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January 25, 2017, 07:28:46 PM
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Also, I would say if you only can put a small of Bitcoins into the pot for every game (say 0.01 BTC) it wouldn't necessarily be worthwhile to spend many hours programming an AI.

This amount of btc is definitely worth the while for an experienced programmer who can create AI bots quickly. Also, once the bot is created, he can (probably) get to use it multiple times before being detected.
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January 26, 2017, 05:37:35 AM
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Turn based games? Sounds cool to me. I would really follow this project from here until it is done. I played games like that since I am a kid and it is not a boring game.
Good luck to you guys and looking forward to your work when it is all done.

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January 26, 2017, 07:32:55 AM
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I would love for this type of site, especially if talking about "board-style" games like KOEI's old Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Liberty or Death games.

Even a RISK style war game is still popular with people.

Bot concerns will always be there, you talk about a small 0.01 btc pot as a deterrent but let me tell you that bots are happy to run for even 20 satoshi faucets! One way to get around this is to require some form of verification on player sign-up with age or some similar form of ranking to open up higher pots. And of course, player interaction which often helps identify bots in game.

I'm not a programmer but I had a very similar idea based loosely on Utopia (http://utopia-game.com/shared/) which combines a little economy and politics to form multi-player board style kingdoms.

My contribution to such a project would be in terms of creative content/direction. Hit me up if you're somewhere serious already.

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January 26, 2017, 10:27:53 AM
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This is such a hard thing to come up with.
We couldn't think of any good games that wouldn't immediately be played by AIs - and that takes all the fun out of it to my mind.
In the end we went with chance games that can't be manipulated by bots, but maybe we should add some skill games
alongside just to play for fun?

https://bitcoin-arcade.com/

Your site is basically gamble games, not even required skill(mostly).
Your right about "it's such hard thing", but there's no impossible if it can be happens, developing perfect skill games is need a lot capital + hire a partner who an expert in such games is necessary. I ever have an idea which combined monopoly games + bitcoin with perfect motion and graphic such "get rich" line game app.

yep - I agree problem is, as someone else said it just becomes a race to see who can get the best bot playing, and if there's winning money involved then it quickly becomes really unfair to the players.
Liking your monopoly game idea though -  think it's a good one!
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