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  1. I currently have 15% rake back, as a bronze rank on stake. I personally think that it is really good, as in stake races, I am able to collect a small bonus at the end of the race. I think that for streamers it is 30%, which is more than double what I get. I am going to contact the support when I get my wager up a bit, to see if they are able to raise it. I do appreciate my current rake back though!
  2. I always have bad luck in plinko. I am hoping to have a nice streak on keno today though on low risk. Hopefully it pays out!
  3. I always use the vault as a way of storing my crypto. It is a lot better than transferring to and from stake, because of the transaction fees that occur with eth!
  4. I am going to try and go from $1 to $10 today with keno. Hopefully it pays out on low risk! It usually does well for me
  5. I have recently been very unlucky. From now on, I will maintain my bets and keep a large bank roll, so that I have enough to wager for the stake races in my vault. I am going to save up over the next 1.5 weeks for not this one, but the next stake race. I am determined to get a bonus in that one!
  6. I once pulled a $3000 knife from a $2.50 VGO case. This was my most unexpected win because I didn't think that the knife would be worth as much as that!
  7. I think that streamers would get the most use out of this. They probably get a tonne of people adding them, because they want money from them. It was a good idea to implement this for high rollers too because they probably have a bunch of beggars trying to add them!
  8. If you are trying to show the community that you are trying to give back to them, then go ahead and make a public tip If you are just giving to a friend, I would recommend that you make it private because you don't want people adding you, asking you for money.
  9. If you are going to max bet, plinko would be the best option, for me personally. If you go in with $20 on hard and you see the ball going towards the far left / far right, there is nothing more satisfying than that on stake!
  10. Contact support and they can try their best to solve this for you. I have seen something like this occur before where someone was able to log in to a streamer called "Loopoo" 's account and they were able to withdraw his balance because he didn't have 2FA enabled. I wish you the best with getting your account back and that the scammer didn't steal too much money from you
  11. I would say that you should only gamble with 1-10% of your bank roll. Sometimes, you can just have bad days where you don't make any money and you have the urge to go all in. Imagine if you had a bank roll of $1000. What I would do, is say that you are going to put in $10 for a session and your goal was $50-$100. As this is only a small percentage of your bank roll, you can afford to lose it. I see people that only have $100 wallets and they wager everything with it. This is how the house usually win the money from their users. Small wagers are also good for the mind. Going all in with $500 isn't healthy if you can't afford to lose it.
  12. My favourite games are any of the Olympic games. I just love this genre because of the number of game modes with it and you can easily play it with friends / family.
  13. Spyro The Dragon has to be the best ps1 game for me. I used to have so much fun with this game. Even though I wasn't able to complete the game, the story was so good for its time and the game play was actually amazing for the time too.
  14. I gamble every now and then, but I make sure not to gamble too often. I recently wrote and article about "Why is Gambling Addictive? Understanding the Science", and it states : "Gambling excessively can lead to dramatic alterations in the way the brain sends chemical messages, and gamblers often have genetic or psychological dispositions that make them prone to gambling too much. These factors can initiate a person's downward spiral into addiction" Also, a good point that it made was "The brain becomes conditioned into wanting more and more to trigger its reward system, to the point where its mental wiring becomes significantly altered, and getting it back to normal requires undoing weeks, months, or potentially even years of negative impact." This emphasis the fact that you should only gamble money that you can afford to lose for a small thrill. You should never wager amounts that you can't afford to lose, as it results in negative impacts and negative energy being rushed through your body. Make sure never to gamble too much, drink plenty of water and make sure to go outside for fresh air.