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Author Topic: Self coded gamble (Players vs Players) Review  (Read 282 times)
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June 07, 2016, 03:49:06 PM

I have been coding from sratch my own website, related to bitcoin gambling on real sports, the main concept is "Players vs Players" not "Players vs House". I will explain further how this website works.

In this case, players are only allowed to place bet on side, they have enough time to refund bet before event starts & place on other side.
If they bet again on same side, it will just sum to the actual bet, currentbet+newbet.

Event Starts -> Refund system disabled by cronjob, etc.

Event Ends, & how winning works.
If france Won:
I (me) will get 0.101, because the one who bet on draw have lost, plus bonus which is different concept.
E***7 will win nothing because he had no opponents.

If Draw:
A***a will win 0.101+bonus, because me (I) lost the bet on side.
As E***7 had no opponents, his lost bet goes towards house profit.

If Romania won:
Basically if no one did bet on Romania, entire pot win goes to house, unless someone bet 0.001 to take the prize of 0.103

Here is a full website preview:

What I coded & working:
Admin Panel, no need for database login.
Website collect logs of what users do on website.
Special cronjob to always update & disable events that started.
Instant bitcoin deposit.
... etc (Basically everything I had to code.)

This website have special SSL & good host to run.

And about casino, I coded two games till now, I had blackjack but it takes my nervs with database.

At end this website does not require much investment, put the players in the Arena  Grin

What do you suggest to change & modify?

If you want to talk in private about this project or else add me on skype: Xefier101

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