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New Account: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=782194
Old Account: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=687379

New Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1375048.0
Old Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1312679.0

Site: http://btc-raffle.com/

The user, btc-raffle, created a gambling site and claimed it was "undeniably provably fair"  

Really it was just a bunch of his bots pretending to play a raffle game that dooglus, Rhaver and others determined was not provably fair at all.  He got butthurt, locked thread and ran off for some weeks.

Recently a new user "Rackem" started another btc-raffle.com thread claiming:

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Hello everyone i just purchased this website, we are currently spending a lot of money for advertisements in hope to get some huge raffles going.

We offer a low 1% house commission
100% Referral commission
Fun members chat
Instant Withdraws
And more coming soon.

How the game works is each player can buy a ticket and the winning ticket is picked via blockchain.

Hope to see you all on the site, have fun.

URL http://btc-raffle.com


"we are currently spending a lot of money for advertisements" is his way of explaining the 3-10 bots playing these instant raffle games 24 hours a day non stop.  There are no advertisements other than his thread.

I chatted with "admin" (him) on the site and have no doubt it's the same guy.  I'm sure anyone who followed his antics and then attempts communication will agree.  


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