SatoshiHill proves that the odds are as advertised (1% house edge) and that the rolls are predetermined and cannot react to how players bet. SatoshiHill is provably fair.
What are the game odds?
The house margin is scaled between 0 and 1 %, depending on how long you hold. An additional 1 % is effectively taken from every bet and put into the bonus pool, which is distributed in its entirety every game. As a consequence, skilless or random play has—at worst—an expected return of -2 %, but it is possible to overcome the house margin by skillfully getting bonuses.
The numbers are baked into the game, so you never need to worry about it. We do not have a fixed house margin, as this would prevent highly conservative play (e.g. If you were only attempting to make $2 in a $100 game, a house margin of 1 % would be 50 % of your potential profits!). Our unique formula makes it fair for both highly conservative play (cash out early) and highly aggressive play (hold until you’re a millionaire). All games are provably fair.
The exact formula for the houses expected return is:
1 % * (intendedCashOut – roomAmount) * (roomAmount / intendedCashOut)
The other important thing to keep in mind is that every game has a 1 % chance of instantly busting. We do not make any money on it, but rather use this to fund the bonus scheme. This is an important consideration to make if you are playing in such a way that you never win the bonus.