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April 12, 2012, 05:09:38 AM
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I'm not sure if there is anything that prevents them from sharing the secret. They could be playing themselves or sharing the secret. (I'm not saying they are but it doesn't appear to be as cheat proof as it appears at first glance)
There site says: "We don't release them right away, since they could be used to submit selective transactions and win bets unfairly." They know the secret and that in itself is a risk. Even if it is a small one.

Unfortunately fireduck does not seem interested in discussing this at this time, so it shall remain in pending until people are satisfied the game is fair.

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So my answer is that yes I could share the secret. That would be analogous to me giving away my bitcoins. I could certainly do that, but if I were inclined to do so I could simply give them away without the added complication.

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April 12, 2012, 11:22:55 AM
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A year ago this month a forum member named doood started a thread for his gambling site bitcointoss. Within a month he changed his forum nickname and also posted that he was no longer supporting the site

Bitcoin Toss - Flip a coin and win double your entry!

"As of now, I am no longer supporting this site"

After the first post below the next three post contain quotes from his original nickname "doood"






A year later bitcointoss and other sites of concern are consuming coins from trusting players. Those that lose may send more coins and try again and those that win wait for there coins to be sent back, but soon find that none are being sent, and then they find many other player with the same story

Attempts have been made to question wat is going on but with little contact information being provided if any on the sites there are very few details to assist in getting any answers.

Still dispensing addresses to anyone that request and still consuming coins from trusting bitcoin patrons

doood aka Alex Beckenham aka STIFF has yet to respond











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The post above shows dooods quotes now showing as "Alex Beckenham" after changing it that day or the day before. Then he states  he is no longer supporting the site. The post below he made two months later and that account hasn't been active since. His sites however are still running and been getting free adverting and support from the forum all year long







Sites like these are not offering enough details or contact information to even consider risking coins. They are stiffing people that are winning coins. How can they be trusted to run a fair game. Have to watch out for -EV prior to ever even gambling.


I'm not quite sure what kind of criteria you are using. Your choices are possible scam or mathematically proven?

For example http://betcoin.eu has been around a while. I imagine maybe the operator got bored and just let it run on it's own. Who knows, maybe he'll be back in this forum again (I think it's been a while since he signed on). But is it a possible scam? It's possible. Likely? Who knows. I guess that get's at my question about the criteria. I know exactly how to make a program that works exactly like http://betcoin.eu but can give fake payouts to me every so often. That doesn't make http://betcoin.eu a scam though. But proven?

i think the same about bitcointoss... sure there's no admin around but i've been paid the two the small bets i've won. seems harsh if there's just some error on the site to call it a scam if the admin's away.


How many more coins must be scammed by this stiff? Let him come speak for himself. As I don't see this happening any post of doood tagged "Alex Beckenham" need to be and should of already been deleted. Every coin that these stiff sites scam players out of are coins that legit sites will never see.
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April 12, 2012, 03:24:34 PM
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I think all that should be posted in its own thread also. Good work.

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April 13, 2012, 01:48:58 AM
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A year ago this month a forum member named doood started a thread for his gambling site bitcointoss. Within a month he changed his forum nickname and also posted that he was no longer supporting the site

wow great work man, Ive bet on bit riches but never won. Good to know it is a scam so I wont waste anymore time on it.
Im at work right now, but will try to update the listing during my lunch break.

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April 13, 2012, 03:46:11 AM
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added http://www.btc-play.com/ and http://bitcashlotto.com/

List is getting to a nice size now, and no dead sites or scam sites Cheesy

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April 13, 2012, 07:14:51 AM
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updated kamikaze listing, new min bet of 0.001  Grin thank you awesome admin  Kiss Kiss Kiss

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April 13, 2012, 11:05:21 AM
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Seals is very newbie friendly. Freerolls (prize awarded but no charge to play) every hour on the hour and cheap tournament runs on every half hour usually with 10-20 players.

Today at 4pm ET is a 100BTC guaranteed prize pool tournament too btw.


Also the Weds DonkDown free roll, will that be a regular thing now?
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April 13, 2012, 05:43:30 PM
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Thanks for add my Webside ....

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April 13, 2012, 07:26:59 PM
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Seals is very newbie friendly. Freerolls (prize awarded but no charge to play) every hour on the hour and cheap tournament runs on every half hour usually with 10-20 players.

Today at 4pm ET is a 100BTC guaranteed prize pool tournament too btw.


Also the Weds DonkDown free roll, will that be a regular thing now?

No promise, but no plan to change.

The 60BTC guarantee on Sunday at 6pm ET will hopefully be a regular thing too. 2BTC to enter.

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April 14, 2012, 03:32:53 AM
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Seals is very newbie friendly. Freerolls (prize awarded but no charge to play) every hour on the hour and cheap tournament runs on every half hour usually with 10-20 players.

Today at 4pm ET is a 100BTC guaranteed prize pool tournament too btw.


Also the Weds DonkDown free roll, will that be a regular thing now?

No promise, but no plan to change.

The 60BTC guarantee on Sunday at 6pm ET will hopefully be a regular thing too. 2BTC to enter.

Digging all the new opportunities to build a bank Cheesy Might be able to get in that one if rake comes before tourny.
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April 14, 2012, 03:53:12 AM
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Seals is very newbie friendly. Freerolls (prize awarded but no charge to play) every hour on the hour and cheap tournament runs on every half hour usually with 10-20 players.

Today at 4pm ET is a 100BTC guaranteed prize pool tournament too btw.


Also the Weds DonkDown free roll, will that be a regular thing now?

No promise, but no plan to change.

The 60BTC guarantee on Sunday at 6pm ET will hopefully be a regular thing too. 2BTC to enter.

Digging all the new opportunities to build a bank Cheesy Might be able to get in that one if rake comes before tourny.

No, rakeback period ends after the tourney, midnight ET Sunday. It comes by Wednesday, but in reality often early Monday.

But there are new 4 person 'Satellites' to the Sunday 60BTC. If you win you get the 2BTC entry, but you don't have to use it for that.

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April 14, 2012, 02:34:05 PM
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Moreover, we have lots of happy players around the forums who you can ask about our service.

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StrikeSapphire is just an overall feelgood(tm) place. As to noob friendly (I'd have to start a separate thread for Sapphire praising) they're indeed. It's a proper site with all the info in the right place and a good user interface.

It's where I finally learned to play craps, actually Wink
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April 14, 2012, 08:50:24 PM
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BTCLot.com

https://btclot.com/btc/

Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=46481.0

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April 15, 2012, 04:24:28 AM
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added.

Also a very large reformatting of the list - now listing games.
Sites that have both casino and card games are under both casino and cards lists.

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April 15, 2012, 07:58:39 AM
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lots of sites added, Im slowly working my way through them and giving them all a quick test.

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April 15, 2012, 05:36:38 PM
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thank you for adding bc casino to your exclusive bitcoin gambling list!

great idea and surely helpful to players to get a global overview of the bitcoin gambling world.

keep on the great work and maybe extend the criteria list with more player relevant information i.e bonus amount given, US players accepted, instant automated deposit and cashout...

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April 16, 2012, 05:43:32 AM
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thank you for adding bc casino to your exclusive bitcoin gambling list!

great idea and surely helpful to players to get a global overview of the bitcoin gambling world.

keep on the great work and maybe extend the criteria list with more player relevant information i.e bonus amount given, US players accepted, instant automated deposit and cashout...

Thanks, more criteria and granular data coming soon.

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April 16, 2012, 05:44:21 AM
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Your listing for strikesapphire only lists 'poker', but they offer a lot of games:

blackjack
poker (hold'em, mississippi seven, omaha, seven card stud)
3-card poker
sapphire rummy
4 kinds of slots
3 kinds of video poker
keno
roulette
craps
chipwars (a board game like 'risk')

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April 16, 2012, 06:15:45 AM
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added max bet field (to be populated).

Split cards category into:
Poker, BlackJack, Video Poker.

bit of list tidying, now back to being sick and feeling sorry for myself.  Cry

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April 16, 2012, 11:02:29 AM
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Your listing for strikesapphire only lists 'poker', but they offer a lot of games:

blackjack
poker (hold'em, mississippi seven, omaha, seven card stud)
3-card poker
sapphire rummy
4 kinds of slots
3 kinds of video poker
keno
roulette
craps
chipwars (a board game like 'risk')

thanks, adding now Smiley

I didnt realize chipwars is like risk, I looooove risk - going to have a go tomorrow night Smiley

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