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Zcore13
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October 16th, 2018 at 5:39:10 AM permalink
Quote: ChumpChange

"It's a game of skill!"
"No, it's a game of crock-luck!"
"You're both wrong. It's a game of NO WINNERS ALLOWED! NOW GET THE HECK OUT OF HERE!"



We had a player buy in for $200 yesterday morning at 9:30am. At 2:30am this morning he cashed out for $49,100. There are winners of $10,000+ every day. We don't care if people win. Heck, it's how our Dealers make their money.


ZCore13
I am an employee of a Casino. Former Table Games Director,, current Pit Supervisor. All the personal opinions I post are my own and do not represent the opinions of the Casino or Tribe that I work for.
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October 16th, 2018 at 5:52:26 AM permalink
Quote: ZenKinG

Im actually right about the jury selection as well, I've been in that courtroom so I know how it works and the process before it even gets to that point. I've been in the jury box and answered questions.



Let me remind the audience what you wrote:

Quote: ZK

You can't choose the actual jury pool that arrive there, that's done by random by mailing the people who are registered to vote, etc. What you can do, is you then get to choose from that pool in the courtroom many months before trial or however long before it is.



Where is your evidence the defense gets to pick over a list of names many months before the trial starts. If you're interested in how the process really works, here is a link for you: Jury Selection in Criminal Cases.
It's not whether you win or lose; it's whether or not you had a good bet.
Joeman
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October 16th, 2018 at 6:27:01 AM permalink
Maybe ZK will hire Bull's team. They always know everything about each potential juror!

BTW, after having served as a juror in a criminal trial, I can say that Bull is an appropriate name for that show!
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October 16th, 2018 at 6:53:55 AM permalink
Quote: ZenKinG

Also just to reaffirm, I also never said Supreme Court justices don't have their place, they are a vital piece to enforcement of the law. It's just that when you say they can interpret the Constitution, that's patently false.



If memory from high school American government class is correct, there are three branches

Legislative (Congress) makes laws
Executive (President, VP, Cabinet, and most federal agencies) carry out (aka enforce) the laws
Judicial (Supreme Court and Federal Courts) evaluate (via Constitution interpretation) laws

So, my understanding is in conflict with ZK about enforcement and interpretation. Please educate this simple drone about my error
VCUSkyhawk
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October 16th, 2018 at 7:17:29 AM permalink
This thread jumped the shark when Zen started arguing with an attorney about actual case law.
I got a plan, we take all your picks we reverse them like one of those twilight zone episodes where everything is the opposite. You say "black" we go white.
Zcore13
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October 16th, 2018 at 7:51:29 AM permalink
Quote: VCUSkyhawk

This thread jumped the shark when Zen started arguing with an attorney about actual case law.



Or when he claimed he knows the law better than the casinos. Whichever came first.


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October 16th, 2018 at 8:06:04 AM permalink
Quote: Zcore13

Or when he claimed he knows the law better than the casinos. Whichever came first.


ZCore13



Like, the casinos on the whole or certain representatives of the casinos? Believe it or not, some advantage players actually do know the gambling laws better than some other casino employees. I personally know several different gambling laws for several states such as it has been relevant to me, would you contest that every employee in your casino knows the laws better than I do?
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October 16th, 2018 at 8:33:12 AM permalink
Quote: ZenKinG

<snip>I've only logged around 405 hours in Vegas and I'm up +17.2k in vegas and -1600 in SoCal with 6.5 hours played there. So only really about 410 hours played since I got here last May. Do the math, what's that in EV? Pretty close to my expectation betting on average 2x200 since I got here, huh?<snip>



ZenKinG,

So you're up about $16K in about 400 hours... that's about $40/hr.

But you're "betting on average 2x200", or $400. At 100 rounds/hr, that's $40K in action per hour.

Thus, your IBA is 0.1%... that seems pretty low.

Am I missing something?

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October 16th, 2018 at 9:01:57 AM permalink
Quote: DogHand

ZenKinG,

So you're up about $16K in about 400 hours... that's about $40/hr.

But you're "betting on average 2x200", or $400. At 100 rounds/hr, that's $40K in action per hour.

Thus, your IBA is 0.1%... that seems pretty low.

Am I missing something?

Dog Hand



Yea, in other words he works Part Time and makes slightly above a poverty level income for 1 person. He qualifies for some food stamp benefits, and subsidized Health Care. Not saying he takes these benefits but he does qualify.

He lives by his own admission in places transients, junkies and other down on their luck people live. He enjoys belittling saps working for a living, always willing to prove them wrong. Insulting others for their
life choices at every opportunity. Never missing a chance to show how much smarter he is than them.

In the words of Mel Brooks “It’s Good to be The King”.

I can only dream of a life like he lives. In my nightmares, of course.
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October 16th, 2018 at 10:09:37 AM permalink
Quote: Mission146

Like, the casinos on the whole or certain representatives of the casinos? Believe it or not, some advantage players actually do know the gambling laws better than some other casino employees. I personally know several different gambling laws for several states such as it has been relevant to me, would you contest that every employee in your casino knows the laws better than I do?



I was referring to him, not everyone.


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