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Author Topic: Primedice.com | Creators of Dicing 🎲 | 29 Billion Bets | 112+ BTC Jackpot!  (Read 1914514 times)
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July 17, 2018, 03:08:21 PM
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Pull your socks up and get out your sweat bands, because this week we are seeking the mightiest of all the table tennis players in the lands! Be the king of ping pong by consecutively hitting 8 winning bets with 2x multiplier by bouncing between high and low or low and high. All players who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more players who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more players involved, then you win more!


King of Ping Pong Challenge!
Ends: 23/07/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT



Requirements

  • Consecutively hit 8 winning bets with 2x multiplier by bouncing between high and low or low and high.
  • Minimum bet is 100 satoshi or 1,200 ether or 10,000 litoshi.
  • 1 valid entry per person.
  • Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion.
  • 10+ forum post count.


Prize Pools (based on amount of unique players)

  • Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
  • If over 30 participants: 0.03 BTC
  • If over 40 participants: 0.05 BTC
  • If over 50 participants: 0.08 BTC


How to Enter

Respond to this topic on our official forum: https://forum.primedice.com/topic/32434-king-of-ping-pong-challenge/
Feel free to discuss the promotion here, but all entries need to be posted on the topic provided in the above link.

 

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July 17, 2018, 09:11:52 PM
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I see a lot of players that just don't have an exit strategy, especially in case of multiple win... ("now I can win moar!!"), and so I suppose there is a lot of potential profit completely lost.

Generally speaking, the common mindset that i see is: "my exit strategy is when my balance goes to zero"
Gamblers want to gamble and not to exit!  Roll Eyes


That's not true, if you win a consistent amount I'm sure you at least would withdraw a part of it to spend outside of gambling sites. Imho gamblers want to win and many times do not take in consideration what to do in case of loss, till reaching the "hard limit" (zero balance)
You are a signature campaign poster and obviously absolutely clueless about gamblers! Maybe a small percentage of players will stop playing after a larger win and spend some of it for other things, but over 90% of the players simply continue to play until their balance reaches zero. That is a fact!

I am not sure about your ratios but I do agree with you that "most" people continue to play until their balance reaches 0.

However it is not Primedice's fault that they can't control their emotions.

Its not only dice. Look at what happened earlier on Bitmex with all the people who got "rekt" shorting BTC because they wanted it to go to $0. Is it Bitmex fault that they got forced liquidated ? No. They got liquidated because of their greedy emotions and its no different with dice.

Most people that play and their balance reaches 0 are usually people who fall into the trap of "greed and fear" they win a little, get greedy and lose a little, get fearful, and lose it all.

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July 18, 2018, 07:38:39 AM
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Guys, for this discussion there is already more suitable thread -> When do you know its time to Stop?  Wink

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July 18, 2018, 02:46:11 PM
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I see a lot of players that just don't have an exit strategy, especially in case of multiple win... ("now I can win moar!!"), and so I suppose there is a lot of potential profit completely lost.

Generally speaking, the common mindset that i see is: "my exit strategy is when my balance goes to zero"
Gamblers want to gamble and not to exit!  Roll Eyes

And stopping to play after balance is zero has nothing to do with strategy, because if you have no money you simply can not continue to play.

Well, exactly, some players can go thousands of dollar on top, but they keep playing until they eventually (sooner or later) lose it all.
I think it is good to start playing with a limit in mind, for both loses and victories.
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July 21, 2018, 05:47:15 PM
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Another impressive week for the high rollers!
Is your name on there?

 

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July 21, 2018, 11:15:47 PM
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Another impressive week for the high rollers!
Is your name on there?

 


I think what PrimeDice needs to do with these public stats is at least censor them like Bitmex does.

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https://www.bitmex.com/app/leaderboard

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Because many people use the same username across many different exchanges and services and if a hacker notices someone with > 100 BTC they might easily become a target with social engineering.

I realize that most of those usernames are random and pretty funny actually but there should be an option to hide their real nick.

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July 22, 2018, 05:03:48 PM
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I think what PrimeDice needs to do with these public stats is at least censor them like Bitmex does.

For example

https://www.bitmex.com/app/leaderboard

What they do is, unless the user accepts they are given a random name and not the real nickname.

Because many people use the same username across many different exchanges and services and if a hacker notices someone with > 100 BTC they might easily become a target with social engineering.

I realize that most of those usernames are random and pretty funny actually but there should be an option to hide their real nick.
Primedice does not respect the data protection of its customers!

They posted against the willingness of a high roller in their chat that he was already up 170 BTC. Another problem is that many players play illegal or do not pay taxes on winnings and friends often know the usernames. So high rollers at Primedice or Stake are at risk to get denounced by jealous friends.

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Another impressive week for the high rollers!
Is your name on there?

 


I think what PrimeDice needs to do with these public stats is at least censor them like Bitmex does.

For example

https://www.bitmex.com/app/leaderboard

What they do is, unless the user accepts they are given a random name and not the real nickname.

Because many people use the same username across many different exchanges and services and if a hacker notices someone with > 100 BTC they might easily become a target with social engineering.

I realize that most of those usernames are random and pretty funny actually but there should be an option to hide their real nick.

There is a Ghost mode, if you have it activated you are not in the table, nor participating in the weekly challenges.
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July 23, 2018, 06:28:12 PM
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there is a requirement to keep your stats open for the competition
otherwise how on earth would they know you are in the lead?
some people are jumping at the first opportunity to blame the site(s) for anything,really
if the names were hidden,would have accused of no transaprency to the community  Grin

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July 24, 2018, 04:01:53 AM
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Another impressive week for the high rollers!
Is your name on there?

 


I think what PrimeDice needs to do with these public stats is at least censor them like Bitmex does.

For example

https://www.bitmex.com/app/leaderboard

What they do is, unless the user accepts they are given a random name and not the real nickname.

Because many people use the same username across many different exchanges and services and if a hacker notices someone with > 100 BTC they might easily become a target with social engineering.

I realize that most of those usernames are random and pretty funny actually but there should be an option to hide their real nick.

This is actually a very fair point. We give users the option to Hide their wagered and their profit and will look into better privacy controls by default. The thing that's nice about bitcoin dice is the transparency aspect of it, that the people who are winning are actually real and verifiable but I can see the drawbacks as well.

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July 24, 2018, 09:16:03 AM
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Time Travelling Bounty Challenge!
Ends: 30/07/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT



You have been sent back in time to the prehistoric era to hunt down and recover the most holy of artefacts left behind by the rulers of the world before us. We have placed a large bounty for those who dare travel back and retrieve it for us! In order to successfully locate and recover the artefact, you must first roll 0.01 to go back to the earliest date known to us here at Primedice. Once you have made a winning hit and travelled back, you must then locate the artefact under the roll 88.88! All players who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more players who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more players involved, then you win more!


Requirements

  • Roll a winning bet hitting 00.01 then (not consecutively) roll a winning bet hitting 88.88.
  • Minimum bet is 100 satoshi or 1,200 ether or 10,000 litoshi.
  • 1 valid entry per person.
  • Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion.
  • 10+ forum post count.


Prize Pools (based on amount of unique players)

  • Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
  • If over 30 participants: 0.03 BTC
  • If over 40 participants: 0.05 BTC
  • If over 50 participants: 0.08 BTC


How to Enter

Respond to this topic on our official forum: https://forum.primedice.com/topic/32519-time-travelling-bounty-challenge/
 
 

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July 25, 2018, 11:58:29 PM
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Time Travelling Bounty Challenge!
Ends: 30/07/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


This one is an easy/low-risk one, even for casual players: You can bet with a 1.01x multiplier.
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Time Travelling Bounty Challenge!
Ends: 30/07/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


This one is an easy/low-risk one, even for casual players: You can bet with a 1.01x multiplier.

It can be so easy to complete but it can be so hard as well, hunting for such numbers is purely depends on luck. I used to join this kind of promo long time ago, sometime I could roll the numbers in just few minutes but sometime I could not even roll the numbers after many hours/few days.
3days left, I'll try asap to look whether I have the luck or not. Still have few thousands satoshi on PD account so I think it is enough if I have the luck to roll both numbers before busted it all. LOL

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Time Travelling Bounty Challenge!
Ends: 30/07/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


This one is an easy/low-risk one, even for casual players: You can bet with a 1.01x multiplier.

It can be so easy to complete but it can be so hard as well, hunting for such numbers is purely depends on luck. I used to join this kind of promo long time ago, sometime I could roll the numbers in just few minutes but sometime I could not even roll the numbers after many hours/few days.
3days left, I'll try asap to look whether I have the luck or not. Still have few thousands satoshi on PD account so I think it is enough if I have the luck to roll both numbers before busted it all. LOL

Yes of course, the thing is that even if you don't hit the number, you have your bet covered 99% of the time. And using SeuntjieBot makes things much easier.
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July 28, 2018, 05:05:08 PM
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0.25 BTC Giveaway Stream!
Channel: https://www.twitch.tv/primeedd

A special stream has been arranged for everyone and will start in a bit!

Many of you who are familiar with the early days of Primedice are aware of the huge reputation of Edward,
one of the original OG's of the sites creation. Well he is currently in Europe and will be joining Mladen
for a joint stream whilst he is visiting Serbia! In honour of this momentous event, will give away around 0.25 BTC in prizes.

To be eligible for the promotion giveaway, simply leave a response on the
following bitcointalk topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4761364

 

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July 30, 2018, 12:21:07 PM
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Hey guys...

How many of you watched our stream?

We will post video of it soon (after we edit out boring parts) Cheesy

Let us know what was your favorite part of it so we know for the next time.

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July 30, 2018, 03:34:07 PM
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Hey guys...

How many of you watched our stream?

We will post video of it soon (after we edit out boring parts) Cheesy

Let us know what was your favorite part of it so we know for the next time.

I did. For me, the best part was two 130x hit on Plinko by Edaward was awesome. He was super lucky that day. Sadly, you guys couldn't beat Edward's bankroll. Anyway it was a fun stream. Please be on time for the next stream.   Cheesy Grin

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July 31, 2018, 09:50:39 PM
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Bingo Challenge!
Ends: 06/08/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT



Lets play bingo!!!! This weeks promotion is all about rolling any of the bingo numbers listed below. You need to hit at least 4 of them to be eligible for a share in the prize pool. Only winning bets are valid and you must have at least 100 satoshi profit from the wager. All people who achieve the challenge until Monday, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more people who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more people involved, then you win more!

11.11 | 22.22 | 33.33 | 44.44 |55.55 | 66.66 | 77.77 | 88.88 | 99.99


Requirements

  • Roll 4 of any of the bingo numbers listed above.
  • Minimum profit for each valid bet is 100 satoshi or 1,200 ether or 10,000 litoshi.
  • 1 valid entry per person.
  • Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion.
  • 10+ forum post count.


Prize Pools (based on amount of unique players)

  • Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
  • If over 30 participants: 0.03 BTC
  • If over 40 participants: 0.05 BTC
  • If over 50 participants: 0.08 BTC


How to Enter

Respond to this topic on our official forum: https://forum.primedice.com/topic/32588-bingo-challenge/
 
 

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July 31, 2018, 10:27:59 PM
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Are false and misleading statements to the gambling community part of your business strategy?

This user in question was linked by fingerprint to a user who defrauded PD out of a significant sum of money. Given that, their account had a flag on it before they even made a deposit. We asked for ID and the user provided an identity we believed wasn’t theirs. We wanted to have a phone call with them to try and clear this up and after many delays they agreed. It was clear they had found a non-involved girl talk to us who didn’t seem to know anything about primedice or bitcoin. That violated our terms but obviously that isn't why we held the withdrawal, we held it for the reason originally stated.

I'd like to stop this right here and make clear that this is not a matter of money but rather a matter of principle. I'm happy to donate at minimum the funds involved in this claim to a charity of the community's choosing. The trust of this community is not something we take for granted and is why we elected to post here to further explain this unusual situation.

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August 01, 2018, 12:00:27 AM
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Bingo Challenge!
Ends: 06/08/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT
Yes, good to see this challenge back! Last time we were all in the chat trying to get the numbers before the time runs out
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