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October 07, 2013, 09:46:47 PM
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Seuntjies DiceBot - the ultimate betting bot for dice sites, Supports multiple sites and strategies, as well as your own!


WARNING! There are some websites impersonating dicebots site and providing download links to malicious programs. only ever download from https://bot.seuntjie.com. Any other site providing a download for Seuntjies DiceBot is a scam/virus



DiceBot now has a twitter account that i'll be using to to keep users in the loop with regarding updates, known bugs,  upcoming features and sites etc. follow it here: https://twitter.com/SeuntjieDiceBot


Sites Supported:
primedice.com  - Also sponsers Seuntjiebot chatbot for their website
Betking.IO
moneybot (https://bot.seuntjie.com/mpdb) --second best way of supporting DiceBot after Donating.
betterbets.io
safedice.com
Rollin.io
bitdice.me
999dice.com
Just-Dice.com
CoinMillions
Crypto-Games.net
FortuneJack
MoneroDice
Bitsler
Satoshi Dice
WealthyDice
Satoshi Dice
Bitvest.IO
KingDice
NitrogenSports
YoloDice
Provably.IO
MagicalDice
dadice.com
Coinichiwa

Built in strategies:
Martingale, Labouchere, Fibonacci, d'Alembert and preset list. All of them can be customized as you see fit.

A programmer mode where you can script your own strategy using a LUA script.

Automatically draws a profit chart for your bets (can disable it if you want), which can be exported to a .png image as well as automatically be uploaded to imgur for easier sharing

Automatically logs all bets made by the bot in a local sqlite DB for easy querying, so you can easily go look for that cool win you got, as well as verify your rolls to make sure the site isn't cheating you.



Source available at: http://github.com/seuntie900/DiceBot

See Beginners guide! https://bot.seuntjie.com/GettingStarted.aspx

Feature summary:
No browser needed
Very flexible martingale
labouchere
fibonacci
d'Alembert
preset list
Zig Zag(High/Low Switching)
Auto invest/withdraw
Simulate Strategy
Verify rolls
A lot of stats including:profit, wins, losses, streak info, profit predictions, max bets before bankruptcy
Email notifications for certain events (user can enable/disable)
sound notifications for certain events (user can enable/disable)
Option to save username and password locally (no sneaky stuff done with usernames and passwords, check the code if you don't believe me)
automatically saves current bet settings on exit
import/export settings
Generates table with possible profits/losses for up to 30 losses in a row
minimize to tray
Emergency escape key
Bet history table that auto verifies rolls when possible, can also be searched for certain rolls
A programmer mode to code your own strategy using a lua script
Live and historic profit charts, as well as custom range charts
many stop and reset conditions


It can automatically withdraw to an address that you give it, when a certain limit is reached, or it can automatically invest your profits as well. You can specify the amount that gets withdrawn or invested, as well as the limit where it should withdraw or invest.

The bot shows a lot of statistics and information, like your current balance, profit, bets, wins, losses, streaks, heck it evens predicts your profits per hour and per day and calculates how many losses you can have in a row before going bankrupt.

It can simulate your strategy with up to 100 000 bets, (this can take a few minutes) and calculate your profit. You can export the bets to a csv file (excel or equivalent program will be able to open it) to review them. The simulations uses its own implementation of the sites own provably fair number generating algorithms.

You can verify the rolls on the site, by pasting your server seed, client seed and nonce. It also gets exported to a csv file for easy viewing. You can also use the bet history databse to read in the seed, then the bot will automatically verify rolls when you open the bet history window

Email and sound notifications, that can be enabled/disabled for certain events (withdraw, bankrupt, big streaks), also has popup notifications for these events, and a popup stats summery when you click on the tray icon.

in case of an emergency (like a big streak you want to stop) you can press ctrl + shift + s to immediately stop all betting





Download Link: https://bot.seuntjie.com

I am open to any suggestions or requests, and if they are within my skill range, i will do my best to add them to the bot. The whole project is open source, if you would like to branch the bot and do your own thing, feel free. code can be found at:

https://github.com/seuntie900/DiceBot

Any user input about bugs/problems or anything else constructive is welcome, as well as donations Smiley

Don't Forget! I have a moneypot application specifically for use with the bot.

Just log in to the app, that can be found at https://bot.seuntjie.com/mpdb, copy the API token at the top of the page and use that to log in with dicebot. Now you're ready to roll with fast bets and 0.9% house edge!

Ever wanted to donate but didn't have the cash on hand? Playing on my app in moneypot is the second best way of supporting the bot. Smiley


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Disclaimer: This is still gambling. The bot is not guaranteed to win. Please do not gamble more than you can afford to lose. The bot has a lot of settings, and I cannot test each and every combination. The bot might behave unpredictable and unreliably with certain combinations of settings. Certain actions from the server might also result in unexpected behavior. I cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred while using the bot.

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October 08, 2013, 12:37:02 AM
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I downloaded it and am trying on a different computer with a separate account on just dice that has a small amount of funds for testing.  So far so good, just putting it through its paces.  A few errors so far, I will try and give a more follow up of each error and what I was trying to do when I got it later.  But so far so good.

 

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October 08, 2013, 01:06:25 AM
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Hm, looks good, but I would only download it once a user actually claims it's legit, and tested it.  Because it's a download, it may be unsafe, but I doubt my own doubts.

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October 08, 2013, 01:56:21 AM
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Hm, looks good, but I would only download it once a user actually claims it's legit, and tested it.  Because it's a download, it may be unsafe, but I doubt my own doubts.

Yea I agree, I do not know how to test this to check if it will do anything malicious.  I do not have that technical of a background.  All I can say is that I have been running for a couple of hours on a computer that has no coins on the QT wallet on a brand new JD account that has a pretty small balance.  So far it has been working well and I haven't gotten anymore errors.  Use at your own risk though.

After thought, you can set your JD account to need a google authenticator code to withdraw, might not be a bad idea just in case.

 

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October 08, 2013, 02:23:34 AM
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This bot is legit, I've been using it for a week now.


It works wonderful, does freeze time to time but the owner stays on top of updating it seems!


Great job!

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October 08, 2013, 05:23:57 AM
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I might give it a shot if a few more good reviews come through Smiley

Ive been looking for something like this for a while so thanks!
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October 08, 2013, 05:35:04 AM
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Hm, looks good, but I would only download it once a user actually claims it's legit, and tested it.  Because it's a download, it may be unsafe, but I doubt my own doubts.

I wish there was a way for me to prove to you that there is nothing malicious about it, but all I can give you is my word. You can go ask around at the chat on http://netcodepool.org, there are quite a few people there that are using or were using it, and you can check out the thread there as well, http://forum.netcodepool.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=497

I downloaded it and am trying on a different computer with a separate account on just dice that has a small amount of funds for testing.  So far so good, just putting it through its paces.  A few errors so far, I will try and give a more follow up of each error and what I was trying to do when I got it later.  But so far so good.

Please let me know of the errors if they persist, I would like get the bot running smoothly Smiley

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October 08, 2013, 08:06:15 AM
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Looks nice, how I can get it bet automaticly?
Now it stops after each bet / after pressing bot´s start high / start low button.

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October 08, 2013, 08:51:03 AM
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Looks nice, how I can get it bet automaticly?
Now it stops after each bet / after pressing bot´s start high / start low button.

It's odd that it doesn't continue betting. I have seen something similar before but I thought I fixed it. When you press on the reset button at the bottom of the stats tab, does it load the balance correctly?

Also, where are you from? Regional settings might be preventing the number from being extracted correctly, I fixed this for most of the inputs, but I might have missed one or two.

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October 08, 2013, 09:00:24 AM
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Looks nice, how I can get it bet automaticly?
Now it stops after each bet / after pressing bot´s start high / start low button.

It's odd that it doesn't continue betting. I have seen something similar before but I thought I fixed it. When you press on the reset button at the bottom of the stats tab, does it load the balance correctly?

Also, where are you from? Regional settings might be preventing the number from being extracted correctly, I fixed this for most of the inputs, but I might have missed one or two.
After pressing reset button balance shows always 0 and profit 1 at bot´s window, i.e. no.
Im from Finland, I have actually finnish language version of Win XP on the laptop where tested bot, however number format is standard.
Thank you in advance!

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Looks nice, how I can get it bet automaticly?
Now it stops after each bet / after pressing bot´s start high / start low button.

It's odd that it doesn't continue betting. I have seen something similar before but I thought I fixed it. When you press on the reset button at the bottom of the stats tab, does it load the balance correctly?

Also, where are you from? Regional settings might be preventing the number from being extracted correctly, I fixed this for most of the inputs, but I might have missed one or two.
After pressing reset button balance shows always 0 and profit 1 at bot´s window, i.e. no.
Im from Finland, I have actually finnish language version of Win XP on the laptop where tested bot, however number format is standard.
Thank you in advance!
Here decimal separator is , instead of . this can cause some problems?

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 The deal is , martingale doesnt work , you eventually lose enough in a row to bust. Thats why it is unneccesary to make a bot like this , use your coding skills for something like CAT for trading purposes.

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Here decimal separator is , instead of . this can cause some problems?

That would indeed cause the problem, seems that I missed running the balance through the conversion method. I will fix this ASAP.


 The deal is , martingale doesnt work , you eventually lose enough in a row to bust. Thats why it is unneccesary to make a bot like this , use your coding skills for something like CAT for trading purposes.

I agree with the math that plain martin will always lose, but by modifying it, a larger variance can be caused, giving you a slight edge. Its not perfect, and i'm always looking for new ways to improve the bot and increase the variance, if you have any suggestions, i'm open to them

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October 08, 2013, 10:44:47 AM
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I agree with the math that plain martin will always lose, but by modifying it, a larger variance can be caused, giving you a slight edge. Its not perfect, and i'm always looking for new ways to improve the bot and increase the variance, if you have any suggestions, i'm open to them

Increasing variance does not give you an edge.

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October 08, 2013, 10:50:24 AM
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There already is a very good working in-browser bot. Why would I want to use this one?

Because this one doesn't accidentally ddos the site and it has a lot of features that the other bot does not have, like the simulator, bet verifier, almost all of the stats and the ways that marting can be modified

Increasing variance does not give you an edge.

my sentence was badly constructed, increased variance gives you a (slightly) bigger chance of coming out with a profit, it does not give you an edge, as you said

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I keep getting a message that the operation times out when trying to contact just-dice.com.  I think this may be due to me being on my work computer but I am not sure.  Just wanted to leave this here incase the OP had any ideas.  I can get to just-dice on my browser, but for some reason I cannot when I run this program.


UPDATE:
Now when I start it, it just keeps loading and loading (evidenced by the green bar in the upper right hand corner of the screen going back and forth) but doesnt get anywhere and I cannot click anywhere on the right hand side or close the window down.

 

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as an investor on JD, i really like this bot Smiley


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October 08, 2013, 01:24:33 PM
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Looks nice, how I can get it bet automaticly?
Now it stops after each bet / after pressing bot´s start high / start low button.

Seems I made an error in that specific method, fixed now. You can download it at:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/seuntjiejddb/files/Update%20Only/DiceBot-2.4.1.exe/download - exe update only - replace the existing exe with this one
https://sourceforge.net/projects/seuntjiejddb/files/Complete%20Release/DiceBot-2.4.1.zip/download - full download

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October 08, 2013, 01:31:13 PM
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I keep getting a message that the operation times out when trying to contact just-dice.com.  I think this may be due to me being on my work computer but I am not sure.  Just wanted to leave this here incase the OP had any ideas.  I can get to just-dice on my browser, but for some reason I cannot when I run this program.


UPDATE:
Now when I start it, it just keeps loading and loading (evidenced by the green bar in the upper right hand corner of the screen going back and forth) but doesnt get anywhere and I cannot click anywhere on the right hand side or close the window down.

it does not have proxy support yet, I'm having a hard time getting the integrated browser to use a proxy. I have experienced both of those problems while trying to run the bot behind a proxy

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Why? This is a good programming job, but is still stupid. You will never win, never, the house edge will overcome your martingale, and leave you broke. Haven't we all been over this before...

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