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January 13, 2018, 06:54:25 PM
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I do not agree to all the posts stating 999dice.com is not fair.

I have played aprox 5 mill hand the last two day (using dicebot) and everything seems to be according to basic statistic. I have a decent revenue due to my system (which I off course know I can loose on the next hand, due to basic statistic) (see screendump for one of my accounts here http://elbrandt.com/account3.jpg)

hence I can definitely recommend this site due to the house edge of only 0.1 %

feel free to use my referral link if you want
https://www.999dice.com/?163996091
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January 13, 2018, 07:21:35 PM
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Just because you approached statistical ev doesn't mean they can't simply flip the seed on you and make you lose when you start betting larger.

Remember why 999dice was a scam? Because they were not provably fair. You would have to check the seeds after each and every bet to ensure that you were not being cheated. You CAN do that with Dicebot but if they're fine with not implementing a proper provably fair system then do you think they'll let you withdraw large winnings?

Don't point people to this piece of shit site.

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