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Member Since 09 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 13 2011 09:38 PM

In Topic: Tip.It Times - 13th March 2011

13 March 2011 - 09:39 PM

'Lets start with the most common game - 60+ 2x. The probability that percentile dice will roll from 60 to 100 is the probability that the percentile dice will roll 60, plus the probability of 61, plus 62, ... plus 99, plus 100. That is to say, 1/100 + 1/100 + 1/100 + ... + 1/100 + 1/100. From math class, remember that you can factor out the 1/100, and get 1/100 * (1 + 1 + 1 ... + 1 + 1). The (1 + 1 + 1 ... + 1 + 1) is the same as (100 - 60 + 1), so the probability of rolling 60 to 100 is 41/100. Multiply this number by the payout, which is two times the bet, to get 82 / 100. Since for every bet made you have to pay the house, subtract out 100 / 100. The final result is -18/100, or -18%. That means that for every bet made, the host is expected to take 18% of it. '

why over complicate this and lengthen it out you could have written all this in less than two lines

In Topic: Whip vs. Chaotic Rapier?

29 January 2011 - 06:10 PM

lol how can anyone say whip you have about 1k duels before the rapier even comes close to requiring to be recharged and that costs 2m after 1k stakes i think the rapier will make you a lot more than 2m over the whip it has significent stat advantages

In Topic: Tip.it Times 14 March 2010

14 March 2010 - 07:55 PM

okay i guess not on key issues though

In Topic: Tip.it Times March 7 2010

14 March 2010 - 04:22 PM

First article was too painful to read due to the grammatical mistakes, so I won't comment on the actual content of the article other than saying that using the excuse "humans make errors" does not cut it when you are an editor or even a writer for that matter. That many mistakes isn't human error. Knowing fragments from complete sentences and when run-on's occur should be common knowledge that shouldn't be overlooked. I don't think we should be the people emailing Mirrorforced with the errors because we are not the editors and it would take a while to correct all of the mistakes.

Moving on to the second article (which also had plenty of errors), I don't see a problem with the Runescape ad, as it only provides information on their own product. The revenue they bring in due to the members version of the game is what supports the free version of the game. So if you do not want to pay for a game you spend a good deal amount of time playing, then you should not be so stubborn and expect not to view advertisements.

too hard to read your serious bro? you need to get out of your university library and into the internet grammar is for books

In Topic: Tip.it Times March 7 2010

14 March 2010 - 04:20 PM

thought both articles were pointless

1) autotypers aren't that much of a pain as if we simply lost autotypers they will be replaced by players buying and selling that also fill up our chat screens

2) and Jagex have every right to promote their product to the scroungers also known as f2pers