It's always a shame when the authors and others who dispense "TMI" fail to get rich with it as their player followers. Always something "big" going on, with them, but they just can't see it.Quote: mcallister3200
...EJ's site were just too much damn info for anybody including irrational thinking/rash reaction casinos management.
Thanks 😀Quote: mcallister3200
Enjoy your retirement Eliot! Glad to hear it;) sounds like plenty of leisurely interests/pursuits to keep active with.
I had lots of work and was getting big offers internationally. I just decided to retire for no good reason other than I didn't feel like working anymore. I don't need the money. I've met some great people along the way on both sides.
Even though I published a lot on Advantage play and may have burned out a few things before their time, there has never been a better time in the history of casinos to be an advantage player.
I'm an editor on a poetry website, performing as an actor in local community theater, am a volunteer docent for the elephants at the local Zoo, and have a new band. That's plenty to do.
Most information about gambling will help casino revenues.Quote: DiscreteMaths2
I think explaining how to do something in principle is ok or about old games/machines that aren't on any gaming floors anymore. Where I think you get into trouble is when you are essentially writing a tutorial on what exactly to do. Like go to xyz casino, play abc game, bring $1234 bankroll, place $123 on the defg bets and you will make $12.34 an hour. Basically when you take all the effort out and all a person has to do is show up with money. If you look at articles online about stuff like basic strategy for blackjack or house edge for craps and they are given a lot of negative feedback and people saying that its wrong despite being 100% mathematically correct shows having to apply knowledge yourself is just too big a hurdle for the average gambler.
If you find 200 plays/day (all nickels), and your average play has three 2X multipliers, the daily EV = 200 x .75 = $150/day ($55,000/yr).Quote: prozema
...but no one is going to pay a mortgage betting nickels. Right?
If you find 200 plays/day (all nickels), and your average play has three 2X multipliers, the daily EV = 200 x .75 = $150/day ($55,000/yr).
I think $55,000/yr - expenses...is enough to pay off some mortgages. :-)