The story of the Tinder hack bot that became the most powerful robotic pickup artist on the planet, collecting over 300 numbers per day from girls in the Tampa area with an average response rate of 78% during a week long beta testing.


It’s common knowledge that finding love on a dating website is often a numbers game. Women often have a hard time weeding through the barrage of rudely sexual pickup lines from hundreds of men and men find themselves trying to start conversations with hundreds of women only to have one or two respond. Since the start of online dating programmers and hackers have been finding ways to increase their chances of online success using black hat methods. Whether it’s something as simple as using a picture overlaid with a fake “hot match of the day” logo on Tinder or something as complicated as hacking OkCupid with a super-computer at Harvard, computer programmers (both men and women) have been eager to use the vastness of the online dating world to automate their agendas.

Casanova, a Tinder hack program created by PartPixel in Tampa, FL started as just a fun project for the owners, Paul Terentev & Alex Kessler, to solve their own issues of time management between working and finding dates. The project started during a three day business trip to Orlando. Paul had just recently become single and Alex, an avid Tinder user was teaching him how to properly use the popular dating app during their down time. Both men are competitive by nature and immediately started challenging each other on who could get the most matches, messages, and phone numbers using two very different strategies.

Alex’s strategy was simple, use a clean, professional picture and bio and read each matches’ profile and concoct a personalized opener to start a conversation based on the girl’s personality. Paul had a different plan, he orchestrated taking professional photos of himself, bought the unlimited likes from Tinder and proceeded to like every girl’s profile in the area and sent a generic message to every match to save time. Alex’s ended his day with less matches than Paul but with more phone numbers from interested women. Paul had almost twice the matches but his messages were less personal, so he received less phone numbers. Unfortunately, the two had spend many hours trying to simply get dates that they had little time left to actually go on any dates. This was a solution that could be solved by a computer, it had to be automated.

Enter Casanova: the Tinder bot that automatically picks up girls for you using personal, artificially intelligent openers and pick up lines. The bot is a combination of both Alex’s and Paul’s methods which were successful in their own way, but together became the most powerful robotic pickup artist on the planet, collecting over 300 numbers from girls in the Tampa area with an average response rate of 78% during a week long beta testing. The robot, created through a combination of php and python code, takes the complication of online dating out and simply gives the user results.


Most Tinder users are aware that any online interaction is usually impersonal and talking with someone through a dating app is usually the fastest way to waste your time not getting to know the person. If you truly want to find connection, you must do it in person. The goal of Casanova, therefore, is to procure the match’s phone number so that a face-to-face date can be set up without having to waste hours going through the meaningless small-talk of Tinder messaging. The robot is set-up using “best practices” of the pickup artist world, Casanova is smart, witty, and confident.


Casanova doesn’t ask for the date, he assumes the sale. He is everything a woman wants in a man and because he is a robot, he never gets nervous.

Like the ring of power, Casanova is imbued with the ideals and beliefs of it’s creators as well as tactics outlined by successful Tinder pickup artists such Be careful of the power, it’s intoxicating.



HOW IT WORKS (in detail):

Tinder uses Facebook to authenticate users so that many people can’t simply create fake profiles to increase their chances of getting matches. Therefore, to log into Casanova you must use your Facebook username and password. Don’t worry, the database run by the creators at PartPixel does not save your password. It is simply sends it to Facebook for authentication without ever even passing through outside servers. The program requires that you have a Tinder (obviously) before you can successfully login. Then, it loads your previous matches if you have any. To begin, hit the power button and let the program work!


The whole process takes about an hour. The program starts by liking all the girls in your area or just until you have run out of likes (buying unlimited likes through Tinder helps). Then, it reads each matches’ bio and categorizes them according to the following personality types:

Casanova categorizes girls based on the following types:

Humorous: Does the girl appreciate humor or is she funny herself?

Adventurous: Does she like to travel, get into trouble, or stay up late?

Sexual: Is she a single mother? Teacher? Nurse? or is she just a little horny?

Romantic: Long walks on the beach, classy, respectful. Christian…

Alpha: Does she like douchebags, muscleheads, gym rats, or bad boys?


After the bot creates a custom personality, it picks a pickup line or opening question to start a conversation. So, let’s say that the match has the following personality:

Humorous: 30%

Adventurous: 10%

Sexual: 20%

Romantic: 40%

Alpha: 0%

The robot may pick a line such as: “My heart is breaking over these bloody insurgencies all over the world. I just wish there was more I could do, you know? Do you like making out?“.

The robot continues to analyze and send openers to all your matches according to their personalities. The bot then waits for a response and judges the response on a “positive-negative” basis. It uses keywords to then add a secondary line (often connected to the first). So, if the line above worked and the girl responded with a positive “Lol, you’re funny” or “Me too :( We should do something about it.” (actual responses) Then it may respond with, “I’m funnier in person, you should give me your number so we can meet up.” or “Let’s have some coffee and we’ll make a plan. What’s your number?”.

Here is where it gets complicated. Many girls will simply give you their number, the robot will parse it and catalogue it for you, but other women will need some more persuasion before giving out personal contact information. So, your match may say something like, “I’m not going to give my number out so quickly, you need to earn it.” In this case Casanova may say something like, “Well, I don’t check this app often it’s too distracting with all these thirsty girls but I wouldn’t mind being distracted by just you.” Each line follows the guidelines of the girls’ personalities so a more adventurous version of the same response may be, “Well, I’m actually a spy working for the CIA and I prefer using a secure line for communication.”  Each response is meant to evoke more conversation, making it easy for the end-user to continue talking on his own.

Once the number is procured, the robot stops responding and lets the user step in to set up the time and location of the date. If you have your pictures done well, you are fairly good looking, and your bio is witty and fun to read, the robot will have a much easier time:


So! Are you ready to automate your dating with the Casanova Tinder hack?

Paul & Alex from PartPixel have built a user-friendly interface that works best on Google Chrome. It is free for the first few times and about $0.15 a click afterwards. You also have the ability to simply use the autoliker, conversation starter, and number miner separately. Some users prefer to do much of the talking themselves and simply need a boost on likes or starting the conversation. There is also the added functionality of the “broadcaster” which sends out a message to all your Tinder matches at once. So, let’s say you’re having a party, you can send out party invites to all the girls that liked you in your local area by simply typing the message once and hitting “send to all”.