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May 06, 2011, 07:55:44 AM
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I just played 3 practice games all which scored above 30,000, so I thought "okay, time to put in another paid entry".

So I payed 0.5 and got 22000 something Sad

So I payed another 0.5 and got 26000 something Sad

So I payed another 0.5 and got 24000 something Sad

I then thought "this is crap, I can't play under pressure" but decided to pay for one more.

So I payed another 0.5 and finally got the dream run I was hoping for... 35680 Smiley


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May 06, 2011, 12:32:22 PM
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Over 1200 practice games played, lol.
As for the questions..
The bottom area listing highscores is not automatically updated..I'm placing the new values in now.
As for the deadline.
The server will be shutting off @ 11:59PM EST tonight. So roughly 13 hours from now.
You do not need to have the confirmations in by then, just the score submitted.
I'll send out the winnings shortly after midnight, once all the transactions in the wallet are confirmed and all the scores are confirmed.

On a side note..something thats not mentioned on the FAQ page...
If I discover any tom-foolery or wanna-be hacks in the scores, I'll be refunding the entire balance of the wallet in .5 blocks (so if you paid to play 4 times you will get 4 transactions of .5btc when everything's paid out). I've taken precautions against this..but just-in-case.
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May 06, 2011, 12:48:59 PM
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Holy crap! How is that even possible?!

Maybe later you can construct a video replay of that game using the incoming data that you said you recorded! That would be very cool to watch.

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May 06, 2011, 12:58:59 PM
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Holy crap! How is that even possible?!

Maybe later you can construct a video replay of that game using the incoming data that you said you recorded! That would be very cool to watch.


It's definitely possible to score that hi.
Technically the highest score possible (perfect game) is 71760.
I say technically because you have a better chance at winning the lottery than getting the blocks needed to pull that score off.
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May 06, 2011, 01:38:06 PM
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Unfortunately, I was able to accomplish a ridiculous score (99630), which isnt humanly possible by some memory shifting/hacking.
I'm going to run on the assumption that if I can do it..anyone can.
That being said, I closed the server and will be issuing refunds for everyone who paid to play.
If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me a PM or email.

Was definitely a fun, learning experience.
Refunds will be going out within an hour.
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