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November 01, 2017, 01:26:21 AM
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The server seed doesn't change on every bet. This leaves the outcome determined by the client seed only. All bets can be verified when the hashed server seed is revealed.
There is a difference between how something should work and how something is working
I know one site where server seed is changing together with nonce.
I would like to see Stunna's answer on this, maybe he missed question, i'll send him message.


The server seed is produced by the server (Ie. the HOUSE), if the house knows your client seed, they obviously know what the next nonce is (it goes up incrementally) then they definitely can manipulate the outcome of your event through pushing a different server seed based on the above information.

Fairness is created through the house not knowing certain information. In your case, they know too much.

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November 01, 2017, 09:17:20 PM
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Besides the "fair" provably fair verification process.

I think another important factor should be a site willing to provide how much capital it has.


There are many small sites that allow huge bets but have very little capital on their cold storage. And either some whale or some bad streak can easily cause the site to become insolvent.

Everyone has his religion! Some claim provably fair is important, others claim that the site must provide how much capital it has and based on my experience I claim that there need to be a fund where money goes in to enforce claims of victims. In some cases there is nothing you can do, but in most cases victims could initiate legal action, but they never heard the word court and or are not willing to spend a small percentage!

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November 01, 2017, 10:28:15 PM
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Besides the "fair" provably fair verification process.

I think another important factor should be a site willing to provide how much capital it has.


There are many small sites that allow huge bets but have very little capital on their cold storage. And either some whale or some bad streak can easily cause the site to become insolvent.

Everyone has his religion! Some claim provably fair is important, others claim that the site must provide how much capital it has and based on my experience I claim that there need to be a fund where money goes in to enforce claims of victims. In some cases there is nothing you can do, but in most cases victims could initiate legal action, but they never heard the word court and or are not willing to spend a small percentage!

Why bother with court cases etc. when a site can be fully transparent with its dealings/bets & in return risk its reputation without it having to be proven in court?

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November 02, 2017, 01:32:59 AM
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Stunna I want to ask you something.

Real provably fair system is - client seed + server seed + nonce.
Client seed and server seed should remain the same while nonce change from 1 to n.

If you don't change client seed, nonce is changing from 1 - n and server seed is changing on every bet is that really provably fair system?
House could simple catch client seed, calculate nonce and give you bad outcomes.
And what is the point of nonce if server seed change on every bet?

My second(third?) question - without nonce, if client seed is unchanged, and server seed is changing on every bet, casino could see clients seed and give to player bad seeds.
How one can prove house didn't cheat?

Is that possible?(4th question)

This was discussed many many times in the past with various sites.

Basically its technically possible some gambling site can cheat you ONLY if you NEVER change your bet habit and NEVER change your client seed.

The site can have some pregenerated keys and if they detect you are someone who only martingales AND never changes the win direction, then they can give you some bad keys that will generate 10-20 losses in a row to clean you out.

However I am pretty sure Primedice never does this. And its also risky for the casino because what if you change from being a predictable gambler to a non-predictable gambler.

Someone can basically, martingale with 100 Sats bets for like 10000 Rolls, and then all of a sudden they can switch their bet habits and trick the site.

well if the site's seed is not changing it is technically impossible to cheat
unless there is some fundamental flaw in the provably fair system or cryptography
when the site is changing the seed every roll (999dice,fortunejack,bitvest and some other sites) it is possible
the server could track the habbit or patterns of a player on the fly and send a sequence of losing events
but the next roll is always predetermined so you are free to try and change the pattern if you suspect foul play
not that I think any of the sites are doing this,but this is possible in this case,yes
usually you could suspect this if one of the sites beats the math time and time again,i.e. if the chances for you to roll 14 reds on a 1.5x multiplier is one in 200.000 rolls
and you are getting them consistently in under 5.000 rolls or so,could be bad luck or could be foul play

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November 02, 2017, 02:01:41 AM
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Foundation? how can I have a girl jumping foundation, I beg of you to help me have it, first lol. if casinos use provably fair then people will abuse it, if they don't use provably fair then people would never gamble. how do you say something is provably fair? it's not provable if it's not fair.

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November 02, 2017, 08:25:45 AM
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Stunna I want to ask you something.

Real provably fair system is - client seed + server seed + nonce.
Client seed and server seed should remain the same while nonce change from 1 to n.

If you don't change client seed, nonce is changing from 1 - n and server seed is changing on every bet is that really provably fair system?
House could simple catch client seed, calculate nonce and give you bad outcomes.
And what is the point of nonce if server seed change on every bet?

My second(third?) question - without nonce, if client seed is unchanged, and server seed is changing on every bet, casino could see clients seed and give to player bad seeds.
How one can prove house didn't cheat?

Is that possible?(4th question)

This was discussed many many times in the past with various sites.

Basically its technically possible some gambling site can cheat you ONLY if you NEVER change your bet habit and NEVER change your client seed.

The site can have some pregenerated keys and if they detect you are someone who only martingales AND never changes the win direction, then they can give you some bad keys that will generate 10-20 losses in a row to clean you out.

However I am pretty sure Primedice never does this. And its also risky for the casino because what if you change from being a predictable gambler to a non-predictable gambler.

Someone can basically, martingale with 100 Sats bets for like 10000 Rolls, and then all of a sudden they can switch their bet habits and trick the site.

well if the site's seed is not changing it is technically impossible to cheat
unless there is some fundamental flaw in the provably fair system or cryptography
when the site is changing the seed every roll (999dice,fortunejack,bitvest and some other sites) it is possible
the server could track the habbit or patterns of a player on the fly and send a sequence of losing events
but the next roll is always predetermined so you are free to try and change the pattern if you suspect foul play
not that I think any of the sites are doing this,but this is possible in this case,yes
usually you could suspect this if one of the sites beats the math time and time again,i.e. if the chances for you to roll 14 reds on a 1.5x multiplier is one in 200.000 rolls
and you are getting them consistently in under 5.000 rolls or so,could be bad luck or could be foul play

I agree. If the provably system is working correctly then its not possible to cheat. Since you would need a quantum computer and even if you had one you might as well might some Bitcoins instead.

But there are bugs sometimes, I remember there was an ETH dice site that had a bug and its unhashed seed was leaked. Luckily the admin caught it because the gambler apparently had way too many wins in a row and it didn't look like a coincidence.

Like you said, its possible they can do this but its very difficult to predict gambling behaviour and the gambler might discover they are being targetted and just do the opposite and win instead.

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November 02, 2017, 11:19:40 PM
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Besides the "fair" provably fair verification process.

I think another important factor should be a site willing to provide how much capital it has.


There are many small sites that allow huge bets but have very little capital on their cold storage. And either some whale or some bad streak can easily cause the site to become insolvent.

Everyone has his religion! Some claim provably fair is important, others claim that the site must provide how much capital it has and based on my experience I claim that there need to be a fund where money goes in to enforce claims of victims. In some cases there is nothing you can do, but in most cases victims could initiate legal action, but they never heard the word court and or are not willing to spend a small percentage!

Why bother with court cases etc. when a site can be fully transparent with its dealings/bets & in return risk its reputation without it having to be proven in court?
The court cases are not to proof that it was not provably fair. The court cases are to enforce account balances or claims, as there are gambling operators that simply embezzle the hole balances of all customers at one point or selectively close accounts with false accusations.

The gambling sites who scam do not care about their reputation and they find enough victims that are not aware about their scam tactics!

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November 07, 2017, 07:31:09 PM
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Besides the "fair" provably fair verification process.

I think another important factor should be a site willing to provide how much capital it has.


There are many small sites that allow huge bets but have very little capital on their cold storage. And either some whale or some bad streak can easily cause the site to become insolvent.

Everyone has his religion! Some claim provably fair is important, others claim that the site must provide how much capital it has and based on my experience I claim that there need to be a fund where money goes in to enforce claims of victims. In some cases there is nothing you can do, but in most cases victims could initiate legal action, but they never heard the word court and or are not willing to spend a small percentage!

Why bother with court cases etc. when a site can be fully transparent with its dealings/bets & in return risk its reputation without it having to be proven in court?
The court cases are not to proof that it was not provably fair. The court cases are to enforce account balances or claims, as there are gambling operators that simply embezzle the hole balances of all customers at one point or selectively close accounts with false accusations.

The gambling sites who scam do not care about their reputation and they find enough victims that are not aware about their scam tactics!

I understand this is what we're trying to avoid. We're discussing taking any losses players may have from CGF approved websites and refunding them (Investment sites not included)

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November 08, 2017, 03:36:09 AM
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https://forum.cryptogambling.org/forum/54-verified-operators-feedback-complaints-discussion/

All operators have a thread here for you to give feedback if you please.

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November 17, 2017, 01:46:38 AM
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Slowly putting together a draft directory for all operators in the Bitcoin scene. These are operators who are not verified. With that said it does not mean they are not trusted. We will work on making this directory more comprehensive and standardized. 

https://forum.cryptogambling.org/forum/55-non-verified-operators-feedback-complaints-discussion/

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