The Great Wall

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The Great Wall is a luck game. There are many different stakes scattered among the islands, ranging from a single Bitmill to a full Bitcoin.

Gameplay

Each Great Wall is segmented, with the number of segments varying between them. To play, you "create a painting", and place it upon The Great Wall. You can place up to five paintings on a single segment of the wall. If you create a magnificent work of art, you then have the option to cash out on what you've earned (referred to as your "stipend"), or create another painting for a larger stipend. There are many different magnificent works of art you can create! However, there is a chance you may paint Mongolians instead. When you create a painting consisting of Mongolians, the rest of the paintings you placed on The Great Wall also turn to the painting of the Mongolians, and you lose your stipend. Your chances of painting Mongolians is constant from painting to painting.

Cost/Profit

You only need to pay one time for a full round of the game. A single bet is placed initially, with your very first painting. Any subsequent paintings, provided you do not collect the stipend or paint Mongolians, are free. With every painting you place, the stipend you could receive for your works of art increases exponentially. Therefore, the more paintings places, the greater your profit will be.

Payout Table

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PaintingsPayout
00%
1120%
2150%
3190%
4240%
5300%
6380%
7480%
8620%
9780%
10990%
111250%
121500%
132000%
142500%
153200%
164000%
175100%
186400%
198000%
2010000%

Note: "Paintings" refers to the number of paintings successfully placed on the wall without any Mongolians. As soon as you place Mongolians on the wall, that number becomes 0. Payout is the percentage of the original bet you receive if you choose to collect the stipend.

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