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May 08, 2013, 06:27:11 PM
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I was on my tablet and truthfully I didn't read... So I am the dumbass :-))

TiborB I appreciate the link :-) I will read it.

So... disregard my question as it was here for some time ;-)
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May 08, 2013, 06:30:16 PM
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the noobs talk and asking questions here on the pools thread is why we need a slushs forum rather then trawl through 5000 pages on bitcoin talk.
then the chat could be subdivided out and handled in a general forum system while important things could be moved and modererated by a few chosen


+1.  There are tons of free forum plugins /standalone systems out there.  Phorum for php comes to mind.  380 pages of posts is daunting and most of it usually irrelevant to the topic at hand, which is generally the last 3 or 4 pages.  Telling someone to wade through 380 pages of "Is the forum down?" to answer their question seems a bit harsh.

Search.  That's what it's there for.  No one expects you to wade through 380 pages.  But with 3 clicks most questions can be answered.

Yea, if your search terms are right.  And then once you find the question, track down the answer, which may or may not be mixed in with three to five other conversations.

I'm saying, this is not the most efficient way to handle discussion about a range of topics with one central theme.  An out of the box forum would do just fine.  I'd even volunteer to throw one up if someone has a domain they want to host it on.  It's honestly like 5 hours total worth of work to get set up.  Moderating, filtering now may be more cumbersome, but Slush's pool is pretty popular.  I think it may be time to at least look into a standalone forum.
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May 08, 2013, 06:37:50 PM
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To be honest, the reason slush hasn't been on the board, is because of the all the noob's posting 2 pages a day.  Slush doesn't have time to sit here all day to keep up on the posts.  And when he finally gets back to the board he has 8 pages to catch up on, which he just can't do.

If we could keep all the repeat, and useless posts off the thread it would work the way it was supposed to work.  But for now, someone will likely have to pm him (already been done) to get his attention.

There appear to be 4 posts from yourself discussing the recent incorrect block  Tongue Wink

Exactly.  Which is looking like a problem with the pool.  Which is exactly what this thread is for, pertinent pool related conversation.

I didn't repeat a question that has been answered 50 times already.  And I didn't make a random comment about something completely unrelated.  I used the thread for what it was designed for.

Sorry mate, I thought you'd take the comment as "tongue-in-cheek" as it was intended.

Looking back now, I can laugh at the irony that posting about posts that are not what the thread was for is in itself not what the thread is for. I'm sure you can.  Smiley
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May 08, 2013, 06:56:17 PM
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I'm going ot be honest I think I got paid too much on the block that you guys are all talking about unless I did indeed earn what I did because a bunch of other shares didn't make it in mine seems to be a bit high.  help us Obiwan (slush).

17925  2013-05-08 14:13:44 1:27:14   11634278  1107    0.06159829    235160    25.21733124  74 confirmations left

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May 08, 2013, 07:00:09 PM
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hi all .

since the 06 may 13 , namecoin doesn't work . Do you know the reason

Block            trouvé le                   Durée              Block Block value    Validité
20461   2013-05-06 23:43:09   2 days, 7:31:03   109457 N/A    confirmé
20460   2013-05-04 16:12:04   2:14:17   109114   N/A    confirmé
20459   2013-05-04 13:57:45   8:14:33   109099   N/A    confirmé
20458   2013-05-04 05:43:09   4:57:23   109057   N/A    confirmé
20457   2013-05-04 00:45:44   19:16:02   109037   N/A    confirmé
20456   2013-05-03 05:29:40   21:59:50   108966   N/A    invalide
20455   2013-05-02 07:29:48   1 day, 20:18:01   108858   N/A    invalide
20454   2013-04-30 11:11:45   14:44:08   108559   N/A    confirmé
20453   2013-04-29 20:27:34   2 days, 9:47:55   108451   N/A    confirmé
20452   2013-04-27 10:39:37   5:59:23   108046   N/A    confirmé
20451   2013-04-27 04:40:12   1 day, 1:03:17   107995   N/A    confirmé
20450   2013-04-26 03:36:53   6:49:13   107820   N/A    confirmé
20449   2013-04-25 20:47:38   14:45:28   107767   N/A    confirmé
20448   2013-04-25 06:02:08   1 day, 18:19:12   107660   N/A    confirmé
20447   2013-04-23 11:42:50   3:33:33   107361   N/A    confirmé
20446   2013-04-23 08:09:15   17:10:10   107336   N/A    confirmé
20445   2013-04-22 14:59:03   8:53:48   107215   N/A    confirmé
20444   2013-04-22 06:05:12   8:41:15   107159   N/A    confirmé
20443   2013-04-21 21:23:54   7:08:42   107090   N/A    confirmé
20442   2013-04-21 14:15:10   0:02:34   107045   N/A    confirmé
20441   2013-04-21 14:12:34   2:26:21   107043   N/A    confirmé
20440   2013-04-21 11:46:11   4:01:41   107024   N/A    confirmé
20439   2013-04-21 07:44:28   19:24:10   106985   N/A    confirmé
20438   2013-04-20 12:20:16   14:54:48   106858   N/A    confirmé
20437   2013-04-19 21:25:26   7:24:29   106736   N/A    confirmé
20436   2013-04-19 14:00:55   6:25:53   106672   N/A    confirmé
20435   2013-04-19 07:35:00   4:31:29   106625   N/A    confirmé
20434   2013-04-19 03:03:29   1:48:13   106593   N/A    confirmé
20433   2013-04-19 01:15:14   6:07:33   106581   N/A    confirmé
20432   2013-04-18 19:07:39   0:38:40   106543   N/A    confirmé

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May 08, 2013, 07:01:06 PM
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I'm going ot be honest I think I got paid too much on the block that you guys are all talking about unless I did indeed earn what I did because a bunch of other shares didn't make it in mine seems to be a bit high.  help us Obiwan (slush).

17925  2013-05-08 14:13:44 1:27:14   11634278  1107    0.06159829    235160    25.21733124  74 confirmations left

Seems that's what happend with a few. Uneven distribution I guess. Some got really high, some got really low. Unless this is the "Luck" that so many have mentioned Wink Lady luck shine on me!
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May 08, 2013, 07:01:50 PM
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hi all .

since the 06 may 13 , namecoin doesn't work . Do you know the reason

Block            trouvé le                   Durée              Block Block value    Validité
20461   2013-05-06 23:43:09   2 days, 7:31:03   109457 N/A    confirmé
20460   2013-05-04 16:12:04   2:14:17   109114   N/A    confirmé
20459   2013-05-04 13:57:45   8:14:33   109099   N/A    confirmé
20458   2013-05-04 05:43:09   4:57:23   109057   N/A    confirmé
20457   2013-05-04 00:45:44   19:16:02   109037   N/A    confirmé
20456   2013-05-03 05:29:40   21:59:50   108966   N/A    invalide
20455   2013-05-02 07:29:48   1 day, 20:18:01   108858   N/A    invalide
20454   2013-04-30 11:11:45   14:44:08   108559   N/A    confirmé
20453   2013-04-29 20:27:34   2 days, 9:47:55   108451   N/A    confirmé
20452   2013-04-27 10:39:37   5:59:23   108046   N/A    confirmé
20451   2013-04-27 04:40:12   1 day, 1:03:17   107995   N/A    confirmé
20450   2013-04-26 03:36:53   6:49:13   107820   N/A    confirmé
20449   2013-04-25 20:47:38   14:45:28   107767   N/A    confirmé
20448   2013-04-25 06:02:08   1 day, 18:19:12   107660   N/A    confirmé
20447   2013-04-23 11:42:50   3:33:33   107361   N/A    confirmé
20446   2013-04-23 08:09:15   17:10:10   107336   N/A    confirmé
20445   2013-04-22 14:59:03   8:53:48   107215   N/A    confirmé
20444   2013-04-22 06:05:12   8:41:15   107159   N/A    confirmé
20443   2013-04-21 21:23:54   7:08:42   107090   N/A    confirmé
20442   2013-04-21 14:15:10   0:02:34   107045   N/A    confirmé
20441   2013-04-21 14:12:34   2:26:21   107043   N/A    confirmé
20440   2013-04-21 11:46:11   4:01:41   107024   N/A    confirmé
20439   2013-04-21 07:44:28   19:24:10   106985   N/A    confirmé
20438   2013-04-20 12:20:16   14:54:48   106858   N/A    confirmé
20437   2013-04-19 21:25:26   7:24:29   106736   N/A    confirmé
20436   2013-04-19 14:00:55   6:25:53   106672   N/A    confirmé
20435   2013-04-19 07:35:00   4:31:29   106625   N/A    confirmé
20434   2013-04-19 03:03:29   1:48:13   106593   N/A    confirmé
20433   2013-04-19 01:15:14   6:07:33   106581   N/A    confirmé
20432   2013-04-18 19:07:39   0:38:40   106543   N/A    confirmé


Well, here is one answer that isn't hard to find...
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May 08, 2013, 07:04:25 PM
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I'm going ot be honest I think I got paid too much on the block that you guys are all talking about unless I did indeed earn what I did because a bunch of other shares didn't make it in mine seems to be a bit high.  help us Obiwan (slush).

17925  2013-05-08 14:13:44 1:27:14   11634278  1107    0.06159829    235160    25.21733124  74 confirmations left

Yes the calculations are off.  I submitted about 20x more shares and got 1/10883th of what you got.

17925    2013-05-08 14:13:44    1:27:14    11634278    22342    0.00000566    235160    25.21733124    74 confirmations left

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May 08, 2013, 07:17:00 PM
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Regarding that block #17925 I suspect what's the problem .

From what I can see it appears that majority of the folks didn't submit any shares in the last X minutes while others did continue to submit shares.

The most reasonable explanation to this is that there was some network issue (routing or clogged traffic) and something happened to **some** of the pool's endpoints but not to **all** of them.

In other words - a few of the IPs listed below may have been DDoS-ed, and those that were connected to them suffered as they were unable to submit their shares, while the unaffected IPs worked just fine and those people connected to them did get their (at that point) fair share:

that's from a few days ago:
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C:\Users\me>nslookup stratum.bitcoin.cz
Server:  rdns-lb-01.orange.rr.com
Address:  66.75.160.63

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:    stratum.bitcoin.cz
Addresses:  54.225.117.74
          54.215.3.100
          54.215.3.101
          54.215.3.102
          54.215.3.103
          54.225.68.97
          54.225.116.40
          54.225.116.174
          54.225.116.221

and looking at my currently connected worker - I am currently connected to one of those:
TCP   192.168.0.70:54312   54.215.3.103:3333   ESTABLISHED   


Unfortunately I don't think slush would have any (easy) means to find out which IPs of the pool worked at that time and which didn't. If that's the case then I guess all I have to say to the winning folks - congrats for the bonus! Smiley

(that's unless slush wishes to manually recalculate the payout for that block, but the time for this is running out rather quickly too)

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May 08, 2013, 07:31:42 PM
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Being new to this, I watch it like a hawk. I had no connection issues, and was submitting shares all the way to the end. I saw the estimated reward drop drastically a little while before the end, but didn't worry (happened before and Slush sorted it).

my reward 0.00000010 - something must have been wrong with the calculation (which is what was the problem on previous occurrences).

I am starting to think it will not be sorted this time...

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May 08, 2013, 07:43:44 PM
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Considering wtih just 2 cards going that I've had lately I've been getting .00029ish I think that's a bit high.  I'd be happy to danate mine back to the pool if slush needs to make a correction.

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May 08, 2013, 07:46:45 PM
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I'm going ot be honest I think I got paid too much on the block that you guys are all talking about unless I did indeed earn what I did because a bunch of other shares didn't make it in mine seems to be a bit high.  help us Obiwan (slush).

17925  2013-05-08 14:13:44 1:27:14   11634278  1107    0.06159829    235160    25.21733124  74 confirmations left


SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.  I'm sitting her crossing my fingers it goes to confirmed.

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May 08, 2013, 07:55:15 PM
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I'm going ot be honest I think I got paid too much on the block that you guys are all talking about unless I did indeed earn what I did because a bunch of other shares didn't make it in mine seems to be a bit high.  help us Obiwan (slush).

17925  2013-05-08 14:13:44 1:27:14   11634278  1107    0.06159829    235160    25.21733124  74 confirmations left


SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.  I'm sitting her crossing my fingers it goes to confirmed.

17925    2013-05-08 14:13:44    1:27:14    11634278    684    0.00000021

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Regarding that block #17925 I suspect what's the problem .

From what I can see it appears that majority of the folks didn't submit any shares in the last X minutes while others did continue to submit shares.

The most reasonable explanation to this is that there was some network issue (routing or clogged traffic) and something happened to **some** of the pool's endpoints but not to **all** of them.

In other words - a few of the IPs listed below may have been DDoS-ed, and those that were connected to them suffered as they were unable to submit their shares, while the unaffected IPs worked just fine and those people connected to them did get their (at that point) fair share:

that's from a few days ago:
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C:\Users\me>nslookup stratum.bitcoin.cz
Server:  rdns-lb-01.orange.rr.com
Address:  66.75.160.63

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:    stratum.bitcoin.cz
Addresses:  54.225.117.74
          54.215.3.100
          54.215.3.101
          54.215.3.102
          54.215.3.103
          54.225.68.97
          54.225.116.40
          54.225.116.174
          54.225.116.221

and looking at my currently connected worker - I am currently connected to one of those:
TCP   192.168.0.70:54312   54.215.3.103:3333   ESTABLISHED   


Unfortunately I don't think slush would have any (easy) means to find out which IPs of the pool worked at that time and which didn't. If that's the case then I guess all I have to say to the winning folks - congrats for the bonus! Smiley

(that's unless slush wishes to manually recalculate the payout for that block, but the time for this is running out rather quickly too)

Thats totally not the case! The submitted shares figure from most people is correct.
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May 08, 2013, 08:23:58 PM
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Regarding that block #17925 I suspect what's the problem .

From what I can see it appears that majority of the folks didn't submit any shares in the last X minutes while others did continue to submit shares.

The most reasonable explanation to this is that there was some network issue (routing or clogged traffic) and something happened to **some** of the pool's endpoints but not to **all** of them.

In other words - a few of the IPs listed below may have been DDoS-ed, and those that were connected to them suffered as they were unable to submit their shares, while the unaffected IPs worked just fine and those people connected to them did get their (at that point) fair share:
(...)

Thats totally not the case! The submitted shares figure from most people is correct.


Ah! You're right!
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# Block found at Duration Total shares Your shares Your BTC reward Block # Block value seconds sec/share avg % over
17932 5/8/2013 19:27 0:03:47 520220 43 0.00213450 235189 25.10867232 227 5.279069767 4.759650555 10.91
17931 5/8/2013 19:23 0:56:33 7593341 732 0.00287402 235188 25.17550029 3393 4.635245902 4.759650555 (2.61)
17930 5/8/2013 18:26 1:07:22 9111565 823 0.00204239 235181 25.64309495 4042 4.911300122 4.759650555 3.19
17929 5/8/2013 17:19 0:17:22 2373359 212 0.00188620 235175 25.31410000 1042 4.915094340 4.759650555 3.27
17928 5/8/2013 17:01 0:19:56 2712768 251 0.00201770 235172 25.05070000 1196 4.764940239 4.759650555 0.11
17927 5/8/2013 16:42 0:36:19 4889155 480 0.00243818 235169 25.60799814 2179 4.539583333 4.759650555 (4.62)
17926 5/8/2013 16:05 1:52:00 15071549 1405 0.00242470 235165 25.59585000 6720 4.782918149 4.759650555 0.49
17925 5/8/2013 14:13 1:27:14 11634278 1072 0.00000028 235160 25.21733124 5234 4.882462687 4.759650555 2.58
17924 5/8/2013 12:46 0:01:55 251435 28 0.00266089 235151 25.08370000 115 4.107142857 4.759650555 (13.71)
17923 5/8/2013 12:44 0:36:37 4874601 506 0.00225230 235150 25.09740000 2197 4.341897233 4.759650555 (8.78)
17922 5/8/2013 12:07 0:18:52 2558082 251 0.00299940 235145 25.37765000 1132 4.509960159 4.759650555 (5.25)
17921 5/8/2013 11:49 2:07:14 16872453 1577 0.00195180 235143 25.10440000 7634 4.840837032 4.759650555 1.71
17920 5/8/2013 09:41 0:58:30 7744110 725 0.00250888 235130 25.06880000 3510 4.841379310 4.759650555 1.72
17919 5/8/2013 08:43 2:46:21 21253005 2110 0.00230024 235121 25.11913275 9981 4.730331754 4.759650555 (0.62)
17918 5/8/2013 05:57 4:17:12 33736475 3341 0.00260102 235100 25.23225000 15432 4.618976354 4.759650555 (2.96)
17917 5/8/2013 01:39 1:22:43 10660585 1064 0.00208142 235062 25.15620961 4963 4.664473684 4.759650555 (2.00)
17916 5/8/2013 00:17 0:52:40 6822905 677 0.00303857 235056 25.32145000 3160 4.667651403 4.759650555 (1.93)
17915 5/7/2013 23:24 0:49:44 6461791 620 0.00254768 235051 25.39097044 2984 4.812903226 4.759650555 1.12
17914 5/7/2013 22:34 1:49:03 14141721 1422 0.00278995 235044 25.14840000 6543 4.601265823 4.759650555 (3.33)
17913 5/7/2013 20:45 0:07:02 910924 94 0.00257889 235030 25.23400000 422 4.489361702 4.759650555 (5.68)
17912 5/7/2013 20:38 0:29:26 3991722 384 0.00215801 235029 25.33353963 1766 4.598958333 4.759650555 (3.38)
17911 5/7/2013 20:09 1:51:51 15267535 1399 0.00212787 235026 25.48937375 6711 4.796997856 4.759650555 0.78
17910 5/7/2013 18:17 0:55:35 7594804 737 0.00281889 235018 25.45195000 3335 4.525101764 4.759650555 (4.93)
17909 5/7/2013 17:21 0:12:16 1688709 148 0.00186998 235012 25.17640000 736 4.972972973 4.759650555 4.48
17908 5/7/2013 17:09 0:10:21 1407149 144 0.00264592 235010 25.23936000 621 4.3125 4.759650555 (9.39)
17907 5/7/2013 16:59 0:58:33 8088721 743 0.00227422 235007 25.49475000 3513 4.728129206 4.759650555 (0.66)
17906 5/7/2013 16:00 0:40:42 5623582 522 0.00232520 235004 26.76468680 2442 4.67816092 4.759650555 (1.71)
17905 5/7/2013 15:19 0:01:12 152445 10 0.00166705 234998 25.09425280 72 7.2 4.759650555 51.27
17904 5/7/2013 15:18 0:06:39 891284 86 0.00268507 234997 25.45588506 399 4.639534884 4.759650555 (2.52)
17903 5/7/2013 15:12 0:40:07 5477742 547 0.00246473 234995 25.41442000 2407 4.400365631 4.759650555 (7.55)

So the number of my shares for that round was about right - just 2% over average (that's in seconds/share or how many seconds it takes me to submit one share).

I wonder if there was something wrong with the timestamps of those shares (as recorded by the server). The result is almost the same as if I didn't submit any shares during the last 5 minutes, and what could be a coincidence - the round ended at 16:05:44 (e.g. 5min after 4pm). I'd be curious to find out if due to some glitch (time zone adjustment?) those shares got timestamped with +/- 1hr.

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May 08, 2013, 09:00:42 PM
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I'm going ot be honest I think I got paid too much on the block that you guys are all talking about unless I did indeed earn what I did because a bunch of other shares didn't make it in mine seems to be a bit high.  help us Obiwan (slush).

17925  2013-05-08 14:13:44 1:27:14   11634278  1107    0.06159829    235160    25.21733124  74 confirmations left


SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.  I'm sitting her crossing my fingers it goes to confirmed.

Well let's hope the next time this kind of glitch (or twist of luck) happens it will be in the favor of those who lost on this block Wink

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May 08, 2013, 09:33:23 PM
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Why is everyone only looking at the number of shares they submitted to a particular round and deciding they got screwed? Not all shares are equal - you have to divide your score by the total score for the round to determine your reward, as Slush clearly points out here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg50002#msg50002

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reward = user score / total score * 25

The scores for round 17925 probably got reset (normalized) right before it ended, resulting in many people with very low scores and only the few that managed to squeeze in a share or two right at the very end getting most of the reward.
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May 08, 2013, 09:49:12 PM
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The scores for round 17925 probably got reset (normalized) right before it ended, resulting in many people with very low scores and only the few that managed to squeeze in a share or two right at the very end getting most of the reward.

There's been quite a lot of talk about the reset being busted before.  Seems to me dividing by a factor would be fairer (and still prevent overflow).
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May 08, 2013, 09:50:15 PM
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Why is everyone only looking at the number of shares they submitted to a particular round and deciding they got screwed? Not all shares are equal - you have to divide your score by the total score for the round to determine your reward, as Slush clearly points out here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg50002#msg50002

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reward = user score / total score * 25

The scores for round 17925 probably got reset (normalized) right before it ended, resulting in many people with very low scores and only the few that managed to squeeze in a share or two right at the very end getting most of the reward.


that system is old...On the website it is:

This 25 BTC is divided among all of the users that contributed to that round, weighted by the number of shares that they earned. Therefore, the reward earned by a given user is given by the following formula:

(25 BTC + block fees - 2% fee) * (shares found by user's workers) / (total shares in current round)

which is what is being used now

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May 08, 2013, 09:53:03 PM
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Slush, can you please look into the following?  The reward is unusually very low and it never corrected itself; the blocks before and after this are pretty normal:

17925    2013-05-08 14:13:44    1:27:14    11634278    1167    0.00000029    235160    25.21733124    59 confirmations left

My user name is "panner" (no quotes).

Thank you.
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