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GamblingPurveyor
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June 27, 2011, 06:43:50 PM
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Try it out.



HOW TO PLAY

  • Deposit ฿s to the address that appears on the screen, then wait for your session to be automatically credited (takes seconds)
  • Place a bet. You can bet from ฿0.02 to ฿0.1
  • You will be dealt 5 cards. Hold the good ones and
    click DEAL/DRAW to discard the bad ones.
  • If you get at least a pair of Jacks, you win!
  • Win up to ฿80 in one hand!
  • When you cash out, your winnings will be sent after the original deposits reach 6 confirmations.

BONUS ROUND: DOUBLE OR NOTHING
  • The bonus round is available every time you win a hand
  • Beat the Dealer's card to double your winnings
  • Each time you win or tie, you can play another bonus round to win even more!

http://www.luckycoin.in/
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June 27, 2011, 06:49:16 PM
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I can confirm that this site is legit, and the operator is very on par as far as keeping his game up - to - date (on the bitcoin / transaction side)

Also, just a couple thing to point out, GamblingPurveyor:

* ฿ is the Bhat symbol, and certain folks would like people to refrain from using this to identify the Bitcoin currency. BTC is probably better.
* Sometimes the CSS doesn't load and I just get a white page w/ Times New Roman instead of the normal blue/yellow "Video Poker" feel. Images load fine, though, and so does the game code.

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June 27, 2011, 07:06:47 PM
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Natural language is full of overloaded meanings. ฿ is already widespread as the "Bitcoin sign", thanks to a similar symbol appearing on the Bitcoin logo itself. Regardless of the opinions of a few, ฿ is on its way to meaning both Bitcoins and Thai Bahts, just as $ is used to describe several different currencies, not all of them called "dollars" (when ambiguity arises, we elaborate by adding "USD", "L$", "Z$", etc.).

I haven't reproduced the CSS issue, even after extensive testing. What browser are you using?
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June 27, 2011, 07:38:27 PM
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Firefox portable that comes with the Vidalia package to access the TOR network easily: http://www.torproject.org/dist/torbrowser/tor-browser-1.3.24_en-US.exe

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June 27, 2011, 08:40:37 PM
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Giving this a try now Smiley


edit ; takes a bit long to credit atm, will leave the window open & check back later.
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June 27, 2011, 09:11:07 PM
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I had it waiting for 1 confirmation (whoops!). That problem is fixed. Credits are now available with 0 confirmations.
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June 27, 2011, 09:15:33 PM
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We talked about this in GP original thread and the paytable has been reworked to Jacks or Better full pay 9/6 Best odds for player also he fixed the double feature so that you don't lose your bet when pushing the dealers up card. I confirmed all works now but it would be nice if you do tie the dealer that you have the option to double again. Instead it returns your money and the game is done, which is fine by me to. Other than that it plays nice I think I am even now after a nice run doubling down a few hands  Smiley

My only complaint is how slow it loads and plays! If you can find a way to speed up the action that would be a huge plus.

Thanks for providing a fun game to play.
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June 27, 2011, 09:22:28 PM
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I actually fixed the tie behavior earlier today. You can double up again after a tie.

The only way I could achieve faster gameplay would be if I didn't have to operate over the slow TOR network. If anybody can point me to where I can find fully anonymous VPS hosting with 1G of RAM or so, it would be greatly appreciated.
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June 27, 2011, 10:14:30 PM
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How long does payout take?  I submitted a payout for 1.4BTC or so about 10 minutes ago to 12xQQ3jkjnizpkeenyPLA98BWawQGue1Pr

Hasn't shown up yet as unconfirmed.  Any way you can check?

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June 27, 2011, 10:21:39 PM
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The site makes you wait until you have 6 confirmations before it will initiate a payout. I have done quite a few and everytime it hits 6 it pays out and the best part he doesnt charge a fee  Smiley
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June 27, 2011, 10:22:37 PM
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I actually fixed the tie behavior earlier today. You can double up again after a tie.

The only way I could achieve faster gameplay would be if I didn't have to operate over the slow TOR network. If anybody can point me to where I can find fully anonymous VPS hosting with 1G of RAM or so, it would be greatly appreciated.


Several hosts are available here in the marketplace where you can purchase a VPS in Bitcoin. :]

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June 27, 2011, 10:29:36 PM
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I'll check them out. :]

EDIT: They're all the same ones from the wiki :[ They're all based in the U.S. and Europe. I'm looking for hosting in some place like Costa Rica, where I can be sure the server won't get shut down.
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June 27, 2011, 10:34:02 PM
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The site makes you wait until you have 6 confirmations before it will initiate a payout. I have done quite a few and everytime it hits 6 it pays out and the best part he doesnt charge a fee  Smiley

That makes sense

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June 28, 2011, 04:46:04 AM
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The without tor link isn't working for me.
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June 28, 2011, 04:54:47 AM
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so i'm still on the page, my deposit got accepted, however when i hit "Deal" nothing happens....

can you look into this please? Smiley
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June 28, 2011, 06:16:25 AM
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There are a number of inactive sessions with money in them. Care to help me identify yours? Your deposit address would be sufficient. Use the contact form on the page for security purposes.
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June 28, 2011, 06:21:02 AM
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will fill in the form when i'm back at home, the non-TOR version isnt loading at work (not blocked, just page cannot be displayed) Smiley

Is it possible it doesn't work properly in Firefox? or shouldn't that have anything to do with it?

I did receive a 0.04$ payment when i hit the cashout button, assuming that payment came from your site of course Smiley
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June 28, 2011, 06:48:32 AM
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I wouldn't chalk connection problems up to your browser. It's more likely that the tor2web.org gateway was running slow, or even my own TOR connection (TOR is both slow and unreliable). I had no trouble loading from tor2web.org just now.

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I did receive a 0.04$ payment when i hit the cashout button, assuming that payment came from your site of course

You do use a new address for every transaction, don't you?  Smiley

If your balance doesn't read 0, then the cash-out didn't come from me (or your browser is failing to update the balance).
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June 28, 2011, 07:08:02 AM
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major edit : the game runs fine, cheers Smiley
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June 29, 2011, 05:54:00 AM
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Just so people know.  Yes, the expected payout over the lifetime of a jacks or better game is 99.54% on perfect play.  BUT, this only applies if you play with the full 5 credits.  On 1-4 the payout is dropped down to about 98.18% based on the following info

1-4 credit bet

Code:
Hand         Payoff Combinations Probability Return
Royal flush 250 493512264 0.00002476 0.00619000
Straight flush 50 2178883296 0.00010931 0.00546545
Four of a kind 25 47093167764 0.00236255 0.05906364
Full house   9 229475482596 0.01151221 0.10360987
Flush         6 219554786160 0.01101451 0.06608707
Straight     4 223837565784 0.01122937 0.04491747
Three of a kind 3 1484003070324 0.07444870 0.22334610
Two pair     2 2576946164148 0.12927890 0.25855780
Pair           1 4277372890968 0.21458503 0.21458503
Nothing     0 10872274993896 0.54543467 0
Total           19933230517200 1       0.98182243

5 credit bet

Code:
Hand         Payoff Combinations Probability Return
Royal flush 800 493512264 0.00002476 0.01980661
Straight flush 50 2178883296 0.00010931 0.00546545
Four of a kind 25 47093167764 0.00236255 0.05906364
Full house   9 229475482596 0.01151221 0.10360987
Flush         6 219554786160 0.01101451 0.06608707
Straight     4 223837565784 0.01122937 0.04491747
Three of a kind 3 1484003070324 0.07444870 0.22334610
Two pair     2 2576946164148 0.12927890 0.25855780
Pair           1 4277372890968 0.21458503 0.21458503
Nothing     0 10872274993896 0.54543467 0
Total           19933230517200 1       0.99543904

This is using perfect strategy.  Simple strategy will cost you about .08% return, but is MUCH easier to memorize and do on the fly without constantly referring to charts.

As far as the double up round goes.  The odds are.
Double 46.15%
Nothing 46.15%
Push 7.7%

The simple strategy I follow is directly from Wizard of Odds

Code:
   Four of a kind, straight flush, royal flush
    4 to a royal flush
    Three of a kind, straight, flush, full house
    4 to a straight flush
    Two pair
    High pair
    3 to a royal flush
    4 to a flush
    Low pair
    4 to an outside straight
    2 suited high cards
    3 to a straight flush
    2 unsuited high cards (if more than 2 then pick the lowest 2)
    Suited 10/J, 10/Q, or 10/K
    One high card
    Discard everything

Play the highest you have up the chain.

Assume you have Ac 3c 5c Js Jc

Conventional wisdom would tell you to hold the 4 clubs and shoot for the flush, but the odds tell you to keep the 2 Jacks and discard the rest.

Edit: My only concern.  There is NO independent audit of the code or safety procedure in place to discount any shenanigans that the site operator COULD pull to make it more profitable.  I am NOT saying that the game is rigged in any way, I am just stating that it COULD be and there is no good way to tell, so you must trust the operator before you play.

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