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Chookie143

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About Chookie143

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  • Username
    chookie246
  • Wagered (BTC)
    0.03494533
  • Wagered (ETH)
    0.72522346
  • Wagered (LTC)
    0.56710788
  • Wagered (BCH)
    0.05754773
  • Wagered (DOGE)
    11,944.40644

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  1. Done Eddie. It is completely honest and detailed. No sugar coats. I hope you can notice it. PrimeDice username: chookie246 TrustPilot name: Angela
  2. That's a nice way to kill time, if not a great career to pursue if you push it eagerly. I don't do music, but I love cross-stitching and knitting. I would love to hear the beats you created though. Any streaming links? Have you uploaded it yet?
  3. I barely join weekly challenges because I find it difficult. More often than not it ends up deficit on me than profiting. After all, I join events not just for the thrill of achieving a goal but also for the reward. Taking this current weekly challenge for example- I tried and already had half progress but with the time left I do not think I can still have it so I yield.
  4. I see no difference at all to be honest, other than the cosmetics and design the games and layout the website has but of course we have different flavors of satisfaction. I could play anywhere all day but I prefer staying at PD because my friends are there on chat.
  5. If you want to hit the "forever" amount of time using a strategy to gain a stanle profit, go Martingale with an astronomically low base bet and just increase it little by little, but of course who would do that knowing the types of gamblers existing here? 😂
  6. I got 950 XRP in 5 bets. I remembered when I did that- I felt I am going to fly my pants out of my seat with my eyes both staring madly at the monitor. I felt like it was the longest 2 seconds of my life. PS: Would never do it again. Heart attack risk is too big. 😂
  7. You can always manage finances without gambling. In fact, gambling is a dangerous entertainment that we seek as it may trigger your "management" awry in just 5 minutes with adrenaline rush but if you are already hooked onto it, then by all means you have to know when to stop or, if with a far-fetched planning, know what you can afford to lose.
  8. When reds begin to come by I just stop when it reaches my preferred limit (Stop on Loss) and move on. A loss is a loss and must not be chased back. Instead, to maintain patience, you must always keep in mind that everything is just a game and think about the money you put it as a price for the entertainment and thrill you got.
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