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Moxy

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Ha Ha ha! You win the prize. You have found me out sort of. This is the closest to asking the right questions so for in decades. Why put up with it? I have to go back to the days of just hinting at it and sort of exposing the "effectiveness states" at the old Gambler's Glen forum. That was when I decided that an all out reversal of beliefs was to be executed as a war against the then labeled "mathNazis," a correction from then accepted tag "mathBoyz."  It is in fact Snowman, the destroyer of GG that is still seen all around the internet forums. That obnoxious SOB use to convict me of claiming the ability to predict future outcomes based on past spins. He had that syndrome worse than a Trump hater.  I grew to have my own vindictive plan and that is to use Reading Randomness as one of the biggest "Oh no, it can't be true" moments in opportunities missed in history. Nobody will be able to say that I kept it to myself as some kind of common intellectual selfishness. And it will serve up the finest excrement snack for them to chew on for decades to come. I've had a full experience life. I've had the highest highs and the lowest lows. I just wanted to see what it was like to change things a little and to do the unbelievable. I decided to do the opposite of human nature.

These forums are the best place to do this. I know that they are filled with all sorts of players at different stages of learning how to gamble. We get the ubiquitous Martingale transformation zealots, the fully engulfed system junkies, led by the greatest crash test dummy of them all, TurboGenius. There's this new interest in the 6th sense. And the mathNazi's and their surrogates are here in their stages too. It's all a menagerie of personally focused  experts and learners on a quest for the Holy Grail. Why not here.

I could kill this long running thing any time I write a sim that proves it. I'd rather see someone else write that software. It would even be a greater achievement to have someone else write it after I have exposed it.

You are an interesting cat, mate.

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Joe

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I just found this:
" 1. Is the casino Provably fair?

Whenever you play at a casino (physical or virtual one) there’s always the option that the house may be cheating. Of course with the more respected casinos this is rarely the case, but if you go to a somewhat unknown Bitcoin casino site, how can you know that you are getting the winning odds you’re supposed to get.

A trustworthy Bitcoin casino will know that their “house edge” is enough to make a profit and therefore will want to prove to their players that they are not manipulating any results. They do this through a mathematical algorithm involving cryptography (https://thebitcoinstrip.com/blog/what-does-provably-fair-mean.html .

Bottom line, a provably fair casino will show you how to check that the results of the game you play are completely random. www.bitstarz.com/provability-explained . If a casino can’t supply this proof or isn’t provably fair I suggest betting with caution.

I just posted a vid on another forum about this. The Wizard of Odds has found that even 'provably fair' casinos can and do cheat.

I guess they assume that players won't actually check the hash every time. They might at first, but it's a pain having to do it and most will stop after a while, assuming that the casino is being honest. After all, if the casino knows that it can be proved that they are cheating, why would they take the risk? But it seems this one did.


The key to successful speculation is paying less for something than its value. Roulette systems are poor value because all bets are worth less than what you pay for them.

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gizmotron2

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I just posted a vid on another forum about this. The Wizard of Odds has found that even 'provably fair' casinos can and do cheat.

I guess they assume that players won't actually check the hash every time. They might at first, but it's a pain having to do it and most will stop after a while, assuming that the casino is being honest. After all, if the casino knows that it can be proved that they are cheating, why would they take the risk? But it seems this one did.


This is where it really pays off to be a programmer. Thru a simple to program string wrangling function you can extract both seed examples and run them off to compare results with a single button click. It might take a cut and paste of the existing HTML rendering at the time. I doubt that a bot would be allowed to intercept secure socket layer data. But the rendered text of the page is sitting right there for you to copy and past it into a slaved system. You just copy the text of the entire view to the clipboard of your computer and then click the button. Out pops the expected result. If it does not match then they are cheating you.
Reading Randomness is a single thread. It is backed up by a software instruction thread and software download threads. The Even Chance Pro 1.4 version is the best version to practice on.
gamblingforums dot com/threads/reading-randomness.14733/


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