I would be willing to bet anyone $1000, that if I livestreamed 20 limbo sessions in a row, that not 1 SINGLE session would I have a 60% win ratio, and over half of them would have a losing ratio of 60%. if provably fair wasn't rigged, and you take my bet, it should be a guaranteed winner for you. if not willing to accept the bet, that means you do in fact, think it is rigged.
would someone like to explain why every single time I bet more than my average bet on any stake originals, I get the most insanely long red streaks over and over again? It is such complete crap. and there is actually people on here that are so dumb, they can't see this garbage is rigged, I'm looking at you dupeddonk and all mods. I'm interested to know exactly how many people believe in the prov fair system, if it is the majority of members, I might just start up my own scam.
not random at all. try aiming for 2.00x on $5 for 50 bets, now, do the same thing, aim for 2.00x but now bet $0.50. notice anything? I bet you will. if you have not tried this out, don't even dare to tell people it's random because this proves otherwise. Don't listen to the employees here posting how 'random' it is, or how that it is just 'how gambling works'
adding a win/loss streak is not adding a 'huge' amount of information and shouldn't confuse even the stupidest of people. there is literally no information on the graph besides your total wins and losses. Do you think other casinos added the win/loss streak because they had nothing better to do? have you ever discussed limbo or dice strategy with anyone? if you have, I guarantee you the topic of losing streaks came up at some point. why? because people want that information. get it? also if stake was unable to modify results, there would definitely be some strats running for a month straight. why do you think that doesn't happen? for example, martingale can be done in a real casino on roulette by betting black or red and doubling your bet. we can all agree that the casino probably has no control over where the ball lands, meaning they cannot modify the result. so do they just let you keep using martingale to get your money back? no they don't because they have a table limit of how much you can bet. here, there is no limit to how much you can bet, but somehow, everyone still loses no matter how huge the balance. so if we are all gonna lose just by chance eventually anyways, why do casinos have limits but provably fair games do not? if the outcome isn't modified as they claim, they would have a bet limit just like a real casino. I understand casinos are operating to make money and that's fine, but to try and make everyone believe it is totally random is both dishonest, and a bit funny. if you could use martingale limitlessly on roulette and started with a $0.01 bet, you would never see a long enough losing streak to go broke. probably never in your entire lifetime and that is betting a full penny. remember, here you can bet a tiny fraction of a penny which should make it nearly impossible to lose
Does anyone agree with the mod? do you guys think adding a win/loss streak would clutter up the userface as he claims, or would it be beneficial to the customers?
mod, I don't think anyone will agree with you.