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  1. Thank you for the kind words. This is a one man operation so far but I've taken some suggestions from other players. I'm always open for ideas, though.
  2. There are always more on the way. I've been busy with other work so I've lowered the output from 1 per day to about 1 per week. The newest one is about the attachment to boosts. It's controversial but hilarious. I think so, anyways. I make an attempt to create all suggestions from players and Stake's staff.
  3. Well the society I live in is called Sin City and lotteries are banned here. lol. But gambling is perfectly acceptable and provides employment for tens of thousands of people.
  4. Agreed. Thank you for your sense of logic and reason.
  5. It's semantics mostly. Lotteries are still gambling. People gamble away life savings playing lotteries. The only differences I can think of from traditional or online gambling is that the games are mostly funded by a pool from lottery ticket purchases rather than the house and the flow of the process is a little different too. With traditional gambling, you place a bet, select your setup depending on the game, then the result or results are delivered by the house. With lotto there is usually a middleman that is not the house that acts as the vendor and a waiting period between receiving the ticket and finding out the results. Also the amount of people involved in one lotto round can be in the millions. But, mostly it's semantics. In lotto the wager is called a purchase. bottom line. They are the same and society is inherently stupid.
  6. "hahha, you believe jinxes?" Ummmmm. No. Did you read my post at all? I said the exact opposite. Even the title strongly suggests that I don't believe in jinxes. This is a very logical reply, actually.
  7. The instructions are in the OP. I even included a tutorial with pictures.
  8. How many times have you won a decent sized multiplier and then been flooded with PMs from friends and strangers alike? If you've been playing in crypto casinos for awhile, I'm sure the answer is "many times". This brings me to the topic of this post. How many times have you immediately lost after a big win while simultaneously answering this barrage of private messages? It seems logical to blame the people PMing you with their infinite words of wisdom. Telling you things like "Please withdraw" or "Don't bust, bro" or "Nice hit. I have no luck" or "Keep it up"...... Although the timing is perfectly aligned every time, I can assure you that with or without the flood of messages, you would've lost anyways. Here's why.... If you consider the odds of actually winning a high multiplier, you will find that to even hit one of these jackpots is ultimately rare. If the odds of hitting is 1 out of 10000000, what do you think the odds are of hitting twice in a short period of time? Well, the odds are exactly the same as they were the first time. Expecting to hit twice in the same timeframe is asking a lot from the universe. lol. Why do we feel the need to place blame on others? Whether it be a friend, the casino, the algorithm or the atmospheric pressure on mars and global warming, we, as humans, possess the desire to be in control of the events that fill our time on this planet. With gambling online, we push a button and the rest is up to blind luck. When things turn out in our favor, we like to take credit for the outcome but that too, was luck. I hate to take away your excuses but the fact of the matter is, the reason you busted wasn't because your inbox had fifty notifications. It was simply because you kept hitting the bet button trying to beat the odds.
  9. No prob. I use the verification feature often but I've only used to check what I would've rolled a few times. I never discovered anything big that I missed.
  10. Yeah. I rarely check what I would've rolled but I still think it's a cool feature. No problem. I'm full of useless knowledge.