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November 19, 2021, 07:13:27 AM


 Roll Eyes.  Roll Eyes.   Roll Eyes is legit. If you really want to get evidence, you should be ready to "put your money where your mouth is"

. Just google probably fair algorithms. there are many sites that vet online casino. Select one and pay to check if is legit in their probably fair games.

A good website has already explained how to verify a probably fair game

Please visit.

 also on bitcointalk.

Don't use evidence as excuse anymore. Post your finding here with proof and we'll listen. As for me, is fair in all their games.

That wasn't what you originally said. You said
Yeah, I see where the confusion came from; Loyce was talking about pangolier88's complaint; which consisted on the server seed changing rather than skipping rolls:

Would it be possible to adjust it in such a way the user can prove when server seeds get changed, so that he could still verify "missed" rolls? That would clear cases like pangolier88's.

I quoted the whole sentence and well, it did look like I was talking about something else.

I think it's just a personal preference thing. Some people prefer one system over the other. In the 4 years I've been doing this I've only had 3 people from memory requesting we change it. I would guess if we did I might get 3 people over the next 4 years asking us to change it back. It's also a very big change. It would mean rewriting the whole thing from the ground up.

I guess we could never know; unless someone comes with some clear data/evidence that a system is better than the other one. I also suppose it'd be too much work to allow both systems to work at users' choice, so there's that too
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