ChumpChange
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October 23rd, 2023 at 1:35:52 AM permalink
I usually see him playing online (on YouTube livestream replays) with live dealers and he throws extremely emotional tantrums and sometimes throws furniture around and busts things in his place and he swears a lot so much of his play is unwatchable and unlinkable for here. But today he visited a Vegas casino with some friends and had a rowdy time with a typical $100K buy-in of all $5K chips and I guess the table limit was $20K and he peeled out with a winning streak that did not end until he cashed out. It's probably the best video I've seen of him and one I can recommend. I wouldn't bet this way, but it's par for the course with his type of play. The dealer won a couple nice tipped hands. I would like to have a winning streak like that with a similar win goal for sure.
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November 1st, 2023 at 12:46:17 PM permalink
I don't have proper BJ strategy memorized but it seems like he doesn't follow even basic strategy, is that correct? My youtube algorithm pushed his videos on my recently and i watched about two of them before I gave up with his antics. His betting spread seemed so fucking bad, and his decision making didn't seem instant like a player that has perfectly memorized even the most basic BJ strategy.
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November 1st, 2023 at 1:05:32 PM permalink
I believe keeping it is usually the real problem, if someone is playing poorly. Not winning it.
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November 1st, 2023 at 1:06:26 PM permalink
It brings to mind videos online of people tossing a basketball backwards over their shoulder to make a full court shot. My greatest curiosity is not about the guy's play but how he has the kinds of funds to throw around on a negative expectation game - I don't believe he's some kind of AP prodigy :)
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November 6th, 2023 at 7:04:28 PM permalink
This dude just put out a video where he wins $400,000 playing online slots and Drake the rapper and gambler extraordinaire calls in to wish him good luck.
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November 7th, 2023 at 2:41:36 AM permalink
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I usually see him playing online (on YouTube livestream replays) with live dealers and he throws extremely emotional tantrums and sometimes throws furniture around and busts things in his place and he swears a lot so much of his play is unwatchable and unlinkable for here. But today he visited a Vegas casino with some friends and had a rowdy time with a typical $100K buy-in of all $5K chips and I guess the table limit was $20K and he peeled out with a winning streak that did not end until he cashed out. It's probably the best video I've seen of him and one I can recommend. I wouldn't bet this way, but it's par for the course with his type of play. The dealer won a couple nice tipped hands. I would like to have a winning streak like that with a similar win goal for sure.


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I'd never heard of this guy, but watching a few of his vids, he's just a total degenerate with deep pockets.
Watch here where he loses a $million.


We plebs just have to face it that there are gamblers out there that really can and do have an external MASSIVE source of funds that allows them to have million dollar buy ins, some of which they double and some of which they lose.
I see in some of his videos, he lets his followers stake him for tens of thousands of dollars each, with which to play slots. I wonder if some of those followers can afford the stakes, or whether they get dumped on the street when daddy checks his bank balance.
Note in his videos how the pit critters and dealers are unemotional. It's just math to them and they have faith, with absolute confidence that what they lose today, to this degen, that they'll win back another day.

Oh. And this degen does not even follow basic strategy.
Psalm 25:16 Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am lonely and afflicted. Proverbs 18:2 A fool finds no satisfaction in trying to understand, for he would rather express his own opinion.
ChumpChange
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November 7th, 2023 at 4:08:42 AM permalink
@ 22:33
"What is my balance? Can you tell me what I have?"
"You had $935,000. You took out $400,000, so you have $535,000 left."

I'd probably have 1 or 2 buy-ins of $20K and play 2 spots with a $300 minimum on a $20K max table, trying to win $200K.
But the felt on the table clearly states $10,000 maximum aggregate payout per round so half my buy-in and table limits.
Actually, I'm confused. $10,000/8 = $1,250 max bet, then there's other players if any. That is the stupidest payout rule for a BJ table I've ever seen next to 6:5 BJ. I can see it's not being enforced for this private game.
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November 7th, 2023 at 5:14:14 AM permalink
I expect the MAP rule on the layout applies primarily to the Fortune Blackjack sidebet.

I agree that it's a dumb rule. If the house doesn't want the exposure, they shouldn't offer the bet.
May the cards fall in your favor.
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November 7th, 2023 at 5:31:33 AM permalink
Black Chip Bonanza Roulette on a $500 Min- $1,000 Max Table that's Reserved so limits don't apply for some reason.
Winning $10K-$20K on a spin is not off the table here.
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November 7th, 2023 at 5:45:47 AM permalink
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@ 22:33
"What is my balance? Can you tell me what I have?"
"You had $935,000. You took out $400,000, so you have $535,000 left."

I'd probably have 1 or 2 buy-ins of $20K and play 2 spots with a $300 minimum on a $20K max table, trying to win $200K.
But the felt on the table clearly states $10,000 maximum aggregate payout per round so half my buy-in and table limits.
Actually, I'm confused. $10,000/8 = $1,250 max bet, then there's other players if any. That is the stupidest payout rule for a BJ table I've ever seen next to 6:5 BJ. I can see it's not being enforced for this private game.
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I was surprised how he was allowed to conspicuously record and stream his play.
He's said to be 27 years old. If we stick a finger in the air and say he's playing with a 10 million dollar trust fund or legacy, he could continue to play these absurdly high value sessions for a fair few years. But he will burn through it as gravity prevails.
I just watched another of his sessions, where he lost >300,000. He was such an incredibly bad gambler, playing sidebets and going all in such that he couldnt afford to double or split.
He'll end up killing himself.
Psalm 25:16 Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am lonely and afflicted. Proverbs 18:2 A fool finds no satisfaction in trying to understand, for he would rather express his own opinion.

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