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Winnipeg Poker / Re: All poker in one spot in Winnipeg
« Last post by Shaneojak on May 16, 2018, 05:55:14 AM »
Winnipeg Poker / Re: All poker in one spot in Winnipeg
« Last post by thunderstick on May 15, 2018, 03:17:08 PM »
ya RIP
Winnipeg Poker / Re: All poker in one spot in Winnipeg
« Last post by EEZEE on May 14, 2018, 11:25:54 PM »
Not a thing in a month on this site -  officially dead.  RIP
Winnipeg Poker / Re: All poker in one spot in Winnipeg
« Last post by EEZEE on April 23, 2018, 10:09:02 PM »
So much better.

I think MPO will have the best numbers in a long time this week.
Everything Else / Re: Using Bitcoin
« Last post by EEZEE on April 18, 2018, 01:18:09 PM »
Very cool - well written.  Thanks for the update.  Your very last part is what I hope for the best.
Everything Else / Re: Using Bitcoin
« Last post by The Loose Goose on April 17, 2018, 03:07:32 PM »
Hi guys,

Sorry been forever since I logged in.  I think the pain is over, one never knows in this space.  But looks like institutions formed a double bottom called an 'adam & eve'.  Interestingly, they formed it by supporting price around the 6-6.5k mark which allows small profit for Btc mining operations in countries where they are heavily invested.  Keep in mind cost of production varies country to country, some noteworthy examples are the USA at $4,800, Canada just over 4.2k, most of Western Europe 8-8.5k. Does make sense not to drop price below cost of production for long as it could cause some disruption to the ecosystem. 

Altcoins bled out in most cases to or near November lows against Btc (meaning shitcoin x/btc graph).  About 10 days ago they started to show life after a painful 2 months.  Personally, I think we are ramping up for a 6-12 week alt season.  The moves should be considerably larger than we saw in the 'test pump' Dec/Jan rise.  Things are starting later than last year and the bleed out from January was more profound than I expected, I dumbly gambled by buying (converting Btc to Alts) early March as I thought Btc was going to go and stabilize over 12k.  So, am under water a little.

Anyway, could be a good time to grab a few coins of your liking, take 'betterish projects' near their bottom against btc.  Buy them, hold them till they pump and make sure you sell them because when its over, they will drop fast for a bit, then steadily bleed out until Oct/Nov.  When you sell, sell into Btc and hold until Btc does its next big pump, probably similar time frame as last year (Oct-Dec).

It's unclear whether Btc will chop in a range during the alt season (6k-12k).  I do feel if we break above 11.7k we will see some additional market cap slide into the space that is currently on the sidelines due to uncertainty (many consider a break of 12k defines the end of the correction).  Having said that, I mean Btc is gonna be worth a shit ton more than it is now by year end, so can't hurt to be buyers now.  It may go back and touch 7k area, and it is conceivable (but very unlikely to me) that the correction isn't even done and we see a spike drop to 4.4k or 5k.  However, when factoring risk/reward, is that an acceptable paper loss if we are going to see new highs before the end of the year? If you get too greedy trying to buy the bottom you might miss the bus altogether.

If I had to guess, I don't think we break 12k until after altcoin season is finished, so probably into late June/July.  Last year however, it did go straight up during altcoin season so you never know.  What is likely though is that when Altcoin season is done, the smart money who invested in Altcoins (market makers that create the pumps and sell the rips), they will pour market cap back into Btc, which should drive BTC price up.  I'd expect a 2nd half of year significant rise, if I told you where I thought it was going to be by Christmas, you'd be surprised.  But is pointless because longer range targets are dumb.  It did go from 800 to 19.5k in 2017 (24x) whilst really only touching 1% of investors at best.  If 6k is the 2018 low, what if we have even half that factored growth?

Learned a fair amount on this correction and looked closer at historical price action in years past.  There are patterns and I don't think i'll make all the dumb mistakes I made in the last year.

The most reassuring fact is the technology and surroundings are extremely bullish.  Ln coming along very nicely on mainnet; regulators seem interested in transparency for audit functions, not to stifle growth; and big business is investing in and ramping up infrastructure to embrace it's future. 

It's to each there own, buyer beware and so on.  Always possible a black swan event cripples the space i.e. Quantum Computing hack, but in all likelihood, those that hold it get richer, those that wanted to but didn't pull the trigger continue to think about what could have been.  Forget altcoins and trading, buying a little bit of Bitcoin and holding it in a hardwallet for a few years and ignore the short term volatility and noise, don't think you can do too much wrong.

Everything Else / Re: Using Bitcoin
« Last post by krampster on April 17, 2018, 06:45:29 AM »
I couldn?t agree more. I?m very curious when bitcoin will make another bull run.
Everything Else / Re: Using Bitcoin
« Last post by EEZEE on April 15, 2018, 03:49:24 PM »
Let's hear some updates on the landscape from the geniuses
Gambling / Re: March Madness Pool
« Last post by nikeboy on April 02, 2018, 11:44:22 PM »
so my fav team of all time Syracuse plays the team I hate the most-Duke in the sweet sixteen yet I need Duke to win and keep winning to have a shot at this year's pool-irony anyone?

If Duke can win and Purdue loses, I officially box out Prepstyle-yayyyy but Larking is very much alive with his Texas Tech.

I think Adam has Eezee boxed out unless West Virginia wins.

Crazyiest madness I think I've ever seen.........at least since the George Mason year.  Feels like this is Villanova's tourney to lose now.  If they make final four, they prob win it all making Adam the winner.  If it's Kentucky vs Villanova, that would be the ultimate final. 

Villanova prob wins making Adam (who?) the winner of 2018 March Madness.

Professional Sports / Re: 2018 March Madness
« Last post by nikeboy on April 01, 2018, 10:46:10 PM »
NCAA, Basketball
Michigan Mon 04/02/18 06:20 PM
Spread (or run line) +6.5 for Game 1.961
Risking 110.00 to Win 105.71 CAD
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