I wouldn't bet a career on doing YouTube, but Meet Kevin seems to be hitting the jackpot. He has a bunch of videos earning him nearly $10,000 each and he's up a million dollars real quick.
Watching a rerun of Martin from Nov. 1996 and some well dressed dudes entered bringing gifts including a Playstation, and a Rolex. A favor is being returned. It's probably that African prince everybody's been talking about since.
so why reist temptation...go for it. the comp rate continues, the camaraderie continues, the corona virus risk ..ah I think i'll just shut u about that.
Slot Lady has 149,000 subscribers.
Meet Kevin has 732,000 subscribers.
I found this site that tracks YouTube "stars" and it shows slot lady is not a big YouTube earner:
This same site also says Meet Kevin earns less than what he claims.
Monthly earnings from $731-$11,700? They do a pretty good job narrowing that down. lol. I get it, though...even how Youtube pays is variable based on many factors that nobody (content creators included) seems fully sure of, at least, that's what they seem to like to tell people.
I only have problems with other players. The casino is actually always nice/doesn't heckle about such things. I don't know what kind of casinos you guys are going to.
So the event in question happened while I was playing at the Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, IL (near O'Hare Airport).
Dealers don't typically ask me about why I don't play the side bets, but it does happen on occasion.
In their defense (unlike the players), they are likely just trying to promote something that is profitable for the house.
This particular casino has a popular side bet there called "Top 3" that pays as follows:
3 of a kind: 90 to 1
Straight Flush: 180 to 1
3 of a kind suited: 270 to 1
Practically anytime I get a hand that would have won on any of those, I hear about it.
On another occasion, one player even went as far to shake me in my seat (this was after their covid reopening too!)