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Stevenwonder

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    Stevenwonder
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  1. Great question.. basically you have to post to the right section and see if you get any satoshi for it. 1% chance you guess right but during the holidays they were paying 2x the rate...which of the posts I made..I made 2x0. Dont even try...its not worth it. It is really flawed how they do it because they cant seem to figure out how to do it right, so they have probably got less traffic out of the whole ordeal.
  2. And I’m guessing nobody listened...oh well. I tried to make make you all some money haha
  3. Never lost more anywhere else. Theres my 5. oh and lemme guess double rewards of 0 for this post for a total of 0.
  4. I know that this site/forum isn't too popular with American Football but I think one of the easier wins you will find on here will be to pick LSU -6.5 @ 1.94. This LSU team is the best I have seen in a while and they will cover the -6.5 spread. As somebody who watches a lot of collegiate football in America, I don't see Clemson being able to match up with LSU's defensive front and this should be a 10-17 point victory for the LSU Tigers. Clemson has not faced a team this year that is as potent as LSU. This will be the easiest crypto you make all year when it comes to Gambling..LSU -6.5 all damn day.
  5. The forum rewards are what exactly? trying to get double rewards per post, if you post in the right section?
  6. I've never "lost" that much. I have started at $50, went up to around $8,000 and then proceeded to get my balance down to $0 making very irrational bets. Perrsonally, I dont count that as a $8,000 loss though. Until it's in my wallet, I don't count playing with a gain as a loss. The only amount I consider a loss is the $50.
  7. I'd say a gambling addiction is worse than an alcohol addiction, just for the simple reason that you are losing physical health but you also put your financial well-being in jeopardy. There's a point when you drink alcohol where your body can't physically handle it so, in most cases, it kind of shuts down (hopefully not resulting in death, of course) but with gambling, it's not like your body passes out after you lose x amount of money. We've all heard of or even known people who have put what they have and even what they don't have, on the line and have gambled away everything and put themselves in debt they can never get out of. That being said, if you can gamble responsibly, then it can be a fun form of entertainment, but never should be considered a way to add income. If you are prone to being addicted to things easily, gambling is one of the worst things and i almost think it's harder to quit then alcohol. Drugs, Gambling, and Alcohol would be 1,2,3 in my book.
  8. if we do it while doing cartwheels over fire, can you throw in an extra $5...wont do it unless thats the case
  9. It's like the big HYIP thing in the early to mid 2000's. It's destined to crash soon but taking the risk that it might turn out to be something is where the thrill is at. Because Bitcoin will always be considered a success (no matter what value it holds 50 years from now) people will always hope they hit the next bitcoin investment. Had bitcoin failed, you wouldn't see any of this that you see today. Where there's success, there are failures to replicate or reproduce. It's one of the oldest trends the world has seen. This just happens to be within the crypto realm.
  10. I will say their blackjack is probably the most house favorable blackjack I’ve seen. Countless times they pull 21 and I agree that it’s getting a bit fishy
  11. I am surprised there is no thread already about this, but I have my money on the under of 56,5 total points scored. Has anybody else laid any money on the big American football game?
  12. Great contest! Tried to get some pics I haven’t seen up to this point!
  13. I think it all is about the mindset going into the particular session by the individual that is, of course, the ultimate factor. I call it “the theory of flawed trajectory” in what you are describing. Here’s what I mean by that: In most situations there is always a floor and there is always a ceiling. That could be from a physical level (as in an actual floor or an actual ceiling) to a figurative aspect (i.e. climbing a corporate ladder from entry-level to CEO) Most situations like this have people in a psychological limit of accomplishing reaching the highest level. As such, you don’t see people trying to break through a ceiling because they want to see what it is like above the ceiling or in the figurative example I gave, you don’t see people trying to get past a CEO level of a company since that’s the highest position in a company. Those ideas in mind, gambling is a lot different. When you deposit and play, there is no cap to what you can win. You could win 22 million Bitcoin and you’d probably think that Stake would pay you the equivalent of 1 million in other crypto. That trajectory of course is exaggerated but the basis of the idea is that you know where your floor is, which is 0, but your ceiling can’t be rationalized because there are no limitations. Stake doesn’t say “you can only win 2x your deposit then you automatically have to cashout” otherwise they wouldn’t be in business because they, just like every other casino, depend on your irrational thinking to make their money. They want you to win just enough to make you think you can win more, because that’s when you start to lose. And when you lose, your mind starts to panic. If you deposit one bitcoin and all of a sudden you go from one to two, then lose to go back down to one, chances are you have 2 stuck in your head. You feel like a loser if you don’t get back to that number you once had. You got there before, so you can get there again. And if luck comes your way with getting back to two, your mind has now set that as your starting point and odds are you won’t cash out anything less than 2 bitcoin. That’s basically what my theory is on flawed trajectories and how it perfectly aligns with what you are describing.
  14. Games like Keno are already integrated in most casinos. It’s just bingo, except there are no matching patterns, just matching the numbers you choose. Chartbet, Plinko, and Mines seem like they’d be too much of a hassle to set up each and every round that a player wants to play. Of course we already know that baccarat, roulette, blackjack, and diamond poker (or at least a very similar version of beating the dealer’s hand) are already a part of most every physical location casino you would go to. Casinos won’t ever include physical games of skill because they would be bound to lose a whole lot of money doing that. Casinos only rely on games of chance with a house advantage so that they can make money. Excluding poker rooms, which is a game of skill, but ultimately they make their money off of raking a certain percentage of a pot. So to answer your question, only in fantasy land would the games you mentioned turn into physical versions, just because of the sheer hassle that it would take to set them up.
  15. I usually try to at least double my deposit as an initial goal. I do larger percentages of my bankroll for each bet knowing that the more you play the more games you lose. So if I deposit .5 BTC, my first bet will usually be .05 if I’m trying hard to make some money and that’s on a game like blackjack. If I’m just playing for fun, I’ll usually cut that down to .01. Surprisingly odds say that the smartest thing you can ever do when gambling is take the amount you were willing to lose and place it all on one bet then walk away with either your winnings or with nothing. Casinos, both online and physical locations, want you to stay for as long as you can because their house edge equates into that. The more hands you play (if your bet stayed constant) the more they are going to win til they slowly bleed you down to nothing.
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