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May 06, 2011, 07:33:48 AM
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True, bitcoind crashed again.

What version are you running, Dr K?

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May 06, 2011, 08:10:36 AM
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0.3.21

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May 06, 2011, 08:17:38 AM
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(However the play ends up being you really need to someone analyze it to make sure that you have a house advantage.)

I've never analyzed my rules, I'm just using the ones I know from some casinos and assume that these rules have indeed a small house advantage (and assume that the casinos I go to don't cheat Wink

Edit: I just looked it up http://wizardofodds.com/blackjack/strategy/european.html and it indeed does look like a legit type of blackjack. You might want to specify that this is European/UK blackjack vs American style. That would be frustrating as all hell for me to be in a casino and pull out a 6 card 21, on a split, or even double after a split, and the dealer pull a blackjack to beat all of it, I'd rather lose to a blackjack up front.  

If you really want a mind twister, go look up Spanish 21 rules, that's big where I'm at. All (number only) 10 cards are taken out of the deck, player gets paid immediately upon getting 21, even if the dealer ends up having blackjack. You are allowed to double down more than once, but you have to double the amount on the table ... if you bet 5 and double, you can double again for 10 more for the next card.
Woah there's really a ton of nuances in these rules. I've made this site quite modular so it would be really possible for me to offer some kinds of rules to chose from! I guess I'll add a poll here soon to find out whats the most interesting feature (different rules, splitting, multitable/multiplayer)

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May 06, 2011, 04:45:29 PM
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SPECIAL DEAL:
Tomorrow (in approx. 24 hours) I will put some extra Bitcoins as a bonus to some user's accounts:
  • 1.41BTC to the person who won the most money
  • 2.71BTC to the person who played for the most (total money bet)
  • 3.14BTC to the person who lost the most money

Have fun Cheesy
Whoops, I feel ashamed for being the one receiving 3.14 BTC Embarrassed

So what do I do now? Withdraw the funds to cover up my loss, or keep playing? Well … since I love Blackjack … Grin

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May 06, 2011, 07:27:22 PM
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Play BlackJack with Bitcoins!

SPECIAL DEAL:
Tomorrow (in approx. 24 hours) I will put some extra Bitcoins as a bonus to some user's accounts:
  • 1.41BTC to the person who won the most money
  • 2.71BTC to the person who played for the most (total money bet)
  • 3.14BTC to the person who lost the most money

Have fun, and please leave your feedback here! Thanks Smiley

I got the Played For The Most Money Bonus (even though I lost it all, lol) =) I didn't even know the European Blackjack style existed until now. Now if only he would program it so I could count cards. lol

Thanks DrKenobi

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May 06, 2011, 07:41:40 PM
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I got root(2) for winning the most!

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May 06, 2011, 07:54:41 PM
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I noticed while playing that when I bet .05 and won with blackjack that I was only awarded .12 instead of .125 ... I didn't check my wallet but it looks like the wallet only uses 2 decimal places. Any way to have the wallet use 3 decimal places for play purposes but only cash out 2 decimal places? Or else let people know they need to bet in even increments to get their full payout.

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May 06, 2011, 08:10:28 PM
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I noticed while playing that when I bet .05 and won with blackjack that I was only awarded .12 instead of .125 ... I didn't check my wallet but it looks like the wallet only uses 2 decimal places. Any way to have the wallet use 3 decimal places for play purposes but only cash out 2 decimal places? Or else let people know they need to bet in even increments to get their full payout.

someone told me earlier the latest version shows more, but i dunno if he was screwing with me..i havent checked yet.
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May 06, 2011, 08:11:19 PM
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Do you ever plan to show a counter so lazy people like me don't have to add?
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May 06, 2011, 08:44:58 PM
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I noticed while playing that when I bet .05 and won with blackjack that I was only awarded .12 instead of .125 ... I didn't check my wallet but it looks like the wallet only uses 2 decimal places. Any way to have the wallet use 3 decimal places for play purposes but only cash out 2 decimal places? Or else let people know they need to bet in even increments to get their full payout.

someone told me earlier the latest version shows more, but i dunno if he was screwing with me..i havent checked yet.

Not yet apparently.

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May 06, 2011, 09:03:09 PM
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Site seems to be down.
I just signed up for a new account and now I get the following error:

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SQL ERROR - sorry

Edit: Refreshing the play page is very slow. It takes about 1 minute and then I get either the SQL ERROR page or the play page with a blank bitcoin deposit address.
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May 06, 2011, 09:11:07 PM
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I noticed while playing that when I bet .05 and won with blackjack that I was only awarded .12 instead of .125 ... I didn't check my wallet but it looks like the wallet only uses 2 decimal places. Any way to have the wallet use 3 decimal places for play purposes but only cash out 2 decimal places? Or else let people know they need to bet in even increments to get their full payout.

someone told me earlier the latest version shows more, but i dunno if he was screwing with me..i havent checked yet.

Not yet apparently.
Just checked the client on testnet, you can now receive 1 satoshi  Grin
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May 06, 2011, 09:20:00 PM
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Site seems to be down.
I just signed up for a new account and now I get the following error:

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SQL ERROR - sorry

Edit: Refreshing the play page is very slow. It takes about 1 minute and then I get either the SQL ERROR page or the play page with a blank bitcoin deposit address.

Ok, site is working now. I finally got an address to deposit some bitcoins.
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May 06, 2011, 10:40:51 PM
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How long does it take for funds to be credited to my account?
I sent a payment to the address it gave me over an hour ago and still nothing in my account!  Huh
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May 07, 2011, 12:08:57 AM
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How long does it take for funds to be credited to my account?
I sent a payment to the address it gave me over an hour ago and still nothing in my account!  Huh

Look for how many confirmations you have on the transaction. I think it needs at least 5 before funds are deposited.

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May 07, 2011, 12:59:29 AM
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Just my two cents - it's great, but no five card charlie. Everything else has worked fine so far though!


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May 07, 2011, 01:08:30 AM
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How long does it take for funds to be credited to my account?
I sent a payment to the address it gave me over an hour ago and still nothing in my account!  Huh

Look for how many confirmations you have on the transaction. I think it needs at least 5 before funds are deposited.
I don't know how many confirmations it has. I sent the payment from a mybitcoin account.
3 hours and 45 minutes and still nothing!! Sad
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May 07, 2011, 02:13:22 AM
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I sent another small payment, this time from the bitcoin client on my computer with a 0.01 fee.
This payment got credited to my account within about 5 minutes (after 1 confirmation).

According to bitcoincharts.com, the first payment sent from mybitcoin.com is still stuck in unconfirmed status.
Is there an option to add a transaction fee when using a mybitcoin account?
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May 07, 2011, 05:33:00 AM
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Well, the mybitcoin payment finally made it! It took over 6 hours!

I have played about 20 hands, betting the minimum 0.02 BTC and am up by 0.04 BTC.
Not to bad considering I have never played blackjack before and am still learning the game. Grin
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May 07, 2011, 05:45:25 AM
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I have .02 BTC stuck with 0 confirmations for about 6 hrs now on the way. maybe i shouldve sent more Huh

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