Few jobs in the world require extensive amount of skills, and years-and-years of practice. One such job is gem cutting. All the beautiful jewelry out there are fruits of painstaking labor, which makes it quite expensive. Gem cutting requires specialized equipment and specific skillset. Flaws in the stones can make the process much harder than it already is. If one has what it takes to be a gem cutter, then working on the Gem Cutting Table on Dragon’s Tale will be a walk in the park.
Gem Cutting Table is one of the most difficult skill-based game on Dragon’s Tale Bitcoin Gambling Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG). In order to win the game, the player will have to transform a rough, uncut gemstone into a finished stone which is same as the provided reference sample. The Gem Cutting Table game comes with two different wager options, one that accepts a bet of 100 BTM and another that requires the player to bet 1 BTC.
Those who are trying the game for the first time are better off playing with a lower wager. Once the player learns the required skills, he can transform into a high roller and start playing on the 1 BTC Gem Cutting Table. The 1 BTC table offers the cutters a chance to win over 18 BTCs which is 18x the wager amount. However, like real gems, the gems on Dragon’s Tale also have flaws. These structural flaws are either visible or hidden deep inside. In the case of hidden flaws, they become evident only after the player starts cutting it.
Lucky ones are the ones who find flawless gems and the highly skilled ones are those who can successfully salvage a flawed gem and win rewards. In order to get the exact shape, users can rotate the gem around all the three axes and make the cuts using three different kinds of blades. Even though the captivating game is challenging, it is worth every moment and the rewards make the whole experience much better.
For those who like challenges and are proud of their skills, this is the right game.
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