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December 03, 2015, 10:12:01 AM
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That's just WOW!


I thought slacky was the only high roller on bitdice but guess i was wrong , maybe he was tipping bitcoins to people (or bots) in chat ?

Loss to the people who invested there , anyways i wont believe that someone won just 500BTC , until i have a transaction proof ,i have seen in past here that many sites promoted themselves the same way.

Hmm i think bitdice max profit currently is 150+ btc and jackie chan winning bets 63 btc and 126 btc is a reasonable winning.
The question is, will bitdice reveal the tx id? Is it easy to do that? Rather than have to see people arguing here that bitdice make a manipulation player winning to attract more players.

Owner already responded to that one page 1...
Perhaps dogedice isn't made to make transaction ids public. A good admin wouldn't let info such a tx id released without permission from the player so maybe that's why there's no tx id there.
Yes, I never disclose any information about our players, if he would love to show it he will. Other way you just need to trust me about it Smiley
It will not be difficult to figure out the txid once the withdrawal is processed considering how large the withdrawal will be when compared to the size of the hotwallet and that the cold storage addresses are public. All that needs to be done to figure out where the withdrawal goes is to watch the cold storage addresses and know which addresses belong to bitdice (walletexplorer)

Indeed its not difficult at all but if someone would want to know it they can research it themselves. It's IMO good the admin doesnt release the tx id without permission from doctor.
Yes it is very good but also appears hell fishy.
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December 03, 2015, 10:31:34 AM
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Is this real? That is so much bitcoin. If so I bet that the person who won that kind of Bitcoin also lose a lot of things so maybe he won, but actually he is just getting his money back. Maybe I am wrong.
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December 03, 2015, 10:57:25 AM
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Wow that's a lot of bitcoins to win in a gamble

This player must've been really lucky.

I'm not a surprised that this went to a regular player, it seems like with every casino the biggest wins goes to the regular players.
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December 03, 2015, 11:07:11 AM
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Do you have a cold wallet address that is undisclosed? According to dicesites.com, your cold wallet addresses are 146syqE3vnfQp4VauBRUnUuAgvxMoitxcK and 1P8yKwe4LMRfy1kCBgC97w6Z3D3cNLYbxg, however neither of them have any transactions out of them for over a week.

I would think that after that kind of win that he would want to have a withdrawal processed so he can at least temporarily be in control of his BTC

Withdrawals from the coldwallet at bitdice are processed within 24hrs. I agree tho that with this amount of winning it should have been processed sooner.
Well I don't think the owner of bitdice would be making these kinds of threads prior to processing his withdrawal if one was in fact requested. If he was still working on the withdrawal then there would be the possibility that he looses the BTC that he just won, making this thread somewhat moot

Another possibility is that, the player did not withdraw the bitcoin but instead invested it in the bankroll. From https://dicesites.com/bitdiceme, total profit was down from 961 to 508 (a drop of 453) and total invested is down from 1870 to 1609 (a drop of only 261). So some users did invest a good amount recently, and only OP can tell us if "jackie_chan" has contributed to that.
If i win 500 btc to one site, i don't invest in this site, or invest only a small %, first i withdraw for see if the site pay  Grin
but this lucky user, not have bitcointalk account?

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December 03, 2015, 11:16:18 AM
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Do you have a cold wallet address that is undisclosed? According to dicesites.com, your cold wallet addresses are 146syqE3vnfQp4VauBRUnUuAgvxMoitxcK and 1P8yKwe4LMRfy1kCBgC97w6Z3D3cNLYbxg, however neither of them have any transactions out of them for over a week.

I would think that after that kind of win that he would want to have a withdrawal processed so he can at least temporarily be in control of his BTC

Withdrawals from the coldwallet at bitdice are processed within 24hrs. I agree tho that with this amount of winning it should have been processed sooner.
Well I don't think the owner of bitdice would be making these kinds of threads prior to processing his withdrawal if one was in fact requested. If he was still working on the withdrawal then there would be the possibility that he looses the BTC that he just won, making this thread somewhat moot

Another possibility is that, the player did not withdraw the bitcoin but instead invested it in the bankroll. From https://dicesites.com/bitdiceme, total profit was down from 961 to 508 (a drop of 453) and total invested is down from 1870 to 1609 (a drop of only 261). So some users did invest a good amount recently, and only OP can tell us if "jackie_chan" has contributed to that.
If i win 500 btc to one site, i don't invest in this site, or invest only a small %, first i withdraw for see if the site pay  Grin
but this lucky user, not have bitcointalk account?


Maybe he have bitcointalk account, only he doesn't use that much. Why? Because is busy gambling Tongue or I don't know maybe he read this.
If I know what account of bitcointalk he has than I would ask him how much Bitcoin he have now. I bet more than 500 Bitcoin.
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December 03, 2015, 11:21:51 AM
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If i win 500 btc to one site, i don't invest in this site, or invest only a small %, first i withdraw for see if the site pay  Grin
but this lucky user, not have bitcointalk account?


Not everyone who uses Bitcoin actively posts on Bitcointalk. Also IMO it is sometimes wise not to speak up about significant financial windfall - previous lottery winners have shown that other people knowing about serious financial windfall can lead to behavioral changes and life/relationship problems.
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December 03, 2015, 11:22:01 AM
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I wonder why he hasn't withdrawn yet?
BitDice cold wallets don't seem to have moved any coins close to the amount won even though he won a huge percent of the bankroll
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/146syqE3vnfQp4VauBRUnUuAgvxMoitxcK, https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1P8yKwe4LMRfy1kCBgC97w6Z3D3cNLYbxg

When Greystroke and his alt accounts were betting up to 1000 Bitcoin at a time at PRC people were seeing proof of his multiple large withdrawals per day by viewing the blockchain.


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December 03, 2015, 11:28:37 AM
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I wonder why he hasn't withdrawn yet?
BitDice cold wallets don't seem to have moved any coins close to the amount won even though he won a huge percent of the bankroll
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/146syqE3vnfQp4VauBRUnUuAgvxMoitxcK, https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1P8yKwe4LMRfy1kCBgC97w6Z3D3cNLYbxg

When Greystroke and his alt accounts were betting up to 1000 Bitcoin at a time at PRC people were seeing proof of his multiple large withdrawals per day by viewing the blockchain.

I've delayed WD for 24H to re-check everything. Should be released soon.

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December 03, 2015, 11:36:11 AM
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I wonder why he hasn't withdrawn yet?
BitDice cold wallets don't seem to have moved any coins close to the amount won even though he won a huge percent of the bankroll
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/146syqE3vnfQp4VauBRUnUuAgvxMoitxcK, https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1P8yKwe4LMRfy1kCBgC97w6Z3D3cNLYbxg

When Greystroke and his alt accounts were betting up to 1000 Bitcoin at a time at PRC people were seeing proof of his multiple large withdrawals per day by viewing the blockchain.

I've delayed WD for 24H to re-check everything. Should be released soon.

Makes perfect sense. I was constantly checking everything for the few days when I had that going on. Very stressful.

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December 03, 2015, 12:05:30 PM
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If i win 500 btc to one site, i don't invest in this site, or invest only a small %, first i withdraw for see if the site pay  Grin
but this lucky user, not have bitcointalk account?


Not everyone who uses Bitcoin actively posts on Bitcointalk. Also IMO it is sometimes wise not to speak up about significant financial windfall - previous lottery winners have shown that other people knowing about serious financial windfall can lead to behavioral changes and life/relationship problems.

Yes i've noticed this too with the people around me. Whether I would win or lose, they'd judge me either way.

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December 03, 2015, 01:53:39 PM
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My advice to the person is he should stop gambling and withdrawal to his wallet. He may win every now and then but he will not win forever.
There will be a day where he loses if he continues to bet.

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December 03, 2015, 02:08:55 PM
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My advice to the person is he should stop gambling and withdrawal to his wallet. He may win every now and then but he will not win forever.
There will be a day where he loses if he continues to bet.
For the win a lot like that, I think he can do things that can make happy by using the money such as buying something or travelling out of the country

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December 05, 2015, 11:37:32 PM
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That is one hell of a win, even betting 1 bitcoin is nerve racking so that amount being rolled is good to see and congrats to that man!

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But what was the amount of money being bet to make 500 BTC? I don't understand that screenshot. What are the amounts of BTC at the side? For example,
https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fi.imgur.com%2FkiImkoo.png&t=559&c=qGOx3cxYY2QTsQ

Just lost "5.5 BTC" 82.5986 <49.5 #156227658

5.5 is the amount he lost I get it
But what is 82.5986?
less than 49.5 is the probability to win or to lose?
The last number i guess is the id for the bet

Im new to this kind of Bitcoin betting so just asking.

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But what was the amount of money being bet to make 500 BTC? I don't understand that screenshot. What are the amounts of BTC at the side? For example,
https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fi.imgur.com%2FkiImkoo.png&t=559&c=qGOx3cxYY2QTsQ

Just lost "5.5 BTC" 82.5986 <49.5 #156227658

5.5 is the amount he lost I get it
But what is 82.5986?
less than 49.5 is the probability to win or to lose?
The last number i guess is the id for the bet

Im new to this kind of Bitcoin betting so just asking.

To win, he must roll < 49.5. Meaning, the number rolled has to be under 49.5. He rolled 82.5986. That is NOT under 49.5. That means he loses the bet.

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Wow that's a lot but there's not an inch of proof of withdrawal but if it is real Congrats to the winner: D
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Wow that's a lot but there's not an inch of proof of withdrawal but if it is real Congrats to the winner: D

There's really not any good way to prove the withdrawal is "real", although it most certainly is. Flowing out of their cold wallet is: https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/c003d81763450a202b5576ad38090c212539da64815157a726e200c337fcffb9

which is probably the withdrawal (the win + initial money) I'm guessing.

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Wow that's a lot but there's not an inch of proof of withdrawal but if it is real Congrats to the winner: D

There's really not any good way to prove the withdrawal is "real", although it most certainly is. Flowing out of their cold wallet is: https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/c003d81763450a202b5576ad38090c212539da64815157a726e200c337fcffb9

which is probably the withdrawal (the win + initial money) I'm guessing.

It could be real, but it's not the typical faucet user. It's about 200.000$, I think this is a casino owner.  Smiley

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It could be real, but it's not the typical faucet user. It's about 200.000$, I think this is a casino owner.  Smiley

I'm pretty sure it's the same guy who won 50 or 60 (I forgot?) bitcoin on my site (MP) before losing it back, so I'm pretty sure it's just a lucky whale and nothing sinister  Grin

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It could be real, but it's not the typical faucet user. It's about 200.000$, I think this is a casino owner.  Smiley

I'm pretty sure it's the same guy who won 50 or 60 (I forgot?) bitcoin on my site (MP) before losing it back, so I'm pretty sure it's just a lucky whale and nothing sinister  Grin

Yes "Doctor" did play on Investdice i think (which should be a MoneyPot app). He won quite a lot there, not sure if he did loose it all back or not.
And yes wins that big are easy to follow (even of the site doesnt show TX) because it is easy to see when such an amount leaves a coldwallet.
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