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June 06, 2019, 04:35:08 AM
Last edit: June 08, 2019, 09:42:29 AM by ralle14
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I would say it is the single most stupid thing you can do while rolling even with a high win percentage, he is testing his luck and he won the first time around but if he continue to test his luck, he might end up loosing 50BTC in the blink of an eye, almost half a million dollars wasted in seconds
I wouldn't call it stupid because he could also lose doing the opposite strategy. And we don't know the gambler, losing BTC50 bet for him could be like losing a couple of dollars.

i would like to see his full stats and how he performs in the long run, not sure when he rolled that, either way it is a huge amount even for whales.
You can't since it's hidden and the date of the bet is the same day dustin posted the screenshot(May 26).

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June 10, 2019, 02:44:05 PM
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A 50 bitcoin bet is insane. Even at 92% chance of winning. He/she must of been a whale with so much they wouldnt even care if it hit or missed. But still over 3.8 bitcoin won on a single bet is quite well done. Cool
I would say it is the single most stupid thing you can do while rolling even with a high win percentage, he is testing his luck and he won the first time around but if he continue to test his luck, he might end up loosing 50BTC in the blink of an eye, almost half a million dollars wasted in seconds, i would like to see his full stats and how he performs in the long run, not sure when he rolled that, either way it is a huge amount even for whales.

Probability is probability. You can do 100 bets at 1.01 payout or 1 bet at 2 payout, to win the same amount. And your probability to lose is actually just the same thing,,, if the house edge is the same. So no it is not the single most stupid thing to do. It is exactly as you say, testing luck. Every luck streak ends eventually.

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June 11, 2019, 02:55:41 PM
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I lost the 2fa code. and I emailed support@yolodice.com but 30 hours passed and no one helped me. Mod on the web says only Ethan can help me. But I don't know where to find Ethan!
Can anybody help me?
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June 11, 2019, 03:04:28 PM
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I lost the 2fa code. and I emailed support@yolodice.com but 30 hours passed and no one helped me. Mod on the web says only Ethan can help me. But I don't know where to find Ethan!
Can anybody help me?

You may try sending private message on the site by typing "/pm 1" without " or you can you use the /who and you'll see many usernames but ethan_nx(1) is usually on the first line then you can click his profile to send a private message. His bitcointalk account is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=917344 but he is not active since two months ago so I think sending him private message through the website is much more better.

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June 11, 2019, 04:25:17 PM
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I lost the 2fa code. and I emailed support@yolodice.com but 30 hours passed and no one helped me. Mod on the web says only Ethan can help me. But I don't know where to find Ethan!
Can anybody help me?

You may try sending private message on the site by typing "/pm 1" without " or you can you use the /who and you'll see many usernames but ethan_nx(1) is usually on the first line then you can click his profile to send a private message. His bitcointalk account is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=917344 but he is not active since two months ago so I think sending him private message through the website is much more better.

I'm also trying to get in touch but Ethan seems to be missing. For about 3 months now https://twitter.com/yolodicegame has no new updates.
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June 11, 2019, 08:16:08 PM
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I lost the 2fa code. and I emailed support@yolodice.com but 30 hours passed and no one helped me. Mod on the web says only Ethan can help me. But I don't know where to find Ethan!
Can anybody help me?

You may try sending private message on the site by typing "/pm 1" without " or you can you use the /who and you'll see many usernames but ethan_nx(1) is usually on the first line then you can click his profile to send a private message. His bitcointalk account is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=917344 but he is not active since two months ago so I think sending him private message through the website is much more better.

I'm also trying to get in touch but Ethan seems to be missing. For about 3 months now https://twitter.com/yolodicegame has no new updates.
Hey, he's not missing, he was online like 2 days ago.  I told you in chat, just be patient and wait for him, and he'll see your ticket when he comes online.

Regarding the Twitter, I usually run that, so it's my fault it doesn't have any updates, but the last time I tried to make some updates to it, Twitter had deleted our page for some reason, and I asked Ethan to appeal it, and I guess he did, but he never told me we got the account restored, so I never knew to update it.  My bad there, I guess.

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June 13, 2019, 06:11:14 AM
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Ethan is definitely not missing, I see his name on my dashboard at the minimum of once per week;) He is very busy for sure,,, but he will get back to you. That is 100% for sure.

Just wait patiently, and watch this thread and your email. I would suggest you prepare to sign a bitcoin address you have deposited from or withdrawn before in the meanwhile.

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June 13, 2019, 11:38:44 AM
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Ethan is definitely not missing, I see his name on my dashboard at the minimum of once per week;) He is very busy for sure,,, but he will get back to you. That is 100% for sure.

Just wait patiently, and watch this thread and your email. I would suggest you prepare to sign a bitcoin address you have deposited from or withdrawn before in the meanwhile.
This guy's request was solved ~18h ago, he just didn't post anything about it here.  So Ethan definitely still around, he's just been busy IRL. Cheesy

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June 13, 2019, 01:10:53 PM
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@thienthanb
Players on any gambling site want instant issue resolution but dont realize the owners have real life to attend to as well
so if they dont get a response in 24 hours they start to worry they are being ignored. Undecided
I think patience is the route to go especially in the summer months when people are going out with family and dealing with work at the same time of responding to any issues with those players might have.
So maybe give them the benefit of the doubt before assuming the worst. Try in about 3-4 days having past before contacting them again as a followup to the resolution of your issue with the site.
But glad the sites moderator randall confirmed your problem was resolved within the past 24 hours anyways.

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June 14, 2019, 09:53:51 AM
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Ethan is definitely not missing, I see his name on my dashboard at the minimum of once per week;) He is very busy for sure,,, but he will get back to you. That is 100% for sure.

Just wait patiently, and watch this thread and your email. I would suggest you prepare to sign a bitcoin address you have deposited from or withdrawn before in the meanwhile.
I was a bit busy with work today.
and my 2fa loss problem was solved by Ethan after more than 48 hours emailing support@yolidice.com
Perhaps this problem should be better overcome if Ethan has more partners to solve for the user.
Assuming that the worst case scenario happened with Ethan, maybe the players would suffer huge damage.
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