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  1. My goal is always to earn 0.01 a day but sometimes it is too hard to make it, so I will just try and go for it but with minimal bets so I can recover the losses.
  2. Not sure if it will be 2000 end of 2017, but my guess it will fluctuate between 1-1.5k and maybe in 2018/19 we can see 2000+
  3. iceman

    Do you smoke??

    Nope I don't smoke and never will.
  4. Yeah I like BTC and since I found it out 2011, im still after it, also when buying games online I use it instead of paypal/skrill id required bla/bla stuff.. but I regret I didn't buy a lot when it was cheap.
  5. This what I use Glen SELECT * FROM 'bet' where (lucky LIKE '11.11' OR lucky LIKE '22.22' OR lucky LIKE '33.33' OR lucky LIKE '44.44' OR lucky LIKE '55.55' OR lucky LIKE '66.66' OR lucky LIKE '77.77' OR lucky LIKE '88.88' OR lucky LIKE '99.99') lucky is a decimal field,not a varchar, and since you're not using wildcards (for example to look for rolls >=77.00 and <78) you should use = instead of like. Like is much much slower. A better/faster query would be: SELECT * FROM bet where lucky =11.11 OR lucky =22.22 OR lucky =33.33 OR lucky =44.44 OR lucky =55.55 OR lucky =66.66 OR lucky =77.77 OR lucky =88.88 OR lucky =99.99 Not that it matters, I guess most users DB files aren't large enough for these queries to have any noticible effect on the efficiency Oh I see, better way to query I guess.. I just got that way from Stackoverflow and put the logic into mine.
  6. Bitsler is boring seriously no need to compare it against PD
  7. Not sure why it is still not added? many sites I have seen that has a forum will put a link in there to it, like "community", so newbies will know that a forum exists, because I have seen some people asking and saying "really" Edit: just realized I have posted in forum suggestion rather than PD suggestions..
  8. I have heard around 2011-12, while just searching for CPA money making on youtube, and one video suggestion was there "earning bitcoins" and I was like WTF is Bitcoins and later on I got to know more about it.
  9. I use this inloop.github.io/sqlite-viewer/ to view the db Then this to query the roll numbers SELECT * FROM 'bet' where (lucky LIKE '11.11' OR lucky LIKE '22.22' OR lucky LIKE '33.33' OR lucky LIKE '44.44' OR lucky LIKE '55.55' OR lucky LIKE '66.66' OR lucky LIKE '77.77' OR lucky LIKE '88.88' OR lucky LIKE '99.99') This what I use Glen SELECT * FROM 'bet' where (lucky LIKE '11.11' OR lucky LIKE '22.22' OR lucky LIKE '33.33' OR lucky LIKE '44.44' OR lucky LIKE '55.55' OR lucky LIKE '66.66' OR lucky LIKE '77.77' OR lucky LIKE '88.88' OR lucky LIKE '99.99')
  10. 11 greens at 2.1x recently and I was randomly changing over/under.
  11. Simple enough just share your rig specs here or if you want to build a rig. Currently on : CPU : Intel core i5 4460 GPU: MSI TwinFrozr GTX 760 RAM: 8GB Gskill Storage: 1TB HDD and 120gb SSD
  12. Posted in wrong sections .. Anyways I am not lucky in high chances, frequent reds everywhere.
  13. Yes true, this is what bitsler has? PD should also have it, it is pain when you need to send tips to many users.
  14. Deep1 Jr.Member I don't post much there.
  15. I've been doing some ReactJS lately. Very promising, it's like writing custom html components in js. I like it's "Virtual DOM", which basically is the DOM (which itself is virtual) but then virtualized. This means you're basically working in virtual virtual HTML. You'd probably think, why the fuck would you use another DOM, and wouldn't it be much slower? The answer is NO: ReactJS is very fast and that's because, when modifying DOM elements, React will modify this in the Virtual DOM. When rendering, React will diff it's virtual DOM with the "normal" DOM and push through the differences. The big difference with other libraries here, is that ReactJS ONLY changes the things that are needed, rather than unnecessarily updating whole elements. I don't have a lot of experience with Angular, but that's the next one on my list, I read that Angular 4.0 was just released, which makes it even more interesting. Nice, it is interesting one, I might try it soon. I haven't still tried the new Angular 4, but first I will be experimenting with ReactJS
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