Amidakuji #6 (Steem Giveaway)

in game •  last year

Welcome to the Amidakuji Steem Giveaway!

Pick a line and try your luck!

May 2nd Amidakuji.jpg

Hello, everyone. I hope all is going well with you. Spring has come to my part of the world and I have been enjoying some incredible weather and a lot of beautiful flowers lately. Last week's Amidakuji didn't have a winner, so we are starting this week off with a jackpot of $1.64 (.738 SBD and 3.064 Steem Power). It may not be much right now, but with your help, it will grow. I hope that someone gets lucky this week and takes it all home. Best of luck!

How To Play

There are 10 available lines to choose from. One of these lines will lead to the jackpot at the bottom of the Amidakuji.

Choose the line that you think will lead to the jackpot and write the number of the line you have chosen in the comments of this post.

If you choose the correct line, the rewards of this post will be transferred to your wallet after the initial payout period has closed. If more than one person guesses the correct line, the jackpot will be divided evenly amongst the winners.

Please Note: Only one entry per user is allowed.

Don’t forget to upvote and resteem this post. The more votes this post gets, the bigger the jackpot will be. The bigger the jackpot becomes, the more exciting the game will be.

Good Luck Everyone!


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For more information on how an Amidakuji works, please refer to this post, Amidakuji.

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I go straight for the 5 in May, it's is the 5th game also.


You like working with numbers, don't you?


I like reasons. I have to have a reason for the number I choose (possibly one reason why I never do bets and lotteries, it's stress for me :D). I may have counted the number of raindrops hanging I can see right now, that would have been above 10 ;)


I like that you post a reason for your choice. It makes things interesting.

I'll go for 8!! :)

This post has been ranked within the top 25 most undervalued posts in the first half of May 02. We estimate that this post is undervalued by $3.75 as compared to a scenario in which every voter had an equal say.

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