I’ll explain some of the things for both hosts and betters.
First off, the first time you join you’ll need to create an account in order to be able to have credits on it, both hosts and betters. To do this type !credits create
After that you might want to put some gps on there as a better.
Once that’s done one of the host will get a notice in query that they have to help a customer.
The host will then have to do !credits claim <user> and once they actually received the money they will do !credits confirm <user>. At that point the user will get added the mills they paid for.
If the better decides not to cashin after they did the first command, they would have to do !credits cancel but once the host has already confirmed it the command is !credits declaim <user>
In case they want to cashout it’s the same deal.
First the better types !credits cashout <amount>
Once again the host will get a notice saying that someone wants to cashout and the host will have to do !credits claim <user>. While being in trade the better will do !credits confirm and the better gets their credits deducted from their account and gets the money ingame.
!help 21/dice gives you more help about dice or 21.
!21/dice list, gives you a list of all the current OPEN wagers on one of the games.
!jackpot, shows the size of current jackpot.
!credits transfer <user> <amount> and then !credits transfer to confirm and complete it
!dice wager <amount> creates a dice duel with the amount you put in.
In order to call a dice wager you do !dice join <numberofthewager>
To leave a wager you created you do !dice leave ( leaves all dice games ) or !dice leave <id> ( specific game )
To roll you do !dice roll.
In order to call it you do !21 join <numberofthewager>
To leave a wager you created you do !21 leave ( leaves all 21 games ) or !21 leave <id> ( specific game )
To play you do !21 hit if you want to hit another card.
If you wish to stay you do !21 stand.
For hosts to be active and make sure they are able to cashin or cashout bets they simply type in !credits active.
You don’t need to cashout at the same host you cashed in with, the hosts will have a “owe” to the house or “be owed” by the house but that’s nothing a better needs to be concerned about. That’s something for the hosts in order they can keep track how much they cashed in or out.
I’m pretty sure I still forgot some things in here but it might help already since I’ve seen a lot of people struggle with it.
Last edited by Dat on 2013-08-12, 01:59; edited 6 times in total