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July 26, 2012, 02:34:52 PM
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Greetings fellow newbies gamblers Wink (I am still a forum newbie myself).

This is my new offering to the bitcoin gambling community http://satoshiroulette.com/

Currently in public testing stage, everything should work but dont be surprised if something breaks.
One I am satisfied the public testing stage has gone well I will up the maximum bet and remove the warning.


Please message me in the forums or reply to this thread if you need help.

max bet: 0.2
min bet: 0.001
Max Bet: 0.50
Mix Bet: 0.05


Min bet: 0.05 btc
Max bet 0.75 btc

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July 26, 2012, 02:49:08 PM
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1-18

Win Pays BET*3
Address: 17zR9jbizt3WXNaN6TxC7yUHdp5XmBbP3y


should be 200% not 300%, site pays 2x though, so just a typo
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July 26, 2012, 02:52:12 PM
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1-18

Win Pays BET*3
Address: 17zR9jbizt3WXNaN6TxC7yUHdp5XmBbP3y


should be 200% not 300%, site pays 2x though, so just a typo

damn another typo, please supply me with a btc address so i can tip you for catching that - thank you Smiley

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July 26, 2012, 02:52:41 PM
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19 to 36

Win Pays BET*36
Address: 128kCmHgNABh53iGZdsXo9mvpWsoqb3M15

same thing should be  2
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July 26, 2012, 02:55:33 PM
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Lose Pays 0.00000001 to 0.00000003
Last digit equals the 1st/2nd/3rd 12 that won.

this is on the fist 12, but not the second and third, you might want to put it there just to be consistent
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July 26, 2012, 02:55:46 PM
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19 to 36

Win Pays BET*36
Address: 128kCmHgNABh53iGZdsXo9mvpWsoqb3M15

same thing should be  2

just went through and fixed most of them then.
Should be all correct now.

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July 26, 2012, 02:57:04 PM
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Lose Pays 0.00000001 to 0.00000003
Last digit equals the 1st/2nd/3rd 12 that won.

this is on the fist 12, but not the second and third, you might want to put it there just to be consistent

Used to be  this way but then I decided to simply send the number the ball lands on due to my testers complaining about not being able to keep stats and run their gambling systems.

Fixed now as well.

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July 26, 2012, 03:02:30 PM
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yup, they all are correct, the site looks great, i look forward to losing alot of money on here and having fun doing it Cheesy my address is 1A5QFrDmpYPU8ndfG2xFQxd4Q1W6sJTLew , but while i was testing i got lucky and won .2 btc from you, so nothing is necessary. if you could display a hash of the roll before the roll then i think you will get alot more people because they won't have to trust you, they will just have to trust math. i wish you luck on this site and will be a regular on it
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July 26, 2012, 03:17:36 PM
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yup, they all are correct, the site looks great, i look forward to losing alot of money on here and having fun doing it Cheesy my address is 1A5QFrDmpYPU8ndfG2xFQxd4Q1W6sJTLew , but while i was testing i got lucky and won .2 btc from you, so nothing is necessary. if you could display a hash of the roll before the roll then i think you will get alot more people because they won't have to trust you, they will just have to trust math. i wish you luck on this site and will be a regular on it

tip sent, thanks again, Glad you like the site.

Currently I use a static secret plus the bets txid in sha512 to generate the result.
The users will be able to verify the result once the secret is released (a bit clumsy atm I know).

Id like to get some javascript / java that does the maths for the user created but java is not my forte currently.

Thinking ahead Im looking at using twitter to announce new secrets, max bet adjustments and large winners.
The code already supports a twitter feed but I use that for remote monitoring, to the average user it will look like garbage.

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July 26, 2012, 04:46:54 PM
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thanks to whoever is currently running a martingale bot against my site Smiley Im actually flattered it happened this quickly.

The user may have noticed I fixed the even payouts. I had a typo in my code where even was paying out on odd numbers not even, not that the botter seemed to mind.

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July 26, 2012, 06:57:51 PM
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In the FAQ

"Q> Testing .... ?

A> Yes, please ready my crappy FAQ carefully."

You added an extra y to read.

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July 27, 2012, 04:56:33 AM
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In the FAQ

"Q> Testing .... ?

A> Yes, please ready my crappy FAQ carefully."

You added an extra y to read.



fixed, thank you Smiley

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July 27, 2012, 05:34:57 AM
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It took me a while to find the FAQ.  The big yellow underlined link-looking "PLEASE SEE THE FAQ" isn't actually a link.  The "FAQ" link is hidden inside the roulette table itself.

You're missing the 'bet 2', 'bet 3', 'bet 4', 'bet 6' bets.  Usually it's possible to bet on groups of numbers like that.

In the FAQ:

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Q> Are you on any bitcoin forums ?

A> No, I occasionally lurk on #bitcoin but I shall be signing up shortly to announce the public test.

The question isn't in bold like all the other questions, and the answer is incorrect.  Smiley

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Q> How do you work out the senders address ?

Missing apostrophe in 'senders'.

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This took me many nights of starting at bitcoind

Staring?

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The 2 alternatives to my method is

Alternatives are.  Not is.

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July 27, 2012, 06:36:28 AM
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It took me a while to find the FAQ.  The big yellow underlined link-looking "PLEASE SEE THE FAQ" isn't actually a link.  The "FAQ" link is hidden inside the roulette table itself.

You're missing the 'bet 2', 'bet 3', 'bet 4', 'bet 6' bets.  Usually it's possible to bet on groups of numbers like that.

In the FAQ:

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Q> Are you on any bitcoin forums ?

A> No, I occasionally lurk on #bitcoin but I shall be signing up shortly to announce the public test.

The question isn't in bold like all the other questions, and the answer is incorrect.  Smiley

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Q> How do you work out the senders address ?

Missing apostrophe in 'senders'.

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This took me many nights of starting at bitcoind

Staring?

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The 2 alternatives to my method is

Alternatives are.  Not is.

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idex

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Hi Dooglus Smiley

I have not done the grouping bets yet but they are being considered.
I pulled 1 section of the FAQ (determining senders address) as we are now 1000 tx's into the public test without fault and the previous private test had the  same number without issue.

I have also adjusted the number selection code to balance the distribution of even/odd red/back etc.
Some Individual numbers seem to have a 0.02% edge over others if you do the stats currently, I will update the FAQ shortly with the new rule shortly.

if gamblers are interested (and Im sure they are) I will throw up my stats on the number distribution. 
From my checks it seems with the current house edge and using a private secret the slight edge of 0.02% is negligible.

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July 27, 2012, 07:06:25 PM
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From the SatoshiDice thread:

I hope we are not derailing satoshidice's thread here Tongue
for a table containing 65 numbers I would use FF not FFFF Wink

I will pm dooglus and discuss further.
Dooglus you are welcome to share anything technical I discuss with you in PM - I just dont want to spam the SD thread to much Wink

If you use FF instead of FFFF, you will get 256 different numbers, from 0 to 255.  There's no fair way of mapping those to 65 different numbers.  256/65 = 3.938 so most numbers would come up 4-in-256 times, and some would come up 3-in-256 times.

If you have 64 numbers then it's much easier - every number comes up 4-in-256 times, since 256/64 = 4.

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July 28, 2012, 10:29:19 AM
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That does seem to be a good table design, the current spread while not perfect is "good enough" tm when a secret is included. 
Roulette tables are often re-weighted in casinos for example.

The main table will stay up as is, but we shall soon be offering alternate table layouts for gamblers.
The public beta test is going extremely well thanks to all our gamers and also helpful forum members like yourself and fireduck of satoshidice.

If time permits tomorrow I will be creating a twitter feed which will also be embedded on the site. The twitter feed will announce wins/ losses etc.

Some people have questioned our choice of using static html, we considered many options but in the end decided the safest model had complete separation between public web space and the SQL server + bitcoind. The second benefit is speed, the website loads instantaneously even on the slowest connection and being plain html enables proxies to cache the site with ease.

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July 29, 2012, 02:25:57 AM
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max bet and min bet have been increased.

Our 1st secret was:

Code:
339458893vr4rfgbrgbrtb4t545bvHBBG(&BybyybvVGHfy453457u81hk KL n VGCfdcyerCCfv,./,.;

We did have single rule change to correct fairness for the player midway so only later calculations will be correct unless you use the older formula sorry, but this is a public test Wink

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July 29, 2012, 02:36:36 AM
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I like your site, mainly because I just won 0.4 btc from you Tongue

Started a martingale on 19-36 0.1 lost but wont on 0.2 so time to stop I think Wink

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July 29, 2012, 11:20:47 AM
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I like your site, mainly because I just won 0.4 btc from you Tongue

Started a martingale on 19-36 0.1 lost but wont on 0.2 so time to stop I think Wink

Thanks mem, please come back and invest some more.

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July 29, 2012, 12:57:57 PM
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http://blockchain.info/tx-index/13815379/9c5d72789e70d9e40cbc91b9ac411565b6841603e11176800dc10c5ccb592a46

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