Primedice Review

Reviewed by Mathew Wilburn

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Name: Primedice

URLwww.primedice.com

Established Year: 2013

License: Curacao


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Bitcoin Only: Yes

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Primedice Review

Primedice is a simple site – they only offer dice games.

And yet, since May 2013, more than 60,000 players have joined Primedice. More than 200 million has been wagered, and more than 1 billion bets have been made.

They do simple well. (You’ll see what I mean when I explain how to play their dice game in the next section.)

But what stood out the most is the FREE bitcoin they gave me when I signed up. I used that to check out their software and test their games. (I explain how to get yours in the promotions section).

Okay – enough of the teasing – let’s get to the review.

The other option, of course, is to just check them out. You won’t regret it.

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Pros and cons

Pros

  • Easy to use Website
  • Free and Real Bitcoin Games
  • Deposit with Ease

Cons

  • Limited Mobile Compatibility
  • No Real Games for USA Players
  • Help Available via Email Only

How to Play

Alright – you’re going to have two options. You can play against the house or against other players.

I just played against the house. Here’s how it all works.

You’re going to have two choices:

  • How much you bet per roll.
  • How much you want the payout to be.

This will spit out a number. Let’s call that number 65.

Next, you’ll have to choose if you want to bet that you’ll roll a number higher –or– lower than the number they give you (in our case – 65).

The higher the payout you choose, the smaller the margin you’ll work with.

For example, if you want their 10x payout (the max). You’ll have to roll than a 90 or lower than a 10 on a scale of 1-100.

Not too easy, huh?

But if you go with a 2x payout (almost even money) you’ll only need to roll higher than a 51 or lower than a 49 to win.

Much, much easier.

You can make super tiny bets, too – even smaller than 0.00000500. You can make a small $1, $5 or $10 bankroll last you hours if you’re betting small on even money outcomes.

That said – keep in mind that if you bet microscopic amounts that there will be a point where, no matter how much you win, you’ll hardly move the (profit) needle. In one case I had to win 3-4x in a row to show a profit.

One other thing – they have an auto roll feature that plays for you. Enter how much you want to bet, how many times you want to roll, if you want the bets to stay the same win or lose, or if you want them to increase a percentage on wins and/or losses.

I used this feature and rolled 100 times within 1-2 minutes.

You’ll want to be careful, though. You can quickly burn through a tiny bankroll (like the one they give you) in a matter of seconds. But I still had more fun this way than rolling the dice manually.

Alright – you’re going to have two options. You can play against the house or against other players.

I just played against the house. Here’s how it all works.

You’re going to have two choices:

  • How much you bet per roll.
  • How much you want the payout to be.

This will spit out a number. Let’s call that number 65.

Next, you’ll have to choose if you want to bet that you’ll roll a number higher –or– lower than the number they give you (in our case – 65).

The higher the payout you choose, the smaller the margin you’ll work with.

For example, if you want their 10x payout (the max). You’ll have to roll than a 90 or lower than a 10 on a scale of 1-100.

Not too easy, huh?

But if you go with a 2x payout (almost even money) you’ll only need to roll higher than a 51 or lower than a 49 to win.

Much, much easier.

You can make super tiny bets, too – even smaller than 0.00000500. You can make a small $1, $5 or $10 bankroll last you hours if you’re betting small on even money outcomes.

That said – keep in mind that if you bet microscopic amounts that there will be a point where, no matter how much you win, you’ll hardly move the (profit) needle. In one case I had to win 3-4x in a row to show a profit.

One other thing – they have an auto roll feature that plays for you. Enter how much you want to bet, how many times you want to roll, if you want the bets to stay the same win or lose, or if you want them to increase a percentage on wins and/or losses.

I used this feature and rolled 100 times within 1-2 minutes.

You’ll want to be careful, though. You can quickly burn through a tiny bankroll (like the one they give you) in a matter of seconds. But I still had more fun this way than rolling the dice manually.


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Windows

Why players love Primedice

  • Simple and easy betting site that offers dice games.
  • More than 60,000 players have joined Primedice.
  • Their platform is mobile-ready.
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Security

Restricted countries

United States, United Kingdom

Supported languages

English

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Customer support


Phone: No
Chat: No

Verdict

Primedice is a far superior option than Betcoin Dice, despite having fewer games to play.

Here’s what I like about them:

  • There are different backgrounds. This keeps their one game fresh.
  • No confirmations on deposits (this means they’re instant).
  • Their platform is mobile-ready.
  • They have live stats.
  • If you find a bug (worth fixing) they’ll pay you. They’ve paid out 30 BTC to date.
  • There are no complaints of payout issues or delays – even with some 6-figure high rolling winners.

Are there any downsides? Sure, no one is perfect:

  • They offer one game. If you have ADD you might not want to sign up.
  • They limit their payouts per bet. This is a minor complaint, though, since their max threshold is 40 BTC.

Overall this is a cool site and a solid example of how things should be done.

They’re a much better choice than Betcoin Dice (which we rated a D) too. I give them an A-.

Check them out – I think you’ll agree with me.

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