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January 17, 2015, 03:28:55 AM
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Hi All,

we will soon to be opening a gambling site where customers can bet against each other on whatever event or proposition they choose.

How it works

1) Customer Logs Into Site
2) Customer Creates Bet, chooses bet close time and chooses how many people he will allow to bet against him - Lets say 4 in this example
3) Customer chooses a steak, Lets say 1 BTC
4) To place bet Customer then has to pay 4 BTC into the bet address (Stake * People Allowed to Join) + 2% Site Fee
5) Each player that then wants to join this bet will have pay the stake to join. If only 2 players join Customer will only have to pay (Stake * People Actually Joined)
6) Wait for outcome of bet, If Customer wins he receives his BTC plus BTC of Players, If Customer loses players will get Customer Stake for that entity (player) so in this case 1 BTC + Their original stake.

In the above case Customer 1 Gambled 4 BTC, 4 Players Joined, 8 BTC in Pot, Customer 1 Loses, 4 Players each get 1 BTC plus Their original paid steak (2 BTC), Customer 1 walks away with nothing.

The site takes 2% fee of all bets payable by customer who creates the bet.

There is potentially extremely high winnings. Obviously if customer is creating a bet on an obvious win. No-one has to join that bet and customer will lose 2% Site Fee.

I am looking for peoples opinions on this site, Would people use it? what would you like to see added? What potential problems can you think of and ways we can extinguish that.

Thanks in advance.
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January 17, 2015, 03:34:34 AM
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Sounds like a good idea, but wasn't there a site like that called Predictious? Also Betmoose or something like that?
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January 17, 2015, 03:48:09 PM
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so this is like PVP gambling ?

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January 17, 2015, 03:53:59 PM
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The site takes 2% fee of all bets payable by customer who creates the bet.

Pretty much all bitcoin gambling sites who have people play on their site offer 1% house edge. What makes your game/rep so good that it would be worth it to play with 200% of the usual house edge?
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January 17, 2015, 06:40:00 PM
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primedice does this already with pvp
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