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1st day .1 LTC bust :(

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5 minutes ago, legaspir36 said:

 it suck my 1st day .1 LTC bust

Bet: 22,466,453,854

placed by legaspir36 on 02/06/2018

Wagered

0.10150684ltc.svg

Multiplier

1.24x

Profit

-0.10150684ltc.svg

 

never let anyone pull your winning spirit down, if you believe you can win back your lose money, go for it okay, even after losing big bet, there is always a recovery chance. goodluck buddy

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4 minutes ago, legaspir36 said:

but its the first day it should be a good start not a bust :(

So if you coming to a casino with the hopes of getting rich them you are grossly mistaken my friend. A casino has the house edge and you can get busted on your luck. If you dont understand this and are too stubborn then better not gamble at all.

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You can never tell since it's gambling my friend. Expect less and try to have fun while playing so whatever happens at least you had fun :-D

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1 minute ago, legaspir36 said:

Dboy thanks but no more money to play to win it back :(

if you go into a casino with the hope of winning, but lose in the process, go withdraw from atm, but in this process you could just do the transaction online, buy the coins online, deposit online and go for the recovery.

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On 02/06/2018 at 19:28, legaspir36 said:

 it suck my 1st day .1 LTC bust

Bet: 22,466,453,854

placed by legaspir36 on 02/06/2018

Wagered

0.10150684ltc.svg

Multiplier

1.24x

Profit

-0.10150684ltc.svg

 

The first day, and here is (
I hope you all the best and the winning profits, and do not go for x less than 2x, and then there is such a discharge that you will be surprised

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Well this is gambling , if you are not lucky you can lose your money even in the first day you play. If you can recover that loss , and you can afford it , then try again .

My advice for you is to avoid low payouts. Good luck :)

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This is a very old topic, but anyway, I´ve always heard here from more experienced players "never bet at multipliers less than 1.5X".

There is some logic behind that, when you win, the profit is small compared to your wagered amount.

But when you lose you lose big.

And if you want to try some sort of martingale strat, you have to multiply your wagered amount a lot, and that also means that 2 losses in a row can kill you even if you have a big bankroll.

Last thing to mention, low payout gives you a sense of false security "there is only 1 chance in 20 to bust" for example .....

 

 

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On 25/10/2018 at 21:42, maverick528 said:

This is a very old topic, but anyway, I´ve always heard here from more experienced players "never bet at multipliers less than 1.5X".

There is some logic behind that, when you win, the profit is small compared to your wagered amount.

But when you lose you lose big.

And if you want to try some sort of martingale strat, you have to multiply your wagered amount a lot, and that also means that 2 losses in a row can kill you even if you have a big bankroll.

Last thing to mention, low payout gives you a sense of false security "there is only 1 chance in 20 to bust" for example .....

 

 

lol who are these "experienced players". If you want to turn a quick profit and get out as soon as possible, then making one huge bet at a low payout after a couple pre rolls is the best way to do it. Seems to be how all the high rollers play.

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