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Thread: [Bot-Supply Exclusive] Premium Puzzle Pirates bot: Cards on Fire

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    [Bot-Supply Exclusive] Premium Puzzle Pirates bot: Cards on Fire




    **Video Coming soon**



    What it is:
    Cards on Fire is a poker odds calculator and an automatic hearts and spades card counter.




    Features:

    Gives a percent of hitting a 3 of a kind, Straight, Flush, Full house, and straight flush
    Poker calculation is pinpoint accurate
    Compact non-invasive GUI
    Gives accurate Percentiles near instantly
    Flawlessly counts cards for the games of Spades/Hearts automatically

    Price
    10 USD


    Last edited by Face; 12-06-2014 at 05:11 AM.

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    My imagination bone is tingling.

    Edit: Didn't you used to market something like this? (minus the poker)

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    You'll like the way you play.
    I guarantee it.

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    Pretty sexy bot ya got there... Might be purcahsing it soon.

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    Its pretty good I was using it like 30 min ago and I liked it.

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    <3 Gonna be getting this real soon!

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    Doesn't detect my YPP window is it because im using 64 bit java?

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    Inb4 a bot is made out of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franky View Post
    Inb4 a bot is made out of this.
    I considered going that far but it would be AOF only.

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    Not the bot I know the bot is coded in C# I wanted to know if its because my ypp is running in 64 bit java.

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