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Author Topic: ★★★ MEMs LIST of GAMBLING SITES ★★★  (Read 121084 times)
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May 13, 2013, 03:28:53 AM
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    [lil]chaingames - Complete list of BTC Chain games, maintained by forum member Yurkov[/li]
       [li]Complete list of Bitcoin Gambling Sites[/li]
       [li]http://makebitcoinsfast.com/ - Maintained by a forum member (not only gambling)[/li]
       [li]bitcoingamelist - Maintained by Nyhm (not only gambling)[/li]
    [/list]


    lol you messed up the list commands here as you can see

    whoops, fixed.

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    May 13, 2013, 03:30:53 AM
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    It's clear that mem has little integrity, and not much in the way of intelligence either.  He's a liar and a shill.  He's not competent enough, nor intectually honest enough, to serve as some kind of "watchdog".
    I would say that goes a little too far, but yes, i am annoyed about mem consequently rejecting satoshi poker on the gambling list.

    Can you provide a quote where I rejected you ?
    Or do you just enjoy lying when you don get your way instantly.

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    May 13, 2013, 03:45:49 AM
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    Maybe its time for somebody a little older than twelve to start a list a little more respectable than this thing. What can possibly go wrong?
    Hehe, you can read my mind. Please don't visit our poker tables  Grin

    Its fine, Im listing you as a liar under the scam section.

    Pretty impressive that you are already lying while your site is still in BETA, I can only imagine how it will continue.

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    May 13, 2013, 03:46:37 AM
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    Sure thing, please be patient.

    Top of my list:

    PLAYTIN - opps, another I forgot Smiley.

    http://blockend.net/ - Site operator has been in contact and very receptive to feedback.

    http://betoneurovision.com - not sure how this can be vetted without the some kind of escrow.

    http://www.casinobit.net/ - love the idea, just need to cash up my bitcoin-qt wallet with some funds and test Smiley

    satoshicircle - reviewing javascript and working with operator to make it easier for others to verify results.

    Any chance you could review our casino SatoshiBet.com ? Thanks in advance!

    I would like to propose adding: Bitcoinslots.co to the list as well.

    Site: http://www.Bitcoinslots.co/?bct
    Game Type: Casino Slots
    • Progressive Jackpot Pool - We add to the pool to increase the bonus. Increase your chances of winning by donating more of your winnings from every spin
    • Small minimum bet
    • Proof of hash on every spin. You pick when to stop the wheel.
    • Withdraw after 2 confirmations

    Thank you

    Bottom of my List:

    satoshipoker - operator is a liar.

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    May 13, 2013, 04:33:13 AM
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    BitcoinTerror appears down.

    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89504.0
    No response in over a year even with someone asking and the domain is inaccessible.

    Thanks, list updated.
    Now we need an alternative to appear, it sounded like a fun concept but never had a chance to play it  Cry


    Sure thing, please be patient.

    Top of my list:

    http://blockend.net/ - Site operator has been in contact and very receptive to feedback.
    ~trimmed~

    Nice, top 'o the list Cheesy
    Additionally round 4 is almost over only 61 blocks remain (235939 currently)

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    May 13, 2013, 04:33:48 AM
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    BitcoinTerror appears down.

    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89504.0
    No response in over a year even with someone asking and the domain is inaccessible.

    Thanks, list updated.
    Now we need an alternative to appear, it sounded like a fun concept but never had a chance to play it  Cry


    Sure thing, please be patient.

    Top of my list:

    http://blockend.net/ - Site operator has been in contact and very receptive to feedback.
    ~trimmed~

    Nice, top 'o the list Cheesy
    Additionally round 4 is almost over only 61 blocks remain (235939 currently)

    shit really, Id better make my bet now !

    Bet made, can you tell me what the min and max bets are ?

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    May 13, 2013, 04:53:18 AM
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    shit really, Id better make my bet now !

    Bet made, can you tell me what the min and max bets are ?

    There are none for either.

    Since the prize comes purely from the entries it is simply the entries being paid back out to the winner.
    No BTC are put in by the service itself so winnings can never exceed the current balance of the account resulting in being unable to pay back rewards.

    One thing to note is that the transaction fee to send out the winnings is deducted from the balance prior to distribution.


    A couple things yet to be decided, perhaps you could assist?

    In the odd event that the prize cannot cover the transaction fee I have 2 possibilities under consideration...
    1) I front the fee and distribute a minuscule amount of coins to the winners.
    2) The entries simply roll over to the next round until the prize pool is large enough

    The next thing I have to narrow down is what transaction fee should I put on the prize distribution.

    Clarification as to my use of the term "transaction fee" when distributing winnings: that is the bitcoin network fee to the miners not a fee that BlockEnd gets to keep.


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    May 13, 2013, 04:58:55 AM
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    It would be my preference to see the entries rolled over to the next round, If you did roll over perhaps put an asterisk next to the entrants  that have been rolled over ?

    For tx fee I suggest using the default 0.0005 BTC fee.

    I do have 1 small concern, say you get several big bets of 1 btc each.
    Then a clever player decides to make 100 bets at 0.0001 each.

    The clever player would have a far greater chance of collecting the price at a reduced cost.

    edit: after re-reading your FAQ it seems there are only 16 possible results 0-F so I guess the example I gave above is unlikely to be profitable often which such a small result range.

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    It would be my preference to see the entries rolled over to the next round, If you did roll over perhaps put an asterisk next to the entrants  that have been rolled over ?

    For tx fee I suggest using the default 0.0005 BTC fee.

    I do have 1 small concern, say you get several big bets of 1 btc each.
    Then a clever player decides to make 100 bets at 0.0001 each.

    The clever player would have a far greater chance of collecting the price at a reduced cost.

    edit: after re-reading your FAQ it seems there are only 16 possible results 0-F so I guess the example I gave above is unlikely to be profitable often which such a small result range.
    Alright, rolling over insignificant entries was what I was leaning towards so I'll go with that. A note distinguishing rollovers is a good idea as well, will do.


    As for your clever player in addition to that the player making a bet at 0.0001 is likely still paying a tx fee, and when that is paid 100 times there is quite a lot of overhead to the method since the fee is 5 times their entry.


    Realistically though I believe you are better off making multiple moderately sized entries than one large dump or too small of an entry either.

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    May 13, 2013, 08:39:52 AM
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    ignoring one month is same as rejection. good luck with your warfare.

    BitcoinFlush has stood by his lies with the above justification.

    Note to new and upcoming casinos, I have an email address and I do this purely as a free service to warn new comers to bitcoin against scam sites and dodgy characters.

    BitcoinFlush is a confirmed liar by his own admission. If you cant wait for me to get to you in good order and as a result you start spreading lies about my service then I will quote your lies and record you and your site under the scam section as MISLEADING.

    Honestly Im blown away by the pettiness of this person, anyway - there are plenty of bad eggs in the bitcoin casino business.

    I cop a lot of flack for sticking to my morales and calling out the utter bullshit that often goes on eg:

    * Pirate obvious ponzi
    * MnW's BFL Bet
    * BFL's Delivery "schedule"
    * MPEx (and by defense of their postings SDICE) Racism/ Gross Racial Insensitivity.
    * Investigating provably fair claims

    So go on new casinos, make up lies about the one person on this forum that has never scammed or lied for profit it really helps your cause.
    Go ahead and call me ignorant/etc because I will not tolerate or endure (via my list) a foul mouth racist.

    I shall still be here years to come, updating my list and endorsing casinos that I feel meet my minimum level of:
    * Credibility - by way of provably fair or x amount of time spent in operation without.
    * Character - BitcoinFlush for example is of poor character. To throw a literal e-tantrum and spread lies because he wasnt listed quick enough is amazingly childish.
    * Decency - TL;DR - No Racism, Exploitation, Sexism, Persecution of X group. Casino's should strive to be A-Political, less you wish to alienate potential clients.

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    May 13, 2013, 09:38:13 AM
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    Only the fact that you keep removing our replies out of your thread says enough...




    You have something to hide, my friend?

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    May 13, 2013, 12:01:59 PM
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    Update on my gambling venture: Since last summer (or possibly in 2011,I can't fully recall) I've had to make a difficult choice of shutting down my entire gambling venture due to a lack of interest and unworkable requirements (for me as I don't understand SHA or any of that stuff) placed on me.I thought that it's fair to just close it down and move on with my life as a filmmaker who wants to get in the TV industry.I only say this to keep you updated mem.

    Lesson is leave gambling in BTC to people who have time to burn with all this crypto stuff.Time is a luxury I simply can't afford now.

    It was nice meeting some interesting people during the time my gambling venture was open (Dream Islands Games and the lotteries).The website and all threads should be closed (or locked by now).Mem should also remove all references of my gambling threads to do with Dream Islands games and it's website as they're not used anymore.

    I have also restarted the lottery on my Bitmit page as it gives people escrow (addresses concerns about reliability of games).For those who are interested in this simplified venture,look for Film2240 for listing and search the lotteries I run.Thanks for making my time on here interesting guys Smiley

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    May 13, 2013, 12:05:21 PM
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    You have something to hide, my friend?

    Nothing, my antagonism started when you lied, summed up here:
    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203763.msg2129668#msg2129668

    perhaps you genuinely assumed I was just giving you the cold shoulder or rejecting your site, if that is the case I apologize to you and to all new bitcoin casino operators who have felt spurned this way, it was not my attention.

    Between work, helping the missus start her new business (soon to be supporting bitcoins and no not a casino !) and the numerous other things in my life right now my time for sitting around and gambling on bitcoin sites has and with great regret drastically reduced. Hell I hadnt logged onto seals for a good game in over a month where I used to be a weekly player.

    Its a shame we couldn't patch things up, I have to admit when you decided to commit to your lie and ignore the blatant truth it really pissed me off.
    Anyway good luck to you, I hope our dealings it not a sign of how you will handle client issues.

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    May 13, 2013, 12:06:36 PM
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    Update on my gambling venture: Since last summer (or possibly in 2011,I can't fully recall) I've had to make a difficult choice of shutting down my entire gambling venture due to a lack of interest and unworkable requirements (for me as I don't understand SHA or any of that stuff) placed on me.I thought that it's fair to just close it down and move on with my life as a filmmaker who wants to get in the TV industry.I only say this to keep you updated mem.

    Lesson is leave gambling in BTC to people who have time to burn with all this crypto stuff.Time is a luxury I simply can't afford now.

    It was nice meeting some interesting people during the time my gambling venture was open (Dream Islands Games and the lotteries).The website and all threads should be closed (or locked by now).Mem should also remove all references of my gambling threads to do with Dream Islands games and it's website as they're not used anymore.

    I have also restarted the lottery on my Bitmit page as it gives people escrow (addresses concerns about reliability of games).For those who are interested in this simplified venture,look for Film2240 for listing and search the lotteries I run.Thanks for making my time on here interesting guys Smiley

    When revising my list for v2 I noticed yours was down, I wish you the best of luck in your next venture.

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    May 13, 2013, 12:41:23 PM
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    You have something to hide, my friend?

    Nothing, my antagonism started when you lied, summed up here:
    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203763.msg2129668#msg2129668

    perhaps you genuinely assumed I was just giving you the cold shoulder or rejecting your site, if that is the case I apologize to you and to all new bitcoin casino operators who have felt spurned this way, it was not my attention.

    Between work, helping the missus start her new business (soon to be supporting bitcoins and no not a casino !) and the numerous other things in my life right now my time for sitting around and gambling on bitcoin sites has and with great regret drastically reduced. Hell I hadnt logged onto seals for a good game in over a month where I used to be a weekly player.

    Its a shame we couldn't patch things up, I have to admit when you decided to commit to your lie and ignore the blatant truth it really pissed me off.
    Anyway good luck to you, I hope our dealings it not a sign of how you will handle client issues.

    Apologies accepted. Good luck with your list.

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    May 13, 2013, 01:17:01 PM
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    SCAMJust like a broken vending machine these sites take your money and dont give you anything back / do not deliver as advertised.
    UNATTENDEDThe site appears to be no longer maintained.
    The site may work and may occasionally just eat your money, all efforts to contact the admin have failed (play at your own risk).
    MISLEADINGThe site has misleading descriptions (ie payouts) to the players disadvantage.
    For example a site that advertises a 2x payout multiplier with 50% odds, where in fact the odds and or multiplier are actually lower.
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    satoshipokerLips sealedMISLEADINGAdmin Is a blatant Liar.
    A site operator that lies this easily should be cause for concern.
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    Mem could you please change this? We have not had any misleading descriptions to players disadvantages. This listing itself is misleading  Huh

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    May 13, 2013, 02:37:51 PM
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    See here for v2 list in progress, some perl magic will be worked to convert the csv into a nicely formatted forum post.
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AknBnFOyxhcRdDU1VTFia2dGdlVaTmhNYUtUdzNLM2c&usp=sharing

    Top of my review list:

    PLAYTIN - opps, another I forgot Smiley.

    http://blockend.net/ - Site operator has been in contact and very receptive to feedback.

    http://betoneurovision.com - not sure how this can be vetted without the some kind of escrow.

    http://www.casinobit.net/ - love the idea, just need to cash up my bitcoin-qt wallet with some funds and test Smiley

    satoshicircle - reviewing javascript and working with operator to make it easier for others to verify results.

    Any chance you could review our casino SatoshiBet.com ? Thanks in advance!

    I would like to propose adding: Bitcoinslots.co to the list as well.

    Site: http://www.Bitcoinslots.co/?bct
    Game Type: Casino Slots
    • Progressive Jackpot Pool - We add to the pool to increase the bonus. Increase your chances of winning by donating more of your winnings from every spin
    • Small minimum bet
    • Proof of hash on every spin. You pick when to stop the wheel.
    • Withdraw after 2 confirmations

    Thank you

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    May 13, 2013, 04:10:17 PM
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    Thank you for removing us from the scam section.
    I appreciate it.

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    May 13, 2013, 04:22:36 PM
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    Mem, thank you for changing the SatoshiDice listing to the above. It is fair and reasonable. I appreciate it.
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    * hosted on stock platform MPEx, which I boycott.

    Mem, thank you for changing the SatoshiDice listing to the above. It is fair and reasonable. I appreciate it.

    Thanks Erik, again sorry for letting my emotions take the lead in my decision making which lead to this unpleasant start to a boycott.
    My principles got the better me, I was arbitrarily holding you to my own values without fair context and lashed out viscously and needlessly.


    In a free market such as bitcoin we often find ourselves doing business with individuals or corporations which we hold sever ideological differences with and by this I mean micera directly of MPEx not and not SDICE or any associated individuals.

    I do appreciate "voting with your wallet" and failed to appreciate others position more. Businesses also vote with their wallet OR simply do business for business sake and dont care for the individuals behind the companies they deal with. A business does need to strive to succeed (profit) and has to weigh their own pro's and cons with profit, growth and shareholders in mind.

    My true regret in this situation is looking back, GLBSE would have been a disaster were you to use them as a stock platform and I see that perhaps you had little to no other choice in platforms for making an IPO.

    I do hope micera comes to appreciate the damage using the slur the way he does still causes damage to a racial group. What many fail to appreciate is that using racial slurs in a derogatory sense even when not directed at said racial group still tars them in a negative context. Its something I did not appreciate myself when younger due to my own ignorance.

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