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Jamie_Boulder
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September 02, 2014, 01:19:13 PM
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Hi all,

I've been quite the frequent gambler of some of our most popular BTC Casinos, some advertised on this very forum (Just-Dice was a favorite, now it's Dicebitcoin).

I'm more than capable of creating these websites myself however it would be pointless as it's already crazy over-populated.

Anyone here have any suggestions on something unique? My objective would be to create an environment with the fairest odds possible so anything that involves betting against the house (me) would be out of question as I obviously don't want to go broke!

Current ideas:
PvP of some sort? perhaps something like Primedice's new game?
A unique sort of poker? (currently pondering ideas with other members of the BTCtalk community)
A multi-betting dice platform (several players all betting against each other at once, one winner)

These are all very beta-stage ideas and I've got no idea how I'd develop them further however if I get enough interest or demand for something particular I'll try my best to cater for it.

The idea here is more for my own personal development then profit.

Post away!

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September 02, 2014, 01:47:38 PM
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A full fledged PvP casino. Poker, black jack, keno, craps even a few different slots the whole nine yards. You need something where people can interact with each other.
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September 03, 2014, 10:24:36 AM
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Aww why was this moved to gambling Sad I only wanted to discuss a general consensus

O/T: Thanks for your response Cyber, so there's no sites that currently cater for stuff like PvP already?

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