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Assume Staker ONE HOUR FREE TRIAL [-2.147B - 2.147B/HR][40B+Profit][116Hr+][DDS/Whip/Box/Scim]

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Hey do you plan on adding a feature in which if it loses the stake it will double up? e.g if it loses 100k stake, it will stake 200k next time, and if it still loses it will go to 400k, and keep doubling, until it wins then it will reset back to 100k.

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Hey do you plan on adding a feature in which if it loses the stake it will double up? e.g if it loses 100k stake, it will stake 200k next time, and if it still loses it will go to 400k, and keep doubling, until it wins then it will reset back to 100k.

Never.

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I was able to use non lite mode forever, why do I have to use lite now? Just wondering. Tribot update?

I have no clue. I'm just stating the only thing differentiating what you are doing to what I am doing.

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Okay Assume, since you continue to stand behind your calculator when it comes to Dragon Scimitar versus Whip matchups, I'd like you to explain this to me:

 

http://puu.sh/7h7xz.png

 

Apparently I have 60% odds on this guy in a no spec fight, right? I assume that's because the calc thinks my 9 strength levels trump him. But, with a whip's superior strength bonus, he hits the same max as me. With 70 attack and the superior slash stat of a whip, he hits more often than me. With 50 defence, I hit him less. I literally only have 3hp on him, and your calculator thinks I have 60% odds.

 

Either quit defending your calculator's 60 atk vs 70 attack algorithm, or explain this somehow.

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Okay Assume, since you continue to stand behind your calculator when it comes to Dragon Scimitar versus Whip matchups, I'd like you to explain this to me:

 

http://puu.sh/7h7xz.png

 

Apparently I have 60% odds on this guy in a no spec fight, right? I assume that's because the calc thinks my 9 strength levels trump him. But, with a whip's superior strength bonus, he hits the same max as me. With 70 attack and the superior slash stat of a whip, he hits more often than me. With 50 defence, I hit him less. I literally only have 3hp on him, and your calculator thinks I have 60% odds.

 

Either quit defending your calculator's 60 atk vs 70 attack algorithm, or explain this somehow.

I'm not going to explain myself because I do not have to. Look at the data of profit overall and profit per user. If my algorithm was so "fucked up" the profit would be negative, not positive 16B.

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I'm not going to explain myself because I do not have to. Look at the data of profit overall and profit per user. If my algorithm was so "fucked up" the profit would be negative, not positive 16B.

I've already told you that your calculator works fine for almost every scenario. But you can NOT look at what I just posted and say it is correct. You are in complete denial at the inaccuracy of your calculator when it comes to 60 attack vs 70 attack stakes. Anyone can see that calculation is wrong.

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I've already told you that your calculator works fine for almost every scenario. But you can NOT look at what I just posted and say it is correct. You are in complete denial at the inaccuracy of your calculator when it comes to 60 attack vs 70 attack stakes. Anyone can see that calculation is wrong.

I am happy to admit that my calculator is unable to be 100% accurate in every single scenario. When using the calcuator and manual staking the final judgement lies with the user. When running the script I have safeguards in place to minimize losses from minorally incorrect calculations.

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