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October 13, 2011, 09:17:13 PM
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Shocked Who dares to tarnish the good name of the Forever Game by attaching a fee. lol. Just so everyone knows, I haven't created that round, so don't expect any booby prizes from it as with the others.

Is somebody "copying" all the names of your rounds or are those last ones really yours?

Only one that's been copied is the forever game, no idea who created the other stupid rounds. I don't think I've ever seen another deposit made to a round from 1758d. Ah... if you mean has the dwarf bank been copied, then the Super-Dwarf Bank is mine. Seemed like the site was too quiet to make a small version so thought I may as well go for it with a bigger one. I'll reinvest a few times if it takes off and make sure the jackpot is nice, then see what happens. So come on people... get depositing, things are sooo boring lately.
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October 13, 2011, 09:30:02 PM
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Wow!! If I'd known that would get such quick results I'd have done it earlier and with all my rounds Cheesy.
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October 13, 2011, 09:32:54 PM
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Wow!! If I'd known that would get such quick results I'd have done it earlier and with all my rounds Cheesy.

Well, it seems that as soon as we know it's yours we all want to play.   Grin

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October 13, 2011, 09:37:30 PM
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Wow!! If I'd known that would get such quick results I'd have done it earlier and with all my rounds Cheesy.

Well, it seems that as soon as we know it's yours we all want to play.   Grin

lol, well in that case the Crap_2 round is mine too. Although that's more of an experiment. First one was successful, but as the name suggested, a bit crap! This one is intended to be slightly less crap, but we'll see.
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October 13, 2011, 09:42:09 PM
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wow.. this is mad. Wish the confirmations would come quicker, i can't reinvest!!  Shocked
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October 13, 2011, 09:44:30 PM
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lol, well in that case the Crap_2 round is mine too. Although that's more of an experiment. First one was successful, but as the name suggested, a bit crap! This one is intended to be slightly less crap, but we'll see.

Don't know... it looks too crapy!    Grin    You said you were a bit... mmmhhh... let say 'happy' when you created the first one, didn't you?   LOL

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October 13, 2011, 09:48:37 PM
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lol, well in that case the Crap_2 round is mine too. Although that's more of an experiment. First one was successful, but as the name suggested, a bit crap! This one is intended to be slightly less crap, but we'll see.

Don't know... it looks too crapy!    Grin    You said you were a bit... mmmhhh... let say 'happy' when you created the first one, didn't you?   LOL

lol, i was... but then it made a half decent profit, and (i think) paid everyone out. Maybe bar one, not sure. Anyway, it's designed to be v low risk obviously, but despite the low jackpot %, the fairly high minimum bet means a half decent jackpot should still arise, and I plan to (try to) keep it alive until then. We'll see anyway. Just can't believe my dwarf exploded!
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October 13, 2011, 10:52:35 PM
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 Undecided  Knew it was too good to last... attack?
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October 13, 2011, 10:56:21 PM
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Undecided  Knew it was too good to last... attack?

It seems so.  I hope he gets tired soon.  It's getting old.

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October 13, 2011, 11:03:57 PM
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Yep... the site is still somewhat functional, I'm trying to log into remote admin and its incredibly slow. I think they've switched from attacking bitcoind to a plain overload the server with requests attack. Going to see if I can block all IPs except my own and cloudflare's since all requests should go through them anyway.

I'm just glad this isn't the same botnet thats attacking the mining pools.. I'd have no chance against that.

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October 14, 2011, 03:40:26 AM
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Maybe I'm just taunting him now, but if your doing to attack a site, at least do it successfully. BitPonzi never went down for more than a minute or so, it was just really slow the whole time.

But really, whats the point? Stop acting like a little kid, if your have a complaint about the site, post it.

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October 14, 2011, 01:09:59 PM
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Wow!! If I'd known that would get such quick results I'd have done it earlier and with all my rounds Cheesy.

50 deposits and Jackpot: 4.485.  You can say it's being a success, yes.  Will it go over the 72 deposits of InfiniteBitponzi3 round?  Will any of them reach 100 deposits?

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October 15, 2011, 07:52:04 AM
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Super-Dwarf_Bank   101
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Guess they made it over 100... I see some new games started... is it Saturday already?!
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October 16, 2011, 09:17:57 AM
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The server isn't generating deposit addresses again.  Some rounds are going to finish soon and we can't keep playing.

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October 16, 2011, 04:02:16 PM
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The server isn't generating deposit addresses again.  Some rounds are going to finish soon and we can't keep playing.

Honestly ama, I cannot understand your mind.  You see these bugs and you don't think, "What is the alternative?"  I don't get it.

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October 16, 2011, 04:20:19 PM
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Honestly ama, I cannot understand your mind.  You see these bugs and you don't think, "What is the alternative?"  I don't get it.

You asked, both in public and PM, and I refrained to answer.  But OK, here we go again.  I rather stop playing than play on a site which makes its publicity by ridiculizing another one.  One, by the way, you seemed to enjoy and where you made a lot of coins using your, always in my opinion, of course, inaproppriate, greedy, nasty, and despicable methods of tricking people.

You got your site now, after I (because you asked me) said what I thought about your rounds.  Well, this is what I think about your site.  Please, stop sending me PM inviting me to join your site.  I won't.  Even if Bitponzi dissapeared, I rather don't play than play with you.  Stop asking me to join your site or offering me free rolls.  You are using more of the same dispicable, yes, dispicable behaviour.  It's giving me nausea.

Edit: I forgot to answer your last question.  My alternative is repporting bugs, suggesting improvements, and supporting the place I like and enjoy playing.  Answered?  Hope so!

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October 16, 2011, 05:44:19 PM
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Honestly ama, I cannot understand your mind.  You see these bugs and you don't think, "What is the alternative?"  I don't get it.

You asked, both in public and PM, and I refrained to answer.  But OK, here we go again.  I rather stop playing than play on a site which makes its publicity by ridiculizing another one.  One, by the way, you seemed to enjoy and where you made a lot of coins using your, always in my opinion, of course, inaproppriate, greedy, nasty, and despicable methods of tricking people.

You got your site now, after I (because you asked me) said what I thought about your rounds.  Well, this is what I think about your site.  Please, stop sending me PM inviting me to join your site.  I won't.  Even if Bitponzi dissapeared, I rather don't play than play with you.  Stop asking me to join your site or offering me free rolls.  You are using more of the same dispicable, yes, dispicable behaviour.  It's giving me nausea.

Edit: I forgot to answer your last question.  My alternative is repporting bugs, suggesting improvements, and supporting the place I like and enjoy playing.  Answered?  Hope so!

I don't "make my publicity by ridiculizing [sic]" bitponzi.  I'm offering an impartial comparison: My site has more features, less fees, etc.  I did enjoy Bitponzi a lot but unfortunately mb300sd (a person whom I respect) didn't have the time to maintain it, so I decided to branch off and create my site with the features I wanted.  I don't want to KILL bitponzi, I want to improve it.  I offered my services to mb300sd first, of course, but he refused because he didn't want to open source the site.  You want me to report bugs?  I fixed them already!  Suggest improvements that will never be implemented?  I don't get that either because I MADE the improvements already, but OK.  Whatever floats your boat, man.
Personally, I think "despicable" is when you attack the guy who made suggestions, reported bugs, tried to improve the game and when mb300sd didn't have the time to do it, assumed the responsibility (!!) and offered you (and other people) free money.  Additionally, despite your (despicable!!!! Roll Eyes ) personal attacks, I have never treated you impolitely.  I even made a feature that pays out more people and reduces everyone's risk, which you should respect. 
Lastly, I want to ask you: Do you think it is wrong to bot, i.e. putting deposits in after other people's deposits automatically?  Because my site does not have an API but Bitponzi has a working one... did you notice that?


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October 16, 2011, 05:57:51 PM
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Why don't you publisize your site on its thread and stop botrhering other people with things they aren't interested in?  We know you have a wonderful site, go enjoy it.

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October 16, 2011, 06:02:43 PM
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My site has more features, less fees, etc.

Why don't you publisize your site on its thread and stop botrhering other people with things they aren't interested in?  We know you have a wonderful site, go enjoy it.

Mainly because my wonderful site needs traffic to be wonderful!
Also I'm just wondering why people aren't interested in moving to better sites.  But that's just me, apparently some people have sentimental attachments to other sites.

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October 16, 2011, 09:59:49 PM
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As you've all probably noticed, the site is extremely slow, I'm having trouble accessing the server at all. I'm not exactly sure whats going on but I think it might be another attack. We'll see whenever I can actually get in. The VPS usually bottlenecks at the CPU level rather than bandwidth.

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