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October 23, 2014, 06:07:48 PM
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I can try dig it up, but the blockchain shows the amount I entered (can't remember exactly). I was missing exactly .9 of 1 chip (I forgot to account for miners fees resulting in me receiving uneven chip amounts). It was a few weeks back and only a chip so I'm not really bothered but it definitely happened.
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October 23, 2014, 06:14:31 PM
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I can try dig it up, but the blockchain shows the amount I entered (can't remember exactly). I was missing exactly .9 of 1 chip (I forgot to account for miners fees resulting in me receiving uneven chip amounts). It was a few weeks back and only a chip so I'm not really bothered but it definitely happened.

Did you factor in the transaction fee of the BTC being sent from the wallet?
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October 23, 2014, 06:17:35 PM
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I'll dig for the actual transaction now. It's probably too late because I've since lost those chips, but it went something like I sent 0.007 to seals, and ended up with 5.9 chips. The miners fees were the .1, but one chip is missing.

Again, I'm not complaining and not that worried over 1 measly chip, but I'm positive it happened. Maybe an admin could confirm if I find my blockchain link? There should be a record of how many chips were credited. I didn't want to kick up a fuss over so little.

edit: these are my only deposits, and now I can't check what's right and what's wrong.

https://blockchain.info/address/1HNzQBFiV6FmhzQw3H7xuqNvrFX1gqrcJN
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October 23, 2014, 06:31:12 PM
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I'll dig for the actual transaction now. It's probably too late because I've since lost those chips, but it went something like I sent 0.007 to seals, and ended up with 5.9 chips. The miners fees were the .1, but one chip is missing.

Again, I'm not complaining and not that worried over 1 measly chip, but I'm positive it happened. Maybe an admin could confirm if I find my blockchain link? There should be a record of how many chips were credited. I didn't want to kick up a fuss over so little.

I can try dig it up, but the blockchain shows the amount I entered (can't remember exactly). I was missing exactly .9 of 1 chip (I forgot to account for miners fees resulting in me receiving uneven chip amounts). It was a few weeks back and only a chip so I'm not really bothered but it definitely happened.

Easy one here, happens more than you might think:

SwC deposit-system credits full chips only at this time.  If you deposit slightly less than a full chip amount, (i'm pretty sure your deposit address, maybe our internal system) holds your partial chip until a deposit makes it whole.  So you never lose credit, and to avoid this just deposit in 0.001 increments.


Love this discussion.

During some late nights, ST6 & I have dreamed about 2.0 bitcoin poker platforms.  IMO blockchain-like HH database, private keys for your hole cards (show just 1 if you want) and the cloud-consensus bitcoin-like method to deal a fair deck to 2 mutually distrusting players.

it's the far future, but we'll eventually build it if given enough time.

@Micon, that's my dream. Don't forget to include me in your ST6 or whatever. I did go through the equivalent of BUDS where I am. (The Philippine Naval Special Operations Group is considered the counter part of the United States Navy Seals; they have exchanged trident pins more than once.)

Dabs - we are likely going to expand the team over the next year as we roll out new features.  We are always looking for creative full stack engineers from the bitcoin world.  The far-future stuff will very likely involve the community, crowd-sourcing the build.

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October 23, 2014, 06:35:49 PM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!
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October 23, 2014, 07:09:13 PM
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What is the minimum deposit and cashout here?

 min .01 in and  .02 out

I thought the min deposit was 0.001? (1 chip)

i only play in the client and it still say .01 btc min depo
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October 23, 2014, 08:48:51 PM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!

Yup, next time you deposit deposit X.1 chips to get the other .9 Tongue
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October 24, 2014, 07:09:30 AM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!

Yup, next time you deposit deposit X.1 chips to get the other .9 Tongue

Maybe like deposits they should also fix withdrawls, and allow people to withdraw X.1 chips.

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October 24, 2014, 01:54:49 PM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!

Yup, next time you deposit deposit X.1 chips to get the other .9 Tongue

Maybe like deposits they should also fix withdrawls, and allow people to withdraw X.1 chips.

I've griped (politely) about this before.  In my opinion it is a problem that you can have an amount in your account which is too small to buy into any game and too small to withdrawl.  It kinda means that you're either forced to deposit again or else kiss that money good bye.

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October 24, 2014, 03:14:27 PM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!

Yup, next time you deposit deposit X.1 chips to get the other .9 Tongue

Maybe like deposits they should also fix withdrawls, and allow people to withdraw X.1 chips.

I've griped (politely) about this before.  In my opinion it is a problem that you can have an amount in your account which is too small to buy into any game and too small to withdrawl.  It kinda means that you're either forced to deposit again or else kiss that money good bye.

Anyway keep in consideration that at the moment 1 seals chip is worth 0.36 USD  Wink

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October 24, 2014, 08:52:46 PM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!

Yup, next time you deposit deposit X.1 chips to get the other .9 Tongue

Maybe like deposits they should also fix withdrawls, and allow people to withdraw X.1 chips.

I've griped (politely) about this before.  In my opinion it is a problem that you can have an amount in your account which is too small to buy into any game and too small to withdrawl.  It kinda means that you're either forced to deposit again or else kiss that money good bye.

it's as easy as depositing to make 20 chips (.02) then withdrawing.  Never any fees.

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October 26, 2014, 06:30:26 PM
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In ~1.5 hrs:  20 chip 1k GTD!  Just another bitcoin guaranteed by SwC.  This one usually beats it too, so if you like big field MTT action, this is what we have right now Smiley

In ~3.5 hrs:  The BIG BTC | 10 bitcoins guaranteed by SwC | Each and every Sunday since ~2011ish.  This is the biggest MTT we offer each week as of now. 

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SwC is working extremely hard behind the scenes.  I know you have heard me scream this before, but as SwC hype man you will hear it again.  We are about to drop a brilliant update in a few months.  It will fix many of the issues currently facing SwC and add many, many games & features.  Please continue to show your support to the oldest, largest, and most trusted bitcoin poker site - and we will continue to build it better.

GLGLGLGL today Smiley

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October 27, 2014, 12:23:47 AM
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Ah I understand, so there are 0.9 chips waiting for me in limbo next time I deposit?

I figured since it displayed partial chips, I could also deposit partial amounts as well. Should have read the fine print!

Yup, next time you deposit deposit X.1 chips to get the other .9 Tongue

Maybe like deposits they should also fix withdrawls, and allow people to withdraw X.1 chips.

I've griped (politely) about this before.  In my opinion it is a problem that you can have an amount in your account which is too small to buy into any game and too small to withdrawl.  It kinda means that you're either forced to deposit again or else kiss that money good bye.

it's as easy as depositing to make 20 chips (.02) then withdrawing.  Never any fees.


What he was saying is that you can't withdraw .x amounts. For example, if you have 0.99 chips and you deposit 20 mBTC, you can still only withdraw 20, rather than 20.99. Therefore the other 0.99 is still stuck on the site unless you deposit x.01 exactly.

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October 28, 2014, 02:58:26 PM
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What ranlo said is indeed what I was trying to express.  I didn't reply to Micon right away because I figured I had misread or misremembered something.  But yes, ranlo has expressed my original point again.  Thanks!

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October 28, 2014, 03:01:50 PM
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SwC is working extremely hard behind the scenes.  I know you have heard me scream this before, but as SwC hype man you will hear it again.  We are about to drop a brilliant update in a few months.  It will fix many of the issues currently facing SwC and add many, many games & features.  Please continue to show your support to the oldest, largest, and most trusted bitcoin poker site - and we will continue to build it better.

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October 28, 2014, 03:02:50 PM
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are there still freerolls (i mean for new players, not the krill loyalty freerolls) ?

I played on seals once a year ago but have no idea how the site is at the moment.

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October 28, 2014, 03:14:22 PM
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There are still freerolls.  I think nowadays they're called 54 player shootouts or something similar.  Look in the tournaments lobby.

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October 28, 2014, 03:20:39 PM
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are there still freerolls (i mean for new players, not the krill loyalty freerolls) ?

I played on seals once a year ago but have no idea how the site is at the moment.


just log in and have a look yourself: best way imo is to check it with your eyes

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October 28, 2014, 04:50:48 PM
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In ~1.5 hrs:  20 chip 1k GTD!  Just another bitcoin guaranteed by SwC.  This one usually beats it too, so if you like big field MTT action, this is what we have right now Smiley

In ~3.5 hrs:  The BIG BTC | 10 bitcoins guaranteed by SwC | Each and every Sunday since ~2011ish.  This is the biggest MTT we offer each week as of now. 

** NOTE **
SwC is working extremely hard behind the scenes.  I know you have heard me scream this before, but as SwC hype man you will hear it again.  We are about to drop a brilliant update in a few months.  It will fix many of the issues currently facing SwC and add many, many games & features.  Please continue to show your support to the oldest, largest, and most trusted bitcoin poker site - and we will continue to build it better.

GLGLGLGL today Smiley

Haven't you said that for the past year and a half? As far as I know there haven't been any changes yet besides the layout of the games since I starting playing almost two years ago.
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October 28, 2014, 09:12:35 PM
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IF I PROMISED YOU A HAT BUT LAZILY HAVEN'T SENT IT TO YOU PLEASE POST HERE OR PM ME

GETTING SERIOUSLY MOTIVATED TO SEND THESE TOMORROW

ALREADY HAVE INFO FOR:
-GOLDBACH
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IF YOU THINK YOU SHOULD BE ON THIS LIST HIT ME WITH AN ADDRESS / SORRY FOR LATENESS


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