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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in Have you ever got into a mess or fight in the middle of the chat game?   
    I think this is inevitable if you an active chatter. 5 day old active player- and I just had my first argument yesterday when a player is ranting about how the game is rigged. Math doesn't lie is my rule of thumb in this game which most people can't seem to understand when their minda are fogged with the pondering, overwhelming thoughts of how they could have lost (if they already have a nigh-perfect strategy or if they already have been winning a lot). In the end, that argument made me concede not because I lost, but because I just accepted the fact that people's judgements tend to become irrational when emotions come to play.
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    Angela got a reaction from luizoruivo in Suggest a Hosted Promotion (0.0027 btc) +   
    Here is how you may want to do it...
    Let me explain everything in science-structured style.
    I would call this- "Prove the Provable".
    This is also somewhat similar to events around here tagged as "hunting a value between 0 to 99.99" where hunting will surely yield losses to players (PD's default way of trying to earn) but this comes with more challenge and effort to accomplish.
    —————
    BENEFITS:
    1. For the game, if new, doubtful and meticulous players see the entries, they will surely be convinced even more that the game is provably fair and definitely not rigged in any way through Law of Large Numbers (see https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_of_large_numbers).
    2. For players, each position for garnering a prize almost surely will never result to a tie. The results of each player will be unique thus, allowing them to enjoy the full prize.
    3. For mods, it may open more ideas for future events as the event itself promotes and reinforces its long-standing claim that the game is "clean" from being manipulated.
    —————
    MECHANICS:
    1. Participants must perform flat betting for 2,000 times* on a certain multiplier. Using Martingale, Paroli or any other known or modified betting system (in short, using "Increase By/Decrease By" feature) is not allowed.
    2. The participant must declare his initial balance, what multiplier he/she will be using during the run and his final balance after the run (this would matter on the prize that winners would receive). The bet amount must have a minimum amount*.
    3. Participants who would reach the closest percent values compared to the actual WinChance (see below) that they have chosen before the roll will have more chance of winning. This formula will explain how it works:
    (WinCount/(WinCount + LoseCount)) - WinChance = Entry
    Where-
    "WinCount" = Participant's number of wins during the entire roll;
    "LoseCount" = Participant's number of losses during the entire roll;
    "WinChance" = The win chance that the participant have set before the roll session have begun; and,
    "Entry" = The participant's qualifying entry for the event, rounded up to 4 decimal digits.
    Therefore, the Entry's ideal value must be equal to 0% to win while participants who have yielded an absolute value closer to 0% will surely have higher chances of winning.
    4. To avoid cheating (changing multiplier) and to verify the initial balance, final balance and multiplier not being changed all throughout the constant roll, participant must perform the flat betting session with a screen recording software (then perhaps edit it in fast forward or upload it on a hosting site/YouTube to offset file size problems) and post a link on their replies.
    5. The prize will be equal to the amount that the player have lost from the initial balance plus their respective share on the prize pool.
    *For the number of rolls (must be a pretty big value so that Entry would be closer to the "WinChance" value they have set, but not so big since it long runs have the tendency to bust the players) and minimum amount of flat betting, it is all up to you luiz. 
    —————
    SCENARIO 1:
    1. A player decides to play with an initial balance of 0.0001 BTC, a bet of 0.000001 BTC per roll, uses 2x (49.5% WinChance) and performs 2,000 rolls.
    2. The final balance after the roll resulted to 0.000086 BTC. He had 993 wins (WinCount) out of 1,007 losses (LoseCount).
    3. Therefore, the participant's Entry would be 0.0015%.
    " (993/(993+1,007)) - 0.495 = Abs(-0.0015) = 0.0015% "
    SCENARIO 2:
    1. A player decides to play with an initial balance of 0.0002 BTC, a bet of 0.000002 BTC per roll, uses 1.1x (90% WinChance) and performs 2,500 rolls.
    2. The final balance after the roll resulted to 0.0001508 BTC. He had 2,228 wins (WinCount) out of 272 losses (LoseCount).
    3. Therefore, the participant's Entry would be 0.0088%.
    " (2,228/(272+2,228)) - 0.9 = Abs(-0.0088) = 0.0088% "
    —————
    FAQ:
    1. Q: "Why would I even choose to roll on lower multiplier? It would lead me to more losses!"
    A: "Theoretically, lower multipler actually yield lower Entry numbers because the difference between the wins and losses decreases. The scenario 2 above does not necessarily reflect that it would always happen in a roll session, but still goes down from luck. Players have been sharing a lot of their experiences here and if you take them mathematically with a grain of salt, staying away very far from the WinChance value is very, very unlikely."
    2. Q: "I can always edit the video I would post to look as if I did it fair and square. That does not eliminate cheating."
    A: "Wrong. Math doesn't lie, and will always tell the truth. The initial and final balance you declared would actually be the safeguard against cheating. Trying to think that you could offset the loss? It is very unlikely that you won on flat betting if your final balance yield a positive gain (Wizard of Odds in Google already simulated this using MATLAB). Also, a deviation that's not reflecting the actual amount means that you cheated somewhere during your entire session. For example, in scenario 1, if you really used 2x as your Payout (WinChance = 49.5%) all throughout then your final balance would also be equal to:
    " InitialBalance - ((WinCount - LoseCount) * Payout) = FinalBalance"
    If that doesn't hold true then you definitely cheated."
    3. Q: "Too much effort to do this. It would make things uninteresting."
    A: "That is why we have mods to spice things up. They can always modify my idea to their liking. I am just here to suggest. 🙂"
    —————
    So, that's all there is to it! It may be a bit complicated but it is seriously easy to comprehend if you stretch your brain cells and neurons just for a bit. What do you think guys?
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    Angela got a reaction from Mahdirakib in Your withdrawal target   
    This worries me. This means you are a compulsive gambler. You will end up always losing with that mindset and will lead you to greater financial and psychological problems sooner or later. Bear in mind, math does not lie when it says that you can never beat a casino unless you have more money than the owner. PD actually has this link on their footer: https://www.begambleaware.org/ ... Explore.
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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in Girls/Women in Primedice   
    It is common but community-wise, does gender really matters whenever you present yourself to everyone? I mean, is it even worth to fool oneself just to garner few, almost insignificant amount of coins? Whoever is doing that must be so desperate and have serious interpersonal relationship deficits.
    I know people can do that but the person whom they are trying to fool isn't the loser in the end if you come to think of it... The time being wasted, the damage that he is doing to his own ego, the win chance and the coin value they might be able to get won't just simply add up.
  5. Haha
    Angela reacted to sheenaz.bay in No faucet, no money, no deposit, what you make for play?   
    I can say, if there is no faucet, no money to deposit, then I will go to the forum to do some posts and get payment and the results from the forum can I make capital to play. if the forum is also not available, then I will expect from rain, if rain is also not available, then I will stop gambling for a while, focus on work, if I get a salary, then part of my salary will be used for deposits
  6. Haha
    Angela got a reaction from Cat4Life in Martingale, Deferred   
    For those who cannot get it (I know, too technical for readers to understand) I will post screenshots of 50,000 non-stop rolls including the session details on this strategy later for you to see the results and to understand it better.
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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in Which coin do you use the most in Primedice ?   
    If I am not mistaken you are from PH, using coins.ph wallet? I say you use external exchange sites once you convert them from PD for an acceptable fee (like DOGE, some sites only need 1 DOGE as fee). Playing coins like BTC in general is not so comfortable to play with due to heaviness.
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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in Which coin do you use the most in Primedice ?   
    I previously used XRP (because of its value) when I first joined PD, but now I found new love on using DOGE because it is so comfortable to play with. (Read between the lines, and you will get why both of them is what I prefer.)
    ...but lately I realize time is money, so I began playing a few of the rain coins especially BTC, but I rarely touch them since last 2 days ago when I made a daring 50k satoshi all-in to it. Will never do it again. lol
  9. Haha
    Angela got a reaction from JohnTravel in Do you believe that it is possible to live with earned in casino?   
    You cannot, unless you hit that jackpot. Same applies on land-based casinos. Unless you go "winner, winner, dice dinner" with luck almost possessed your entire body, only then I would take it as a lifeline (and maybe never go back again). Take lottery for example (which is just gambling in a nutshell too)- winning $50M on the jackpot will definitely feed you and your entire family all throughout your entire lifetime (at least for me in our country)!
    Also, if you are really considering this, then you have to have a big pocket to draw from huge losing swings (and since house is against us) plus enormous amount of good luck.
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    Angela got a reaction from pedrojmelo in Suggest a Hosted Promotion (0.0027 btc) +   
    Here is how you may want to do it...
    Let me explain everything in science-structured style.
    I would call this- "Prove the Provable".
    This is also somewhat similar to events around here tagged as "hunting a value between 0 to 99.99" where hunting will surely yield losses to players (PD's default way of trying to earn) but this comes with more challenge and effort to accomplish.
    —————
    BENEFITS:
    1. For the game, if new, doubtful and meticulous players see the entries, they will surely be convinced even more that the game is provably fair and definitely not rigged in any way through Law of Large Numbers (see https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_of_large_numbers).
    2. For players, each position for garnering a prize almost surely will never result to a tie. The results of each player will be unique thus, allowing them to enjoy the full prize.
    3. For mods, it may open more ideas for future events as the event itself promotes and reinforces its long-standing claim that the game is "clean" from being manipulated.
    —————
    MECHANICS:
    1. Participants must perform flat betting for 2,000 times* on a certain multiplier. Using Martingale, Paroli or any other known or modified betting system (in short, using "Increase By/Decrease By" feature) is not allowed.
    2. The participant must declare his initial balance, what multiplier he/she will be using during the run and his final balance after the run (this would matter on the prize that winners would receive). The bet amount must have a minimum amount*.
    3. Participants who would reach the closest percent values compared to the actual WinChance (see below) that they have chosen before the roll will have more chance of winning. This formula will explain how it works:
    (WinCount/(WinCount + LoseCount)) - WinChance = Entry
    Where-
    "WinCount" = Participant's number of wins during the entire roll;
    "LoseCount" = Participant's number of losses during the entire roll;
    "WinChance" = The win chance that the participant have set before the roll session have begun; and,
    "Entry" = The participant's qualifying entry for the event, rounded up to 4 decimal digits.
    Therefore, the Entry's ideal value must be equal to 0% to win while participants who have yielded an absolute value closer to 0% will surely have higher chances of winning.
    4. To avoid cheating (changing multiplier) and to verify the initial balance, final balance and multiplier not being changed all throughout the constant roll, participant must perform the flat betting session with a screen recording software (then perhaps edit it in fast forward or upload it on a hosting site/YouTube to offset file size problems) and post a link on their replies.
    5. The prize will be equal to the amount that the player have lost from the initial balance plus their respective share on the prize pool.
    *For the number of rolls (must be a pretty big value so that Entry would be closer to the "WinChance" value they have set, but not so big since it long runs have the tendency to bust the players) and minimum amount of flat betting, it is all up to you luiz. 
    —————
    SCENARIO 1:
    1. A player decides to play with an initial balance of 0.0001 BTC, a bet of 0.000001 BTC per roll, uses 2x (49.5% WinChance) and performs 2,000 rolls.
    2. The final balance after the roll resulted to 0.000086 BTC. He had 993 wins (WinCount) out of 1,007 losses (LoseCount).
    3. Therefore, the participant's Entry would be 0.0015%.
    " (993/(993+1,007)) - 0.495 = Abs(-0.0015) = 0.0015% "
    SCENARIO 2:
    1. A player decides to play with an initial balance of 0.0002 BTC, a bet of 0.000002 BTC per roll, uses 1.1x (90% WinChance) and performs 2,500 rolls.
    2. The final balance after the roll resulted to 0.0001508 BTC. He had 2,228 wins (WinCount) out of 272 losses (LoseCount).
    3. Therefore, the participant's Entry would be 0.0088%.
    " (2,228/(272+2,228)) - 0.9 = Abs(-0.0088) = 0.0088% "
    —————
    FAQ:
    1. Q: "Why would I even choose to roll on lower multiplier? It would lead me to more losses!"
    A: "Theoretically, lower multipler actually yield lower Entry numbers because the difference between the wins and losses decreases. The scenario 2 above does not necessarily reflect that it would always happen in a roll session, but still goes down from luck. Players have been sharing a lot of their experiences here and if you take them mathematically with a grain of salt, staying away very far from the WinChance value is very, very unlikely."
    2. Q: "I can always edit the video I would post to look as if I did it fair and square. That does not eliminate cheating."
    A: "Wrong. Math doesn't lie, and will always tell the truth. The initial and final balance you declared would actually be the safeguard against cheating. Trying to think that you could offset the loss? It is very unlikely that you won on flat betting if your final balance yield a positive gain (Wizard of Odds in Google already simulated this using MATLAB). Also, a deviation that's not reflecting the actual amount means that you cheated somewhere during your entire session. For example, in scenario 1, if you really used 2x as your Payout (WinChance = 49.5%) all throughout then your final balance would also be equal to:
    " InitialBalance - ((WinCount - LoseCount) * Payout) = FinalBalance"
    If that doesn't hold true then you definitely cheated."
    3. Q: "Too much effort to do this. It would make things uninteresting."
    A: "That is why we have mods to spice things up. They can always modify my idea to their liking. I am just here to suggest. 🙂"
    —————
    So, that's all there is to it! It may be a bit complicated but it is seriously easy to comprehend if you stretch your brain cells and neurons just for a bit. What do you think guys?
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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in PD Players Association   
    This would actually be exciting if there would be one! I mean, if it would even be possible- meet IRL and talk about what we actually just nonchalantly throw on the chatbox and perhaps drink or chill somewhere. I'll definitely stay tuned on this!
    PS: I have been on these kinds of events but on RPGs (RO and GW2) so I know the feels~
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    Angela got a reaction from Chikou1306 in Did you ever harm someone (or something) because of gambling?   
    After three days of stumbling across people around betting here and trying to defy luck at its own limits, I have seen bothersome behaviors being exhibited by some people where it seems they simply don't know how to stop anymore. This is a strong sign of mental problem in my opinion but could also only be a surge of morphine (winning) or cortisol (losing) hormones that actually makes it very difficult to control someone's own psyche.
    However, if the former is true to the point that your losses fully engulfed you even after you have already stopped playing, have you ever did something harmful to yourself or to other things? 
    I never did, but to give you an example, my uncle used to play on land-based casinos. He actually got to a point one time that he was about to pawn his diamond wedding ring just to continue playing as he tried to chase his losses (good thing he is with his friend and was stopped from doing so). I also believe, with those people who rage-bets, this is very likely possible.
  13. Haha
    Angela got a reaction from JohnTravel in Ways to Manage Finance to Avoid Bankruptcy   
    This site actually offers the best way on how you can micromanage your gambling finances. The vault offers the best and ideal way to stop you from harming your own self (especially when rage betting is calling your name). Also, there's what we call "Stop on Loss" and "Stop on Profit" which further hinders yourself in that spur of euphoric or demented moment when you win or bust, respectively.
    But to be honest, the ideal way to avoid bankruptcy is none other than "never play at all"! 🤭
  14. Haha
    Angela got a reaction from JohnTravel in Have you won a prize but forgot to click to receive it?   
    Oh yes, a lot of times (but I have to yet experience it here in PD)!!! Just to share, in real life I remembered I won an all-expense paid trip for 2 to a holiday beach resort. A notification was sent to me in e-mail. I only read it 3 months after I got it- sadly when I opened it, they already forfeited my right for it and chose another winner because I failed to contact them within 30 days from the day I won. That was the only time I fretted so much in my life.
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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in When was you last withdrawal from Primedice ?   
    I withdrew yesterday after I did my roller coaster ride of swinging my balance to and fro to reach the $100 limit of trying to enable chat features. I ended up to slightly above my initial balance so I chickened out and pulled them towards my wallet. I sweat so bad during that 2,000 auto-rolls. 😂
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    Angela got a reaction from TERMSERROR in What is your maximum red streaks in 9900x payout?   
    Taking the question on its context, I have yet to experience it here on PD, but on an another site where I came from, it took me 29,791 dice rolls before I got that 9900x. Perhaps it still stands down on luck that your seed is carrying for you.
    PS: Not that I have counted them all as it would be very tedious, but since it rolls 1 die every exactly one second and I took down the time when I began hunting, I ended up with that figure.
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    Angela got a reaction from TERMSERROR in Do you reach for cigarettes when you’re feeling stressed or down?   
    My circle- I work in a call center (BPO) industry and this is almost unavoidable for us. Answering calls and then enduring their curses, shills and rants even though it isn't your fault while keeping your cool is very nerve-wracking. However, what makes me stop from lighting a stick almost all the time (I could say I can live without a pack for a month or a stick for 3 days) is that I do care about my health. I have my father died due to lung cancer because of smoking- really gave me a striking fear.
    Gambling-wise, no (or should I say it never gave me triggers to light up). The chat fun is enough to keep my brain glowing.
  18. Haha
    Angela got a reaction from JohnTravel in payout 7.1x, settings and playing patterns   
    It still goes down to luck and patience. Sometimes greed will overcome you and ruin the entire scheme, which is almost all gamblers I know is exhibiting as a normal behavior. I hope you and other people don't fall to it when reds begin to bestow upon you unexpectedly.
    Perhaps it is already known to everyone here that no betting system will ever work in the long run, but still (and still- emphasis on the word "still") people cling to these. I am not trying to say I am against it but for these things to work, luck must still be on our side, which many, many gamblers seem to be missing out and made them go broke in the end.
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    Angela got a reaction from MrNice23 in Do you often get people's attention when they break the rules?   
    I am a very outgoing person- that kind of woman who would raise my hand and volunteer to lead so yes, if I could only chat now on the game's chat function (I diligently observe everyone on the chat despite not being able to use it especially the common people who stay and chat there since yesterday; I saw several people who are just "unruly") I would call them out and nudge them if they are crossing the line.
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