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Everything posted by nytewind

  1. LOL @ "dire" last comment before I go... have always suspected that 1) Athena is a man 2) ultra is Athena but pisses off too many people so needs dual screennames and a vpn.. but who cares if this is true or not.. 3) take your sub-culture threats of "dire" anything somewhere else. i'll not be threatened by a nobody on the internet... *logs out forgood*
  2. 1) it's not relevant to this matter since it was written off. 2) no. 3) mind your own business. it doesn't pertain to you ... 4) you're too big for your britches. nobody put you in charge of anything why the fuck am I even responding here... someone ban my account please?
  3. frankly I don't care if you validate the info or not - Athena's trying to get FAR MORE than he loaned out by preying on someones family emergency.. who the hell does that? you knew I had a fking DEATH in the family and had to liquidate every asset I had, and your instinct is to try and gouge me for a 500% profit margin? go buy a fuckin' SOUL with all your loan payments. i'm outty 5000 and have you blocked on the other site as well. have a nice life.
  4. regardless. you could have issued the default sooner. this matter is resolved in my eyes and will not be addressed further. i'm logging out for good. deal with it.
  5. Per the loan statement was 0.005 with 10% over a max of 5 days meaning a max payout of 0.0075 - after being late I felt bad and overpaid him to the tune of 0.0094 which can be validated by support. I am leaving prime dice and I am not paying this member another dime -- please see original unedited post. goodbye. PS.. inour telegram message I said I would LIKE to be able to pay you as much as 0.1 - I NEVER said that I would. I said I would over pay a bit until it felt right.... a 0.005 loan with a max of 50% interest being paid to almost 0.01 is far more than enough.
  6. give it a listen -- should i make a cleaner version for youtube? Recording_16.wav
  7. are you resetting to base after big win?
  8. I had the binary... couldn't find the code needed in the ribbons..... and I did have a ffeling the CMYK came into play................... damn...
  9. Currently it is only for desktop but a mobile version is in the works you can play for free in the freerolls they have many daily and win CHP
  10. Football.. basketball seems less painful.... Skydiving or Bunjee Jumping?
  11. uh wwe're talking about poker tho
  12. Netflix it's cheaper stargate sg1 or stargate atlantis
  13. well that really depends on the tact of the person expressing it... are they like mister peanut butter from bojack horseman? then yea they're oblivious and not really in tune with people around them... means they're actually just kinda self centered imho someone who's got the right mix will be able to express positivity to someone who's in a bad mood IF THEY KNOW THEM WELL ENOUGH, in such a way that will help lift their spirits. sometimes people just need to be left alone tho and anyone whos wnyone needs to respect that
  14. Then you already follow the law of attraction\bink and just aren't aware that is what it's called hehehe all I did was label it
  15. give it a whirl! coinpoker.com has a new freeroll tounry series coming out... you can also play legal poker for free at globalpoker and on jackpotpoker for free on steam
  16. wsop\Zynga poker is garbage now... Get yourself over to coinpoker.com download the app its the download button on the upper right. you can't buy chips since the ICO is over, but you can play in the freeroll tournaments and win free CHP which is also a cryptocurrency... yea dude.. free freakin' money if you're even HALF decent at poker I started poker less than a month ago and I've earned over 1000 chips in tournament play that's over 500bucks usd
  17. Calculated risks -- part 1 of a multi-part series discussing multi-table-tournaments in poker and other gambling calculations as they pertain to tablegames Today we're breaking down the calculated risk of multi table tourney play in poker. We're going to visit the 3 facets that really impact your risk-calc. Defining a calculated risk can be a challlenge in and of itself. Making the most the +EV play is often a product of experience more than the ability to calculate any sort of odds. One of the biggest misconceptions in poker is that good players are able to figure out any type of odds right off the top of their heads. While it is true that having a general grasp on odds can be helpful, it is not going to make you a ton of money. Anyone can work on calculating odds, but only a skilled player will be able to critically analyze a situation. How you calculate your risk is the only thing that matters. If you estimate that you are going to force a fold about 40% of the time that you go all in, but are actually only going to get a fold around 10% of the time, what use is the number that you just came up with? This is the reason why experience is so incredibly valuable. There is no question that making an accurate calculated risk is infinitely harder than coming up with any calculation at all. When and how you make a calculated risk will depend on your image at the table, the stage of the tournament, and any opponents who are still involved in the hand. If you can run through this checklist and figure out where you stand, you are probably going to be right a fair amount of the time. Your Image Your image at the table will matter in any type of game that you play, and tournament poker is no exception. Think about all of the hands that you had played up to this point. Were there a number of hands where you made big bets and were caught bluffing? Did you always show down the nuts when it came time for showdown? You should always be aware of how the other players are viewing your play. Once you have this in check, you can then decide whether a certain play is likely to succeed. Say you just flopped a big flush draw after making a pre flop raise. You had previously shown down a complete bluff when you were caught on the river. If you make a bet on the flop, get called, and brick the turn, what is your best course of action? Some players might think that going all in will maximize their fold equity. They would also consider that there is a shot they will get called and end up hitting their hand on the river. While all of this might be true in a vacuum, the fact that you recently showed down a bluff will make your opponents that much more likely to call. This is a spot where going all in on the turn is a risk, but checking on the turn is calculated. If you had a tight image at the table, however, you would be making a calculated risk. If your image was that of a tight player, the other players would lean towards a fold for fear of you having a hand. Reputation and past hands will be a helpful guide in determining what your next move should be. Stage of the Tournament The stage of the tournament will come into play with nearly all of the decisions that you make, whether they are large or small. If you are thinking about pulling off any type of big play, take a look at what you stand to gain and what you stand to lose. Are you already in the money and gunning for a big chip lead, or are you working with a short stack trying to make a min cash? Of course, a big stack will allow for a lot more leverage and aggression than a short stack, but the stage of the tournament will matter even more. A short stack who is nowhere near the money is better off going all in than a short stack who could make the money if just one other player busts. You shouldn’t aim for a min cash, but sometimes it is better to go after something rather than nothing at all. This is an example of how a short stack would calculate its risk differently depending on where they are in the multi table tournament. Opponents Your opponent should be the most glaring and obvious aspect of virtually any play that you make. Knowing how a player tends to play will make your life a thousand times easier. This element of making calculated risks in tournaments is very straight forward. Don’t bluff the players who never fold, don’t call the players who never bet, and so on and so forth. Assuming that you have been paying attention to what is going on at your table, knowing how to play against any particular player should be relatively easy.
  18. Today we visit the concept of "Think Bink". After a short discussion with poker player and founder of THINK BINK, I quickly realized that I ALREADY THINK BINK! Below is Cory Waalands story and excerpt from our intervew: So what is bink? If you don't play poker or ever seen the movie "Babies Day Out" chances are you've never heard the word "bink" in your life, so what is it? Well it's not in Webster's yet but below is the bink-nation dictionary version of the word. -- At first glance, "ThiNk BiNk" can seem like just a catchy phrase but to understand the meaning behind this positivity movement you must first know the humble beginnings from which it grew. In 2012, I was at rock bottom and found myself at a crossroads. Either continue living in a place far from home, trying to salvage a relationship with a girl I was never meant to be with OR accept my friend John's offer to move into his garage and get back to doing what I do best; poker. At the time it wasn't easy but I chose the latter and over the next three months dedicated everyday to bettering my current situation, mentally and financially. Often times John's girlfriend, Brandy, would come in as we were playing and write inspirational messages on a whiteboard hanging on the wall. One fateful day she walked in and wrote the words "ThiNk BiNk" and the lightning bolt immediately struck. It said so much while saying very little and quickly I realized these two words had potential to literally change the world! From that day forward John and I always said it to each other instead of the typical "good luck" when deep in a tournament. We started to embrace what it meant to ALWAYS be positive, even if "lady luck" wasn't on our side. As time went on we realized more and more this wasn't just for poker, it was for life! We must CHOOSE to have a positive attitude about every situation thrown at us because a negative mind would NEVER lead to a positive life. What began in the most accidental and honest of ways had now fully evolved into our philosophy on and off the poker tables. To us it wasn't just a way of life, it was THE way of life! Leading up to the 2014 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas I had 50 patches made; 25 black and 25 red. My plan being every time I heard someone speak negatively at the table I'd throw him/her a patch and say something like, "happiness is a choice ya know, ThiNk BiNk!". Fast forward to seven WSOP rings & 500 patches later, people were really starting to take notice and asking regularly where they could get some gear. The growth was so natural and organic that I had suddenly found myself at another crossroads. I could let this be as far as it went OR listen to the universe and get to work spreading this message to as many people as I could, starting in the poker world. Think you know which path I chose After months of hard work designing the logos/website and days at the Print Bros shop in Florida, the inaugural pieces were born! I remember when I slipped that first shirt over my head and a flood of emotions came as I visualized John's garage and how far we had come. If you would have told me back in 2012 that two words on a dry erase board could turn into a full blown positivity movement, I would have believed you. But if you then told me everything it would take to turn those two words into a brand, it probably never would have happened. Life has a funny way of working itself out though and now a simple message started in the poker world will hopefully catch on and spread like wildfire all over the globe! So to sum it up, it's not just a catchy phrase and has nothing to do with luck. It's a positive mindset lifestyle and in my opinion, THE way of life!!! - Cory "BiNks" Waaland - ============================ Thoughts on the law of attraction Everything is Vibration The first concept to wrap your head around is understanding the fundamental law of the Universe - the Law of Vibration. Every single thing from the largest stars and planets in space, all the way down to the tiniest grain of sand, is in a constant state of vibration. This can be difficult to believe as everything around us seems so solid. If everything is vibration why can’t I put my hand right through this computer that I’m now typing on? The answer is found within the terms frequency and arrangement. Your brain is so smart that it has taken the vibrations all around you, and learned how to translate it into your “reality” in a way so that you can’t even recognise its vibration. Think about it... What are the colours that you perceive? If you’ve studied any science then you know that colour is just a vibration at a particular frequency. What are the sounds that you hear? They are nothing more than vibrations that your brain has translated in order to make sense out of it. From this knowledge, it can be stated that your entire “reality” is all within your head. There is nothing “out there” even though it seems like it. It’s the case of the popular question, “if a tree falls in a forest and nobody’s there to hear it, does it make a sound?” The idea is that you cannot experience your reality without actively perceiving it and this is the fundamental basis of the Law of Attraction. Even after you have proof that everything around you is vibration it is still very hard for us to grasp this on an emotional level (this just emphasises how weak our logic is compared to our emotions). Logically accepting this truth is much different than actually believing this truth and applying it to your life. Stay with me, it will all start making sense. In order to begin consciously creating your reality, begin believing that everything is vibration. Take some time out of your day, and sit and just attempt to visualise the vibrational nature of everything around you. Quiet your mind and really feel the vibration of the sounds and the air around you. Suspend any doubts you may have for just a few minutes and give it a go. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Like Attracts Like The second concept to grasp is that the fundamental principle of the Law of Vibration is that vibrations of similar frequency are drawn together. Think about two droplets of water that are slowly moving towards each other. What happens as they get closer? They eventually get close enough that they attract each other and become one droplet of water instead of two separate ones. This occurs because they are of like vibration. Now, think about the same phenomena with a droplet of water and a droplet of oil. No matter how close you put them together they will not become one with each other. This is because their vibrations are too different from one another. This is the idea that the Law of Attraction is based on. If you want to bring about something in your life, regardless of what it is, begin vibrating at a level that is congruent with your desired reality. This is such a huge idea! Think about it! If 1) Everything is vibration and, 2) Vibrations of similar frequencies are drawn together and, 3) You have the ability to control your vibration; then you can most certainly control the conditions of your life! The problem comes about whenever we attempt to control our reality without first adjusting our vibration. No amount of physical manipulation will create the world that we wish to see. All of the work is done on the inside, in our minds. This means that no amount of action alone will produce the results that we desire. However, once we gain the ability to condition our minds to our desired frequencies of vibration, our physical reality quickly follows suit and reflects back to us our new vibration. Take the time to think deeply about these ideas and see if they don’t make sense to you both logically and emotionally. If you think long and hard enough you will come to the same conclusions that the great leaders of humanity’s past have all come to: that is, we create our own reality.
  19. hahaha yes there was rage-quitting involved hahha
  20. The idea: 2 players each ante into the pot their agreed upon bet (or if a player raises the other must call or forfeit the pot) 2 dice are rolled. each die has 9 10 j q k a on them highest card or pair wins the pot, ties are then broken on next roll. any tie rolls are null and ignored. ==================== EXAMPLE: John has 100,000 satoshi in his bankroll He wagers 10k satoshi on the pot and waits for someone to accept his wager. Bill accepts his wager, and bill has 100k also. Bill now has the option to 'call' the bet and let the dice roll, or he can RAISE the bet -- at this point john must either CALL and match Bills bet, or he must FOLD and forfeit the pot without seeing the dice roll. Maximum of 1 raise per roll allowed maximum of 2 poker hands per duel session - barring tiebreaker situations. ==========DOUBLE OR NOTHING RULE======== If a player has lost both consecutive pokerdice hands in a duel, they may call 'double or nothing' they are now risking 2x the total winnings of the entire session. both players must click accept before double-or-nothing roll happens--or coinflipped...) I think this would bring a new facet of dice-style play to the site, while also gaining some love from the card players who wouldn't have previously played. I speak to players on poker sites on a daily basis who all tell me they would try dice games if it was less like numbers and more like pairs and hands of cards they could "read". the poker feel of it just gives the illusion of skill-play.