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December 26th, 2016 at 3:50:38 AM permalink
Accidentally bought his book on Amazon after his last appearance years ago, then realized I read that pamplet of a book for free 15 years ago at Barnes and Noble. The ends justify the means, casinos take counter measures to protect themselves, the end, that's the book in story form. He really hyped up the "beatable jackpots", which is a super loose term, describing any progressive with any meter rate and base return, and insinuated ample, abundant opportunity almost everywhere. He sells a school, and a book now. Bob and Richard should have just kicked him off the show or been harder on his bs, but they must have been afraid of dead air, not having a topic.


Peter Liston's slot school website

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Exciting
Imagine walking into a casino anywhere in the world knowing that you are the only person there who knows how to exploit the opportunities when jackpots rise above the odds.



Why yes it would be exciting and I'd probably have an orgasm. Where is your time machine parked?
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December 26th, 2016 at 6:32:39 AM permalink
His main target is "must hit by" progressive slots. I saw him speak at the World Game Protection Conference in Las Vegas a few years back. His talk boiled down to a single formula that gives the approximate dollar value of the "must hit by" progressive at which the player should play.
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December 26th, 2016 at 8:41:46 AM permalink
Quote: teliot

His main target is "must hit by" progressive slots. I saw him speak at the World Game Protection Conference in Las Vegas a few years back. His talk boiled down to a single formula that gives the approximate dollar value of the "must hit by" progressive at which the player should play.



He must have made so much money with his system he was bored and decided to show the casinos how he did it. Yea, that's exactly how it happened.
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December 26th, 2016 at 9:27:26 AM permalink
Maybe I wasn't paying attention 100% (I was driving)......but it seemed like bob & Richard were like, "WTF, whoa!!!! you can beat slot machines whaaaaaat!!!!?"

And peter Liston wasn't really talking about beating the machines, but talking about how the machines are divided amongst others in his area. And when he was talking about traveling to USA (I think Oklahoma?), seemed like he just came over to scout and not play.


Idk, it all seemed kinda odd.

I vote for Romes to go back on the show and make up more stories. ;)
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December 26th, 2016 at 9:32:32 AM permalink
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I vote for Romes to go back on the show and make up more stories. ;)



I vote for that too!
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December 26th, 2016 at 10:17:55 AM permalink
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I saw him speak at the World Game Protection Conference in Las Vegas a few years back.



I was momentarily enthralled by his daughter. As it's been 3 years, I guess I still am =p
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December 26th, 2016 at 10:27:51 AM permalink
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I was momentarily enthralled by his daughter. As it's been 3 years, I guess I still am =p



Pics?
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December 26th, 2016 at 10:30:25 AM permalink
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Pics?



None. I was there for business. But it was much more the way she spoke and carried herself than being cocktail waitress-esque, which she wasn't.
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December 26th, 2016 at 10:31:01 AM permalink
I thought that episode was just horrible. I almost thought it was a joke.
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December 26th, 2016 at 10:32:57 AM permalink
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Accidentally bought his book on Amazon after his last appearance years ago, then realized I read that pamplet of a book for free 15 years ago at Barnes and Noble. The ends justify the means, casinos take counter measures to protect themselves, the end, that's the book in story form. He really hyped up the "beatable jackpots", which is a super loose term, describing any progressive with any meter rate and base return, and insinuated ample, abundant opportunity almost everywhere. He sells a school, and a book now. Bob and Richard should have just kicked him off the show or been harder on his bs, but they must have been afraid of dead air, not having a topic.


Peter Liston's slot school website

Quote: the website

Exciting
Imagine walking into a casino anywhere in the world knowing that you are the only person there who knows how to exploit the opportunities when jackpots rise above the odds.



Why yes it would be exciting and I'd probably have an orgasm. Where is your time machine parked?



Just looked at his site. 7900 for his "class". Unreal. It reminds of the flip house "free" seminars.

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