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Author Topic: SatoshiDICE.com - The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game  (Read 398520 times)
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June 10, 2012, 01:51:33 AM
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Still haven't been paid for bets from two days ago when the Block Chain split.  They are just sitting in my wallet expecting to be paid.  These TX ID's are not showing up in blockchain.info, and NOW they are not showing up on satoshidice either where as they were before....WTF?!?!

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TOTAL: +47.08379987 BTC

WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO GET PAID ON THESE???

What were the TX ID's of the bet transactions? (not the payout transactions)

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June 10, 2012, 02:00:10 AM
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For the 32 BTC it was: b26f43bd23e4c3bfa5b3e469201f000db66ba91889f3156b09b0214621f1f956
http://satoshidice.com/lookup.php?tx=b26f43bd23e4c3bfa5b3e469201f000db66ba91889f3156b09b0214621f1f956&limit=250&min_bet=0&status=ALL

I'm noticing that it just sent the TX back to me because it was over the max bet.  I didn't realize that the max bet had been decreased and had sent it a big bet.

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June 10, 2012, 02:00:39 AM
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"Block Chain split" ?

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June 10, 2012, 02:05:07 AM
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"Block Chain split" ?

http://www.blockchain.info/blocks/1339034587966

That's my thought.  The block chain split/orphaned blocks happened @ block 183405 and 183376.
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June 10, 2012, 04:13:57 AM
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"Block Chain split" ?

http://www.blockchain.info/blocks/1339034587966

That's my thought.  The block chain split/orphaned blocks happened @ block 183405 and 183376.
An orphan simply puts the transactions back into the queue.
That's the reason why you can "consider" trusting a 0-confirm transaction.

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June 10, 2012, 08:24:40 AM
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Well I'm still missing 47 BTC...
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June 10, 2012, 11:02:56 AM
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Well I'm still missing 47 BTC...
Ummmm - no you aren't.
As you have already stated you are missing at most 5.08379987 BTC

Since the 32 you sent in txn
b26f43bd23e4c3bfa5b3e469201f000db66ba91889f3156b09b0214621f1f956

Was sent back to one of the addresses it came from:
1GAaYPWG2URmGgugd9gUZzZcuYs8qwmsQy
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http://blockchain.info/tx-index/8233306/a863aad42a8181c91ea82464ea85992617c36756c2440d836c5b47efb9a4b623

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June 10, 2012, 04:41:07 PM
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I've seen this requirement on several other gaming / betting sites as well:

Remember to do this only from wallets that let you receive coins from the address you sent them from (standard wallet, or blockchain.info wallet, etc).

Just out of curiosity, exactly what kind of wallet would not let me receive coins on the same address I'm sending from?

In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.
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June 10, 2012, 05:01:32 PM
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I've seen this requirement on several other gaming / betting sites as well:

Remember to do this only from wallets that let you receive coins from the address you sent them from (standard wallet, or blockchain.info wallet, etc).

Just out of curiosity, exactly what kind of wallet would not let me receive coins on the same address I'm sending from?
Online wallets mostly, or from exchanges like MtGox because there the bitcoins from every user are together in one big wallet.

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June 11, 2012, 02:17:02 AM
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Mmmk. I bet 0.01; I received 0.01293026, now, as per my standard gambling strategy, I walk away forever Tongue

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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June 11, 2012, 02:18:59 AM
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Mmmk. I bet 0.01; I received 0.01293026, now, as per my standard gambling strategy, I walk away forever Tongue
Try it with 0.1 BTC and walk away forever.

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June 11, 2012, 02:30:07 AM
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I'm watching you... Grin
And no, I won't try it with 0.1, because then there's not enough room for Martingale-ing my way to safety.

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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June 11, 2012, 02:37:19 AM
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I'm watching you... Grin
And no, I won't try it with 0.1, because then there's not enough room for Martingale-ing my way to safety.
I play minimum 0.25 anything lower than that is pointless. Cheesy

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June 11, 2012, 03:38:37 AM
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I'm watching you... Grin
And no, I won't try it with 0.1, because then there's not enough room for Martingale-ing my way to safety.

You used "Martingale" and "safety" in the same sentence.  Smiley

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June 11, 2012, 05:09:54 AM
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Just out of curiosity, exactly what kind of wallet would not let me receive coins on the same address I'm sending from?
Online wallets mostly, or from exchanges like MtGox because there the bitcoins from every user are together in one big wallet.

Don't use for SatoshiDICE any of the following:

Mt. Gox or any other exchange, GLBSE, Instawallet, Easywallet, Paytunia, Flexcoin, online casinos or other services (e.g., CoinDL) where you have an account,  

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June 11, 2012, 06:11:58 AM
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Just out of curiosity, exactly what kind of wallet would not let me receive coins on the same address I'm sending from?
Online wallets mostly, or from exchanges like MtGox because there the bitcoins from every user are together in one big wallet.

Don't use for SatoshiDICE any of the following:

Mt. Gox or any other exchange, GLBSE, Instawallet, Easywallet, Paytunia, Flexcoin, online casinos or other services (e.g., CoinDL) where you have an account,  

I've noticed Blockchain Wallet freeze up after about 15-20 transactions in 30 minutes.
Bitcoin also has a tendency to lag up after ~400 transactions in 48 hours.
Multibit locks up after ~150 transactions in 24 hours.

Electrum is the one I've been messing with for a while and so far the worst thing is the seconds not showing up for the transaction time. It's frozen up a few times, but a simple switching of the server fixed that.

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June 11, 2012, 10:21:26 AM
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Mmmk. I bet 0.01; I received 0.01293026, now, as per my standard gambling strategy, I walk away forever Tongue

This man has the ultimate gambling system.

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June 11, 2012, 11:33:13 AM
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Bitcoin also has a tendency to lag up after ~400 transactions in 48 hours.
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If you mean the standard bitcoin client ... nope I've never noticed that.
Is that a GUI issue?
I use the daemon, not the GUI (on linux a Core2 Duo E4600 2.40GHz with only 2GB RAM)
Runs for ages - and since I last restarted it (18 days ago) I've done ~900 txns

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June 11, 2012, 12:27:59 PM
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I've noticed Blockchain Wallet freeze up after about 15-20 transactions in 30 minutes.
Bitcoin also has a tendency to lag up after ~400 transactions in 48 hours.
Multibit locks up after ~150 transactions in 24 hours.

Electrum is the one I've been messing with for a while and so far the worst thing is the seconds not showing up for the transaction time. It's frozen up a few times, but a simple switching of the server fixed that.

Sounds like you're running on slow hard drives, or your hard drive is having problems.  I was playing with a custom SD Bot using stock bitcoind on my VPS (Raid 10 + 10k drives).  Lag didn't start becoming an issue until the wallet hit ~250 megs with 10k+ transactions.  Even then it normally wasn't bad.  Although now I have it modified to send change back to the original address, which stops the wallet from bloating up so badly in the first place.

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June 11, 2012, 05:54:25 PM
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I've noticed Blockchain Wallet freeze up after about 15-20 transactions in 30 minutes.
Bitcoin also has a tendency to lag up after ~400 transactions in 48 hours.
Multibit locks up after ~150 transactions in 24 hours.

Electrum is the one I've been messing with for a while and so far the worst thing is the seconds not showing up for the transaction time. It's frozen up a few times, but a simple switching of the server fixed that.

Sounds like you're running on slow hard drives, or your hard drive is having problems.  I was playing with a custom SD Bot using stock bitcoind on my VPS (Raid 10 + 10k drives).  Lag didn't start becoming an issue until the wallet hit ~250 megs with 10k+ transactions.  Even then it normally wasn't bad.  Although now I have it modified to send change back to the original address, which stops the wallet from bloating up so badly in the first place.
Yes, my HDD's are old and jaded. Tongue
My laptop is so bad (if you look only a few post back), you can see that I had to ask for help to get some Bitcoins from a wallet because of my computer's time being out-of-sync.

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Bitcoin also has a tendency to lag up after ~400 transactions in 48 hours.
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If you mean the standard bitcoin client ... nope I've never noticed that.
Is that a GUI issue?
I use the daemon, not the GUI (on linux a Core2 Duo E4600 2.40GHz with only 2GB RAM)
Runs for ages - and since I last restarted it (18 days ago) I've done ~900 txns
Yes, it's a GUI only issue from what I've seen.

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