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I've mentioned it many times that it can be done.

 

Here's how i do it at least a few times a month:

 

for your first few bets it's going to be a slight challenge getting outta the 100satoshi hole.

set ur odds to payout 2.6x but treat it like raw martingale doubling up on a loss

Base bet is ZERO.

DO switch sides - u have to really be random here.. fight random with random and switch sides when your gut tells u to

Don't max bet over 64 until you've broken 5000 sats

then max bet is 128

 

25000 sats is when i max bet up to 1024.

once in a while, STOP changing sides for about 10 bets and chase the big win --- yes it's risky and yes i've lost but i've won more.

 

once i'm over 300K i will bet as much as 64K Max on a win-chase.

These are the Faucet-To-Withdraws for the last month or so

http://prntscr.com/h2vwsq

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18 minutes ago, Kurian said:

good one @nytewind .. i see you withdraw every 400k you make. why don't you play a little more and get your balance bigger.??

have tried that - didn't fare too well for me but if you ntice most of those cover the withdraw fee built-in

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15 minutes ago, nytewind said:

have tried that - didn't fare too well for me but if you ntice most of those cover the withdraw fee built-in

yeah i saw that.. i was just saying if you have a big balance you could win more cuz, we just need sats to survive the reds..

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It's a great strategy, but you withdraw too early! Why don't you try to mix a little bit larger payout strategies after you reach 100k?

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2 hours ago, Dboyeric said:

easier said than done, yes people play faucet and even able to withdrawn,but its not easy as nytwind put it

meh like i said there's always luck involved.

it's nothing if not volatile

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On 10/28/2017 at 04:04, nytewind said:

I've mentioned it many times that it can be done.

 

Here's how i do it at least a few times a month:

 

for your first few bets it's going to be a slight challenge getting outta the 100satoshi hole.

set ur odds to payout 2.6x but treat it like raw martingale doubling up on a loss

Base bet is ZERO.

DO switch sides - u have to really be random here.. fight random with random and switch sides when your gut tells u to

Don't max bet over 64 until you've broken 5000 sats

then max bet is 128

 

25000 sats is when i max bet up to 1024.

once in a while, STOP changing sides for about 10 bets and chase the big win --- yes it's risky and yes i've lost but i've won more.

 

once i'm over 300K i will bet as much as 64K Max on a win-chase.

These are the Faucet-To-Withdraws for the last month or so

http://prntscr.com/h2vwsq

I will try this strat thanks :) and good luck to you.. 

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On 10/28/2017 at 02:04, nytewind said:

I've mentioned it many times that it can be done.

 

Here's how i do it at least a few times a month:

 

for your first few bets it's going to be a slight challenge getting outta the 100satoshi hole.

set ur odds to payout 2.6x but treat it like raw martingale doubling up on a loss

Base bet is ZERO.

DO switch sides - u have to really be random here.. fight random with random and switch sides when your gut tells u to

Don't max bet over 64 until you've broken 5000 sats

then max bet is 128

 

25000 sats is when i max bet up to 1024.

once in a while, STOP changing sides for about 10 bets and chase the big win --- yes it's risky and yes i've lost but i've won more.

 

once i'm over 300K i will bet as much as 64K Max on a win-chase.

These are the Faucet-To-Withdraws for the last month or so

http://prntscr.com/h2vwsq

Very nice :) @nytewind I want to try this strat also

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