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August 19, 2011, 06:53:09 PM
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While you wait to get free'd theres a game called minefeild where you gamble little amounts of bit coins by clicking on squares, the more squares you click on without setting off a mine, the more you win. The trick is really to cash out as soon as your up.

Here is a referal link, yes if you loose i will make 5%, http://goo.gl/yg5LC.

but i dont want people to think im spamming so heres an alternative with no referal info, minefield.bitcoinlab.org

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August 19, 2011, 08:49:48 PM
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While you wait to get free'd theres a game called minefeild where you gamble little amounts of bit coins by clicking on squares, the more squares you click on without setting off a mine, the more you win. The trick is really to cash out as soon as your up.

Here is a referal link, yes if you loose i will make 5%, http://goo.gl/yg5LC.

but i dont want people to think im spamming so heres an alternative with no referal info, minefield.bitcoinlab.org
I'm sure the speculators will love this  Grin
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August 19, 2011, 08:53:54 PM
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Nice game, but it would be nice if there were some way of telling at least how many mines are in the adjacent fields, like regular MineSweeper, but I suppose that could make it too easy and shift the advantage from the house to the player
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