Maximizing Your Chances to Win With Bitcoin Online Gambling

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May/29/2018

Once you have learned how to send and receive bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to gamble online, it is now time to start maximizing your winnings.

One of the most important factors in game selection is RTP, which stands for Return to Player. Not all casinos on the Internet are built the same. 

For example, there are software companies that make auditing a top priority and you can often read reports from experts and players across the Net.

Likewise, Bitcoin Games provides details explaining why their offerings are provably fair and how you as the player can determine this.

We guarantee that every Video Poker game you play at Bitcoin Games is completely fair. You will be dealt a completely random deck of cards every game, and we can provably demonstrate that we have in no way manipulated the shuffle.

Instead of just taking our word for it, we make available all of the information you need to verify that our game is fair.

The reason that we can guarantee this is that your web browser supplies a random number that we must incorporate into the random number generator in a provably consistent way. Our server first shuffles the deck, and your computer then gives us a random number that we must use to repeatedly cut the deck. Since our servers do not know what random number your computer will send, we have no way of knowing how the shuffle will look in the end.

To manually verify a game that has been played, press the green verify button in the MY GAMES table after a game has been played.

Bitcoin has introduced an entire cottage industry of casino websites claiming to be provably fair but are not.  Bitcoin Games, along with Satoshi Dice, are among the most recognized and established of the bitcoin casino products on the market today.

When it comes to the typical online casino, including live dealer platforms and those that offer other forms of currency transactions beside cryptocurrencies, RTPs below 94% should be avoided. While the example of 94% might seem high, it is not. Gamblers hoping to make a consistent profit will be looking for an RTP of 98% and above.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

 

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