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Question: What do you think would happen if ticket price changed to 0.05 BTC?
Jackpot will be higher - more will play and many people will still purchase at least 0.25 or more - 37 (39.4%)
Jackpot will be the same - there will be more people playing but many will bet less - 17 (18.1%)
Jackpot will be lower - many people will bet the bare minimum - 40 (42.6%)
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June 02, 2012, 02:43:50 AM
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so is this over ?
we do we know which address won yet ?
it's not over, it starts all over again

according to http://www.bitlotto.com/winners.html 1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8 has won the pot. wouldn't be surprised if it's Otho again
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June 02, 2012, 02:59:00 AM
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so is this over ?
we do we know which address won yet ?
it's not over, it starts all over again

according to http://www.bitlotto.com/winners.html 1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8 has won the pot. wouldn't be surprised if it's Otho again

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June 02, 2012, 03:03:33 AM
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whoops, my fault.

it's not over, it starts all over again, wouldn't be surprised if it's Otho again
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June 02, 2012, 04:36:39 AM
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BitLotto's Stranger Pool won 486.33 BTC!

0.25 BTC/ticket
1. 1BdTh4FtbkajrFjkv6jbLX8xQ11n1KfXDf
2. 1P44CLoLcnUBgerSk2xoHeGh5SEZJ9Abfg (Pool)
3. 181GZPYNPKyaoWKeDgrHURU8QWQ4Wg7nP3 (Pool)
Jackpot size: 486.33 BTC
Lucky Block: 182429 Mega Millions Numbers: 02 27 38 46 52 Mega Ball 45
Mixer Hash: a3ccaa7c32...
Winner's Hash: 3b11a5be6db66fa610778ebabfcb489b615866b23933eca1176a75f839a650d2(13)
Winner: BitLotto's Stranger Pool (Second group of 10)

Complete ticket list and calculations:
http://bitlotto.com/2012jun1.txt

Congrats!

I'm traveling for a few days so I won't be online for a bit. I'll double check the work when I get back and pay all the pool winners.

If someone could post independent results that would be appreciated. Try using the app in the opening post.

If there is an error, DON'T PANIC. I will be back and will make sure everything is good before I pay!

Good luck everyone on the July 6 draw!

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June 02, 2012, 01:16:50 PM
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Congrats to the 2nd strangers pool  Smiley

For me it would be clearer to show on BitLotto page results as:

1. 1BdTh4FtbkajrFjkv6jbLX8xQ11n1KfXDf
2. 1P44CLoLcnUBgerSk2xoHeGh5SEZJ9Abfg (Pirate Pool)
3. 181GZPYNPKyaoWKeDgrHURU8QWQ4Wg7nP3 (Stranger Pools)

Also to move the Satoshi Dice ad down under the results & not in the middle, confusing, or if you must have it there then change the colour &/or type face or box it in

I'm not at all sure if this is correct, but if it's the second strangers pool that shares the jackpot then I make the addresses for that:

1CXmKcBy2w8sNxvmyPQZQPVbAn2ZFeDmB

1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8

1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8

1K7m6AET2RZ1nqYhbTPDhkMgkzKKHk88Dx

16Dtz8KHYATgv5vCTaptEw2b4eCA6fL7aN

17fmnLj6uRA9TTiwvDyLJQMKSx8V6vWdrd

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

Please don't get your hopes up though as I may well be wrong   Undecided


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June 04, 2012, 03:03:20 AM
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Congrats to the 2nd strangers pool  Smiley

For me it would be clearer to show on BitLotto page results as:

1. 1BdTh4FtbkajrFjkv6jbLX8xQ11n1KfXDf
2. 1P44CLoLcnUBgerSk2xoHeGh5SEZJ9Abfg (Pirate Pool)
3. 181GZPYNPKyaoWKeDgrHURU8QWQ4Wg7nP3 (Stranger Pools)

Also to move the Satoshi Dice ad down under the results & not in the middle, confusing, or if you must have it there then change the colour &/or type face or box it in

I'm not at all sure if this is correct, but if it's the second strangers pool that shares the jackpot then I make the addresses for that:

1CXmKcBy2w8sNxvmyPQZQPVbAn2ZFeDmB

1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8

1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8

1K7m6AET2RZ1nqYhbTPDhkMgkzKKHk88Dx

16Dtz8KHYATgv5vCTaptEw2b4eCA6fL7aN

17fmnLj6uRA9TTiwvDyLJQMKSx8V6vWdrd

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

Please don't get your hopes up though as I may well be wrong   Undecided


Are you saying you bought into the pool but made it so you were the only person in the group?

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June 04, 2012, 03:16:24 AM
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Payments has been made:
http://blockchain.info/tx-index/7678811/021d7654b8cf3b868e53ee74252520750ae7c441ca889833b6f7cb30a05bff81


Congrats everyone!

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June 04, 2012, 05:39:29 AM
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From the Pool page:
 - http://www.bitlotto.com/pool.html

It reads:

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How the hashes are done for pools
Official pools run by BitLotto will ONLY use the first valid payment tx hash . If the first transactions appear all at once, in one block, it will be the hash in that block that is sorted 0-9, a-f first.

If I understand it correctly, I think that would be worded better by saying something to the effect of:

If the first block in which a pool transaction appears has more than one payment tx then the one used as being first will have the lowest payment tx hash in that block after sorting all payment txs 0-9, a-f.

Additionally, from the Pool page I see:

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BitLotto's Stranger Pool
Each group of 10 tickets sorted by date (oldest is 1st) will share the winnings.

Is it really sorted by date, or by block?  This is material because there is no guarantee the timestamp for blocks are in chronological order.   Block 182,935 has a later date than block 182,936, for example.

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June 04, 2012, 09:34:47 AM
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Congrats to the 2nd strangers pool  Smiley

For me it would be clearer to show on BitLotto page results as:

1. 1BdTh4FtbkajrFjkv6jbLX8xQ11n1KfXDf
2. 1P44CLoLcnUBgerSk2xoHeGh5SEZJ9Abfg (Pirate Pool)
3. 181GZPYNPKyaoWKeDgrHURU8QWQ4Wg7nP3 (Stranger Pools)

Also to move the Satoshi Dice ad down under the results & not in the middle, confusing, or if you must have it there then change the colour &/or type face or box it in

I'm not at all sure if this is correct, but if it's the second strangers pool that shares the jackpot then I make the addresses for that:

1CXmKcBy2w8sNxvmyPQZQPVbAn2ZFeDmB

1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8

1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8

1K7m6AET2RZ1nqYhbTPDhkMgkzKKHk88Dx

16Dtz8KHYATgv5vCTaptEw2b4eCA6fL7aN

17fmnLj6uRA9TTiwvDyLJQMKSx8V6vWdrd

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

1AZYqymQfEYpcBHLoL2Ez6dWDLyfWQmK4t

Please don't get your hopes up though as I may well be wrong   Undecided


Are you saying you bought into the pool but made it so you were the only person in the group?

nope, my address is bolded, the rest are other people's, in the first Stranger's pool I had 1 bet & 8 bets to a charity that I set up, there was 1 other person's bet too from those 10

I'm still not sure quite how the pools work & if the addresses that I listed above are the actual winners of the June lotto, each receiving a 10th share of the jackpot per 0.25 BTC bet, in which case someone scooped a nice 4/10 share with a 1 BTC stake  Tongue

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June 04, 2012, 06:41:02 PM
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From the Pool page:
 - http://www.bitlotto.com/pool.html

It reads:

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How the hashes are done for pools
Official pools run by BitLotto will ONLY use the first valid payment tx hash . If the first transactions appear all at once, in one block, it will be the hash in that block that is sorted 0-9, a-f first.

If I understand it correctly, I think that would be worded better by saying something to the effect of:

If the first block in which a pool transaction appears has more than one payment tx then the one used as being first will have the lowest payment tx hash in that block after sorting all payment txs 0-9, a-f.

Additionally, from the Pool page I see:

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BitLotto's Stranger Pool
Each group of 10 tickets sorted by date (oldest is 1st) will share the winnings.

Is it really sorted by date, or by block?  This is material because there is no guarantee the timestamp for blocks are in chronological order.   Block 182,935 has a later date than block 182,936, for example.
VERY good points! I'll change it to sort by block number. Can you PM me your Bitcoin address. You just saved me a rare but potential headache! You are awesome!

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I'm still not sure quite how the pools work & if the addresses that I listed above are the actual winners of the June lotto, each receiving a 10th share of the jackpot per 0.25 BTC bet, in which case someone scooped a nice 4/10 share with a 1 BTC stake  Tongue
You are exactly correct. I sent the payment if you want to see how it split up. You got 20%, and that other person got 40%.

You should start your own pool! You seem to have unusual luck!!

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25 BTC up for grabs so far!
 
I'm thinking of adding a FAQ section on my website. Is there anything that any of you found particularly confusing or wondered about? I'll try to add a few about determining your own ticket hash, and figuring out how to compare the results.

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I'm still not sure quite how the pools work & if the addresses that I listed above are the actual winners of the June lotto, each receiving a 10th share of the jackpot per 0.25 BTC bet, in which case someone scooped a nice 4/10 share with a 1 BTC stake  Tongue
You are exactly correct. I sent the payment if you want to see how it split up. You got 20%, and that other person got 40%.

You should start your own pool! You seem to have unusual luck!!

Well I was lucky to have got any money back on the last lotto, I bet a total of 111 coins so had a less than 1 in 4 chance of winning the jackpot same as last month, my big bet of 101 coins lost - just like the other big better with a single 75 BTC bet, but I was saved total loss by having a couple of bets in the winning pool which won me 97 coins making for a loss of only about 14 BTC in total which is more than covered by the winnings from the lotto before this one, after covering previous losses & gift backs etc I'm presently up by just over 173 BTC.

As I didn't win the jackpot & overall had a loss on the last lotto I don't plan to continue with a 100 BTC bet this month unless some other things that I'm involved with work out very well in which case then I may put in a largish bet latter on, I'll certainly bet something in double figures anyway.

I did pledge 3% of any winnings as a donation for site development etc, I should have said net winnings but I am happy to honor this pledge in any case so am sending 2.92 BTC to your sig address now.

I also gave 5 BTC to a charity which had 8 out of 10 of the bets in the first Stranger's pool, I had 1 bet in it, it would have been great if that had won but still nice to get so close.

I think that the pools are a very cool development, with 6 different addresses winning in the last one & one winner getting about 195 BTC worth approx $1,100 for a single 1 coin stake will I'm sure help make these more popular, I shall certainly keep playing them.

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HeHe  I just noticed I was in the winning "strangers pool"... forgot all about putting that bet Smiley

Thnx!


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June 12, 2012, 12:34:25 PM
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HeHe  I just noticed I was in the winning "strangers pool"... forgot all about putting that bet Smiley

Thnx!

Cool, btw one advantage of using the blockchain.info wallet is that it sends an email notification to you for any funds that it receives, OP may like to recommend especially the wallets that do this for that reason.

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June 13, 2012, 01:37:36 AM
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HeHe  I just noticed I was in the winning "strangers pool"... forgot all about putting that bet Smiley

Thnx!


Congratulations!

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HeHe  I just noticed I was in the winning "strangers pool"... forgot all about putting that bet Smiley

Thnx!

Cool, btw one advantage of using the blockchain.info wallet is that it sends an email notification to you for any funds that it receives, OP may like to recommend especially the wallets that do this for that reason.
Not a bad idea. I'll add something soon.

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Cool, it means that ppl can just place their bet/s & forget all about it, btw did you receive my donation of 2.92 BTC from 3 days ago?

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Cool, it means that ppl can just place their bet/s & forget all about it, btw did you receive my donation of 2.92 BTC from 3 days ago?
Yup. Thanks so much. Sorry for the late reply. I've been crazy busy lately!

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June 15, 2012, 09:57:52 AM
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My brain made me send 0.20 btc to bitlotto instead of 0.25 btc  Grin

a DONATION to this months jackpot  Cheesy (trying to bribe the lottery gods !)
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