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Author Topic: Double Trouble with a Last In Jackpot!!!  (Read 589 times)
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June 25, 2011, 03:01:13 PM

Welcome to Double Trouble with a Jackpot!!!

At the core of this game is the normal double trouble: you pay in an amount (at least 1.0BTC), and when the bank has double that amount, you get paid double what you put in.
To spice things up a bit and hopefully keep the action rolling quickly I'm adding a jackpot.

Jackpot will be split between the last 2 transaction addresses

So, how does the jackpot get its BTC? When you send in BTC, 4% will get taken off the top before it goes to the bank: 2% for the opperator, and 2% for the jackpot. If someone sends in more than 5.0 BTC in a single transaction, then the operator cut will go to the jackpot instead. Larger transactions mean larger jackpots and more winning, so play big!

Minimum bid is 1.0 BTC. Anything below 1.0 BTC will be counted as a donation to the jackpot

Game ends 48 hours after last entry

Send bids to:

Check Block Explorer at:

Check the google spreadheet at:

Disclaimer: This is a game, and there is a chance you will lose the BTC you put in if not enough people behind you play. If you don't like the rules, make a respectful comment, or simply don't play this variation.
Disclaimer 2: I'm human with a family, a monday-friday 8-5 job, and I enjoy sleeping at least 6 hours a day. I will update the spreadsheet and make payouts as often as I can (I'll guarantee at least 4 times a day).
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June 26, 2011, 11:37:11 AM

so this one could just go on forever
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