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May 01, 2011, 11:12:57 PM
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Anybody know of web-site offering BlackJack tables using bitcoin?

If there isn't one, it seems like a good opportunity imo ...

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July 11, 2011, 11:12:25 AM
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Hello,
I have just opened a new Blackjack Bitcoin-based site.

Deposits and withdrawals are automatic Smiley .

BitCoinJack.com

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August 05, 2011, 12:40:41 PM
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Hey guys, just an FYI, I have launched a new bitcoin blackjack site:

http://bitjack21.com

It's an online, animated, bitcoin blackjack game done entirely in HTML5.  It's plays beautifully in all browsers including mobile.  It uses standard casino rules:

* Dealer stands on all 17's
* Blackjack pays 3:2 (up to eight BTC decimal places!!! So if you bet 0.03 BTC you get paid 0.045 BTC!)
* Double on any 2 cards
* Split to up to 3 hands
* Double after split (except aces)
* If aces are split, you get 1 card per hand.
* 1 "chip" is currently worth 0.01 BTC
* Minimum bet is 0.01 BTC (1 chip)
* Maximum bet will be increased later and is currently 0.25 BTC (25 chips).
* 8 decks are shuffled before every hand.

The "house edge" with this ruleset is razor thin, less than 0.5%, enjoy

I plan on adding roulette soon.

Thanks.

If you have any comments or suggestions please post them here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33766.0

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August 05, 2011, 05:42:59 PM
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shouldn't the dealer hit on soft 17's?
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August 06, 2011, 01:32:40 AM
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shouldn't the dealer hit on soft 17's?

that is weird....
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August 06, 2011, 09:20:32 AM
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I have just opened a new Blackjack Bitcoin-based site.

Deposits and withdrawals are automatic Smiley .



there is nothing at your site
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August 19, 2011, 09:00:15 PM
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that site is attempting to load a gzipped archive loaded with a virus and run a javascript redirector.  Time to ban this asshole.
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August 19, 2011, 10:34:06 PM
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that site is attempting to load a gzipped archive loaded with a virus and run a javascript redirector.  Time to ban this asshole.

whos site are you talking about?

bitcoinjack vanished.

bitjack21 is ok except for the no hit on soft 17 rule.

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August 20, 2011, 01:22:15 AM
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StrikeSapphire has fully functioning blackjack.

If you decide to sign up, i would be forever thankful if you used my referral url.

note: US players are banned from playing @ StrikeSapphire.
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August 20, 2011, 02:44:27 AM
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that site is attempting to load a gzipped archive loaded with a virus and run a javascript redirector.  Time to ban this asshole.

whos site are you talking about?

I'd like to know this too before I click on either of the links.

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August 20, 2011, 05:55:14 AM
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Okay, my post was definitely a little rushed and stupidly imprecise  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy I'm talking about www. bitcoinjack. com and btw it doesn't load without the www because they forgot to add an A record for that Tongue DO NOT GO THERE THOUGH or, if you have Avast or any decent AV, it will say it found a virus.

Avast says this particular virus has history stats of:
Blocked infected sites: 29,715,792
Infected domains: 2,362

It's a gzipped javascript library file that it's attempting to load which contains code that redirects you, likely to a malware infected site or potentially just some annoying advertising crap.  The filename is called "hotkeysparking.com.js" but isn't actually a JS file according to the scanner.  It's apparently a gzipped JS file without the proper extension.  That or some new javascript thing includes compression options.  I dunno.  It's being hosted right from namecheap.hotkeysparking.com with their name on the file so this might not be your typical rogue AV trojan ad hack that I see all the time.  Those are usually randomly named but who knows what it can do to avoid scanners.

This doesn't appear to necessarily have been done by that user on purpose. I think they just violated their host's rules on no gambling sites and then they pulled the plug on them and parked their domain.  The crappy host's crappy parking adpage either got hacked or they host that sketchy redirector themselves.  Either way, don't know, don't care, don't click on it
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August 20, 2011, 06:36:57 AM
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I'm talking about www. bitcoinjack. com and btw it doesn't load without the www because they forgot to add an A record for that Tongue DO NOT GO THERE THOUGH or, if you have Avast or any decent AV, it will say it found a virus.

Seems a waste of a fairly good domain name.

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August 20, 2011, 07:14:07 AM
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That's why you don't get on some super strict host Tongue Some companies check up on new customers like a week or two after their sites are in place and if they find (typically) adult material, hate material, offensive stuff, gambling, and in some cases various levels of ecommerce and business taking place.  So they see a blackjack site and toss it if they're an American host cuz most won't even touch that.  Shadier European ones will and certain Asian and Russian ones purposely don't care about the content and charge accordingly Tongue
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August 21, 2011, 05:34:26 PM
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btw your sig inspired me to run a test on btcflip:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=38532
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August 23, 2011, 12:50:03 AM
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http://bitjack21.com  - The site uses an honesty algorithm that is PROVABLY fair.  You dont have to take my word for it, you can PROVE it:
http://bitjack21.com/cryptoproof

I'm also selling the site (entire site, or just source code):

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=38740.0

Why you might ask?  I don't have the time to further develop it, and operating the site is somewhat of a legal gray area depending on where you live and choose to host it.
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August 23, 2011, 12:55:32 AM
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that site is attempting to load a gzipped archive loaded with a virus and run a javascript redirector.  Time to ban this asshole.

whos site are you talking about?

bitcoinjack vanished.

bitjack21 is ok except for the no hit on soft 17 rule.

Buddy, the rule where dealer must hit a soft 17 favors the HOUSE.  It gives the house an extra 0.22% edge.  This would effective mean that on bitjack21.com, where the house edge is currently about 0.4%, it would go up to 0.66%...  This rule is BAD for the player and GOOD for the house.
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August 24, 2011, 05:53:39 PM
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Buddy, the rule where dealer must hit a soft 17 favors the HOUSE.  It gives the house an extra 0.22% edge.  This would effective mean that on bitjack21.com, where the house edge is currently about 0.4%, it would go up to 0.66%...  This rule is BAD for the player and GOOD for the house.

Agreed.  You DON'T want the dealer making a hand of 19-20-21.  Make him STAY with the 17.

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August 25, 2011, 01:04:46 AM
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that site is attempting to load a gzipped archive loaded with a virus and run a javascript redirector.  Time to ban this asshole.

whos site are you talking about?

bitcoinjack vanished.

bitjack21 is ok except for the no hit on soft 17 rule.

Buddy, the rule where dealer must hit a soft 17 favors the HOUSE.  It gives the house an extra 0.22% edge.  This would effective mean that on bitjack21.com, where the house edge is currently about 0.4%, it would go up to 0.66%...  This rule is BAD for the player and GOOD for the house.

yeah, I know it's a dealer advantage Tongue I was just saying, I've never seen a game or casino where they don't hit on soft 17.  Although sites like bodog and stuff have such a high volume with no dealer employment fees that they typically have the most generous pay tables and options possible.
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