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June 13th, 2021 at 3:18:29 PM permalink
Quote: MDawg

The prescription version of Niacin flush is what you want.






MDawg is again making horrible medical recommendations





from N.I.H. - one of the most highly respected medical organizations in the world:





Note...................... Nicacin is the generic name for nicotonic acid, nicotinamide and related derivatives






" high intakes of both nicotinic acid and nicotinamide taken as a dietary supplement or medication can cause adverse effects,

Thirty to 50 mg nicotinic acid or more typically causes flushing; the skin on the patientís face, arms, and chest turns a reddish color because of vasodilation of small subcutaneous blood vessels. The flushing is accompanied by burning, tingling, and itching sensations [2,12,35]. These signs and symptoms are typically transient and can occur within 30 minutes of intake or over days or weeks with repeated dosing; they are considered an unpleasant, rather than a toxic, side effect. However, the flushing can be accompanied by more serious signs and symptoms, such as headache, rash, dizziness, and/or a decrease in blood pressure.

When taken in pharmacologic doses of 1,000 to 3,000 mg/day, nicotinic acid can also cause more serious adverse effects [2,4,12,35]. Many of these effects have occurred in patients taking high-dose nicotinic acid supplements to treat hyperlipidemias. These adverse effects can include hypotension severe enough to increase the risk of falls; fatigue; impaired glucose tolerance and insulin resistance; gastrointestinal effects, such as nausea, heartburn, and abdominal pain; and ocular effects, such as blurred or impaired vision and macular edema (a buildup of fluid at the center of the retina). High doses of nicotinic acid taken over months or years can also be hepatotoxic; effects can include increased levels of liver enzymes; hepatic dysfunction resulting in fatigue, nausea, and anorexia; hepatitis; and acute liver failure [2,12,28,36]. Hepatotoxicity is more likely to occur with the use of extended-release forms of nicotinic acid [12,37,38]."






https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Niacin-HealthProfessional/




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June 13th, 2021 at 3:30:44 PM permalink
Quote: Marcusclark66

And sometimes, just sometimes the school bully is not always the one that's at fault. Sometime it's the other ones that gang up on the school bully pushing him and then pointing fingers and the teacher only sees so much. Has to act thou.

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A loyal and devoted fan on an anonymous message board?
Honorary & official #1 fan?

wth?
lilredrooster
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June 13th, 2021 at 4:02:54 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Let the record show MDawg has privately shared with me an image of a casino cage check marked "Verified Win," dated very recently (late May 2021), that is low six figures.




your whole career is based on giving very exact, technical, and accurate information on all things re gambling; including systems and methods


so, how do you explain a player who wins on every single trip; having posted about dozens of trips; and has indicated that his methods only include betting on streaks, not chasing losses, and quitting while he's ahead?



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June 13th, 2021 at 4:11:47 PM permalink
He will claim that he is just stating what he saw, not claiming it canít be manipulated. Just like he said he handled the Rolex but not that he verifies itís authenticity either way itís a bad look from the leader of this forum
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June 13th, 2021 at 4:34:17 PM permalink
Quote: Expectedvalue

He will claim that he is just stating what he saw, not claiming it canít be manipulated. Just like he said he handled the Rolex but not that he verifies itís authenticity either way itís a bad look from the leader of this forum



Please do not disrespect the leader of this forum, Mr. Wizard. Mr. Wizard has a tremendous amount of experience and is mathematically a genius from what I have read and what I have explored into his background and what has been written about him.

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June 13th, 2021 at 4:37:37 PM permalink
Quote: lilredrooster

how do you explain a player who wins on every single trip; having posted about dozens of trips; and has indicated that his methods only include betting on streaks, not chasing losses, and quitting while he's ahead?



I'm strictly sworn to secrecy about how mdawg plays. So, I will make a general statement, as follows.

No betting system can beat baccarat. Unless it relies on card counting, a betting system cannot even dent the house edge in baccarat. If a player claims to consistently beat the game straight up, without some form of advantage play, then I would assume one of the following to be the case:

  • The player has a very large bankroll compared to his winning goals and hasn't reached the "long term" yet.
  • The player has been, what most people would call, "lucky." I would say his overall results have are well on the right side of the bell curve, thus far.
  • The player is exaggerating.
  • The player is not keeping accurate records.


I have known plenty of recreational gamblers who always seem to come back from a casino trip with stories of winning. Said stories seem to grow with time. I'm not necessarily filing mdawg in that group. To be honest, I don't really care. I don't see why so many are so hot and bothered with him.
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June 13th, 2021 at 4:55:01 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

I'm strictly sworn to secrecy about how mdawg plays. So, I will make a general statement, as follows.

No betting system can beat baccarat. Unless it relies on card counting, a betting system cannot even dent the house edge in baccarat. If a player claims to consistently beat the game straight up, without some form of advantage play, then I would assume one of the following to be the case:

  • The player has a very large bankroll compared to his winning goals and hasn't reached the "long term" yet.
  • The player has been, what most people would call, "lucky." I would say his overall results have are well on the right side of the bell curve, thus far.
  • The player is exaggerating.
  • The player is not keeping accurate records.


I have known plenty of recreational gamblers who always seem to come back from a casino trip with stories of winning. Said stories seem to grow with time. I'm not necessarily filing mdawg in that group. To be honest, I don't really care. I don't see why so many are so hot and bothered with him.



LOL. Call it my journalism background or English writing option or whatever, but I got a real kick out of the use of the word "exaggerating" as the third reason.

It's a curious word, as it carries with it a value connotation. Kind of a Goldilocks decision. As a writer or speaker, you have a range of words you can insert in that third reason. You could say "joshing," for example, but that implies a certain coziness and light heartedness. Probably too small a bed. Then you have "exaggerating," which has more of an objective ring to it, but doesn't assign any nefariousness. That would be Goldilocks' middle bed. I think most folks can figure out what other words might fit the bill, and might fit the bill more accurately than "joshing" or "exaggerating." But these other words, although reflecting reality more than "joshing" or "exaggerating," might be perceived as direct insults. So far be it for me to spell them out here.

I just think the choice of the word "exaggerating" was really funny. Too much preciousness with that word choice. Sometimes when it quacks, you really should identify the thing.
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June 13th, 2021 at 5:03:14 PM permalink
Let's see ... the Wiz posits four possible scenarios, but I see no rational basis with any of them them for him to be muzzled and "strictly sworn to secrecy."

If he witnessed a large bankroll that's nothing new in sin city, and is in fact what the bettor claims to have, so no secrets there.

Similarly "luck happens:" variance is no secret.

Were he to conclude there was exaggeration or sloppy records there' woul be no need to be "strictly sworn to secrecy."

Does not compute.
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Marcusclark66
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June 13th, 2021 at 5:51:18 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

I'm strictly sworn to secrecy about how mdawg plays. So, I will make a general statement, as follows.

No betting system can beat baccarat. Unless it relies on card counting, a betting system cannot even dent the house edge in baccarat. If a player claims to consistently beat the game straight up, without some form of advantage play, then I would assume one of the following to be the case:

  • The player has a very large bankroll compared to his winning goals and hasn't reached the "long term" yet.
  • The player has been, what most people would call, "lucky." I would say his overall results have are well on the right side of the bell curve, thus far.
  • The player is exaggerating.
  • The player is not keeping accurate records.


I have known plenty of recreational gamblers who always seem to come back from a casino trip with stories of winning. Said stories seem to grow with time. I'm not necessarily filing mdawg in that group. To be honest, I don't really care. I don't see why so many are so hot and bothered with him.



Mr. Wizard, you are definitely a super person, straight up person, fantastic administrator and forum leader! Thank You. Huge handshake out to you.

I work in the casino industry as you well know from what you have read and what we have communicated, but I have almost no experience running table games and knowledge of the inside of the games either for the casino or for the player. I am considered an expert and my education and my training is to the financial end of it all, the regulatory end, the state and federal requirements and everything else to do with running the property, the safety of the patrons, regulatory standards as well as federal reporting in regards to the financial end of player transactions and everything else to do with that.

However I have talked to numerous upper-level Casino executives including players that have played their entire lives and during the last couple of years I have focused a lot of my conversations on player wins and player losses. It is very interesting what the bottom line is one can come away with. I'm talking with all of these kind of people from vast educational, financial and experienced backgrounds.

I will have to side with you and say the four ultimatums you have offered for an explanation into the special MDawg and his stories are spot-on, however myself, you and anyone else on this board does not know 100% how valid each and every story that is written by himself as well as any other member actually are. I personally detest assuming, assumption, guessing and forming opinions of others when that person was not observed in order to accurately discount his claim 'story', et cetera.

Once again, I do admire yourself and I am a huge fan of MDawg from many reasons!

Signed with Respect & Admiration of The Wizard and MDawg
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June 13th, 2021 at 6:04:10 PM permalink
I had an odd encounter at the cashier's cage. A suit was back there with the cashier. I was asking about the $5 free play I should get for my 100 session points. They didn't know what I was talking about and told me to go to the promotions desk, which was closed. But the suit added, he had never heard of "session points", and I just about lost it, but just burst out with a laugh behind my mask, and left.

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