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June 30, 2017, 12:00:51 AM
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Poker has an issue with collusion making it a money laundering issue. Hence no one will legally touch decentralised poker unless thats solved.

Funfair.io is specifically focusing on casino games until they come up with a solution. They wont touch Poker due to legality and collusion in the mean time.  Pokereum will have legal troubles if they release and can't demonstrate collusion is not possible.


Are there any other projects for poker? What does decentral poker exactly mean?

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June 30, 2017, 10:52:12 PM
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Vitalik said that this project was interesting and that it was valid to check and delve into, but apparently it was abandoned... Or at least the form of disclosure wasn't the best and it's necessary to offer something more if they wish to establish themselves in the market of poker! Smiley


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July 01, 2017, 12:50:41 AM
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Vitalik said that this project was interesting and that it was valid to check and delve into, but apparently it was abandoned... Or at least the form of disclosure wasn't the best and it's necessary to offer something more if they wish to establish themselves in the market of poker! Smiley

Superdao isn't abandoned, you can see activity happening on their pre-ICO funding address regularly, so they're still spending money.

It's frustrating that they're still in stealth mode, but startups never run on schedule, I'm still hopeful pokereum will be a major launch in Q3.

As for issues with collusion in poker and money laundering I don't see a problem, the whole point of decentralised poker is to cut out a centralised controller, and with a DAO structure running the whole enterprise I expect Superdao/pokereum will pass the aml sniff test easily. If there are 1000's of players and hundreds of tables, trying to organise predictable collusion opportunities when table allocation is provably random would be impossible.

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July 04, 2017, 09:50:53 AM
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So I don't get it.

Let's say I wanna invest and not play the games.

What will be the benefits? I can't stake any thing, no mining, no masternodes, nothing.

How a long term holder can benefit from holding it, any revenue share for token holders? any thing?
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July 10, 2017, 06:25:16 PM
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Poker has an issue with collusion making it a money laundering issue. Hence no one will legally touch decentralised poker unless thats solved.

Funfair.io is specifically focusing on casino games until they come up with a solution. They wont touch Poker due to legality and collusion in the mean time.  Pokereum will have legal troubles if they release and can't demonstrate collusion is not possible.


Are there any other projects for poker? What does decentral poker exactly mean?

Decentralised poker means you control your funds, operators dont require deposits and the entire gaming process is vaildated on the blockchain. For it to run fast it requires off chain scaling whihc fate channels accomplishes with transparent verifiable proof of fairplay. Peer to peer connects hubs of players with operators.

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July 21, 2017, 04:58:34 PM
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Is there any news on the project? I watch it for a long time


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July 25, 2017, 06:54:37 PM
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As for issues with collusion in poker... I don't see a problem... If there are 1000's of players and hundreds of tables, trying to organise predictable collusion opportunities when table allocation is provably random would be impossible.

This is false.

All it takes is 2 players and/or bots at one table colluding to give themselves a massive edge...
Pretending collusion is not a problem is either very naive or very dishonest...
90% of play these days is tourneys anyway which are collusion-resistant...
Why people insist on replicating cash table games in p2p poker is beyond me.
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July 29, 2017, 06:25:10 AM
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I have been following this project since last year, ICO is scheduled to be here in 3 months! Is this date confirmed and definitive? What are the expectations? Vitalik supports this project, right? I thought there would be more FOMO.
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August 09, 2017, 03:28:23 PM
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Just found out about this one. Looks interesting, want to keep an eye on this one Smiley
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August 19, 2017, 02:34:41 PM
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Looks like SuperDAO is exiting stealth mode ...

https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-and-icos-crucial-to-nigerian-economy

Really excited about this project, especially decentralised poker, Pokereum
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August 21, 2017, 06:55:02 PM
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scam
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August 22, 2017, 02:00:54 AM
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scam

If you had any proof you would have posted it, so I think you are just emotional over delays.
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November 27, 2017, 07:30:52 PM
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scam

If you had any proof you would have posted it, so I think you are just emotional over delays.

I think it's safe to say that the project was a scam  Undecided

Devs not communicating. No info from them since September. The project is basically dead Tongue
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November 27, 2017, 07:49:26 PM
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scam

If you had any proof you would have posted it, so I think you are just emotional over delays.

I think it's safe to say that the project was a scam  Undecided

Devs not communicating. No info from them since September. The project is basically dead Tongue

What if there is an announcement tomorrow that will make you love the team and project more that you'd even want to support the team more, will it still be a scam?

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November 27, 2017, 09:32:16 PM
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scam

If you had any proof you would have posted it, so I think you are just emotional over delays.

I think it's safe to say that the project was a scam  Undecided

Devs not communicating. No info from them since September. The project is basically dead Tongue

What if there is an announcement tomorrow that will make you love the team and project more that you'd even want to support the team more, will it still be a scam?

LOL  Cheesy Good luck to everyone waiting for this "announcement" !
Announcement of what exactly? Confirmation of a scam?  Wink

I presume this is your twitter account twitter.com/justcharz ?
So you are a part of the Dev team and should know some details about the project status. Yet you give us no information whatsoever.
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November 29, 2017, 10:20:14 AM
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scam

If you had any proof you would have posted it, so I think you are just emotional over delays.

I think it's safe to say that the project was a scam  Undecided

Devs not communicating. No info from them since September. The project is basically dead Tongue

What if there is an announcement tomorrow that will make you love the team and project more that you'd even want to support the team more, will it still be a scam?

LOL  Cheesy Good luck to everyone waiting for this "announcement" !
Announcement of what exactly? Confirmation of a scam?  Wink

I presume this is your twitter account twitter.com/justcharz ?
So you are a part of the Dev team and should know some details about the project status. Yet you give us no information whatsoever.

We just released our poker demo. Read updates here https://blog.superdao.io/sup-supercharged-with-pokereum-demo-other-dapp-rewards-new-pre-sale-only-funding-round-74a8cc3bbe3c and here https://blog.superdao.io/pokereum-decentralized-poker-demo-ux-feedback-before-mental-poker-release-sup-bonus-incentive-829ff4162782

Summary: Our #Ethereum Decentralized Poker Application 'pokereum' demo has been released(demo.pokereum.io). You get free SUP tokens on your already exiting SUP tokens for testing and giving feedback on our pokereum client. We are also running a pre-ICO only fundraising campaign on our remaining 3million pre-ICO tokens which is still at a 40% discount. The 45%(45million) tokens slated for crowdsales will now be mined based on staking SUPerneum token (for those that would get in the pre-sales). With the SUPerneum token, you also get to earn from our other DApps as well (Media Torrent dapp currently in development). More info can be gotten from the links posted up there.

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December 08, 2017, 10:43:10 PM
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As for issues with collusion in poker... I don't see a problem... If there are 1000's of players and hundreds of tables, trying to organise predictable collusion opportunities when table allocation is provably random would be impossible.

This is false.

All it takes is 2 players and/or bots at one table colluding to give themselves a massive edge...
Pretending collusion is not a problem is either very naive or very dishonest...
90% of play these days is tourneys anyway which are collusion-resistant...
Why people insist on replicating cash table games in p2p poker is beyond me.


Tourneys are not collusion resistant. Players stake other players and will play differently with them when they are at the same table. That's basically colluding.
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