WHAT GAME IS THIS?

What Is Video Poker?

Video Poker involves 52 cards in a deck. When you get a winning hand, you get a great reward.

How To Play It?
Place your bet then tap or click the "deal" button.
You will be dealt 5 cards and have the opportunity to discard one or more of them in exchange for new ones drawn from the same virtual deck.
After the draw, Coco will pay out the corresponding amount if the hand or hands played matches one of the winning combinations.
Unlike the table version, the player may discard all 5 of their original cards if they so choose.

**Auto Mode Operation Instructions:**

[ON WIN] when you win, the next bet amount will 'increase by (your set)' or 'Rest to initial amount'.

[ON LOSE] when you lose, the next bet amount will 'increase by (your set)' or 'Rest to initial amount'.

[STOP ON WIN] Once the amount won (from start to this bet) is bigger/equal than (your set). auto will stop;

[STOP ON LOSS] Once the amount lost (from start to this bet) may be bigger/equal than (your set), auto will stop.

BANKROLL

What is the bankroll?

The bankroll is the pool of money that the bankroller uses to pay out winners of the game.
The max profit that players can win from a round of the game is determined by the size of the bankroll. The larger the bankroll, the more players can win.
Each player can only win 0.75 % of the bankroll per round
All players can only win 1.125% of the funds per round
Players can bet on the bankroll (i.e. become bankrollers), and their bet is added to the bankroll such that they win when the house wins and they lose when the house loses.

How does the pool of funds operate?

The bankroll implements a shareholding system that allows everyone to participate and obtain the corresponding shares.
The house edge is 1%. 99% of each bet will go to the bankroll, and the remaining 1% will be reserved for platform operating costs.
Payouts made to the winning players will be deducted from the bankroll.

How does leverage investment work?

We'll add the selected multiplier to your initial investment ( minus dilution fee ). If the Bankroll goes down and your initial investment goes to 0, you're get liquidated and you lost your investment.
Hint: You can also use this feature as an Off-Site investment.
Let's make an example:
Let's say have 1 Bitcoin. You could deposit them to your Account and invest them all. You would now be entrusting your whole 1BTC to Bc.game, with the associated risks. Alternatively, you could deposit just 0.1 BTC of them, invest them, and then tell the site "I have 0.9 more BTC that I want to invest". You keep those coins safe in your own wallet with your own private key, but they are counted as part of the Game bankroll. Your share of the bankroll and your share of the site's profits and losses is the same as if you had invested your whole 1BTC. If the site should have a run of bad luck such that your 0.1 BTC goes to 0, You'll get liquidated and your leverage will be set to 0. In that way, you can never get into debt with the site but you can deposit again and keep your share of the bankroll.

What is the bankroller dilution fee?

Every time you bet on the house, 2 % of your bet is paid out to the other bankrollers according to their stake in the bankroll.
Put another way, every time somebody else bets on the house, you are awarded a portion of their 2 % dilution fee.
For example, if you bet 1 ETH on the house, then 2 % (0.02 ETH) of your house bet is spread out among the other bankrollers, and the remaining 0.98 ETH is added to your stake.
To capitalize on the dilution fee system, you will want to bet as much as you can on the house as early as possible. As you maximize your stake, you maximize your claim on future dilution fees.
This is our way of rewarding long-time bankrollers. It's never too late to become one!
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