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December 11, 2015, 07:51:21 AM
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so here to all that blame only bots win jackpots




this was me and im not a bot.so its possible to win.i was using autobet setting @ fast.

but still i think it might be annoying if u try for a bigger one and then the bots log in.

Amazed how a site like this can't prevent bots from "spawning over new accounts". Yet you still allow bots to win pretty much every jackpot. How about you deny the payment to these accounts or is it the site owner who is winning the jackpots to save money?

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December 11, 2015, 10:19:46 AM
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THAT BLACK JACK IS  A BIT SKETCHY.  NOT SAYING IT IS RIGGED BUT IS RIGGISH

I dont play blackjack much, but never had an issue, What was sketchy about it?

I agree with dakrusha, too many 20s beaten by 21 for me, dealer rarely busts when starting with cards like a 6 then gets 21 against your 20.  Happens a lot as soon as you raise your bet above a set amount.  Definitely not a game you want to play with big stakes, you will lose BIG time.  I lost 27 hands in a row on one occasion, luckily I was betting minimum.  I have only ever seen anything like it in the rigged online casinos that I know are rigged.  Didn't think I would see it here.

Blackjack is the game to avoid here.

Blackjack and all our other games are provably fair. This means that there is nothing that we can do to rig the game in any way. The server generates a random seed, and afterwards your web browser then generates a large random number that must be incorporated into the original server seed. It forces the server to shuffle in a random way that it has no control over, and essentially means that there is no way for us to cheat with the shuffle in any way.

I'm very sorry to hear that you've had a bad string of luck, but it's simply not possible for us to have influenced this in any way.

If you'd like to learn more about how provably fair works, please click the "provably fair" link at the top of our website.

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December 14, 2015, 04:20:44 PM
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I can't speak to the provably fair part.  But I'll say this much to the blackjack players

If you can't handle losing 15 out of 16 - don't play.  These streaks happen. And due to the nature of variance and the rules of BJ, you'll see more 15 of 16 losing streaks than winning.

With that being said - you'll also see the winning streaks (I've got the screenshots to prove it)

I'm not a big fan of the BJ rules on this site (would rather have the option of surrender for starters) - however, here's the honest truth.

- The site is basic in graphics but plays fast
- The deposits are quick normally
- Technical issues get dealt with directly and quickly (I've had a few bets locked up when the site froze)

And absolutely the most important thing.  When you win - you get paid - and FAST.  As long as the deposit has cleared - you can pull out the winnings instantly (unless you win a big jackpot apparently which takes a bit longer)

I've played at a few sites.  One site made me wait 48 hours for a "managers review" bit left my balance in my account to play (and old trick for sure)

Tom is a nice guy.  He replies directly to emails, and is in here to defend himself when someone has an issue.  Don't see that kind of support often.
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December 19, 2015, 06:16:24 PM
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We recently had a nice slots jackpot! Congratulations user 499f4ad107 on your 44.106 BTC jackpot! Smiley

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January 07, 2016, 08:21:58 AM
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Until the site offers proper play auditing, they're no different than any other "We're fair!" casino.  All claim with no true proof.   They make their bank off their API.   Congrats Bot 2e3ee3f1!  Another bonus paid out!

Site has a stats link...doesn't work.  Chat...doesn't work....history only shows last 20 hands.  Any more, you have to email and get a partial history that you have to learn python to decode.  Doesn't include your bet size or whether you double down or split.  Impossible to track true play via their own stats.

So you're left to track them yourself.

My own tracking noticed odd patterns. Not patterns over 50 hands.  Patterns over 25,000 hands.  

This is before Halloween. So maybe suddenly this place turned over a new leaf and became fair.

Dealer shows an ace.  Probability 31% they have a face (blackjack).  Yet over the last 70 times I took insurance, dealer had blackjack 11 times (15.7%).   Over the last 70 times I didn't take insurance, 41 times (59%). Small sample I guess.

How about splitting against a 3.  Dealer busts 37% of the time statistically right?  

Non splitting...dealer shows 3.  last 50 times.  Dealer busts 19 times (almost exactly 37%)
Splitting hands against a 3.  Last 50 times.  Dealer busts 4 times.

This is how these sites can claim to be fair without any true accountability.  They don't offer a true audit.  They make it near impossible to get even a proper hand history.  There's no bet history.   They're accountable to no-one.

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January 07, 2016, 01:43:27 PM
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Hi,

I'm sorry to hear that you're having trouble with the site. I'll try my best to address the points that you've made.

Every game on our site is provably fair. It's simply not possible for us to cheat on the shuffle. We are not able to manipulate the shuffle to create whatever patterns you happen to be noticing. If there is an error in our provably fair code, then please let us know. If not, then we must acknowledge that each game is 100% random.

We disabled chat because many users were abusing it. Users were posting links to malicious sites. Many users were also harassing others and constantly begging for free coins. It seemed to us that the negative aspects far outweighed the positive, so we disabled it. If you need to speak to someone here, you can always send an email to admin@bitcoinvideocasino.com.

Some users have asked us to see all of their games played. We then send a CSV file with all games played by the user. You are then free to open the file in Excel or use whatever programming language you'd like to use. We certainly don't require that you use Python to open the file. We send all games played in the most basic file format possible -- I'm not sure what else you are expecting from us in this regard.

Finally, we disabled the stat display because it was thrashing the database when viewing some users. Some queries were taking many seconds to complete, which was causing all games played to slow down to a crawl. Rather than slow down all users, we disabled the stats display, which admittedly is not great. I think the correct solution for this would be to update all user stats in the background and then cache the results, although then the results wouldn't quite be up-to-date, which might confuse users.

We are 100% accountable to our users. We have been up for over three years now, and we have no intention of cheating our users in any way. It simply doesn't make any sense for us to risk getting caught being dishonest. We keep users happy by running a fun and honest site, and that seems to work pretty well! Smiley

Until the site offers proper play auditing, they're no different than any other "We're fair!" casino.  All claim with no true proof.   They make their bank off their API.   Congrats Bot 2e3ee3f1!  Another bonus paid out!

Site has a stats link...doesn't work.  Chat...doesn't work....history only shows last 20 hands.  Any more, you have to email and get a partial history that you have to learn python to decode.  Doesn't include your bet size or whether you double down or split.  Impossible to track true play via their own stats.

So you're left to track them yourself.

My own tracking noticed odd patterns. Not patterns over 50 hands.  Patterns over 25,000 hands.  

This is before Halloween. So maybe suddenly this place turned over a new leaf and became fair.

Dealer shows an ace.  Probability 31% they have a face (blackjack).  Yet over the last 70 times I took insurance, dealer had blackjack 11 times (15.7%).   Over the last 70 times I didn't take insurance, 41 times (59%). Small sample I guess.

How about splitting against a 3.  Dealer busts 37% of the time statistically right?  

Non splitting...dealer shows 3.  last 50 times.  Dealer busts 19 times (almost exactly 37%)
Splitting hands against a 3.  Last 50 times.  Dealer busts 4 times.

This is how these sites can claim to be fair without any true accountability.  They don't offer a true audit.  They make it near impossible to get even a proper hand history.  There's no bet history.   They're accountable to no-one.

Caveat Emptor


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January 22, 2016, 12:27:50 PM
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We had a nice Slots jackpot today. Congratulations user 07701eabc9 on your 30.81 BTC Slots progressive jackpot! Smiley

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January 24, 2016, 04:25:51 PM
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We will be taking the server down for regular maintenance in a few minutes. We expect the server to be down for less than one hour.

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January 24, 2016, 05:56:38 PM
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The server is now back again! Thank you for your patience.

NOTE: All Bitcoin deposit addresses have been reset!
Please be sure to double check that you are sending coins to your new deposit address. If you accidentally sent coins to an old address, please contact us at admin@bitcoinvideocasino.com and we will help you out.

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January 26, 2016, 03:15:18 AM
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The server is now back again! Thank you for your patience.

NOTE: All Bitcoin deposit addresses have been reset!
Please be sure to double check that you are sending coins to your new deposit address. If you accidentally sent coins to an old address, please contact us at admin@bitcoinvideocasino.com and we will help you out.
good response to your site to provide information to all users of you, I want to see your site now, maybe I'll be a user, cheers
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January 27, 2016, 09:03:28 PM
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Am I imagining things?  Why is no one talking about the jackpot for video poker at the .05 credit limit?

5985+ credits prob technically makes the game profitable for the user.  But you have to deal with a huge variance and betting .25 btc per hand.

After spendig a good amount of time playing this, I really hope it wasn't a typo seeing how no one has mentioned it on the past 3 pages.
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January 28, 2016, 01:35:30 AM
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Am I imagining things?  Why is no one talking about the jackpot for video poker at the .05 credit limit?

5985+ credits prob technically makes the game profitable for the user.  But you have to deal with a huge variance and betting .25 btc per hand.

After spendig a good amount of time playing this, I really hope it wasn't a typo seeing how no one has mentioned it on the past 3 pages.

Yup, the big video poker jackpot is now almost 300 BTC.

It's definitely +EV at this point but you are right that there is a huge variance and each individual bet is pretty large.

Good luck to everyone! Smiley

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January 30, 2016, 01:22:43 PM
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January 30, 2016, 04:37:02 PM
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Deposits aren't working?

We recently had some trouble processing deposits. It resulted in most deposits taking much longer than usual before getting credited to the account. I'm really sorry about the inconvenience.

Deposits should now be working normally again.

We have temporarily disabled the Android app while we look into the issue.

If you ever have trouble with your account you can always reach us at admin@bitcoinvideocasino.com.

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January 30, 2016, 08:39:57 PM
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Some users have asked us to see all of their games played. We then send a CSV file with all games played by the user. You are then free to open the file in Excel or use whatever programming language you'd like to use. We certainly don't require that you use Python to open the file. We send all games played in the most basic file format possible -- I'm not sure what else you are expecting from us in this regard.
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Does the excel sheet contain info like

- the amount bet
- whether the hand was split
- whether a double down occurred?



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January 30, 2016, 11:53:43 PM
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Some users have asked us to see all of their games played. We then send a CSV file with all games played by the user. You are then free to open the file in Excel or use whatever programming language you'd like to use. We certainly don't require that you use Python to open the file. We send all games played in the most basic file format possible -- I'm not sure what else you are expecting from us in this regard.

Does the excel sheet contain info like

- the amount bet
- whether the hand was split
- whether a double down occurred?
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We can create a CSV (comma separated values) file that can be opened in excel. It could also be opened with a regular text editor if needed.

Sure, the file can include the amount bet as well as the user's actions (split, double down, etc).

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January 31, 2016, 12:03:12 AM
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Some users have asked us to see all of their games played. We then send a CSV file with all games played by the user. You are then free to open the file in Excel or use whatever programming language you'd like to use. We certainly don't require that you use Python to open the file. We send all games played in the most basic file format possible -- I'm not sure what else you are expecting from us in this regard.

Does the excel sheet contain info like

- the amount bet
- whether the hand was split
- whether a double down occurred?

We can create a CSV (comma separated values) file that can be opened in excel. It could also be opened with a regular text editor if needed.

Sure, the file can include the amount bet as well as the user's actions (split, double down, etc).
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That's pretty cool, you guys really do provide the best support I've seen. Can I get a csv of games played? It would be interesting to look at.

Thanks!! 

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January 31, 2016, 01:05:05 AM
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Some users have asked us to see all of their games played. We then send a CSV file with all games played by the user. You are then free to open the file in Excel or use whatever programming language you'd like to use. We certainly don't require that you use Python to open the file. We send all games played in the most basic file format possible -- I'm not sure what else you are expecting from us in this regard.

Does the excel sheet contain info like

- the amount bet
- whether the hand was split
- whether a double down occurred?

We can create a CSV (comma separated values) file that can be opened in excel. It could also be opened with a regular text editor if needed.

Sure, the file can include the amount bet as well as the user's actions (split, double down, etc).


That's pretty cool, you guys really do provide the best support I've seen. Can I get a csv of games played? It would be interesting to look at.

Thanks!!  

Sure, we can send a CSV file with games played. Just send your account key to admin@bitcoinvideocasino.com so that we can verify that you're the owner of the account. Also let us know what game you'd like to get a listing for.

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February 02, 2016, 08:06:07 PM
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Sitting at 8 confirmations and still can't withdraw.

Site issue today?
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February 03, 2016, 12:55:29 AM
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Sitting at 8 confirmations and still can't withdraw.

Site issue today?

I'm sorry to hear that you're having trouble withdrawing from the site. Everything seems to be running smoothly on the server so we're not quite sure what the problem could be.

Could you please send us an email to admin@bitcoinvideocasino.com with the Bitcoin address where you have made a deposit? We can use that information to locate your account and then better help you out. Usually when a user has a problem like this we just need to remove an old transaction that never got confirmed from the list of deposits associated with this site.

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