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February 27th, 2020 at 7:33:02 AM permalink
My latest page is on Dice (Cryptocurrency Version). This is the game that Wixiplay casino is allegedly cheating at.



I struggled with what to title this game, because I already have two other games called just "dice" analyzed at Wizard of Odds.

Please have a look. I welcome all comments.

The question for the poll is would you play Dice?
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February 27th, 2020 at 9:30:28 AM permalink
Admittedly this is about as boring as gaming gets. If, however, it's a fair game set to a 99% return, then it does fit the criteria for your own Casino 99 concept.

[I grew up in a town next to Brea. When we were dating, my future wife lived in an apartment across from the La Brea Tar Pits.]
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February 27th, 2020 at 2:15:16 PM permalink
I was reading a bit on the various links on the other thread and suspect there might have been a jackpot if you got 7777 and the next roll also then got 7777. However as it didn't say how large it was you wouldn't be able to see how this changed the House Edge. But it's a nice feature if (say) they pay 99% but also feed a meter.
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February 27th, 2020 at 2:35:41 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

Admittedly this is about as boring as gaming gets. If, however, it's a fair game set to a 99% return, then it does fit the criteria for your own Casino 99 concept.



Good question! It would indeed, and I don't rule that out. Perhaps a way to get the ball rolling. I hear these cryptocurrency casinos are very easy and cheap to start.

My question to myself would be how is my casino any better or different than other similar cryptocurrency casinos? Maybe I could set the return to 99.5%. I was actually in talks about this, but they died off with nothing happening.

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I grew up in a town next to Brea. When we were dating, my future wife lived in an apartment across from the La Brea Tar Pits.



Did you two have debates about which city was better -- Brea or La Brea? I grew up in Orange County. When I worked at Knott's Berry Farm, one of my co-workers was from Brea and she once ranted about people asking her questions about the tar pits.

She was a cool chick, I wish I had the courage to ask her out at the time.
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February 27th, 2020 at 2:38:11 PM permalink
Quote: charliepatrick

I was reading a bit on the various links on the other thread and suspect there might have been a jackpot if you got 7777 and the next roll also then got 7777. However as it didn't say how large it was you wouldn't be able to see how this changed the House Edge. But it's a nice feature if (say) they pay 99% but also feed a meter.



If you have a link, I'd be happy to mention that. One in a 100 million chance of hitting.
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February 27th, 2020 at 2:40:34 PM permalink
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She was a cool chick, I wish I had the courage to ask her out at the time.



I dated a woman from La Brea. In retrospect I think she may have escaped from the tar pits.
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February 27th, 2020 at 3:58:45 PM permalink
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Did you two have debates about which city was better -- Brea or La Brea? I grew up in Orange County. When I worked at Knott's Berry Farm, one of my co-workers was from Brea and she once ranted about people asking her questions about the tar pits.


We both grew up in Placentia next to Brea. She moved to LA to be where the action was. We ended up reconnecting ten years later. She did enjoy big city life better than the suburbs.

I worked at Disneyland for four years (84-87) out of high school so it's possible we met in our late teens. This would be most likely if you worked the west side and took your meals at the DEC (Disney Employee Cafeteria) underground in New Orleans Square.
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February 27th, 2020 at 11:49:02 PM permalink
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March 1st, 2020 at 4:11:11 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

I worked at Disneyland for four years (84-87) out of high school so it's possible we met in our late teens. This would be most likely if you worked the west side and took your meals at the DEC (Disney Employee Cafeteria) underground in New Orleans Square.



Yes, we did indeed overlap! I worked there the summer of 85 as well as the following Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks.

In the summer I worked in Fantasy Land, mainly the Matterhorn and Small World areas. The biggest pain was keeping the "bullet can" at the Storybook ride from overflowing, because drinks weren't allowed on the ride so everybody was forced to dump them in that little trash can. A "code V" was not uncommon around the tea cup ride. You can probably imagine what the V stood for.

When I purchased a meal, which I didn't often do, it was in the employee restaurant under the Red Rose Cavern, although I think it was called something else back then, I can't remember. I usually just ate out of the vending machines in the break area at the Small World, frequented by the characters, who were generally some very fun people.

What did you do?
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March 1st, 2020 at 7:17:43 PM permalink
Talk about a thread hijack!
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March 3rd, 2020 at 10:43:25 AM permalink
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Talk about a thread hijack!


Heh. True enough. Apologies. In our defense though, after you explain the rules to this game, what else is there to say about it? I could suggest playing it with a betting system to give the utter dryness some actual flavor but that would just be a threadjacking horse of a different color.

Anyways, I worked at the main underground kitchen in New Orleans. It wasn't as glamorous as attraction work but it paid better. Also, when I left, I had acquired the skill of cooking which has been useful in life. My friend, who went into rides, left knowing how to drive a monorail and how to help people into and out of a submarine--skills not so useful outside a Disney park.
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March 3rd, 2020 at 3:39:02 PM permalink
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Talk about a thread hijack!



Guilty as charged. In my defense, I thought nobody else had anything to say on the original topic.

G, hope we can reminisce about Disneyland over a beer sometime.
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