reference below )
Provably fair system is there to help the player to notice if by any chance the site owner decide to rig the rolls. It is helping you to verify your rolls and not to help you win on the site. Any site that use moneypot's API is fair and each rolls is verified automatically in moneypot so there is no chance for a site that is using moneypot to rig your rolls

References on provably fair : http://dicesites.com/provably-fair

and what is wrong with moneypot provably fair option? I couldn't find out yet, any hint for us? thanks

Nothing is wrong , he is just having a delusion to think that a site that have provably fair will not be giving him 20+ lost streak



Any site that uses moneypot's API is fair, including patdice
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July 05, 2015, 11:12:26 AM
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btw i dont trust now at moneypot provably fair system anymore after getting 24 losing streak

You are having a delusion to think that provably fair is a system that is preventing you from getting 20+ loss streak and you should learn about provably fair first before even considering posting about such things (reference below )
Provably fair system is there to help the player to notice if by any chance the site owner decide to rig the rolls. It is helping you to verify your rolls and not to help you win on the site. Any site that use moneypot's API is fair and each rolls is verified automatically in moneypot so there is no chance for a site that is using moneypot to rig your rolls

References on provably fair : http://dicesites.com/provably-fair


I know about the provably fair system they have and many people trust on them but when i got compared with their plinko games with luckybit than they have totally different result because on that site i never got such a losing streak like that so i have doubt about their provably fair system with plinko games.
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July 05, 2015, 12:35:08 PM
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btw i dont trust now at moneypot provably fair system anymore after getting 24 losing streak

You are having a delusion to think that provably fair is a system that is preventing you from getting 20+ loss streak and you should learn about provably fair first before even considering posting about such things (reference below )
Provably fair system is there to help the player to notice if by any chance the site owner decide to rig the rolls. It is helping you to verify your rolls and not to help you win on the site. Any site that use moneypot's API is fair and each rolls is verified automatically in moneypot so there is no chance for a site that is using moneypot to rig your rolls

References on provably fair : http://dicesites.com/provably-fair


I know about the provably fair system they have and many people trust on them but when i got compared with their plinko games with luckybit than they have totally different result because on that site i never got such a losing streak like that so i have doubt about their provably fair system with plinko games.

You know about provably fair system but you doubt it just because a loss streak? Does it mean that you will doubt all site's provably fair system where you get loss streak and only believe on site where you do not get loss streak?
As what arallmuus said, it is not a system to prevent loss streak. So I'd say you just got a bad luck on those 20+ losses streak...


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