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Primedice is the most popular and trusted Bitcoin gambling website.

If you have any doubts, you can check this site, that is totally independent from ours, and you can see that our site is provably fair:
https://dicesites.com/provably-fair

Also, if you want, you can verify every bet you made here:
https://dicesites.com/primedice/verifier

The tutorial on how to verify your bets is here:
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/22-how-to-verify-your-bets/

If you need any additional help, feel free to contact us in support, and we will do our best to help you. :) 

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19 hours ago, Irena said:

Primedice is the most popular and trusted Bitcoin gambling website.

If you have any doubts, you can check this site, that is totally independent from ours, and you can see that our site is provably fair:
https://dicesites.com/provably-fair

Also, if you want, you can verify every bet you made here:
https://dicesites.com/primedice/verifier

The tutorial on how to verify your bets is here:
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/22-how-to-verify-your-bets/

If you need any additional help, feel free to contact us in support, and we will do our best to help you. :) 

Ow thanks lol i have no doubts i just want to know ppl opinions :D 

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You're totally free to discuss this with other players here, I just wanted to help with this, in case you're interested to check that out. :) 

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On 3-11-2017 at 14:11, Partyboy04 said:

When im just a newbie here  or new comer i always think about it if this site is fair in rolls :D and now primedice proves that it is fair with us ... based in my experience here in primedice 
tell your opinions here guys :x

You do not often get a chance to win btc for having fun! Love this site!

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On 11/6/2017 at 16:10, Irena said:

You're totally free to discuss this with other players here, I just wanted to help with this, in case you're interested to check that out. :) 

ow yah im sorry and thanks for info :) 

 

8 minutes ago, Bitcoinani said:

prime dice is the only betting site that i can blindly trust on.... It's always fair on rolls and the best support members to always there for you... :)

lol dont be blind you will not see ur rolls anymore ahahah Just kidding 

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I hope I dont get banned for this, but Im not 100% sure that Primedice, or actually any online casino is absolutely fair. 

Primedice has a trick up its sleeve, called Randomness. Even if something slightly suspicious is happening to your dice rolls, how are you going to prove it? Basically, you cant.

I have an odds calculator app, and time after time PD seem to pull of amazing sets of losing streaks that are just way too regular to be random IMO, but I cant prove it.

Im 100% certain that high value bets arent as likely to win as low value bets. But once again, I cant prove it.

Also, if you do a google search, regarding PD's founder, Edward, you will find some very interesting information about previous 'dice game' scams he was found guilty of in other online games before creating PD. Now I would like to stress at this point that I have nothing against Edward, and just because he has run Dice scams before, it doesnt necessarily mean he is doing the same thing here, I am simply pointing out a fact, verifiable by your own google investigation. 

Now here comes my tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorys about PD.. make fun of me if you like, it certainly wouldnt be the first time ive had my conspiracy theories laughed at...

What if, the 'Hufflepuff' story was exactly that... a story? Because although the legend says that PD was scammed for 100 bitcoins, the Hufflepuff story has done wonders for peoples perception of PD, and boosted it reputation a lot!

The story painted a picture of a scammer who almost crippled PD, but still PD honoured his withdrawls even when suspicion arose. The PD youtube chanel even glorifies Hufflepuff by showing video of him making 8btc bets and winning almost every time. And my unanswered question about the video is 'Who took the screen capture footage of it? and how did PD get possession of said footage?  If you dont know the story of Hufflepuff, I suggest you look it up.

I also suspect that some very successful highrollers that often pop up could infact be 'placed' in order to make winning look easy so other players might try the same techniques. Some names that spring to mind are the likes of Negan and Makaka. These guys tend to pop up, make winning seem so easy, they chat a lot (and get along very well with the admin), they happily flaunt their riches by dishing out tips to a select few and then suddenly disappear, never to return... 

With all these suspicions i have, I still enjoy the PD environment, and continue play and to make deposits even tho im almost -15btc poorer for my effort. PD is fun and social but I doubt its fair. 

Regardless if my suspicions are true or not, the creator has done an amazing job of marketing PD, and I admire that. Im sure PD has made him a fortune, and I have no problem with that if the site actually is 'fair', in which case I apologize for my accusations of foul play, they are simply my suspicions and nothing more.

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24 minutes ago, bboyNZ said:

I hope I dont get banned for this, but Im not 100% sure that Primedice, or actually any online casino is absolutely fair. 

Primedice has a trick up its sleeve, called Randomness. Even if something slightly suspicious is happening to your dice rolls, how are you going to prove it? Basically, you cant.

I have an odds calculator app, and time after time PD seem to pull of amazing sets of losing streaks that are just way too regular to be random IMO, but I cant prove it.

Im 100% certain that high value bets arent as likely to win as low value bets. But once again, I cant prove it.

Also, if you do a google search, regarding PD's founder, Edward, you will find some very interesting information about previous 'dice game' scams he was found guilty of in other online games before creating PD. Now I would like to stress at this point that I have nothing against Edward, and just because he has run Dice scams before, it doesnt necessarily mean he is doing the same thing here, I am simply pointing out a fact, verifiable by your own google investigation. 

Now here comes my tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorys about PD.. make fun of me if you like, it certainly wouldnt be the first time ive had my conspiracy theories laughed at...

What if, the 'Hufflepuff' story was exactly that... a story? Because although the legend says that PD was scammed for 100 bitcoins, the Hufflepuff story has done wonders for peoples perception of PD, and boosted it reputation a lot!

The story painted a picture of a scammer who almost crippled PD, but still PD honoured his withdrawls even when suspicion arose. The PD youtube chanel even glorifies Hufflepuff by showing video of him making 8btc bets and winning almost every time. And my unanswered question about the video is 'Who took the screen capture footage of it? and how did PD get possession of said footage?  If you dont know the story of Hufflepuff, I suggest you look it up.

I also suspect that some very successful highrollers that often pop up could infact be 'placed' in order to make winning look easy so other players might try the same techniques. Some names that spring to mind are the likes of Negan and Makaka. These guys tend to pop up, make winning seem so easy, they chat a lot (and get along very well with the admin), they happily flaunt their riches by dishing out tips to a select few and then suddenly disappear, never to return... 

With all these suspicions i have, I still enjoy the PD environment, and continue play and to make deposits even tho im almost -15btc poorer for my effort. PD is fun and social but I doubt its fair. 

Regardless if my suspicions are true or not, the creator has done an amazing job of marketing PD, and I admire that. Im sure PD has made him a fortune, and I have no problem with that if the site actually is 'fair', in which case I apologize for my accusations of foul play, they are simply my suspicions and nothing more.

Provably fair. Look it up, its a real thing.

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