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MDawg
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August 6th, 2022 at 11:48:16 AM permalink
As far as any methods you post about or allude to,

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August 6th, 2022 at 1:06:40 PM permalink
In recent Vegas news,
https://www.ktnv.com/news/crime/las-vegas-police-investigate-robbery-stabbing-at-business-near-sahara-arville

https://nypost.com/2022/08/05/las-vegas-vape-store-owner-defends-himself-by-stabbing-would-be-robber/

https://www.reddit.com/r/CCW/comments/wh2jgh/las_vegas_smoke_shop_owner_defends_his_business/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf

a Vape store owner stabbed fatally a robber who jumped over the counter to try to grab merchandise. The robber was accompanied by two others, and had already come in and snatched the tip jar off the counter. Apparently at least one robber returned after swiping the tip jar, jumped over the counter, and was then attacked by the store owner, who used a three inch knife to stab the robber seven times.

There was a case in Vegas in 2009, where a pawn shop owner shot a robber who grabbed a Cartier and ran.

https://lasvegassun.com/news/2009/feb/02/pawn-shop-owner-fatally-shoots-man-store/

https://lasvegassun.com/news/2009/feb/03/coroner-victim-pawn-shop-shooting-shot-back/

In that case the pawn shop owner shot the robber through the glass door of the store after he had already exited and was getting away.

For that homicide the pawn shop owner pled to manslaughter and got three years probation. Around 2009, I saw the video for that shooting and it didn't look good for the pawn shop owner, as the robber was half way out the door before he was shot, but the owner claimed that before shooting him the robber had turned to him in a "menacing manner" when the magnetized door would not open. It's not clear then if the pawn shop owner then buzzed him out the door then shot him?

https://palazzolawfirm.com/las-vegas-pawn-store-owner-gets-probation-for-killing-robber/


The rule of law here is that deadly force may be used only to counter perceived deadly force - not just to defend property. I think in the current case the store owner will be able to make a case for that he was in fear for not just property but his life when the robber jumped the counter, although, it does not appear that the robber was armed.

For example, there is an old English case we studied in law school about a landowner who set up "trap guns" around his property, and one went off and killed a would be burglar. In that case the landowner was held liable for homicide - because there was no imminent perceived threat to life by a mere burglar trespassing property that was at that moment unoccupied.


The Georgia man whacked his fist on the bar. "But we can't just lock ourselves in the house and be prisoners!" he exclaimed. "We don't even know who these people are! How do you recognize them?

"You can't," my attorney replied. "The only way to do it is to take the bull by the horns - go to the mat with this scum!"

"What do you mean by that?" he asked.

"You know what I mean," said my attorney. "We've done it before, and we can damn well do it again.Ē

"Cut their goddamn heads off," I said. "Every one of them. That's what we're doing in California."

ďWhat?Ē

"Sure," said my attorney. "It's all on the Q.T., but everybody who matters is with us all the way down the line."
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August 6th, 2022 at 7:11:39 PM permalink
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As far as any methods you post about or allude to,


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How could you since I rarely post about such things? I have only mentioned maybe a handful of things I have played over the many years I have been posting, however many members of the forum have played for, with, or alongside me on numerous occasions. Here's one of the latest ones mentioned here, I gave Mike permission to write about it since I figured someone else would anyways.

https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gambling/trip-reports/35702-longhorn-double-jackpot-promotion/#post797816.
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
MDawg
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August 7th, 2022 at 7:45:40 AM permalink
I got ears, you know. I hear things.
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August 7th, 2022 at 9:35:39 AM permalink
VIP Lounges and what they offer, in Vegas, at the majors (and off Strip majors):

Wynn/Encore:
There are a lot of Tower Suites guests but the majority of guests are not RFB with the starred keys for VIP lounge access.

Wynn/Encore probably has the best VIP lounges, with breakfast and then lunch/dinner foods laid out, nothing hot, but in the mornings pastries, croissants, fruit including bananas, and in the afternoons and evenings, different kinds of sandwiches and pasta or poke based salad bowls. Also coffee, tea, cold drinks, and a server who will bring you most any beverage as well.

The primary VIP lounges are in the Tower Suites area, but there is another VIP lounge which sometimes has food and always has beverage service in the high limit Baccarat room on the Wynn side.

Venetian/Palazzo
have finally brought back limited food (mostly just cookies, a little fruit) and beverage service (a server will bring you drinks, and there is an espresso/cappuccino/mocha machine). Their VIP rooms were completely dry for almost two years starting with Spring 2020, Covid times.

Over at Red Rock their VIP has coffee and tea and fruit, some pastries in the mornings too. Green Valley Ranch has a refrigerator with water in VIP, haven't noticed much else.

Cosmopolitan VIP has a behind the counter espresso/cappuccino/mocha machine, plus cold drinks in a small refrigerator and champagne and orange juice, along with some small pastries and chocolate covered strawberries. If they know you, you may also get free drinks including bottled sparkling or still waters to go, at the bar located in the casino floor high limit, or in the Talon Club.

At Resorts World in the Crockford's lobby in the mornings they lay out fruit and pastries, also coffee and tea.

Caesars Seven Stars check in has nothing other than bottled water behind the counter, but gives Seven Stars guests four $20. per drink slips, and one $10. food slip, per day, all automated via kiosks on the casino floor.

Palms's VIP lounge that used to be to the left of the entrance has moved to an area closer to the Fantasy Tower elevators. I haven't checked out yet what they offer in there, if anything.

Years ago Treasure Island used to have food in their high limit lounge area, no longer. Treasure Island's high limit is closed a lot these days anyway, mostly open later in the day, most days.

Bellagio used to have a full buffet service for VIPs to the side of their high limit Baccarat room. I haven't gone into there in a while so I don't know what is going on there these days.
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August 7th, 2022 at 10:43:43 AM permalink
Partial cash out from one of the win sessions last trip.


I usually forget to take such pics, but this time I asked the cashier to hand me back the chips for a pic before I sent them back across.
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August 7th, 2022 at 10:47:08 AM permalink
From a different session's cash out. I love winning $100K chips!

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August 7th, 2022 at 11:10:22 AM permalink
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Some of the tournaments require a stay, some do not. In some cases hosts are able to waive the stay requirement for tournaments, but if you show up for tournaments enough times and put in no play, eventually you won't be invited back for future tournaments.
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Tournament musings. Most of them are like this one, with an aggregate $500K prize pool spread among six winners,


but at some of the properties they have "winner takes all" tourneys, with the grand prize being up to $1,000,000. I was in one of those $1M tourneys this last trip, with about 275 entrants.

There is a $100K "winner takes all" blackjack tournament coming up soon.
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August 7th, 2022 at 11:15:14 AM permalink
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From a different session's cash out. I love winning $100K chips!


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Chips were a great invention to have the gamblers forget that it is real money they are betting! I wonder what the cashier who probably needs two years to earn that one chip must be thinking when they do that transaction!
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August 7th, 2022 at 11:51:30 AM permalink
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I got ears, you know. I hear things.
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So you hear things about me not having +EV methods? How very odd, you should probably check your sources because they obviously don't know what the F they are talking about. I have a feeling that both vids were just some bogus retorts since you really didn't have a legitimate response.
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