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Seed, When Enough is Enough


seanwattson
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Hey guys! Throwing this out their to see if it sticks in hopes to getting some of your thoughts and opinions on this. When rolling on a seed and it starts to go flabby (all red!) When is enough red to make you change seed. I have always had a really big hit after a long set of reds over weeks. It has started to cost me some money but I am worried that if I change the seed I will miss the next "big hit". Do I keep losing money and hope its j u.s t a couple of rolls away or do I just say fk it, and start over? Do you ever have this thought? When is enough, enough? 

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Trust me it's completely random that u can expect anything from nowhere, one of my friends played x2 dice and lost 21 games in a row so changing the seed is may becomes fortunate may becomes unfortunate,So that's why  it's called gambling :)

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This is what you call representativeness heuristic which is in conjunction to gambler's fallacy. Changing seed or not does not matter since you never know what will happen on the next consecutive rolls (due to randomness). Changing seed is like playing Deal or No Deal but allows you to change briefcases. Whatever you hold will change value but you will never know what it contains until you open (use) it.

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In every situations of betting here @stake.com , I always experienced almost the same feeling every time, lower or higher ODD's the situation is always 50/50.. but when it comes to seed setting up.. Nobody can tell which is best and which are not... Your Fortune will answer it..

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When I have big strings of red in a seed I do not change easily, because after that sea of reds at some point there will always be big strings of reds, if you have patience and increase the base at the right time you can leave with a good balance.

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Worn-out seeds aren't true because the game is random. The game has an infinite number of seeds and it is virtually impossible that a certain roll or session would be exactly the same as an another (or in your favor as you expect it) because the result is mathematically computed and not manipulated. There's also the nonce...

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Like everyone said already, changing the seed doesn't change your odds. It's real purpose is to verify your bets locally to make sure you aren't cheated by the casino. By the way, I wrote the Provably Fair browser extension for that in case you actually want to verify:  https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ahooddoodalfhhjfpdgcmkklhfefjdem :)

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oh yes of course i do. When i have suffered enough and loss enough and just gotten sick and fed up with it thats when i have had enough with my seed and i go and change my seed pair and announce it in chat because its a big thing for a player to do. Seed pair is what hold all your wins and losses. if its rotten there will be more losses then wins and must be exposed of

 

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yes rolling changed at the same seed after so many reds, but that can cost so much so i usually dont wait, i change seed after few hundred reds, and it worked as well, i keep changing my seed untill i find good one, after some wins i change that because i know after few greens big red streak is coming.

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Not sure about all this seed thing but I don't find it that helpful changing seeds. So I keep the good seeds I see for a very long time. I don't know but in every seeds I had there are always parts where it's like the reds is unbelievable. Like in dice, it's like it's evading the green parts every bet you make at some point until you bust even at low payouts even with changing sides. 

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Yeah i've felt this, sometimes the seed can fuck you over, but the next thing you know you're getting a huge win, just you need to be in the right time in the right place, such as in the right game without rolling over your seed.

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I always hope not to change my seed because I feel that my seed which i keep will give it's payouts one time or the other. 

If i am hunting 100x and get 100 rolls of loss, i don't stop there because i know that seed soon enough will give me a win... changing seed means the probability resets all over to get 100x again

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Oh, whenever I get long red streak I feel uncomfortable to play. After getting unnatural red streak I change the seed most often. While I hunt 100× I have faced more than 700 reds without any hit a lot of times. So when I get more then 300 reds on that payout I change my seed. Then start newly in a hope that the I will get early hit, good green streak. 

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  • 2 months later...

Hey guys

What i think is, all those trying for a Higher Multiplier should play with the same seed

And all those hitting small profits should keep changing their seed depending on its Hits. 

I hope you ppl have also noticed this. 

Good Luck :)

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  • 4 weeks later...

Yes I also experience this often and honestly it is very confusing as you say.

In this case, I once forced with a bad seed and the result I lost 100%, I was a little hesitant to replace the seed and I think it's better to move to other games like BJ, dice or something like that to recover.

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There is no good or bad seed. After you set seeds pair you also choose game and settings. Seeds pairs can be good for some games and settings, in other game same seeds pairs are disaster. So good or bad seeds don't exist, just bad luck with choosing game and settings. That's all in this topic, that you can say.

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