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February 06, 2014, 05:32:18 AM
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You dont want share site statistics because "House" won in 95% hands in total.
I just verified that I am scammed.

I just ran a quick analysis on all your hands played.

Win: 247
Lose: 312
Push: 59

Although your sample size is still small (600+ games), but it's obvious we didn't win "95% hands in total".

same here spent over 2 BTC in the past month or so

I'm happy to send a log of all the games you played for statistical analysis and independently verify that every games you played are indeed fair.

Loving the site, one of the best!!  LOVE the Baccarat!!

Thanks for playing!

You are saying "Great",but you right now applied for bonus to try the site.  Roll Eyes

Actually, ar8003 deposited his own money to try out the site (and played hundreds of games) before applied for the free credit.

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February 11, 2014, 02:32:55 PM
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Having more problems with your site yet again.

Username : Matthewsmith

I deposited some funds, the transaction has 4 confirms yet I still can't withdraw the 0.3 BTC.

Sort this out please.
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February 11, 2014, 02:40:33 PM
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Now I went to play again.. Betting 0.01 and its taken 0.1's

WTF is wrong with your site!!

Your site is a jamble!

So I have no BTC LEFT, WTF IS WRONG, this is the 4th problem Ive had with this site and now its just taken my btc!

If I click deal, it just says "dealing..." once again. Then cards come out, still "dealing" so i click hit and it puts cards on top.

Who ever designed this didn't do a proper job, theres mutiple problems you need to address!

WTF!

Sort it out, starting to get really pissed off now...

I would have taken the 0.3 when it should of bloody been able to be taken out!! But no, 6 confirms isn't enough. Sort this out now!!

Give me my 0.3 btc back. 1B6rW6ABUU2zwStB7fNU7md2u6zjfgtBRQ send it to that address

No more nice words to you. Had enough.
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February 11, 2014, 03:08:18 PM
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Hey Matthewsmith,

I'm sorry you had problems withdrawing. There seemed to be some issue on Blockchain on one of your deposit. We actually received your deposit twice (for 0.17) but only one can be found. That's why you couldn't withdraw because we need all your deposits to have at least 1 confirmations. Our team are looking into this right now to figure out the core issue.

Can you tell us more about the problem about the card got dealt twice? It's the first time we ever heard of such problem and would like to learn more and fix it to prevent this from happening. By the way, I've refunded your 0.3 BTC to 1B6rW6ABUU2zwStB7fNU7md2u6zjfgtBRQ.

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February 11, 2014, 03:39:50 PM
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A quick update on the deposit/withdrawal issue.

Everyone should be able to deposit/withdrawal without any hitch now. For those who were affected by it, we've doubled your deposit amount (including Matthewsmith).

Again, I'm sorry for the inconveniences caused. If you have any request or still having issues, feel free to contact me at admin@coinroyale.com

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February 11, 2014, 11:54:35 PM
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If you starting to play here it is one big sam,be careful.
Provably unfair.

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February 12, 2014, 01:08:39 AM
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If you starting to play here it is one big sam,be careful.
Provably unfair.
You say it's "unfair"  I say it's the ONLY place where I actually WIN.
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February 12, 2014, 04:19:05 AM
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If you starting to play here it is one big sam,be careful.
Provably unfair.

Are you able to point to any issues in our Provably Fair system or your game history? I'm happy to address it.

You say it's "unfair"  I say it's the ONLY place where I actually WIN.

Thanks, ar8003! We love having you at CoinRoyale.

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February 12, 2014, 04:35:11 AM
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If you starting to play here it is one big sam,be careful.
Provably unfair.

Are you able to point to any issues in our Provably Fair system or your game history? I'm happy to address it.

You say it's "unfair"  I say it's the ONLY place where I actually WIN.
Thanks, ar8003! We love having you at CoinRoyale.

And publicly I might add. This is different and rather interesting. I can't see many casinos having this much confidence.

Too bad I don't play card games. But I'm subscribed to this thread so I must've created an account for a freebie... is there anyway to find out? My usual username was available just now.

EDIT Found it! Looks like I did Smiley

So I totally forgot my password and can't access the site

Username: tranquil-snail-251

I signed up again (this time password wrote down).

New Username: tranquil-snail-252

Am I still able to get it?

Thanks!

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February 12, 2014, 05:32:38 AM
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And publicly I might add. This is different and rather interesting. I can't see many casinos having this much confidence.

Thanks, Lucky Cris!

If you would like to give it another spin, I can give you some free credit to play if you post/pm me your account name (feel free to create a new one). I've also notice there's a registered user 'LuckyCris' in our system.

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February 13, 2014, 11:09:03 PM
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And publicly I might add. This is different and rather interesting. I can't see many casinos having this much confidence.

Thanks, Lucky Cris!

If you would like to give it another spin, I can give you some free credit to play if you post/pm me your account name (feel free to create a new one). I've also notice there's a registered user 'LuckyCris' in our system.

That's me! I created the account before I found my original login when I got the freebie Smiley  You can delete the original and I'll keep my LuckCris account Smiley And of course - I'll be happy to get the free credit, thanks!

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February 14, 2014, 04:16:31 AM
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That's me! I created the account before I found my original login when I got the freebie Smiley  You can delete the original and I'll keep my LuckCris account Smiley And of course - I'll be happy to get the free credit, thanks!

Sure thing. Credited your account!

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February 21, 2014, 01:29:19 AM
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If you starting to play here it is one big sam,be careful.
Provably unfair.

Agreed.  I can't believe people are still falling for this scam site. 
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February 21, 2014, 01:38:35 AM
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and I thought it was only me!

I've played enough hands here to tell you all that CoinRoyale is one big SCAM rigged heavily in favor of its creators.  I've played blackjack at casinos all over the world, offline and online, you name it. The folks behind this have cleverly orchestrated the cards from the beginning to HEAVILY favor themselves and are hiding behind this "Provably Fair" system but don't be fooled!  

I've experienced EXACTLY the same thing that joksim299 speaks off where in many instances, even with a high hand, you will get a push or the dealer will somehow get blackjack starting with a low number; and this will happen CONSISTENTLY FIVE OR SIX TIMES IN A ROW and in many cases, the hand comes out in the same order (dealer draws 2 Kings or gets blackjack starting with an Ace). Guess your programming wasn't that bullet proof Victorhing?  Either that, or "Low House Edge" means 75% over player.  There's no counting how many people must have been scammed by the con artists behind this one.     Angry

I would advise EXTREME CAUTION gambling here.  But you know what?  Don't let me discourage you.  The proof is in the pudding.  Go ahead and start out with a really small bet, play a number of times and you'll see EXACTLY what I mean!

If you've also been scammed like myself and jokskim299, please continue posting here so that at the very least, others can avoid getting burnt by these scam artists.

same here spent over 2 BTC in the past month or so

Sorry to hear that.  That's exactly why I posted what I posted.  Take my advice and go and play in a brick and mortar casino.  This guy hides behinds his "provably fair" B.S and is secretly manipulating the hands behind the scenes.  Trust me!   victorhing- you're a fu*cking thief for scamming all these people.  Unethical scam artists like you are the reason why crypto currency has such a bad rep in the mainstream.   All I gotta say is Karma's a bit7ch man, I hope you get what's coming to you!
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February 21, 2014, 02:25:18 AM
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Sorry to hear that.  That's exactly why I posted what I posted.  Take my advice and go and play in a brick and mortar casino.  This guy hides behinds his "provably fair" B.S and is secretly manipulating the hands behind the scenes.  Trust me!   victorhing- you're a fu*cking thief for scamming all these people.  Unethical scam artists like you are the reason why crypto currency has such a bad rep in the mainstream.   All I gotta say is Karma's a bit7ch man, I hope you get what's coming to you!

Our Provably Fair system is well-documented and open for any critics/challenge: https://coinroyale.com/#/provablyfair . In fact, we wrote the entire thing in layman's term so everyone can understand it (that's why we called it "Simple Provably Fair"). Basically, there's no way we could manipulate the outcome of the game. We do this by giving our players the SHA of initial shuffle and letting them put in their own player seed (to 'cut the deck'), before every single game. And after the game, player can click on "verify hand" to see if each hand is fair.

If you have played on the site before, I can also provide you a history of all the games played for statistical analysis.

If you haven't played on the site before, feel free to PM me and I'm happy to give you some credit (good for hundreds of games) to give our site a spin.


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February 21, 2014, 03:43:21 AM
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Sorry to hear that.  That's exactly why I posted what I posted.  Take my advice and go and play in a brick and mortar casino.  This guy hides behinds his "provably fair" B.S and is secretly manipulating the hands behind the scenes.  Trust me!   victorhing- you're a fu*cking thief for scamming all these people.  Unethical scam artists like you are the reason why crypto currency has such a bad rep in the mainstream.   All I gotta say is Karma's a bit7ch man, I hope you get what's coming to you!

Our Provably Fair system is well-documented and open for any critics/challenge: https://coinroyale.com/#/provablyfair . In fact, we wrote the entire thing in layman's term so everyone can understand it (that's why we called it "Simple Provably Fair"). Basically, there's no way we could manipulate the outcome of the game. We do this by giving our players the SHA of initial shuffle and letting them put in their own player seed (to 'cut the deck'), before every single game. And after the game, player can click on "verify hand" to see if each hand is fair.

If you have played on the site before, I can also provide you a history of all the games played for statistical analysis.

If you haven't played on the site before, feel free to PM me and I'm happy to give you some credit (good for hundreds of games) to give our site a spin.



I have played and don't need you to provide me with a history or give me credits.   I and others that have been scammed by you know that you're manipulating the cards because we've played enough times in the REAL WORLD (I have decades under my belt)  to know that the hands we're getting (and also the order that we are getting them in) have a statistically low to zero probability of actually occurring in an actual legitimate casino. I can also come up with a "provably fair" equation and code my site to check a couple of green lights to show you that pigs can fly.  But we all know that they can't.   So don't try to bullshit people with your alchemy.  You're a straight up scam artist that's screwing people out of their BTC.  It's people like you and MT Gox that screw people over because of your insatiable lust for greed. The only thing that I can hope for is for people reading this to heed my warning and not put their BTC in your sham of a casino and get screwed over like the rest of us did.   The rest, I'll just leave up to Karma.
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February 21, 2014, 05:11:15 AM
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I and others that have been scammed by you know that you're manipulating the cards because we've played enough times in the REAL WORLD (I have decades under my belt)  to know that the hands we're getting (and also the order that we are getting them in) have a statistically low to zero probability of actually occurring in an actual legitimate casino.

I don't think comparing the cards you were getting at CoinRoyale with brick and mortar casino is the right way to judge the fairness of a casino.

Like I said previously, I can post all the hands you've played here and let the public see the hands you talked about (that "have a statistically low to zero probability of actually occurring in an actual legitimate casino."). Wouldn't that fulfil your purpose to call us out? Smiley

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I and others that have been scammed by you know that you're manipulating the cards because we've played enough times in the REAL WORLD (I have decades under my belt)  to know that the hands we're getting (and also the order that we are getting them in) have a statistically low to zero probability of actually occurring in an actual legitimate casino.

I don't think comparing the cards you were getting at CoinRoyale with brick and mortar casino is the right way to judge the fairness of a casino.

Like I said previously, I can post all the hands you've played here and let the public see the hands you talked about (that "have a statistically low to zero probability of actually occurring in an actual legitimate casino."). Wouldn't that fulfil your purpose to call us out? Smiley

You're right.  Using the model of a real brick and mortar casino wouldn't work for you, because you wouldn't be making enough money.  It's clearly obvious that your concept of "fairness" is a completely different one than the rest of us have.  For you, fairness is about screwing other people over so that you can line your greedy pocket with more money.  

What's the point of looking at a document output when you literally "hold all the cards" and can manipulate the numbers at will.  That's how Madoff got away with his scam for such a long time, because they all believed the "hands" or trades he posted to the public which were manipulated in such a way that it fooled the most seasoned accountants for decades. The REAL way to prove to everyone is to have someone go INTO the company and conduct a legitimate audit.  Would you be willing to allow someone access to your system to conduct an actual legitimate audit???   Probably not.

Like I said before, the proof is in the pudding, people can go right ahead and test it for themselves.  It just pains me to see more people getting screwed over by scumbags like you.  I will forewarn people yet a second time to STAY AWAY from this sham.   If you've been burnt by this scumbag, please continue posting here so that others can avoid getting burnt.

I really hope you get what's coming to you victor hing.  
 
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February 21, 2014, 08:14:20 AM
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It seemed that you kept accusing us without providing any proof (or your account name), or even take a moment to look at our Provably Fair. Provably fairness is about the ability to verify each bet independently. Again, I've already summarized our Provably Fair system for you and would happy to answer any doubt/question/challenge you have.

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I would like to try username tru0025

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