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Serlite last won the day on March 4

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    Serlite
  • Wagered (BTC)
    10.58449703
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    10.52978349
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  1. The fee you pay is still the same fee the transaction originally broadcast with. It goes down just like a normal transaction; the miner gets your fee when they mine it in a block. The only difference is that instead of completely filling their block with only transactions paying the highest fees, they set aside a bit of space for..."charity" cases, I suppose. The miss out on some extra profit, but it's a nice service to the Bitcoin community.
  2. There are transaction accelerators, which are basically a set amount of space some miners may set aside for people that ask to be included in their next block. It's a gamble, since the miner isn't guaranteed to mine the next block - but it sure beats having your transaction drown under a sea of much higher fees. They were incredibly useful during the massive mempool spike of 2017. Here's an example of that: https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator Though that's not very complex, so it's possible you were reading about Replace By Fee (RBF), which is basically rebroadcasting a transaction with a higher fee. That'd require the sender to do it though, Edward wouldn't have any influence over that. But it's also just possible that the mempool cleared up enough for the transaction to go through. No special requests needed. =P
  3. This one wasn't too tough, but the conditions were at least more interesting than a vanilla rollhunt! 01.79 Bet: 31,279,653,740 placed by Serlite on 20/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008700 Multiplier 8.00x Profit 0.00060872 10.70 Bet: 31,279,653,975 placed by Serlite on 20/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008700 Multiplier 8.00x Profit 0.00060872 For the dicebot script, it's just a variation of the old digit pattern hunt: chance=12.38 nextbet=0.000087 bethigh=false currency="Ltc" local hitFirst = false function dobet() -- break down roll number into comparable components local digit4 = round((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 10) local digit3 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 100 - digit4) / 10) local digit2 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 1000 - digit3 * 10 - digit4) / 100) local digit1 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) - digit2 * 100 - digit3 * 10 - digit4) / 1000) if win and isValidPattern(digit1, digit2, digit3, digit4) then print(tostring(lastBet.Roll)) print(tostring(lastBet.Id)) if hitFirst then stop() else hitFirst = true end else hitFirst = false end end function round(x) return math.floor(x + 0.5) end function isValidPattern(digit1, digit2, digit3, digit4) local digitSet = {digit1, digit2, digit3, digit4} local hit0 = containedInSet(0, digitSet) local hit1 = containedInSet(1, digitSet) return hit0 and hit1 end function containedInSet(x, set) for key, value in pairs(set) do if x == value then return true end end return false end
  4. Ooog...this one is certainly a grind. I stopped at 13 14 (okay, I'm really done now), but some others may have a patience to do more. Bet: 31,234,994,774 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,995,012 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,995,259 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,995,498 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,995,750 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,996,027 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,996,276 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,996,516 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,996,792 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,997,033 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,997,273 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,997,523 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,997,767 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 Bet: 31,234,998,023 placed by Serlite on 18/05/2019 Wagered 0.00008500 Multiplier 2.00x Profit 0.00008500 For the script...oog, I was tempted not to share one, because we're all competing. But hey! Why not give everyone a level playing field, if you want to grind away and try to get a longer streak, go for it! Basically, the script prints the longest streaks you hit as you hit them, so you don't need to manually check and compare them. chance=49.5 nextbet=0.000085 bethigh=true currency="Ltc" local bestStreak = 0 local streakNumbers = {} function dobet() if win then table.insert(streakNumbers, lastBet.Id) if bestStreak < currentstreak then print("New best streak: "..tostring(currentstreak)) printSet(streakNumbers) bestStreak = currentstreak end else streakNumbers = {} end end function printSet(set) local printedString = "" for key, value in pairs(set) do printedString = printedString..tostring(value).." " end print(printedString) end
  5. Yaaay, finally another interesting one to try out! This took about how long I expected, bit over 3k rolls. 68.86 Bet: 31,174,628,849 placed by Serlite on 16/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.02652000 86.68 Bet: 31,174,714,303 placed by Serlite on 16/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.02652000 And now, the script. Yeah, you could do this with just the rollhunt script and some manual tracking...but hey, why not fully automate it! As usual, paste it into the Code tab of Programmer Mode in dicebot, and update the currency/bet as needed: chance=98 nextbet=2.6 bethigh=false currency = "Doge" numbersToHunt = {06.60, 60.06, 16.61, 61.16, 26.62, 62.26, 36.63, 63.36, 46.64, 64.46, 56.65, 65.56, 76.67, 67.76, 86.68, 68.86, 96.69, 69.96} numbersHit = {} function dobet() -- break down roll number into comparable components local digit4 = round((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 10) local digit3 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 100 - digit4) / 10) local digit2 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 1000 - digit3 * 10 - digit4) / 100) local digit1 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) - digit2 * 100 - digit3 * 10 - digit4) / 1000) if containedInSet(lastBet.Roll, numbersToHunt) then local fullRollNumber = tostring(digit1)..tostring(digit2).."."..tostring(digit3)..tostring(digit4) local invertedRollNumber = tostring(digit2)..tostring(digit1).."."..tostring(digit4)..tostring(digit3) if numbersHit[invertedRollNumber] == nil then numbersHit[fullRollNumber] = lastBet.Id print("Hit "..invertedRollNumber..", "..tostring(lastBet.Id)) else print(numbersHit[invertedRollNumber]) print(lastBet.Id) stop() end end end function round(x) return math.floor(x + 0.5) end function containedInSet(x, set) for key, value in pairs(set) do if x == value then return true end end return false end
  6. That's different, a forum participation challenge! At least that gives Support some time to think up new types of betting challenges. =P https://forum.primedice.com/topic/35595-how-do-you-raise-your-money-in-the-casino-do-you-still-use-faucets/?do=findComment&comment=261278 https://forum.primedice.com/topic/35590-switch-overunder-on-win-loss-in-betting-dice/?do=findComment&comment=261310 https://forum.primedice.com/topic/35211-site-for-checking-the-price-for-you/?do=findComment&comment=261313 https://forum.primedice.com/topic/35536-jackpot-improvements/?do=findComment&comment=261319 https://forum.primedice.com/topic/35597-is-this-your-first-dicesite/?do=findComment&comment=261324
  7. This is my first! Way back when I signed up, I was just starting to learn about Bitcoin and all these new sites (and scams) that came with it. Honestly, the faucet was what first got my attention here, but the lively chat community was what kept me here. These days, I don't roll much - mostly just for challenges. I spend most of my time chatting, because you can meet all sorts of people in a place like this!
  8. I'm in complete agreement with your complaints about the jackpot - the way it's currently designed, it's an incredibly rare occurrence (77.77 twice in a row is a 1/100,000,000 chance), and the minimum bet of 0.0001 makes it prohibitively expensive for most normal players to have even the faintest hope of rolling enough to hit it. The manual reporting of the occurrence is also a real hassle, and even further diminishes the chances of anyone actually hitting, and noticing, the jackpot. I think aside from adding a lower minimum bet and automating detection of jackpot conditions, less restrictive conditions (like hitting the same number twice with three 7s in it, such as 77.70, 73.77, etc.) could help make the jackpot more of an interesting thing for normal players, and not just an impossible prize dangled out of reach. Naturally, for hitting the easier conditions, the prize would be further reduced - but that'd be fine. As long as people can actually hit a jackpot (any jackpot, big or small) once in a while, it could be considered an actual selling point for the site.
  9. I think for a long time now, I've kept a tab open for fork.lol whenever I'm at a computer. It just uses data from bitcoinaverage.com, but it has some interesting other metrics (like block times, estimated hashrate, etc). The site popped up back when Bitcoin Cash came into existence via hard fork, and since I've also got a bit of BCH still lying around, I figured I might as well just use that site to keep an eye on both.
  10. I think for a long time, the decision to keep the autobetting on Primedice pretty simple (without a lot of extra settings) was to ensure the learning curve wouldn't be too steep. I'm not sure if this stance has changed since this topic last came up, but back then the main message was that you could use third-party tools (like dicebot) to set up more complex betting patterns if you really needed them.
  11. These days, I really don't touch the faucet anymore. After the bevy of faucet nerfs, even the few seconds to complete a Captcha to claim it became a pretty poor use of time. The weekly forum challenges have become my new favourite way to grab some extra money on PD. Like I've frequently reminded people, most of those challenges are actually EV+, that is, on average they're actually profitable. So as long as you do that math beforehand, you can be pretty confident that your balance will benefit from hunting them.
  12. Hmmm, feel like the challenges are getting less complicated each time. XD Bet: 31,117,563,082 placed by Serlite on 14/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.02652000
  13. Weeell...this one wasn't too exciting, haha. But it sure was costly due to variance. Bet: 31,088,741,870 placed by Serlite on 13/05/2019 Wagered 2.80000000 Multiplier 66.00x Profit 182.00000000 Bet: 31,088,764,971 placed by Serlite on 13/05/2019 Wagered 2.80000000 Multiplier 66.00x Profit 182.00000000 And no script this time, because, come on - you can do this one by hand, can't you? =P
  14. This one was quite a slog! Definitely a step up in difficulty from the last one, with an expected roll count of about 1740 (rather than a few dozen). Still! Not as slow as hitting 5 numbers like in bingo...just potentially more expensive due to variance. 07.66 Bet: 31,060,342,176 placed by Serlite on 12/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 6.00x Profit 13.00000000 10.66 Bet: 31,060,456,524 placed by Serlite on 12/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 6.00x Profit 13.00000000 And the script! Just a typical rollhunt script, delete numbers as you hit them (paste this into the Code tab for Programmer mode of dicebot): chance=16.50 nextbet=2.6 bethigh=false currency = "Doge" numbersToHunt = {00.66, 01.66, 02.66, 03.66, 04.66, 05.66, 06.06, 06.66, 07.66, 08.66, 09.66, 10.66} function dobet() if containedInSet(lastBet.Roll, numbersToHunt) then print(lastBet.Roll) print(lastBet.Id) stop() end end function containedInSet(x, set) for key, value in pairs(set) do if x == value then return true end end return false end
  15. Whew, that was quick! 88.63 Bet: 31,028,484,435 placed by Serlite on 11/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 6.00x Profit 13.00000000 6.80 Bet: 31,028,507,150 placed by Serlite on 11/05/2019 Wagered 2.60000000 Multiplier 6.00x Profit 13.00000000 Now, the script - just a variation on earlier ones, swap "bethigh" to true or false based on whether you want to hunt over or under. Paste it into the Code tab of programmer mode in dicebot, and off you go: chance=16.50 nextbet=2.6 bethigh=true currency = "Doge" function dobet() -- break down roll number into comparable components local digit4 = round((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 10) local digit3 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 100 - digit4) / 10) local digit2 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 1000 - digit3 * 10 - digit4) / 100) local digit1 = round(((lastBet.Roll * 100) - digit2 * 100 - digit3 * 10 - digit4) / 1000) if win and isValidPattern(digit1, digit2, digit3, digit4) then print(tostring(lastBet.Roll)) print(tostring(lastBet.Id)) stop() end end function round(x) return math.floor(x + 0.5) end function isValidPattern(digit1, digit2, digit3, digit4) if digit1 == 6 or digit2 == 6 or digit3 == 6 or digit4 == 6 then return true end return false end
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