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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #120 on: January 07, 2015, 11:35:19 am »

All Nxt assets and currencies suffer from Nxt's high transaction fees. Say each poker hand has 10 transactions on average. At 2 cent per transaction, that's 20cent per hand, or 20 dollars per hundred hands.

You should fork NXT to NXT Poker chips separate network of a few nodes and sell the chips on the NXT platform at AE or MS, redeemable back to NXT like any casino. Fees could be kept close to zero on the forked NXT Poker chips platform. Customers only pay the NXT network fees when they buy or sell chips to play.
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #121 on: January 08, 2015, 08:35:19 pm »

how do you guys feel about this logo, made by Eth.






personally I like it, at first we went at it with the SN theme, as such:

but I like the color red as it is the colour of luck, and we have black theme in the GUI so red/black feels like a good path
but nothing is settled yet! I feel the spades for a logo might be a bit overplayed, but on the other hand it associates well with Poker

we discussed other things, like making the logo like a 6/6 table, each letter of pangea resembling a chair, but didnt end up looking good so we left that
I'm open to discussion/feedback whether people like this one, or if someone feels it should be slightly modified in a certain way, or have another cool idea
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #122 on: January 08, 2015, 08:52:15 pm »

I love it!
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #123 on: January 08, 2015, 08:53:32 pm »

I'm into it. I don't understand the vertical line extending all the way to the "o" in "poker", but I think the logo looks really good.
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #124 on: January 08, 2015, 08:53:43 pm »

Very nice black and red  8) 8) 8)

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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #125 on: January 09, 2015, 01:08:07 am »

Very nice logo, like the orange one more.
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« Reply #126 on: January 09, 2015, 01:13:31 am »

Loving the logo!
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #127 on: January 09, 2015, 09:14:47 am »

is there a specific concept behind the logo? maybe work with what pangea is (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pangaea) ?

the logo has a classy touch with the font, but i'm getting a 'lawyer business card vibe' from it.
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #128 on: January 09, 2015, 10:36:39 am »

Let me introduce myself first a bit. I have been a professional gambler for 30 years now and playing poker for the last 15 years.
With my background it's very logical that I am interested in a project like this and of course I already bought some PANGEA.
But some questions remain.
First of course the situation on the rake part, discussed earlier this week. How is PANGEA going to function without the players having to pay 1 NXT on every action?
Then a very important question is; is there already a team abvailable that is going to run the pokerroom? Oversseeing the whole development of online poker from Mike Caro's planetpoker to what it is today, it's pretty obvious that the succes of an online pokerroom is the result of the performance of the team behind it.
Many online pokerrooms came and lost because there was 1 site that did everything better; Pokerstars.
Actually I hope to see, a team behind PANGEA that likes to run the pokerroom taking Pokerstars as an example.
I am talking about;
Excellent and quick support.
Smooth working software.
Changing currency against very low costs.
Guaranteed tournaments, very important, because action in cashgames is becoming less and less.
What about software like holdemmanager, are we able to use it or not?
Maybe contracting some "PANGEA-PRO'S" who help to promote, play everyday and get paid in some kind of way.
Rakeback system.
FPP rewards.
Promotional actions, some extra coins on first deposit...etc.

What I mean to say is, that just developing a pokerroom without further intentions might be too less of an effort to get the job done.

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« Reply #129 on: January 09, 2015, 12:59:13 pm »

Let me introduce myself first a bit. I have been a professional gambler for 30 years now and playing poker for the last 15 years.
With my background it's very logical that I am interested in a project like this and of course I already bought some PANGEA.
But some questions remain.
First of course the situation on the rake part, discussed earlier this week. How is PANGEA going to function without the players having to pay 1 NXT on every action?

Thanks for your questions. How Pangea functions without paying 1NXT is most likely by not running on the Nxt blockchain. Now which blockchain it runs on is another question, and there are various options that we are investigating. This is still early in the development of this product, and various technical challenges remain.

Then a very important question is; is there already a team abvailable that is going to run the pokerroom? Oversseeing the whole development of online poker from Mike Caro's planetpoker to what it is today, it's pretty obvious that the succes of an online pokerroom is the result of the performance of the team behind it.
Many online pokerrooms came and lost because there was 1 site that did everything better; Pokerstars.
Actually I hope to see, a team behind PANGEA that likes to run the pokerroom taking Pokerstars as an example.
I am talking about;
Excellent and quick support.
Smooth working software.
Changing currency against very low costs.
Guaranteed tournaments, very important, because action in cashgames is becoming less and less.
What about software like holdemmanager, are we able to use it or not?
Maybe contracting some "PANGEA-PRO'S" who help to promote, play everyday and get paid in some kind of way.
Rakeback system.
FPP rewards.
Promotional actions, some extra coins on first deposit...etc.

What I mean to say is, that just developing a pokerroom without further intentions might be too less of an effort to get the job done.

I understand your concerns. I was a professional poker player myself for 6 years or so and know that the game playing software is just a fraction of what it takes to get a good pokerroom up and running.

In a decentralized environment, we have to think about issues such as you've mentioned in a different way. Pokerstars is the gold standard, but Pangea will be a different animal. It will undoubtedly be worse in some ways, hopefully be better in others.

I have a number of ideas of how it could work out well in terms of most of what you mentioned, but we have to solve the technical challenges first, so that we know what is possible and what isn't in our decentralized solution. There's no point working out a fantastic rewards system now, then finding out in 6 months time that it won't fit into the final technical solution.

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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #130 on: January 09, 2015, 03:09:38 pm »

Let me introduce myself first a bit. I have been a professional gambler for 30 years now and playing poker for the last 15 years.
With my background it's very logical that I am interested in a project like this and of course I already bought some PANGEA.
But some questions remain.
First of course the situation on the rake part, discussed earlier this week. How is PANGEA going to function without the players having to pay 1 NXT on every action?

Thanks for your questions. How Pangea functions without paying 1NXT is most likely by not running on the Nxt blockchain. Now which blockchain it runs on is another question, and there are various options that we are investigating. This is still early in the development of this product, and various technical challenges remain.

Then a very important question is; is there already a team abvailable that is going to run the pokerroom? Oversseeing the whole development of online poker from Mike Caro's planetpoker to what it is today, it's pretty obvious that the succes of an online pokerroom is the result of the performance of the team behind it.
Many online pokerrooms came and lost because there was 1 site that did everything better; Pokerstars.
Actually I hope to see, a team behind PANGEA that likes to run the pokerroom taking Pokerstars as an example.
I am talking about;
Excellent and quick support.
Smooth working software.
Changing currency against very low costs.
Guaranteed tournaments, very important, because action in cashgames is becoming less and less.
What about software like holdemmanager, are we able to use it or not?
Maybe contracting some "PANGEA-PRO'S" who help to promote, play everyday and get paid in some kind of way.
Rakeback system.
FPP rewards.
Promotional actions, some extra coins on first deposit...etc.

What I mean to say is, that just developing a pokerroom without further intentions might be too less of an effort to get the job done.

I understand your concerns. I was a professional poker player myself for 6 years or so and know that the game playing software is just a fraction of what it takes to get a good pokerroom up and running.

In a decentralized environment, we have to think about issues such as you've mentioned in a different way. Pokerstars is the gold standard, but Pangea will be a different animal. It will undoubtedly be worse in some ways, hopefully be better in others.

I have a number of ideas of how it could work out well in terms of most of what you mentioned, but we have to solve the technical challenges first, so that we know what is possible and what isn't in our decentralized solution. There's no point working out a fantastic rewards system now, then finding out in 6 months time that it won't fit into the final technical solution.

Thanks a lot for the all info.
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #131 on: January 09, 2015, 06:59:34 pm »

so new day, and Eth has been at work and sent me 2 new logos that we have to take into consideration now! one of them, with the pangea touch, I wonder what people not familiar with the continent think they are looking at? also, another clean version, thoughts versus the older ones?






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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #132 on: January 09, 2015, 07:02:07 pm »

They will say, 'Who is that dude outlined in red and why does he have such a big nose?' :)
Actually I like this concept a lot but it's not the best version of Pangea (borrowed from wikipedia).
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #133 on: January 09, 2015, 07:05:42 pm »

I saw a Pinochio right away too. But both look awesome, you can make a good case for both.
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« Reply #134 on: January 09, 2015, 07:07:42 pm »

They will say, 'Who is that dude outlined in red and why does he have such a big nose?' :)
Actually I like this concept a lot but it's not the best version of Pangea (borrowed from wikipedia).

There are 7 faces embedded in that image. See if you can spot them all.

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Only joking.
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #135 on: January 09, 2015, 07:10:12 pm »

I can find 34. Not joking.
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« Reply #136 on: January 09, 2015, 07:44:12 pm »

I found Wally!
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #137 on: January 09, 2015, 11:41:06 pm »

Pangea is Alien
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Re: Pangea Poker - asset 6883271355794806507
« Reply #138 on: January 10, 2015, 01:52:18 am »

Pangea had big balls
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« Reply #139 on: January 18, 2015, 03:28:36 pm »

Quick update.

I got a poker engine that will deal hands working. This works in a centralized manner, but as a early stage, we'll probably hook up the GUI to a centralized dealer to get all the kinks worked out.
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Pangea Poker Game #793422 , 1/2 Holdem NoLimit - 2015-01-16 21:46:43
Seat 1: Kirk (12)
Seat 2: Spock (17)
Seat 3: KHAAANNNN!!! (100)
Seat 4: Redshirt 2 (40)
Seat 5:
Seat 6: Redshirt 1 (100)
Kirk posts small blind 1
Spock posts big blind 2
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Kirk [7c 3s]
Dealt to Spock [Jh Js]
Dealt to KHAAANNNN!!! [2d Qs]
Dealt to Redshirt 2 [Qh 6d]
Dealt to Redshirt 1 [4c 2s]
KHAAANNNN!!!:  raises 7 to 7
Redshirt 2: folds
Redshirt 1: calls 7
Kirk: calls 6
Spock: calls 5
*** FLOP *** [6c 3d 4s]
Kirk: checks
Spock: checks
KHAAANNNN!!!: bets 14
Redshirt 1: calls 14
Kirk: calls 5 and is all-in
Spock: calls 10 and is all-in
*** TURN *** [6c 3d 4s] [Tc]
KHAAANNNN!!!: bets 35
Redshirt 1: folds
Uncalled bet (35) returned to KHAAANNNN!!!
*** RIVER *** [6c 3d 4s] [Tc] [As]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
KHAAANNNN!!!: shows [2d Qs] (High Card)
KHAAANNNN!!!: collected 8.0 from side pot-2
Spock: shows [Jh Js] (Pair)
Spock: collected 15.0 from side pot-1
Kirk: shows [7c 3s] (Pair)
Spock: collected 48.0 from main pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 71
Board [6c 3d 4s Tc As]
Seat 1: Kirk (small blind) showed [7c 3s] and lost with (Pair)
Seat 2: Spock (big blind) showed [Jh Js] and won (63.0) with (Pair)
Seat 3: KHAAANNNN!!! showed [2d Qs] and won (8.0) with (High Card)
Seat 4: Redshirt 2 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5:
Seat 6: Redshirt 1 (button) folded on the Turn

The poker engine will produce handhistories as it deals as above, and I have it running through a simple sit and go until only 1 player has money left, giving players simple actions.

So the basic poker operations are progressing well. We still need to figure out some of the core decentralization issues.
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