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October 11, 2016, 06:10:41 PM
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I'm proud to announce that SatoshiDice has finally been added to DiceBot!!

You can check out DiceBot on https://bot.seuntjie.com

More Info: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=307425
https://bot.seuntjie.com/GettingStarted.aspx

Satoshidice is a site you cant leave out since it is still the oldest site=)

Yeah its the oldest but it doesn't necessarily means its the best. I remember watching a Bitcoin documentary and it actually mentioned this website. It got sold for like $10 million dollars or so. And ever since then its been slowly going downhill.

You are right about this sometimes the age does not matter because there can change a lot since such times...
Some changes are bad and some are good but I think we can say that this one was bad...

Moreover, if I am not wrong, they dont operate the way they used to at the beginning. Initially, they were a complete blockchain based game.

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October 12, 2016, 11:13:31 AM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
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October 12, 2016, 11:14:41 AM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
Where did u discover this? Could u please point out to the exact link?

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October 12, 2016, 01:07:09 PM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
Where did u discover this? Could u please point out to the exact link?

I am pretty sure he is referring to an old article or screenshot or something. Back when BTC was like $100-200 or so.

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October 12, 2016, 01:19:30 PM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
Where did u discover this? Could u please point out to the exact link?

I am pretty sure he is referring to an old article or screenshot or something. Back when BTC was like $100-200 or so.

How about this user https://www.satoshidice.com/user/9d886d9ca94946aba6a03bcc1537ef0b
This user has total gross won of more than 2700BTC. The question is, is total gross profit = total profit? And this user is created this year, so the price of btc is still considered high.

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October 13, 2016, 10:10:29 AM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
Where did u discover this? Could u please point out to the exact link?

I am pretty sure he is referring to an old article or screenshot or something. Back when BTC was like $100-200 or so.

How about this user https://www.satoshidice.com/user/9d886d9ca94946aba6a03bcc1537ef0b
This user has total gross won of more than 2700BTC. The question is, is total gross profit = total profit? And this user is created this year, so the price of btc is still considered high.

is should be gross profit = total profit

"Gross profit is the profit a company makes after deducting the costs associated with making and selling its products, or the costs associated with providing its services."

2700btc is impressive and Cracker08063 has a creation date of 2016-03-02 16:22:50

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October 13, 2016, 11:39:50 PM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
Where did u discover this? Could u please point out to the exact link?

I am pretty sure he is referring to an old article or screenshot or something. Back when BTC was like $100-200 or so.

How about this user https://www.satoshidice.com/user/9d886d9ca94946aba6a03bcc1537ef0b
This user has total gross won of more than 2700BTC. The question is, is total gross profit = total profit? And this user is created this year, so the price of btc is still considered high.

Total won != Total profit

If you bet 1 BTC at 50% chance, win 1x, and lose 1x,
then your "total won" is 1 BTC but your profit is 0 BTC.
(Simplified, not taking house edge into account)

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October 17, 2016, 09:56:04 AM
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I love satoshi dice. And recently I discovered a player with more than 2k btc profit. I just want to know that is he legit?
Where did u discover this? Could u please point out to the exact link?

I am pretty sure he is referring to an old article or screenshot or something. Back when BTC was like $100-200 or so.

How about this user https://www.satoshidice.com/user/9d886d9ca94946aba6a03bcc1537ef0b
This user has total gross won of more than 2700BTC. The question is, is total gross profit = total profit? And this user is created this year, so the price of btc is still considered high.

Total won != Total profit

If you bet 1 BTC at 50% chance, win 1x, and lose 1x,
then your "total won" is 1 BTC but your profit is 0 BTC.
(Simplified, not taking house edge into account)

is there a way to see the total number of BTC wagered then?

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October 17, 2016, 02:26:46 PM
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You also see the "Luck" for each player. A 100% luck means the player has won exactly 100% of what he wagered (before the 1.9% house cut). At the time of writing this, the player you mentioned has won 2,754.990550 BTC (before the house cut, the "Total Gross Won" figure) with a 101.596549% luck.

This means he wagered 2,754.990550 / 101.596549% = 2,711.69697900 BTC and won 2,754.990550 * 98.1% = 2,702.64572955 after the house cut.

So in the end he lost around 9 BTC.
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October 18, 2016, 08:38:38 AM
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You also see the "Luck" for each player. A 100% luck means the player has won exactly 100% of what he wagered (before the 1.9% house cut). At the time of writing this, the player you mentioned has won 2,754.990550 BTC (before the house cut, the "Total Gross Won" figure) with a 101.596549% luck.

This means he wagered 2,754.990550 / 101.596549% = 2,711.69697900 BTC and won 2,754.990550 * 98.1% = 2,702.64572955 after the house cut.

So in the end he lost around 9 BTC.

Would not complain to win 9 BTC but it is significantly less than what I thought he had won.

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October 18, 2016, 11:12:35 AM
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Not to mention that he lost 9 BTC, not won.
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October 18, 2016, 02:09:32 PM
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How long does it take to divest from the bankroll? Think its been loading for about 5 minutes now...

Logged in and out multiple times too...

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October 18, 2016, 02:27:24 PM
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all good the divest worked. Now trying to withdraw from the site is as slow as a snail...

Now I see a note - no money in the hot wallet...

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October 19, 2016, 12:48:03 AM
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Still cant withdraw... Seems I can log in but when I try to cashout I get logged out!?

Tried in a few different browsers as well...

What has happened Satoshi Dice?

You used to be the 'The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game.' Now I can't even log in and withdraw my bitcoins. You used to get all the betting volume and now everyone goes to other dice sites. You used to be competitive and now you have a house edge nearly double of everyone else Sad





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October 19, 2016, 08:07:17 AM
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Is anyone else having this problem? I still cant withdraw, every time I log in I get logged out...

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October 19, 2016, 09:49:38 AM
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Same here, when I login my id appears for a moment, then I'm logged out immediately.
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October 19, 2016, 09:59:13 AM
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Is anyone else having this problem? I still cant withdraw, every time I log in I get logged out...

You really should of read the reviews first before depositing money in this website. Lately they have been having alot of issues with solvency. Hopefully you get your deposit back.

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October 19, 2016, 10:23:58 AM
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Cant stay logged in either, get insta kicked out
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October 19, 2016, 03:42:33 PM
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Exactly the same issue, being kicked out and the account says 0. There solvency proof is still at 71%, thousands of BTC still available in their addresses so I think this might be some technical glitch.

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October 19, 2016, 03:44:31 PM
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It's happened before, nothing to worry about (for the moment).
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