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October 13, 2018, 01:41:56 PM
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Hello , so the last windows update really messed up my laptop and I had yolo dice password recorded on a file that was deleted
is there anyway I can get my account back ?? I have the 2FA available and I have the deposit address for yolo but can't find the password anywhere
hope you can help me with this cause I have some btc stuck in yolo

Hi, if you set/bind any email address with your account, then better write an email using registered mail address to the support (support@yolodice.com) and request for password reset.

If you don't set any mail address better send as much information you can to the support like trnx id, username, user agent details like your device, IP address (just in case if it is static).

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try to recover your file using some recovery tool  Wink(this might help you as well).

I don't understand much of how to recover , but my friend does and he couldn't recover the files
I sent an email with all the info I have about my account , I can't remember if I set an email for my account but if I did then most likely it's the one I sent email with
would be more than happy to provide as much info as I can , cause as I stated I have the deposit address , 2FA , referral link and number of referrals

hope these can be enough to get the password since as I stated I still have the 2FA on my mobile so hope this can prove that I own the account

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October 13, 2018, 03:21:32 PM
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Why i lost all my balance in 15 bets this is not provably fair this is very unfair i just created my account and lost all money. Please add my 50% of deposit back asap! You guys are fooling us. This is very unfair and the chance i used is 1 to 2 odds not above 5 it means i have chance to win once in 15 bets this is totally wrong😲. Please add my balance back 😤😡😡
My user id : 187768
Username : 2rving
I request you admin please add my deposit of 50% back in my balance this is unfair with me!😢
See the link of image
https://imgur.com/a/k8d2MLD

You should really consider of your betting then. Only bet when you can affford your losing balance. I believe yolodice is already here and have good reputatoin with them but why they want to risk some low amount of your coin? This does not make any sense,and you asking to let them recover some of your lose by your own mistake? This is really not impossible thing to do form them to get your money back

You should think how to earn your money back, 0.02 is not that huge to earn right

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October 13, 2018, 03:22:29 PM
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Hello , so the last windows update really messed up my laptop and I had yolo dice password recorded on a file that was deleted
is there anyway I can get my account back ?? I have the 2FA available and I have the deposit address for yolo but can't find the password anywhere
hope you can help me with this cause I have some btc stuck in yolo

Hi, if you set/bind any email address with your account, then better write an email using registered mail address to the support (support@yolodice.com) and request for password reset.

If you don't set any mail address better send as much information you can to the support like trnx id, username, user agent details like your device, IP address (just in case if it is static).

Or

try to recover your file using some recovery tool  Wink(this might help you as well).

I don't understand much of how to recover , but my friend does and he couldn't recover the files
I sent an email with all the info I have about my account , I can't remember if I set an email for my account but if I did then most likely it's the one I sent email with
would be more than happy to provide as much info as I can , cause as I stated I have the deposit address , 2FA , referral link and number of referrals

hope these can be enough to get the password since as I stated I still have the 2FA on my mobile so hope this can prove that I own the account
You should have a response from Ethan now, check your mail! Smiley  Thanks for reaching out to us.  In the future, it's better to request help through support@yolodice.com than through here, since it's just a forum.

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October 14, 2018, 10:19:44 AM
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You should have a response from Ethan now, check your mail! Smiley  Thanks for reaching out to us.  In the future, it's better to request help through support@yolodice.com than through here, since it's just a forum.

thank you very much , I got back the access to my account
yeah I posted here cause I didn't know if I have my email linked to my account so thought that my bitcointalk account may be another proof to recover my account
thanks again

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October 14, 2018, 08:08:39 PM
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You should have a response from Ethan now, check your mail! Smiley  Thanks for reaching out to us.  In the future, it's better to request help through support@yolodice.com than through here, since it's just a forum.

thank you very much , I got back the access to my account
yeah I posted here cause I didn't know if I have my email linked to my account so thought that my bitcointalk account may be another proof to recover my account
thanks again
No problem!  Let us know if you have any other issues! Smiley

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October 19, 2018, 02:57:55 PM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

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October 21, 2018, 10:12:48 PM
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Largest Bet Amount (22 BTC) In YOLOdice History.

22BTC = 145330.24 USD



Amazing win. Congrats to lucky guy  Smiley

Why i lost all my balance in 15 bets this is not provably fair this is very unfair i just created my account and lost all money. Please add my 50% of deposit back asap! You guys are fooling us. This is very unfair and the chance i used is 1 to 2 odds not above 5 it means i have chance to win once in 15 bets this is totally wrong😲. Please add my balance back 😤😡😡
My user id : 187768
Username : 2rving
I request you admin please add my deposit of 50% back in my balance this is unfair with me!😢
See the link of image
https://imgur.com/a/k8d2MLD

Site is provably fair, verify your rolls. If you lost, it doesn't mean site isn't fair. It's gambling.
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October 21, 2018, 10:28:25 PM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

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 Shocked 9900 x bet.
I think this is highest multiplier I've seen so far. Can you tell whether it was from faucet earning?
If so then it's pretty amazing and this guy is superlucky (or superhacker).

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October 22, 2018, 08:35:17 AM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

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 Shocked 9900 x bet.
I think this is highest multiplier I've seen so far. Can you tell whether it was from faucet earning?
If so then it's pretty amazing and this guy is superlucky (or superhacker).

I do not think it was from faucet earning, the bet amount itself is higher than the faucet amount. It must be made from a deposit as the user may need to bet many times before hit such high multiplier. Indeed it can be done from the faucet but I doubt someone will try to do it (claim faucet-build small bankroll-hunt for high multiplier) because someone will need to spend so many hours/days/or event months.
By the way no matter it was from faucet earning or not, he is so lucky player to hit it. I do not think there is superhacker in Yolodice, and even if he is superhacker then Yolodice wont announce it here as a good news.

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October 22, 2018, 09:27:52 AM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

snip


 Shocked 9900 x bet.
I think this is highest multiplier I've seen so far. Can you tell whether it was from faucet earning?
If so then it's pretty amazing and this guy is superlucky (or superhacker).

9900x hits aren't that special. I had days I had 10+ 9900x hits. If you roll enough you get it often, just once every 10k rolls on average.


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October 23, 2018, 04:09:55 PM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

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 Shocked 9900 x bet.
I think this is highest multiplier I've seen so far. Can you tell whether it was from faucet earning?
If so then it's pretty amazing and this guy is superlucky (or superhacker).

9900x hits aren't that special. I had days I had 10+ 9900x hits. If you roll enough you get it often, just once every 10k rolls on average.

How can it is not special? 9900x is very rare to see and you are saying like this is pretty easy to hit that multiplier. You should really give us proof that there is easy to hit it on 10k rolls. I tried most of the sites with 10k rolls and never it 9900x multiplier once, so you are saying that I am not lucky or your calculations is wrong here?

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October 23, 2018, 04:24:32 PM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

snip


 Shocked 9900 x bet.
I think this is highest multiplier I've seen so far. Can you tell whether it was from faucet earning?
If so then it's pretty amazing and this guy is superlucky (or superhacker).

9900x hits aren't that special. I had days I had 10+ 9900x hits. If you roll enough you get it often, just once every 10k rolls on average.

How can it is not special? 9900x is very rare to see and you are saying like this is pretty easy to hit that multiplier. You should really give us proof that there is easy to hit it on 10k rolls. I tried most of the sites with 10k rolls and never it 9900x multiplier once, so you are saying that I am not lucky or your calculations is wrong here?

It is not special for him because he had hit it many times before, but it can be so special for those who have not hit it or for those who just hit it for the first time. Obviously you were so unlucky if you failed to hit it after so many attempts, I have hit it few times already so indeed I can say it is not that special for me. His calculation is not wrong IMO, it is just an average number. It is not a math, you may hit it or you may not hit it in every 10k rolls.

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October 23, 2018, 05:28:04 PM
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Sixteen Cents To Sixteen Hundred USD, Nice win  Smiley

0.00002500 BTC = 0.16 USD

0.24747500BTC = 1600.00 USD

snip


 Shocked 9900 x bet.
I think this is highest multiplier I've seen so far. Can you tell whether it was from faucet earning?
If so then it's pretty amazing and this guy is superlucky (or superhacker).

9900x hits aren't that special. I had days I had 10+ 9900x hits. If you roll enough you get it often, just once every 10k rolls on average.

How can it is not special? 9900x is very rare to see and you are saying like this is pretty easy to hit that multiplier. You should really give us proof that there is easy to hit it on 10k rolls. I tried most of the sites with 10k rolls and never it 9900x multiplier once, so you are saying that I am not lucky or your calculations is wrong here?

It is not special for him because he had hit it many times before, but it can be so special for those who have not hit it or for those who just hit it for the first time. Obviously you were so unlucky if you failed to hit it after so many attempts, I have hit it few times already so indeed I can say it is not that special for me. His calculation is not wrong IMO, it is just an average number. It is not a math, you may hit it or you may not hit it in every 10k rolls.

Yes it’s not too remarkable unless it was in the first 100 rolls ever on the site in which case it is quite remarkable.

A 1% house edge and a 9900x multiplier men’s you should win in 10k goes at least.

Maybe it is one of those things where you need to keep going to get the average.... 100k rolls at 9900x with 1 sat bets and see how close you get to the statistic? Smiley

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October 23, 2018, 05:44:49 PM
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Some hidden user risked 10 BTC BTC  and won 3.2 BTC BTC .

10BTC = 64704.1 USD

3.2BTC = 20705.312 USD

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October 23, 2018, 06:41:18 PM
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Some hidden user risked 10 BTC BTC  and won 3.2 BTC BTC .

10BTC = 64704.1 USD

3.2BTC = 20705.312 USD


Screenshots like that always leave me speechless, so I'll only say that there are two things this person definitely has:
1. Luck

2.

Congratulations to you, whoever you are. Wish I had a referral for you to use Tongue
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October 23, 2018, 09:06:01 PM
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testing this site lets see how it goes, will post review soon

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October 24, 2018, 01:28:20 AM
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Some hidden user risked 10 BTC BTC  and won 3.2 BTC BTC .

10BTC = 64704.1 USD

3.2BTC = 20705.312 USD


Screenshots like that always leave me speechless, so I'll only say that there are two things this person definitely has:
1. Luck

2.

Congratulations to you, whoever you are. Wish I had a referral for you to use Tongue

I wonder if the winnings are already gone, that would take surprise me. Putting that much on a bet means you either have a or of money or a problem. I’m guessing it’s the first due to the low multiplier but who can ever be sure...

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October 24, 2018, 09:55:04 AM
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BEST GAMBLING SITE FAST PAYMENT

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October 24, 2018, 12:22:01 PM
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We got a fun announcement for you guys...



We'll be adding support for DOGE sometime next week to YOLOdice, AND opening up the DOGE bankroll to investors!






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October 25, 2018, 11:13:15 PM
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This is great news. If only we could get lite coin added for investment too then I’d be happy.

Is the investment system an overall thing or individual for each currency?

Doge investments sound fun though...

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