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  1. Bet: 67,035,374,404 placed by a1231a on 08/09/2020 Wagered 0.00010000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000102 Bet: 67,036,322,212 placed by a1231a on 08/09/2020 Wagered 0.00010000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000102 Bet: 67,037,511,393 placed by a1231a on 08/09/2020 Wagered 0.00010001 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000102
  2. Bet: 49,811,776,728 placed by a1231a on 11/02/2020 Wagered 0.00000100 Multiplier 77.95x Profit 0.00007695 Bet: 49,811,777,104 placed by a1231a on 11/02/2020 Wagered 0.00000100 Multiplier 77.95x Profit 0.00007695 Bet: 49,820,981,650 placed by a1231a on 11/02/2020 Wagered 0.00000100 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000001
  3. Yep. I do all I can to avoid "rage betting." It has done nothing good for me in the past.
  4. Playing dice is definitely gambling. You are placing a bet without knowing the outcome. So I consider myself both a gambler and a player of dice.
  5. I'm happy when I am steadily climbing. The most important thing for me to do is not tilt. If I am not tilting, I am playing happily.
  6. You can set profit goals for yourself. That's what I do. But I also take any profit I get. Meaning, if I just hop on for a few rolls and get a bit of profit, I don't act like I wish I had stayed on to get more profit. Profit adds up over time.
  7. If I play without an objective, I only stay on for a small amount of time then I get off. I do this numerous times throughout a given day. If I'm up to setting an objective, then that's what I do.
  8. The best way for me to tell when I need to take a break is gauging how much mental energy I have in me. If I have energy, I can play better than without the energy. What I mean is that most of the times I have tilted was a result of me playing while fatigued/not taking it seriously. Taking dicing seriously is also as important as having enough energy I would argue.
  9. The idea of sitting back and watching automated betting do its job is entertaining. But I also like to be in control of what's going on, so I do 99% of my betting manually. With that said, I don't think there is any harm with experimenting with automated betting by setting safe stop losses.
  10. Human psychology is definitely on the side of casinos. Even with intense control over one's emotions, I would say that a negative reaction to seeing an unwanted red is still possible. That as a result can turn into tilting.
  11. Here's how I incorporate the gambler's fallacy into my play: The gambler's fallacy is of course a real thing. Each roll is independent. But there is also probability involved which is also a real thing. Finding a balance between the two, taking into account your bankroll and not tilting are what I consider important traits to playing well.
  12. Bet: 49,688,409,724 placed by a1231a on 10/02/2020 Wagered 0.00010000 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00010000 Bet: 49,688,412,211 placed by a1231a on 10/02/2020 Wagered 0.00010000 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00010000 Bet: 49,688,414,830 placed by a1231a on 10/02/2020 Wagered 0.00010000 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00010000 Bet: 49,688,417,590 placed by a1231a on 10/02/2020 Wagered 0.00010000 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00010000
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