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AlGoreRhythm

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    AlGoreRhythm
  • Wagered (BTC)
    0.58144956
  • Wagered (ETH)
    3.30631403
  • Wagered (LTC)
    8.06041808
  • Wagered (BCH)
    0.02151263
  • Wagered (DOGE)
    48,313.56286

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  1. I think the best format would be various starting blind levels/buy in amounts of sit & go tournament style poker. I used to play the smaller buy in tourneys around town but all the casinos have adopted this horrible practice of 'unlimited rebuys' for the first hour. Seriously, not one casino offers a tourney without this option (maybe the expensive ones do, I dunno) So that's it - I suggest single table sit & go tournament style games with the 'host' choosing any options (buy in amount, starting chips, starting blinds and round times)
  2. Where have you been? There's about three dozen crypto ATMs in Las Vegas. Get with the times
  3. I've spent the last hour trying to figure out the format of what I'm trying to find,........there's more than one,.....uh oh
  4. You neglected bankroll management. I'm not really talking about session bankroll but lifetime bankroll.
  5. Katarina is funny. The Provably fair system is basically telling you the software works properly,...that's it. All that the work that is checked comes AFTER the hashing, right? Well, what if the software limits/restricts the the outcomes (say, no HUGE wins) BEFORE the hashing? what then? In your dealer with the deck of cards analogy, you are given an incomplete deck to cut. I cannot prove ANY of this. I apply common sense and watch/observe a LOT.
  6. HILO: 789,216,587 placed by AlGoreRhythm on 14/09/2018 Wagered 0.00001200 Multiplier 17.2582x Profit 0.00019510
  7. I may have to rethink my whole keno approach
  8. Yes, I fully agree,.....Litecoin giveaways everywhere
  9. LTC by far is the preferred crypto. I used to mine it and has cheap fees that I turned to when big daddy bitcoin got too big for its britches and the fee rose to $20 a transaction. I seriously doubt Satoshi Nakamoto had that in mind when he created bitcoin. I think Dash is better but it hasn't caught on with the masses,.....I have no clue why that is.
  10. No way! Bigmann23 was muted?? I find that hard to believe (I still need a sarcasm font)
  11. I find it is best to constantly change the strategy used,....I shall add this one to the collection. Thanks
  12. I question the veracity of your claim. How do you know 17 & 21 are the most frequent numbers?
  13. Still new to posting,.....lemme see if I can figure this out
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