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Here they are, the results to last week's Amidakuji.


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This week, I'm happy to say that we had a lot of participants and pulled in a decent-sized jackpot, 18.932 SBD and 12.176 Steem. I would love to see these numbers continue to rise.


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In addition to having a lot of participants this week, we also had a lot of winners--eight to be exact.

A big congratulations goes out to @rt395, @ackhoo, @fem-of-war, @darkerhorse, @kuenok, @dwhntx, @farmstead, and @alvinfang, each of whom won 2 Steem and 3 SBD.

It isn't not much, but I decided to throw in a little extra Steem and SBD to each of you because the jackpot was divided amongst so many winners and shrank considerably as a result. It's also my way of saying, Thanks for following me.


I hope you'll all join me again next week and try your luck!


Happy Steeming Everyone!

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Thank you so much for sending an update on results. I did not win but it was exciting. Upvoted

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Thanks for the upvote. Please play again next week.

Oh wow thanks!

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Hopefully, this is just the beginning of a lucky week.

This was a great game. It actually kind of reminds me a bit of pachinko a bit though it's also quite different. I'm definitely joining next week. Thanks @boxcarblue for using such a unique method to reward your followers.

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I've never quite figured out how to play pachinko. I know the basic premise is similar to this, but with all the story based game machines out there, I generally can't figure out what I'm supposed to be doing.

Check back next Tuesday for another Amidakuji.

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I think the general premise is you launch a ball slightly similar to how an old pinball machine works then the ball falls downwards bouncing off a lot tiny metal pins. The player usually hopes the ball lands in certain catching spots that offer pay outs. I actually always thought it was random luck but I have read stories about professional Pachinko players before.

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That is the basic premise. A lot of games these days, in Japan anyway, have stories and animations connected to them with special chances and challenges, etc. I've only tried playing a few times, but it was beyond me.

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Hmmm, I'll have to add pachinko to my blog-to-do list 😎👍

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It's a topic worth writing about. I haven't gone there yet because I can't stand all the smoke and noise of the big pachinko halls and also because it's not something I really understand.

I'm looking forward to hearing about the education seminar you attended. If you don't mind, send me a link once it's posted.

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The post is up, https://steemit.com/steemiteducation/@chillinkansai/recap-of-the-educational-conference-in-kyoto-this-week
I'll see if there is another way to send this to you as well.

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Will do! :D

wow i won again. thanks

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Congratulations! Luck is on your side.

Never heard of this game, looks like Piet Mondriaan art :))

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It is a japanese game to e.g. decide chores. He did an article about it 3(?) month back.

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That's so cool!

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I've never heard of that artist before.

Here's a link to an explanation of the game, https://steemit.com/japan/@boxcarblue/gndmu-this-is-japan

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Oh you should check him out, he was a Dutch painter. Very famous.

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I will. Thanks. This picture reminds me of a stained glass window a little.

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And thanks for bringing the curious case of Amidakuji up, you know Ami can be "friend" and dakuji is "thank you".

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That's sounds like the title of a novel or a movie.

In what language does dakuji mean thank you?

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I liked that movie when I saw it years ago. Is the amidakuji used in it? I'll have to rewatch it and check.

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If you want to try your luck, this week's Amidakuji is up.

https://steemit.com/game/@boxcarblue/august-1st-amidakuji

Wow! What a pleasant surprise... wonderful early start to the week! Thank you very much, @boxcarblue ! Am most grateful...

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I'm glad to hear it. Enjoy the rest of your week.

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You too... Have a great week ahead!! 🙂 🌼

Oh, I missed that one :(

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There's always next week. Btw, I saw some Amidakuji generators online the other day. I haven't tried them out yet, though.

Easiest Steem ever! Ready to go again. And re-steemed so we can get that pot bigger next time. Thanks for doing this Box.

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Thanks for the help. I try to put a new one out every other Tuesday.

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Wow! What is this game? I'd like to participate the next time. :) Congrats to all the winners! :)

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Here's an explanation, https://steemit.com/japan/@boxcarblue/gndmu-this-is-japan

I'll try to remind you next week when the new one comes out.

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This is very fascinating. Thanks... I'll also keep an eye out for your next post. I'd like to try my hand at it. :)

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Please take some time to check out the last post on my blog. It's a bit long and simply written, but it's heartfelt and about the role of Steemit in my life and about all the people whose blogs I enjoy visiting frequently including yours.

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Please do.

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Oh, thank you @boxcarblue. This is helpful, otherwise I might have missed it again. I'll check it out asap.

Très bon article qui est très bien fait de votre part . Merci.

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I'm glad you liked it.

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Thanks! I really appreciate it.

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I'm glad you got to be a winner this week.

Wow thanks!!

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It's your lucky week.

congrats everyone!