sweet lollipop sweet lollipop - 5 months ago 19
Javascript Question

I need a solution for a gambling script

I have a script for a gambling site.

What I need is that after 2 calls to the function

multiply
, it bets the maximum stake possible and after that calls the function
reset
, I mean in each two sequential loss it bets the full balance in my account reset for the minimum stake and continue playing, Because I realized that in odds of 1.1 on 'manual bet' in each 2 loss the next will be a won.

It is like: after 2 multiplyCalls bet the full balance (it is the "MAX" button in the image below) and reset the game to continue playing. Am I being clear enough?

I tried to create a function for this but did not work

The "Maximum stake" button element code is:

<a href="javascript:void(0);" id="double_your_btc_max" style="color: inherit;">MAX</a>


this is the printscreen

The part of the script I want to modify is this, the multiplyCalls function is already created. I changed the
var multiply = (current * 2).toFixed(8);
to
var multiply = (current * 1).toFixed(8);
because my strategy does not have martingale.

function multiply(){
if(multiplyCalls < 2){ // test multiply
var current = $('#double_your_btc_stake').val();
var multiply = (current * 2).toFixed(8);
$('#double_your_btc_stake').val(multiply);
multiplyCalls++; // increment
}else{
reset();
console.log('=== RESETING ===');
}
}


This is the full script:

var startValue = '0.00000001', // Don't lower the decimal point more than 4x of current balance
stopPercentage = 0.001, // In %. I wouldn't recommend going past 0.08
maxWait = 500, // In milliseconds
stopped = false,
stopBefore = 3; // In minutes
multiplyCalls = 0; // <--- Added this global

var $loButton = $('#double_your_btc_bet_lo_button'),
$hiButton = $('#double_your_btc_bet_hi_button');


function multiply(){
if(multiplyCalls < 2){ // test multiply
var current = $('#double_your_btc_stake').val();
var multiply = (current * 1).toFixed(8);
$('#double_your_btc_stake').val(multiply);
multiplyCalls++; // increment
}else{
reset();
console.log('=== RESETING ===');
}
}

function getRandomWait(){
var wait = Math.floor(Math.random() * maxWait ) + 100;

console.log('Waiting for ' + wait + 'ms before next bet.');

return wait ;
}

function startGame(){
console.log('Game started!');
reset();
$loButton.trigger('click');
}

function stopGame(){
console.log('Game will stop soon! Let me finish.');
stopped = true;
}

function reset(){
$('#double_your_btc_stake').val(startValue);

}

// quick and dirty hack if you have very little bitcoins like 0.0000001
function deexponentize(number){
return number * 1000000;
}

function iHaveEnoughMoni(){
var balance = deexponentize(parseFloat($('#balance').text()));
var current = deexponentize($('#double_your_btc_stake').val());

return ((balance*2)/100) * (current*2) > stopPercentage/100;
}

function stopBeforeRedirect(){
var minutes = parseInt($('title').text());

if( minutes < stopBefore )
{
console.log('Approaching redirect! Stop the game so we don\'t get redirected while loosing.');
stopGame();

return true;
}

return false;
}

// Unbind old shit
$('#double_your_btc_bet_lose').unbind();
$('#double_your_btc_bet_win').unbind();

// Loser
$('#double_your_btc_bet_lose').bind("DOMSubtreeModified",function(event){
if( $(event.currentTarget).is(':contains("lose")') )
{
console.log('You LOST! Multiplying your bet and betting again.');

multiply();

setTimeout(function(){
$loButton.trigger('click');
}, getRandomWait());

//$loButton.trigger('click');
}
});

// Winner
$('#double_your_btc_bet_win').bind("DOMSubtreeModified",function(event){
if( $(event.currentTarget).is(':contains("win")') )
{
if( stopBeforeRedirect() )
{
return;
}

if( iHaveEnoughMoni() )
{
console.log('You WON! But don\'t be greedy. Restarting!');

reset();

if( stopped )
{
stopped = false;
return false;
}
}
else
{
console.log('You WON! Betting again');
}

setTimeout(function(){
$loButton.trigger('click');
}, getRandomWait());
multiplyCalls = 0; // reset value
}
});startGame

Answer

So basically, you want to max the bet after two losses. Because multiply calls only occur after a loss, we can assume that the if(multiplyCalls < 2) bit takes care of that. So in the following else, all you really need to do is hit max bet instead of call reset(). Based on what I understand the code to be doing, this should be sufficient, correct?

function multiply(){
    if(multiplyCalls < 2){ // test multiply
        var current = $('#double_your_btc_stake').val();
        var multiply = (current * 1).toFixed(8);
        $('#double_your_btc_stake').val(multiply);
        multiplyCalls++; // increment
    }else{
        //reset(); /* instead of resetting here, let's max the bet. */
        $('#double_your_btc_max').trigger('click');
        console.log('=== RESETING ===');
    }
}
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