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September 26, 2015, 05:34:52 AM
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Overall I agree we should just wait for their reply and see how much they adjust their stats. But still I don't understand why you keep replying in a defensive way without even reading my posts (or at least not understanding them.)

Also, I am not sure whether this guy we are talking to is fully aware of everything to answer it. AFAIK, he could be the admin or a staff handing a completely different department.
I do agree with that. I agree that the "FortuneJack" account on this forum might not even know what these "wagered.php" URLs are and therefor not realize that my table was 100% correct. This would make their latest reply to "wrong because not properly informed by tech dep" instead of "wrong because lying", so I guess that would be better.


I also agree to just wait for their reply now first, lol.



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@ndnhc: just FYI I do still think they are legit for playing/withdrawals, "just" fake stats (and at this point: probably on purpose), which is important enough to bring up to discussion imo. I am not on some war and I haven't considered any neg trust. I simply do not like lies and I want site operators to be honest. That is all.

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September 26, 2015, 05:44:41 AM
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Also, I am not sure whether this guy we are talking to is fully aware of everything to answer it. AFAIK, he could be the admin or a staff handing a completely different department.
I do agree with that. I agree that the "FortuneJack" account on this forum might not even know what these "wagered.php" URLs are and therefor not realize that my table was 100% correct. This would make their latest reply to "wrong because not properly informed by tech dep" instead of "wrong because lying", so I guess that would be better.

Yeah, that is quite likely. If this dev/admin of the site is accessible through support or something the info would be more helpful. Right now, speaking to the dev through OP would give a lot of scope for misunderstanding and wrong info.


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I also agree to just wait for their reply now first, lol.

I have no idea how they are going to handle it. IMO, they should fix it first. Whatever be the explanation they give, it won't be justifying the 14 million wagered as right stats, so they SHOULD fix it, and stop showing misleading info right on the home page.



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@ndnhc: just FYI I do still think they are legit for playing/withdrawals, "just" fake stats (and at this point: probably on purpose), which is important enough to bring up to discussion imo. I am not on some war and I haven't considered any neg trust. I simply do not like lies and I want site operators to be honest. That is all.

It is quite possible that whoever handing these parts decided to add some extra amounts to show off their site. Or it could be pure negligence or something wrong on how amounts are calculated. For example, for binary bet, a bet of 0.01 for 60 seconds may be counted as 0.6BTC.. who knows?
It is also very possible they knew the issue and did nothing since they didn't see scoring it down "would help their site to grow". Wink
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September 26, 2015, 05:56:35 AM
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i also have to say when playing slots the amount wagered is massive. even if you lose just a little or win alittle the amount wargered is big


casino games amount wagered goes up x10 faster than dice


when they had weekly contest i would have 2500rdd a spin on slots on all day long. atthe end of the day i may have lost 100-200k rdd but i wagered like 30 million rdd


just saying they have a lot of casino games and casino rev is way diffrent than dice rev.

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September 26, 2015, 06:00:31 AM
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i also have to say when playing slots the amount wagered is massive. even if you lose just a little or win alittle the amount wargered is big


casino games amount wagered goes up x10 faster than dice


when they had weekly contest i would have 2500rdd a spin on slots on all day long. atthe end of the day i may have lost 100-200k rdd but i wagered like 30 million rdd


just saying they have a lot of casino games and casino rev is way diffrent than dice rev.

Yeah, I think you are talking about Fortune Slots. It is true, most spins will lose or win only a small amount. But the bitcoin wagered amount is impossibly high, imo. 14 million Bitcoins is NOT possible.
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September 26, 2015, 06:08:35 AM
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i also have to say when playing slots the amount wagered is massive. even if you lose just a little or win alittle the amount wargered is big


casino games amount wagered goes up x10 faster than dice


when they had weekly contest i would have 2500rdd a spin on slots on all day long. atthe end of the day i may have lost 100-200k rdd but i wagered like 30 million rdd


just saying they have a lot of casino games and casino rev is way diffrent than dice rev.

Yeah, I think you are talking about Fortune Slots. It is true, most spins will lose or win only a small amount. But the bitcoin wagered amount is impossibly high, imo. 14 million Bitcoins is NOT possible.


14 million bitcoin is all alt coins added up together

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September 26, 2015, 06:10:43 AM
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i also have to say when playing slots the amount wagered is massive. even if you lose just a little or win alittle the amount wargered is big


casino games amount wagered goes up x10 faster than dice


when they had weekly contest i would have 2500rdd a spin on slots on all day long. atthe end of the day i may have lost 100-200k rdd but i wagered like 30 million rdd


just saying they have a lot of casino games and casino rev is way diffrent than dice rev.

ha, cryptobet, i remember you, you are omaha poker, you are gamble guru and very famous here. Congrats your big winnings, I remember you usually hit keno jackpot and royal flush on video poker, which is very lucky and awesome, I hope i will have good luck like you.  Grin Cheesy  Cheers!!!!
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September 26, 2015, 06:14:10 AM
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i also have to say when playing slots the amount wagered is massive. even if you lose just a little or win alittle the amount wargered is big


casino games amount wagered goes up x10 faster than dice


when they had weekly contest i would have 2500rdd a spin on slots on all day long. atthe end of the day i may have lost 100-200k rdd but i wagered like 30 million rdd


just saying they have a lot of casino games and casino rev is way diffrent than dice rev.

ha, cryptobet, i remember you, you are omaha poker, you are gamble guru and very famous here. Congrats your big winnings, I remember you usually hit keno jackpot and royal flush on video poker, which is very lucky and awesome, I hope i will have good luck like you.  Grin Cheesy  Cheers!!!!

thank you. yeah had to sell my omahapoker name when i had some debts. im back now and in better place. this was my 2nd id used from time to time.


just won a 0.1 btc keno jack pot yesterday Grin


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September 26, 2015, 06:14:22 AM
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Well... tbh most bitcoin casinos inflate their stats to use for marketing purposes. What matters to me (and for many others, im sure) is that the casino is fair in its dealings with all its customers and follow up their promises, which FJ do quite well imo.

Yeah, it is for marketing purposes, but this kind of 14M is too ridiculous, 2 possibilities: 1. the data is erroneous and they didn't find, imo they should know that.  2. deliberately make this figure to attract people, this action is bad, cause their real wager is about 70k btc, it is 200X inflation.

I am more inclined to believe in the former case.  If they want to deliberately make the wagered bigger, they would not make it so crazily huge. I mean, seriously, how many would believe Fortunejack is 10x more popular than PD? Such claims will not make it look more attractive but rather make it look bad TBH.

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September 26, 2015, 06:15:45 AM
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Well... tbh most bitcoin casinos inflate their stats to use for marketing purposes. What matters to me (and for many others, im sure) is that the casino is fair in its dealings with all its customers and follow up their promises, which FJ do quite well imo.

Yeah, it is for marketing purposes, but this kind of 14M is too ridiculous, 2 possibilities: 1. the data is erroneous and they didn't find, imo they should know that.  2. deliberately make this figure to attract people, this action is bad, cause their real wager is about 70k btc, it is 200X inflation.

I am more inclined to believe in the former case.  If they want to deliberately make the wagered bigger, they would not make it so huge. I mean, seriously, how many would believe Fortunejack is 10x more popular than PD? Such claims will not make it more attractive but rather make it look bad.

pd only has dice

casino games amount wagered is way more than dice. go read las vegas casino rev sheets you will see billions wagered

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September 26, 2015, 06:28:37 AM
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pd only has dice

casino games amount wagered is way more than dice. go read las vegas casino rev sheets you will see billions wagered

True. But from my personal observation on the gambling section here, the sites getting the most attention are mainly dice sites plus a few sportsbooks and poker sites. Hence I always have the impression (could be wrong though!) that in the bitcoin gamblnig industry, dice sites are having a lot more business than slots or BJ or binary option trading

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September 26, 2015, 06:29:55 AM
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you would be surprised but lots and i mean lots of people play slots online. i think most of the amount wagered at fj is from slots


it makes x100 more than dice does

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September 26, 2015, 06:31:49 AM
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i also have to say when playing slots the amount wagered is massive. even if you lose just a little or win alittle the amount wargered is big


casino games amount wagered goes up x10 faster than dice


when they had weekly contest i would have 2500rdd a spin on slots on all day long. atthe end of the day i may have lost 100-200k rdd but i wagered like 30 million rdd


just saying they have a lot of casino games and casino rev is way diffrent than dice rev.

Yeah, I think you are talking about Fortune Slots. It is true, most spins will lose or win only a small amount. But the bitcoin wagered amount is impossibly high, imo. 14 million Bitcoins is NOT possible.


14 million bitcoin is all alt coins added up together

LOL. I personally did the estimate including ALL altcoins. It could be at maximum only around 500,000BTC.  Cool

Other stats given in FortuneJack does not relate to the wagered amount shown on homepage. I am 100% sure it is inflated intended or otherwise.
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these are 3 biggest losers last week

all 3 lost a total of 36btc



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September 26, 2015, 06:37:58 AM
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nice site fortunejack.com.....i have won 0.4btc from 0.02btc deposit....was a nice experience until i lost it all  Tongue ...hehe anyway really appreciate ur site whenever it comes to bitcoin casino sites  Cheesy

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September 26, 2015, 06:38:36 AM
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[img.]http://i.imgur.com/Z30gOvZ.jpg]http://i.imgur.com/Z30gOvZ.jpg[/img]

[img.]http://i.imgur.com/QZkxvmw.jpg]http://i.imgur.com/QZkxvmw.jpg[/img]

[img.]http://i.imgur.com/oPgfg11.jpg]http://i.imgur.com/oPgfg11.jpg[/img]

these are 3 biggest losers last week

all 3 lost a total of 36btc

Add them up. Tongue

To get those stats they need 20,000 such players who wager some 7000BTC each. If don't think you actually know what I or NLNico is talking about.

The actual stats tend towards 100,000 to 200,000, though I can estimate a maximum though unlikely of 500,000.
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September 26, 2015, 06:48:08 AM
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yeah those are dice players. i dont know the slot players so i cant pull up their stats but it would be way higher wagered then those players i just showed

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September 26, 2015, 06:49:07 AM
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[img.]http://i.imgur.com/Z30gOvZ.jpg]http://i.imgur.com/Z30gOvZ.jpg[/img]

[img.]http://i.imgur.com/QZkxvmw.jpg]http://i.imgur.com/QZkxvmw.jpg[/img]

[img.]http://i.imgur.com/oPgfg11.jpg]http://i.imgur.com/oPgfg11.jpg[/img]

these are 3 biggest losers last week

all 3 lost a total of 36btc

Add them up. Tongue

To get those stats they need 20,000 such players who wager some 7000BTC each. If don't think you actually know what I or NLNico is talking about.

The actual stats tend towards 100,000 to 200,000, though I can estimate a maximum though unlikely of 500,000.

wow, 2 guys have wagered over 13000 btc here, my new estimation is over 100k btc, 100k-200k btc total wagering is possible, i just wonder how much btc do those 2 gurus earn or lose here, and i think sportsbook is adding wagering amount most significantly, I have wagered over 500btc on sportsbook, but my bankroll was only 10-15 btc.  Cheesy Grin
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September 27, 2015, 03:14:28 PM
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sorry seuntji just want to ask..

does this bot possible to add fortunejack because i could not find other bot that can be used on gambling on fortunejack..

thanks

I've scoped out fortunejack and I've mentioned this to a few other people before. Yes, I am able to add fortunejack to the bot, BUT it would cost no less than 0.75 Btc. You can either pay this yourself, get a few others to help pay or convince the site operators to pay the fee. Whichever works.

Once this address receives >=0.75 Btc or I make an agreement with the site owner, I will start working on adding the site to the bot.
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Note: I'm not going to try and convince the site owner to pay the fee. That's up to anyone that wants to use the bot at fortunejack

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September 27, 2015, 06:32:08 PM
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liked it. Played every game but lost my entire deposit. Still good experience

Looks very unique to me, and i like the design. What i see better than other sites is round numbers picking, that's great feature
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September 27, 2015, 08:05:11 PM
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I tried to withdraw some doge coin on fortunejack yesterday.   It did not go through but showing complete in fortune jack transaction list.   I have emailed customer service and used the web form to get help several times and no one has responded to me.

Whats up with that?    The site says 24/7 customer service on it.   That's a complete lie. 
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