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diebot lool. well, guess that's what your definition of winning is... but in terms of money, in most cases indeed the house wins. but if ur goal is only profit and u fulfill it; u win too? :) just meeting new people, and paying for the entertainment hopefully will give you value for it.. 

 

best of luck tho in future rolling

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if you play long enough, yes the house always ᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎wins, that is how they stay in business, called the house edge

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30 minutes ago, vinka1976 said:

no matter whatever you do you will always lose and in your desperation for recovering you lose more.... comment!!!!!!

martingale = martinfails

autobet = autodeath

Ahahahahaha, I'm sorry for my laughter, but that's it, then, or we minimize the risk of losing, or do or do not make small deposits, or do not play in casinos, because if you risk too much, you will be in the risk zone of losing a lot. I prefer to spend days taking little, than trying for days to get a lot and end up losing. Or make enough deposit and then make it worse. The ending can be very sad and tragic.

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not all those who bet always lose, even though they bet for quite a long time ...

it is true that there is no home to lose ... however, if you play with trust and do not expect to win, then you will win from the edge of the house ..

believe me ... if you expect victory from gambling, then you will lose, but if you don't expect victory in gambling, but bet seriously and full of strategy, then you will reap victory

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What do you expect? Casinos are a buisiness. They are here to make money, not to lose!

If you know they always win and get mad about it, why do you put money in it?😂😂😂

You are funny 😂😆

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50 minutes ago, vinka1976 said:

martingale = martinfails

autobet = autodeath

I completely agree with the first statement, at least in my experience.  Any time I use martingale for any period of tie at all it seems to kick my butt.  As far as the second part I would disagree, I have made far more profit playing with autobet than I ever have playing manually.  And of course in the long run the house always wins, but that does not make it unfair.  Unfair would be if the players never had a chance to win or even make a profit at all.  And being that this is a provably fair casino, I would think that in itself would refute the claim of unfair.

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Yeah martingale also fails no matter how many safety rolls you put into place. You're better off going all in than sticking around trying martingale. Or... if you are at least set the multiplier to 2.3x or higher. Hmm autobet is similar to martingale, if you let it go too long without changing your strategy busting is inevitable. Thats why its important to keep changing your strategy to keep confusing the algorithm 

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10 hours ago, hillowner45 said:

Yeah martingale also fails no matter how many safety rolls you put into place. You're better off going all in than sticking around trying martingale. Or... if you are at least set the multiplier to 2.3x or higher. Hmm autobet is similar to martingale, if you let it go too long without changing your strategy busting is inevitable. Thats why its important to keep changing your strategy to keep confusing the algorithm 

Very true... I am not sure why so many players are in love with Martingale.  Unless you play it only for a short time and stop as soon as profit is reached, it tends to eat up balances quickly.  For me changing strats quite often is a must if I want to have any success at all.

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On 14/07/2019 at 04:23, vinka1976 said:

no matter whatever you do you will always lose and in your desperation for recovering you lose more.... comment!!!!!!

martingale = martinfails

autobet = autodeath

A short paragraph but with a very huge point. That martinfails and Autodeath really fit to that. But still thanks that PD let me win sometimes.  No to Martinfails and Autodeath.

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The problem isn’t that life is unfair, it’s your broken idea of fairness. Unless you’re winning, most of life will seem hideously unfair to you. The truth is, life is just playing by different rules. The real rules are there. They actually make sense. But they’re a bit more complicated, and a lot less comfortable, which is why most people never manage to learn them. What im trying to say is accept defeat youll never win if youll never quit, youll keep losing while your still at it unless your that lucky enough to get some good profits. Just dont be greedy mate cuz it will only lead you to dissapointment and may gettin you busted in the long run. Just play it safe slowly but surely hehe. Anyways good luck on your journey and wishing you the of luck.

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