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dicyprime

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  1. I think it depends on the definition of pro gambler. It might be possible to put away enough money and to risk it, and live of it for a while. And until a bust come in theory that person is a pro gambler, cause they don't work and live off the winnings. However it can be argued that the game cannot be beaten, since these gambler could simply be the lucky bunch out of many who try to do the same.
  2. Thank you very much for your reply. I feel for all addicts because of addictions in areas outside of gambling. With gambling I lost too much ones, the type of money I have to pay back for months, and I never done that again. Be your own doctor when it comes to personal addictions, I feel its better to keep the addiction within acceptable parameters than to loose it forever. I was able to meter and control substances because I hated living without them after quitting, but of course sometime quitting is the only option.
  3. I had to change the way I think about gambling after a few big losses. There is no chasing losses or recovery for me anymore, in fact after the last big loss I stopped "gambling". I still play everyday and like to test strategies but I don't try to make any significant money from it, as that would require risking significant cash as well. I did not recover the losses, but I also didn't loose too much more after that, and that makes me happy
  4. I can give you some links to take a look at, first one is sprouting calculator https://sproutingcalculator.com/ Second one is their homepage and they have some info there http://beancash.org/ Sprouting is staking, that's what they call it, a network reward. They call their pos proof of bean.
  5. I think they started with BitBean, and than renamed. I myself found out about them by accident, and liked what I read. It's a little different because like you said it's not a well known and circulating currency. Maybe more for a gambler, for when the next bull comes.
  6. Cool coin, been around for a while, can be sprouted, which is like pos. Have you tried sprouting some, do you like it? So far people I talked to seem to like them, and say they are cool, what do you think?
  7. I like to store some crypto too, so if I bust, I try not to depo more. It's important not to get carried away and loose everything, gambling is meant to be fun, otherwise loosing too much can be quite easy. Holding crypto is like gambling too, it can certainly go up in the future.
  8. There are quite a few benefits of crypto over traditional currency, since it acts more like a resource that normal money. And the fact that it's not controlled by the government or dependent on economic state of one country, has its appeal. After all normal money is just a government promise that its worth something, drastic changes in government or economy can effect that promise quite easily.
  9. I had some fun with faucets, but since I'm eligible for better earning sites like videos and surveys (i hate surveys), it doesn't make sense for me to use them. But like beer money sites that pay with crypto are my favorite.
  10. I think it just made things more interesting. Because I never really invested in stocks or other things. Where as with crypto small amounts can be turned into something. And its not just the bitcoin, all the other alts are super interesting. Some are super cheap to send, like doge and others. Also lots of potential for micro gambling, where one can play with a buck all night if they want, the min bet will allow it.
  11. I tell everyone same thing the crypto experts say, invest only what you can loose. If they need to know more, they can use google, that's what its for. I'm not an encyclopedia that can answer a million how why when if questions. In terms of adaptation or introducing super new users, I like those cold wallets that can be printed like a gift certificate. As a gift I would couple a 100$ printed crypto wallet with a site that sells gift cards for crypto. That way when they want to sell, they can just pick what store they want to shop at and get the giftcard. I would also try to get them something exotic with lots of potential, unless they specifically want bitcoin.
  12. So in other words when one is responsible about it, its more enterinment than addiction, even if it done daily for hours. Kinda like internet or watching tv. When there is lack of control, it turns into addiction. Other drugs are not like that, daily use means you're addicted, for the most part.
  13. I tried an impossible to loose setting that returned very little and could run all night. On third it busted with some many reds that it didn't fit on the page. Kinda fascinating and horrifying at the same time.
  14. That's a tough question hmm. Maybe I'd keep 20% an return the rest, it's hard to know exactly what I would do in the moment. Withdraw and run is definitely an option.
  15. It's hard for me to get fully addicted when I'm in the red, I like being addicted to good feelings, not a nerve wracking roller coaster. But when I'm winning, its kind of hard to stop. I also try to play micro now, so as not to loose meaningful cash.
  16. Hmm, never herd of hunger games. In general I think chat games are amazing. I never won any though, would definitely participate on prime dice.
  17. I say withdraw half and play with the rest, lol. Would make for a very exciting play time I think. Maybe build something interesting crypto wise as well.
  18. What is interesting about gambling addiction is that loosing too much money is almost a requirement to call yourself a gambling addict. If someone tells you they are a hopeless gambling addict who plays five hours a day for the last two years, and you ask them how much they lost and they say five dollars in that period, playing micro stakes, is that person really an addict? According to the definition, you can be a gambling addict, as long as you don't loose meaningful cash. What you guys think about that?
  19. My resolution is to play responsibly, have fun, and have a healthy lifestyle. I would also like to accumulate some knowledge about gambling, possibly for a book. I always said if you are smart and like to gamble but can't make money on it, write a book about it.
  20. Not sure if I would want to put all my money in to win 2x to 4x, sounds incredibly risky. But if I was ever up a few grand, I would buy a ton of rice and beans, and than I can gamble with any money I want, and I still have food to eat.
  21. I don't mind a little bit of red, it's hard to avoid since in the long run gambling has an hourly price, ensured by the edge. If the golden rule is followed, play only with what you can afford to loose, than the red is manageable. But can still open one's eyes on how much they actually spend gambling say in a year.
  22. Stake has a few progressive games like hi lo and mines, as well as chartbet when its not in maintanance. Sometimes a big win is possibleif going for big multiplier. But its not really profitability, just a potential to win, it still occurs at house edge. Can always let your wins ride on dice on prime dice, and get a similar effect.
  23. Never really got into slots, felt like there isn't much control, but I know stakes can be increased on slots too, some people play systems and such. Not sure how someone can make a living of slots, aside from getting lucky. I've seen some crazy streams though for high stakes slots, it is exciting to watch.
  24. It's always tricky when we see someone win a large amount, not knowing what their total profit or loss is. Someone can win 10x on depo and still be down too. But in terms of personal luck, statistically it is possible for a person to get super lucky.
  25. It's a great idea to be aware of whats going on. If it wasn't so time consuming to make all those sheets and log it in, I would certainly do it. I like to go by balance, site statistics and live statistics. It nearly instant information, but for a more serious gambler I think more couldn't hurt. Also notes could be quite useful as well, something to look back at.
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