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April 27, 2011, 11:27:56 PM
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The front page should display how many players are online.

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April 27, 2011, 11:28:40 PM
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The front page should display how many players are online.

For real. Why do we have to log in to see the tables list?

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April 28, 2011, 02:19:15 AM
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its working great now.... we just need some lower stakes NL Omaha8 plz.  no one is going to play 100/200 on this site.  a bunch of us have been playing .50/1 and .25/.50 lately

added 4 omaha8 low stakes nl tables. have no clue if these works correctly tho.. and if something comes to your mind for name for the table - let me know to =)

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April 28, 2011, 02:23:41 AM
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The front page should display how many players are online.

For real. Why do we have to log in to see the tables list?

probably because i was concentrated on more important things? =)

you can always check http://twitter.com/betcoin for now. It spams this channel with current statistics on online users. You do not need to be registered with twitter for this.

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April 29, 2011, 02:35:09 AM
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The front page should display how many players are online.

Agreed

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April 29, 2011, 04:19:44 PM
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Sorry to hear about the theft. I've got an idea:

I will pay would have paid (see below) a bounty of 10 BTC to whoever finds and reveals the identity of this thief (as in real name and address), as long as you aver that you have not violated the laws of your own territory in the process. You must provide enough evidence to convince me personally that you have correctly identified the guilty party.

This offer does not apply to you if you are the thief or are in collusion with the thief.

So that I don't have to hold my coins in reserve forever, let's say this offer expires on July 31. I may renew it then or not.

If others would like to contribute to the bounty, please do so! Feel free to split this off into a new thread if it's more convenient that way.

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April 29, 2011, 04:42:04 PM
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SunAvatar, I really appreciate the fact you want to share this and help! I already found thief email and tried to contact him and convince him to return money. He did not respond. And bitcoin non-reversible nature is not helping here too =))

His nickname - mikerka - is pretty uniq one and he is registered over a lot of hacking-related websites. His email is mikerka@gmail.com . He is registered at Minecraft.

There is a secondlife avatar named mikerka Cluny who bought some coins from another bitcoin forum member recently. His IRC and otc-wot nick is FaktioNN. Keeping in mind bitcoin community size and uniqueness of nickname I am pretty sure all of this is the same person.

I think I seen somewhere age of someone with nickname mikerka of 41 years, but not sure about this part at all.

There is also another guy from CZ, but he too young and looks like not involved in coding/hacking at all, and there is another gal from russia, who is fan of stupid tv show - i doubt she do any hacking. So I believe our mikerka is from USA.

I doubt these bitcoins make any real difference to him in long run, but he did not agreed to return these in exchange for all due respect for finding hole in my software (really dumb one btw =)).

On the other hand this will force me to put more time in to this project and at some point start monetizing it. Either through rake or some sort of sign up fee. =)

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April 29, 2011, 05:04:44 PM
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Good work, hippich! This leaves me with an interesting question: Do I now owe you 10 BTC for identifying your own thief? I'll go with whatever the community says, but I'd prefer to make it my first contribution to a pool for paying similar bounties in the future, which I may start later today. Thefts like this will only become more common as the community grows.

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April 29, 2011, 05:15:44 PM
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Hippich, first of all thanks a lot for this, really appreciate it.

Second, I have some suggestions, you need to adjust your tables really.

Here is what you should do.

Elminate all tables above 2-4 No Limit, for right now.

Eliminate all omaha and stud tables, for now. I played omaha and was only able to see 2 cards, normally you should be able to see all 4 of your cards, so thats bad.

Eliminate all FAST tables, people need more time for action since theres so many bugs right now.

Have
5 .01-.02 no limit tables
3 .02-.04 no limit
3 .05-.10 no limit
3 .10-.25 no limit
3 .25-.50 no limit
3 .50-1.00 no limit
1 1-2 no limit
1 2-4 no limit

Then have
5 .02-.04 limit tables
3 .05-.10 limit
3 .10-.20 limit
3 .25-.50 limit
3 .50-1.00 limit
1 1-2 limit
1 2-4 limit

This is a much better setup. As for table names, don't sweat it table names don't matter at all. Can just say microstakes 1, microstakes 2, highstakes 1, highstakes 2, etc or whatever you can think of.

Finally, you must fix the structure in limit tables. The problem is, the software makes the blinds 2x big as they should be. In .02-.04 limit for example, the blinds are .02 and .04, when they should be .01 and .02. This makes the opening raise size to .06, when it should be .04. Now, due to this fact you would have to have .005 and .01 blinds, if you want to keep the .01-.02, limit tables. This would be fine, and I would make 5 of those as well. Currently at the .01-.02 limit tables the blinds are .01 and .02, and the opening raise size is .03, when it should be .02, and blinds .01 and .01. That would actually work too, so either .005 and .01 blinds, or .01 and .01, if you can't do 3 decimal points.
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April 29, 2011, 05:24:11 PM
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Good work, hippich! This leaves me with an interesting question: Do I now owe you 10 BTC for identifying your own thief? I'll go with whatever the community says, but I'd prefer to make it my first contribution to a pool for paying similar bounties in the future, which I may start later today. Thefts like this will only become more common as the community grows.

If you want to donate to project - you are free to do it. =)

As for information I posted here I got from google and another bitcoin forum member. If he wants me to disclose his nickname - I can do it. That's been said - this info do not identify exact physical person, so I do not believe bounty should be paid anyway =)

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April 29, 2011, 05:30:50 PM
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Second, I have some suggestions, you need to adjust your tables really.

Thanks for your input. I would like to hear what other members think about best combination of tables. This part is matter of messing with configuration files, so I can implement this fairly easy.

Also I never played anything beside hold'em, so I really do not know any details about other poker games (it just came with software and I left it as is). If there are bugs with it - please let me know. Probably it will make sense to push bug report to server software author.

Finally, you must fix the structure in limit tables. The problem is, the software makes the blinds 2x big as they should be. In .02-.04 limit for example, the blinds are .02 and .04, when they should be .01 and .02. This makes the opening raise size to .06, when it should be .04. Now, due to this fact you would have to have .005 and .01 blinds, if you want to keep the .01-.02, limit tables. This would be fine, and I would make 5 of those as well. Currently at the .01-.02 limit tables the blinds are .01 and .02, and the opening raise size is .03, when it should be .02, and blinds .01 and .01. That would actually work too, so either .005 and .01 blinds, or .01 and .01, if you can't do 3 decimal points.

Could someone else comment on this too? I do not have much experience in poker, but I always believe .01-.02 should refer to small and big blinds. Is this really incorrect? Any examples?

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April 29, 2011, 05:31:21 PM
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I wouldn't mind a rake - if it keeps you in business, go for it. Just not too big Wink
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April 29, 2011, 05:32:41 PM
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What is adequate size of rake?

Keeping in mind bugness and beta state of software.. =))

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April 29, 2011, 06:16:41 PM
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What is adequate size of rake?

Keeping in mind bugness and beta state of software.. =))

I'd use the rake structure of pokerstars or fulltilt.

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April 29, 2011, 06:23:39 PM
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They have complicated enough rake structure tho.. i will probably try to implement it as 5% with some fixed cap for all table for now. Implementing rake per table will be too much for me right now =) But do not afraid - I have more important stuff to work on so this room will be rake-free for a while. But donations/tips are always welcomed! =)

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April 29, 2011, 06:27:30 PM
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Second, I have some suggestions, you need to adjust your tables really.

Thanks for your input. I would like to hear what other members think about best combination of tables. This part is matter of messing with configuration files, so I can implement this fairly easy.

Also I never played anything beside hold'em, so I really do not know any details about other poker games (it just came with software and I left it as is). If there are bugs with it - please let me know. Probably it will make sense to push bug report to server software author.

Finally, you must fix the structure in limit tables. The problem is, the software makes the blinds 2x big as they should be. In .02-.04 limit for example, the blinds are .02 and .04, when they should be .01 and .02. This makes the opening raise size to .06, when it should be .04. Now, due to this fact you would have to have .005 and .01 blinds, if you want to keep the .01-.02, limit tables. This would be fine, and I would make 5 of those as well. Currently at the .01-.02 limit tables the blinds are .01 and .02, and the opening raise size is .03, when it should be .02, and blinds .01 and .01. That would actually work too, so either .005 and .01 blinds, or .01 and .01, if you can't do 3 decimal points.

Could someone else comment on this too? I do not have much experience in poker, but I always believe .01-.02 should refer to small and big blinds. Is this really incorrect? Any examples?

I personally play HU only and 7-game. There should definitely be HU only tables so people can focus on the game rather than worry about people joining in.

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April 29, 2011, 06:27:52 PM
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ewww 5%... Thats not much on small pots but damn that would be REALLY annoying!
start with 3%!

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April 29, 2011, 06:30:57 PM
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ewww 5%... Thats not much on small pots but damn that would be REALLY annoying!
start with 3%!

5% with cap, not 5% from the whole pot. in November i had 3% rake without limit. it was annoying to some guys when they were playing with hundreds in stakes. =) Cap I believe should be somehow correlated with blinds size.

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April 29, 2011, 09:46:28 PM
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Just FYI, I was playing with a couple of people at .50/1 no limit and there was close to 1000 BTC on the table... It was an exciting evening to say the least.  This guy named First took all my BTC!!! ;-)

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April 29, 2011, 09:47:43 PM
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wow.. that's close to $3k. real stuff!

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