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March 19, 2015, 03:15:25 PM
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March Madness Squares is Live for our Free Pool! Check out the number you have (all tourney long), and good luck!

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March 20, 2015, 04:21:20 PM
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Thanks to those who joined and GOOD LUCK in the March Madness Pool! Track the action by clicking the link below.

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March 20, 2015, 08:47:43 PM
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so now 000 hands dont count?
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March 20, 2015, 10:37:18 PM
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That is correct. We hit our goal of a bunch of winners and will bring back 000 hands sometime in the future.

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March 22, 2015, 03:40:25 PM
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March 23, 2015, 06:48:33 AM
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When are the square winners going to be paid?  I won a first round game and not been paid, it says you are paying at end of each round and that there will also be a running list of winners.  I see none of that
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March 24, 2015, 12:08:05 AM
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Congrats to ALL March Madness Winners thus far, below is the list of "Round 2 (round of 64)" Winners - All accounts have been credited with 10 mbtc (2000 * 0.005)

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0-3 - CFMS
1-4 - geniusboy91
1-6 - ranchpowder
2-5 - hankerson
3-2 (3) - 2008rain
3-6 - renkcub
4-4 - delexis44
5-2 - timw07
5-6 (2) - southpaw0
6-2 - bitworth
6-3 - fishtrader1
6-4 - frumpy
6-5 (2) - jtimon
6-6 - NiggasWitGuns
6-7 (2) - belt
6-8 - deborameeks
7-0 - glorg44
7-5 (2) - kingofsports
8-2 - eatchicken
9-0 (3) - soupmoney
9-3 - durkajones
9-5 - hamster13
9-6 - 1gallon
9-7 - bitboy11



FYI - Paid Squares have been refunded, and we are working on getting the pay out for Round 3 updated shortly!


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March 24, 2015, 12:19:29 AM
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Congrats to the round 3 winners in our March Madness Squares Pool!

20 mBTC (1%) of the prize pool has been credited to the followin accounts!

https://www.casinobitco.in/squares/

2-5 (2) - hankerson
2-6 - oureptsC
3-8 - frankthetank
4-0 - faince1985
4-1 - Cowboys4Life117
4-5 - biladelph
5-7 - partypooper42
5-8 - jeffthebaker
6-3 - fishtrader1
7-4 - Tulkas
7-6 - octopus41092
7-8 - victorhing
8-1 - Brimskie
8-9 - Mayuyu48
9-9 - gamblerDB


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March 24, 2015, 02:37:23 AM
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Congrats to the round 3 winners in our March Madness Squares Pool!

20 mBTC (1%) of the prize pool has been credited to the followin accounts!

https://www.casinobitco.in/squares/

2-5 (2) - hankerson
2-6 - oureptsC
3-8 - frankthetank
4-0 - faince1985
4-1 - Cowboys4Life117
4-5 - biladelph
5-7 - partypooper42
5-8 - jeffthebaker
6-3 - fishtrader1
7-4 - Tulkas
7-6 - octopus41092
7-8 - victorhing
8-1 - Brimskie
8-9 - Mayuyu48
9-9 - gamblerDB



Shouldn't I (sagrid) have won something according to the normal calculations?
(if I'm not mistaken the upper-raw is the winner score and the left one is the loser?).
Wichita State 8
Kansas          5
(8-5) and not (5-8)?



Edit: and I found a few other errors as well when going through 1st round scores to see if i'm the only one
UAB 0
Iowa State 9


UCLA 0
SMU 9

calculated as (9-0) and not (0-9)

Georgia State 7
Baylor 6

calculated as 6-7 when it's clearly 7-6

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March 24, 2015, 02:58:53 AM
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(if I'm not mistaken the upper-raw is the winner score and the left one is the loser?).

It's not winner and loser, it's 'home' and 'away'.  I assume that home means the better seed/whatever team is wearing white.
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March 24, 2015, 03:01:38 AM
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(if I'm not mistaken the upper-raw is the winner score and the left one is the loser?).

It's not winner and loser, it's 'home' and 'away'.  I assume that home means the better seed/whatever team is wearing white.
I'm pretty sure that isn't the case (or some of the other scores are mixed up -Dayton and PROV for example- ) Cheesy

Also in the competition page:

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Winning boxes are determined by looking at the final score of each game. The top row of numbers (horizontal) represents the winning team while the side (vertical) represents the losing team.

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March 24, 2015, 03:06:45 AM
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(if I'm not mistaken the upper-raw is the winner score and the left one is the loser?).

It's not winner and loser, it's 'home' and 'away'.  I assume that home means the better seed/whatever team is wearing white.
I'm pretty sure that isn't the case (or some of the other scores are mixed up) Cheesy

Also in the competition page:

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Winning boxes are determined by looking at the final score of each game. The top row of numbers (horizontal) represents the winning team while the side (vertical) represents the losing team.

I'm pretty sure it is the case since the x-axis is labeled "home team" and the y-axis is labeled as "away team".  In the NCAA tournament, the better seed is listed as "home" and the worse team is listed as "away".  In all of the examples you gave as being "incorrect", all of the worse seeds won.  This must be why you are confused.
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March 24, 2015, 03:12:58 AM
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I'm pretty sure it is the case since the x-axis is labeled "home team" and the y-axis is labeled as "away team".  In the NCAA tournament, the better seed is listed as "home" and the worse team is listed as "away".  In all of the examples you gave as being "incorrect", all of the worse seeds won.  This must be why you are confused.
Your point looks reasonable but,



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Winning boxes are determined by looking at the final score of each game. The top row of numbers (horizontal) represents the winning team while the side (vertical) represents the losing team.

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In this example, North Carolina is the winning team and the last digit of their score (73) is 3. We would look for the 3 across the top of the grid. Miami's score was 64, so we look for the 4 down the left side of the grid.


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March 24, 2015, 03:18:01 AM
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Example
In this example, North Carolina is the winning team and the last digit of their score (73) is 3. We would look for the 3 across the top of the grid. Miami's score was 64, so we look for the 4 down the left side of the grid.


I'm explaining to you how it is actually working, not how the page (from last year) is describing it.  If you click on the actual squares page (https://www.casinobitco.in/squares/?val=1), you'll see it says 'home' and 'away' not 'winner' and 'loser'.  It also makes sense logically, as all of the "mistakes" you found are corrected by reading it as home and away not winner and loser. 

Now, do you have a complaint because they mislabeled it on a page?  Probably, but I doubt you'll get anything from it as it's a free contest.
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March 24, 2015, 03:33:55 AM
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Example
In this example, North Carolina is the winning team and the last digit of their score (73) is 3. We would look for the 3 across the top of the grid. Miami's score was 64, so we look for the 4 down the left side of the grid.


I'm explaining to you how it is actually working, not how the page (from last year) is describing it.  If you click on the actual squares page (https://www.casinobitco.in/squares/?val=1), you'll see it says 'home' and 'away' not 'winner' and 'loser'.  It also makes sense logically, as all of the "mistakes" you found are corrected by reading it as home and away not winner and loser. 

Now, do you have a complaint because they mislabeled it on a page?  Probably, but I doubt you'll get anything from it as it's a free contest.

I don't mind at all if it's meant like that (it's a free competition in the end for the lols). just wanted to make sure it's actually calculated properly.

Anyway I'm just asking. your comments look rather on the offensive side though? *cool down a bit*


@CBTC it's Based on the better seed being home and the bigger being away? -Just asking to confirm in future rounds if I win something like the championship game or something-

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March 24, 2015, 03:42:49 AM
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I don't mind at all if it's meant like that (it's a free competition in the end for the lols). just wanted to make sure it's actually calculated properly.

Anyway I'm just asking. your comments look rather on the offensive side though? *cool down a bit*

If I go by your way of calculation, this one is miscalculated..

11 Dayton 66
6 Providence 53

(calculated 6-3 and not 3-6)
Arkansas and wofford is the 6-3 game/

@CBTC it's Based on the better seed being home and the bigger being away? -Just asking to confirm in future rounds if I win something like the championship game or something-

Sorry broooooo.  I'll try to cool down maaaaaan.

The problem brooooo is that you are still reading the box wrong.  Bro.  It's very easy.  Bro.  The top number is for the home team man.  The side number is for the away team man.

In the 2nd round, bro, there were two scores that ended in "6" for the winner and "3" for the loser.  Bro.  In one of those games the better seed (or, bro, home team) won.  In the other, bro, the worse seed (or, man, away team) won.  Those are different scores, bro.  One would be 6-3 and the other would be 3-6.  As you can see, bro, in the list posted here labeled as "Round 2 (round of 64)" Winners, there is one 6-3 winner and one 3-6 winner.  Bro.

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March 24, 2015, 06:47:27 AM
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I don't mind at all if it's meant like that (it's a free competition in the end for the lols). just wanted to make sure it's actually calculated properly.

Anyway I'm just asking. your comments look rather on the offensive side though? *cool down a bit*

If I go by your way of calculation, this one is miscalculated..

11 Dayton 66
6 Providence 53

(calculated 6-3 and not 3-6)
Arkansas and wofford is the 6-3 game/

@CBTC it's Based on the better seed being home and the bigger being away? -Just asking to confirm in future rounds if I win something like the championship game or something-

Sorry broooooo.  I'll try to cool down maaaaaan.

The problem brooooo is that you are still reading the box wrong.  Bro.  It's very easy.  Bro.  The top number is for the home team man.  The side number is for the away team man.

In the 2nd round, bro, there were two scores that ended in "6" for the winner and "3" for the loser.  Bro.  In one of those games the better seed (or, bro, home team) won.  In the other, bro, the worse seed (or, man, away team) won.  Those are different scores, bro.  One would be 6-3 and the other would be 3-6.  As you can see, bro, in the list posted here labeled as "Round 2 (round of 64)" Winners, there is one 6-3 winner and one 3-6 winner.  Bro.



Good, Thanks for explaining . What's with all the "bro's"? I'm not familiar with this tournament and I simply followed the explanation in the main squares page, I noticed the home/away before but after researching a little it says that games are played on neutral grounds.

 It would have been much easier if the competition page explained it like that (and not in a completely different way).

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March 24, 2015, 12:51:07 PM
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how long do withdrawals take
blockchain info page says it is a invalid transaction hash
dont tell me this site just stole my money
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March 24, 2015, 12:56:12 PM
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how long do withdrawals take
blockchain info page says it is a invalid transaction hash
dont tell me this site just stole my money

No, this site is legit and has been here for quite some time, are you sure that you copied the exact hash given to you? according to my experience, withdrawal was instant here, you should contact their support if you have some problem with the withdrawal or PM here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=37924 and tell them your username and ask them to check it



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March 24, 2015, 01:27:43 PM
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how long do withdrawals take
blockchain info page says it is a invalid transaction hash
dont tell me this site just stole my money
it's a legit site, withdrawals can take up to 12 hours if set to manual (And the tx hash during that time appears in "transactions" page is the address you withdrawn to).
just wait for few hours and it should go through.

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