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November 11, 2013, 08:33:23 PM
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TheGambler Absurd Money making Project
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[Investor]
1) Investor send to TheGambler.
2) TheGambler takes the funds.
3) Does some magic.
4) Returns 25% to investor. (Thegambler keeps 25% for himself)

Or

[Himself]
1) TheGambler takes his funds.
2) Does some magic
3) Returns 50% to himself. (Thegambler Keeps 50% for himself)

So what's the logic of going to investor routine. Why not the other option?
If you wanted to build trust, trust isn't built upon shady services.
Also even if a few ppl fall for this, the OP will most likely pay just a few,
just to look more legit, to hook bigger fish, then Run away.
Classic hook the fish scam.

So several options.

1) Your a Troll
2) Your a Scam Artist.
3) All of the above.
OR he's a horrible mathematician who genuinly believes martingaling reduces the house odds to something negative.
But yeah, it's a scam.
On top of that, he's been insulting a lot of people here on this forum.
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November 12, 2013, 05:04:07 AM
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I used to have something similar. But it died. hehehe. At least everyone involved knew it was a gamble.

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November 12, 2013, 07:47:33 AM
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I might stake a good poker player. But that's about it.

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November 12, 2013, 08:09:45 AM
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I can't believe people would fall for this. Would you do something similar if you were to visit a casino yourself?
In a real casino he would be even less popular than on here LOL
The fact that bitcoin can be anonymous makes it attract more scammers, i suppose.
I might stake a good poker player. But that's about it.
I actually put some money on pokerbyproxy a while ago. I then withdrew with a tiny profit but i still don't trust them. I'm not going to test their website with a serious amount of money either.
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November 13, 2013, 10:51:37 AM
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Haven't received a payment from days ago. He said he would contact Stunna but I haven't see the coins in my wallet now.

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November 13, 2013, 11:02:05 AM
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TheGambler Absurd Money making Project
--------------------
[Investor]
1) Investor send to TheGambler.
2) TheGambler takes the funds.
3) Does some magic.
4) Returns 25% to investor. (Thegambler keeps 25% for himself)

Or

[Himself]
1) TheGambler takes his funds.
2) Does some magic
3) Returns 50% to himself. (Thegambler Keeps 50% for himself)
4) Goto [Himself]

Thegambler starts with, 10 coins

10,15,22.5,33.75,50.625,75.9375,113.90625,170.859375,256.289062,384.433594,576.650391,864.975586,1297.46338,1946.19507,2919.2926,4378.9389,6568.40836
,9852.61253,14778.9188,22168.3782,33252.5673,49878.851,74818.2764,112227.415,168341.122,252511.683,378767.524,568151.287,852226.93,1278340.39,1917510.59
,2876265.89,4314398.83,6471598.25,9707397.37,14561096.1,21841644.1

Wow you own all the bitcoins in the world!!!  Shocked
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So what's the logic of going to investor routine. Why not the other option?
If you wanted to build trust, trust isn't built upon shady services.
Also even if a few ppl fall for this, the OP will most likely pay just a few,
just to look more legit, to hook bigger fish, then Run away.
Classic hook the fish scam.

So several options.

1) Your a Troll
2) Your a Scam Artist.
3) All of the above.
1. Primedice has a bank, so it isn't possible to own all the coins in the world
They still have enough of a bank for plenty of profits. And afterwards you can go to Just-Dice, which has a bank of 57,000 coins, which is more than $20M these days.

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2. I have stated time and time again to you, that it is not possible to just pop 1000 coins out of no where or keep doing 50%...I could, yes keep on going and going and going but it would take me extremely long amounts of time and would result in yes maybe a nice payout at the end of the day but not as much as what I could achieve if I took in investments and did it all at once.

It would take you extremely long amounts of time to make the money with your own bankroll? Lets run the numbers. You guarantee +25% after 48 hours. You say you can do more, but lets use the worst-case scenario of 25%. After 4 weeks, 14 of these 48 hour periods have passed. How much has your initial investment grown? That's 1.25^14 = 22.7. So 1 coin became almost 23. That's more than $8000 in 4 weeks, already quite a bit more than the average person makes in a western country. And the next month? Those 23 coins grow to 517 coins or nearly $200K at current rates.

So with a measly 1 BTC bankroll your 'strategy' could make you a very comfortable annual wage in 2 months and have enough coins left to become a (USD-)millionaire in the next momth.

Do you now see why your plan is absurd?
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November 13, 2013, 11:28:12 AM
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2. I have stated time and time again to you, that it is not possible to just pop 1000 coins out of no where or keep doing 50%...I could, yes keep on going and going and going but it would take me extremely long amounts of time and would result in yes maybe a nice payout at the end of the day but not as much as what I could achieve if I took in investments and did it all at once.

Wow, I'm starting to think that you're believing your own crap... You're really good at contradicting yourself as well.

How is it that you can work the guaranteed gambling strategy using other people's money, but not with yours? 1 BTC = 1 BTC... If 1000 BTC is too large of a sum to play with at once, then don't use 1000 BTC at once -_-'...

If it's going to take you too much time to work the gamble on your own, how do investments help? Seeing as you already have enough money to backup those investments.
Instead of asking for investments, you can use your own backup funds. Just send yourself some btc, resembling investment-like amounts.


Please respond using non-circular logic, without contradicting yourself or stating that you simply want to gain trust. Please prove that this is not a ponzi-scheme or just a 'oops, funds dissappeared'-scam.
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November 13, 2013, 11:42:48 AM
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Yeah, I once offered 8% per week, but with a 1% risk of losing it all. hehehe, anyone remember DIGS?

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November 13, 2013, 12:12:12 PM
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If I could earn a safe 25% of my investments every day through gambling I wouldn't bother with a paid sig. Dust by comparison.
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November 13, 2013, 12:45:06 PM
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We should let this thread be... We know it's a scam, we know he'll keep running around in circles.
Nobody will be stupid enough to invest in his system.

Let's give him another chance after he has set up his website.
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November 13, 2013, 01:01:28 PM
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We should let this thread be... We know it's a scam, we know he'll keep running around in circles.
Nobody will be stupid enough to invest in his system.

Let's give him another chance after he has set up his website.

i already have 15 investments, 12 of which have been returned 3 of which are being worked on and returned today.
let it be that's quite alright...Most people PM over post anyway.
show us the transaction id's
you're just waiting for someone to send 5 BTC so you can run away with all the money
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November 13, 2013, 01:03:33 PM
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We should let this thread be... We know it's a scam, we know he'll keep running around in circles.
Nobody will be stupid enough to invest in his system.

Let's give him another chance after he has set up his website.

i already have 15 investments, 12 of which have been returned 3 of which are being worked on and returned today.
let it be that's quite alright...Most people PM over post anyway.

Which members have invested? Surely all 15 can't be adverse to being mentioned here. If we could verify that anyone's actually made returns from this it would help you out.

Also why does it still say 0 BTC invested on your first page if you've already had 15 and returned 12 investments?
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November 13, 2013, 01:05:22 PM
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We should let this thread be... We know it's a scam, we know he'll keep running around in circles.
Nobody will be stupid enough to invest in his system.

Let's give him another chance after he has set up his website.

i already have 15 investments, 12 of which have been returned 3 of which are being worked on and returned today.
let it be that's quite alright...Most people PM over post anyway.

Which members have invested? Surely all 15 can't be adverse to being mentioned here. If we could verify that anyone's actually made returns from this it would help you out.

Also why does it still say 0 BTC invested on your first page if you've already had 15 and returned 12 investments?
Two possibilities:
1) he forgot, even though it's the only things he has to remember
2) he's lying
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November 13, 2013, 01:24:28 PM
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https://blockchain.info/address/1FHPSCjsV6tt3EZbv22qN72esFWhJzDyL6

I see a few transactions. Only 9 though, not 15 or 12.

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November 13, 2013, 01:36:26 PM
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This forum continues to be stupid, it is a shame. Why the hell do you even reply to this ? Just ignore it completely. It is incredibly simple and it works.
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November 13, 2013, 03:26:59 PM
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This forum continues to be stupid, it is a shame. Why the hell do you even reply to this ? Just ignore it completely. It is incredibly simple and it works.

Because its fun.
Most aren't here to obtain a specific result,  other than possibly educating a potential victim
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November 13, 2013, 06:35:05 PM
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Please provide a long, uncut video of consistent gains, where you are gambling

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