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October 18, 2012, 04:23:44 PM
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here is my satoshidice bet.    79f7b303876f2872d675748da3f366e7c5e44c35e1ef4a9677db47e8d2646aa2
  
 one of the payments arrived to me.

I placed 2 bets at once.  when i look it up on satoshidice it says they were both paid and gives a payment transaction for both.
  this payment never arrived and on blockchain.info it says it cant be found.
  
 79f7b303876f2872d675748da3f366e7c5e44c35e1ef4a9677db47e8d2646aa2

 Im just wondering what could have happened and im pretty sure when i won the pop up window showed 2 different wins but then the one win disappeared.

[edit]  it seems to have happened again the payment transaction hash is:
   1a52e53113de780ebb7f18e7fcfda3b43533cdf64653fd13c9f07fca7ec19e1b

 i'm done until this gets figured out....one bet paid the other doesnt exist.

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October 18, 2012, 05:24:11 PM
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when i look it up on satoshidice it says they were both paid and gives a payment transaction for both.

Are you sure it showed both as paid?

It currently shows "Payment TX Status: UNKNOWN" on the second wager (the Less than 16,000):  [Update: Now it shows PENDING.  Your winnings have been been broadcast and will be in the blockchain once a miner includes the transaction.]

 - http://satoshidice.com/full.php?tx=79f7b303876f2872d675748da3f366e7c5e44c35e1ef4a9677db47e8d2646aa2


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