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Author Topic: Quantum Dice - Now Featured on MoneyPot | variable HOUSE EDGE as LOW as 0.01%  (Read 10547 times)
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August 25, 2015, 03:08:34 AM
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Come on down, and play guys.   Variable house edge - It goes as low as .01%

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August 25, 2015, 11:10:09 AM
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I LOVE THIS HOUSE EDGE LOL no joke guys i started with 3500 bits betting slow n steady. so far ive withdrew .135btc and have 30k bits left to play on. cant argue with that at all
I bet the owner wouldn't make the house edge 0.01% if he had to maintain the bankroll ;P
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August 26, 2015, 12:57:18 AM
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I LOVE THIS HOUSE EDGE LOL no joke guys i started with 3500 bits betting slow n steady. so far ive withdrew .135btc and have 30k bits left to play on. cant argue with that at all
I bet the owner wouldn't make the house edge 0.01% if he had to maintain the bankroll ;P

I'd consider this spam. Replying to ancient posts and not reading properly. The current house edge at qdice is variable.

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August 26, 2015, 01:22:33 AM
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Come on down, and play guys.   Variable house edge - It goes as low as .01%


putting up a .01% house edge seems a very risky approach.
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August 26, 2015, 09:50:36 AM
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Come on down, and play guys.   Variable house edge - It goes as low as .01%


putting up a .01% house edge seems a very risky approach.

First, the house edge varies randomly from 0.01% to 1%. Also the app owner has no risk at all here, as he is going to take the same commission no matter if a bet is winning or losing. Lastly, the investor takes very little risk as well as the max profit allowed per bet is calculated by Moneypot using Kelly formula, and thus the investors are risking only 0.01% of their funds for such bets.

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August 27, 2015, 05:33:20 PM
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Come on down, and play guys.   Variable house edge - It goes as low as .01%


putting up a .01% house edge seems a very risky approach.

First, the house edge varies randomly from 0.01% to 1%. Also the app owner has no risk at all here, as he is going to take the same commission no matter if a bet is winning or losing. Lastly, the investor takes very little risk as well as the max profit allowed per bet is calculated by Moneypot using Kelly formula, and thus the investors are risking only 0.01% of their funds for such bets.

Yes, correct.  Every time a player comes to the site, I hope they win.   They can win as much as they want and I would still profit as I get paid whether they win or lose.  It is in my best interest for players to win, as they are more likely to come back.
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