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ontariodealer
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February 19th, 2015 at 9:09:51 PM permalink
Quote: Johnzimbo

I am skeptical of this. Every dealer has told you this?



I agree with this 100%.....which province are you in????
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mustangsally
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February 22nd, 2015 at 11:52:47 AM permalink
Quote: spadeknight

Maybe you are positve so far because its not out of the realm of possiblility for a player to be up after only 2 years.

maybe
I think the number of bets that win or lose has more to do with it then just time around the table

I could be right
Quote: spadeknight

You <snip> <snip> <snip>

of course, well

How about, as we wait,

a player buys in for 4 units
could be $20 or $40 at a $5 or $10 table.

and wants to play for exactly 20 bets max
and then go eat dinner, go dancing and have some great sex before midnight,
sounds fun to me

what do you think are her chances of success?
lasting the 20 bets?
0%
5% (1 in 20)
10% (1 in 10)
60% (6 out of 10)
90% (9 out of 10)
something else?

and the chance of being even or ahead, in other words winning!
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here is for pass line - no odds, just flat bet


here is for dpass


and here is for a fair coin flip (offered at Sally's Casino and Sex Shoppe)


I think so
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spadeknight
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February 22nd, 2015 at 6:04:04 PM permalink
Can you show me how to highlite peoples quotes on here and respond to them in the same box. I suck at this forum thing but i dont mind responding to people from time to time. Maybe more if i learn how to do this copy paste thingy in the box.
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MrV
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February 22nd, 2015 at 6:10:52 PM permalink
Quote: cjaz1337

most weeks I'm winning anywhere from 700-1k. When I loose, I'm loosing 200-300$ at a time.



Your "system" is no better, no worse than others.

You've had a bit of luck, which happens.

The worm will turn.
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mustangsally
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February 22nd, 2015 at 7:24:55 PM permalink
Quote: spadeknight

Can you show me how to highlite peoples quotes on here and respond to them in the same box.

my blog now has 4 updated
photos showing how to quote
I think it can helps

the copy/paste is the quote tag part (the part with the member name) and the closing tag /q inside []
Sally

http://wizardofvegas.com/member/mustangsally/blog/
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February 23rd, 2015 at 2:07:09 PM permalink
Quote: spadeknight

Can you show me how to highlite peoples quotes on here and respond to them in the same box. I suck at this forum thing but i dont mind responding to people from time to time. Maybe more if i learn how to do this copy paste thingy in the box.



Hi spade! All you have to do is click "quote", the first button in the lower right of every post. A box opens up just like "reply" (which you must have used to type the above), and you type below what the program puts in. Look closely at how the "quote" is formatted, because that's what puts the blue box around the quote and separates it; it's a macro programmed in and called up with the "q" and "/q" inside the brackets.

If you want to only talk about a small part of what someone said, after you've used the "quote" button, put your cursor at the beginning or end of what you want erased out of their quote, left-click and drag over that text to highlight it. Then just hit Backspace or Delete and that text will go away.

If you want to break up someone's post and respond to it line-by-line, type /q ("close quote") inside brackets ([ ]) after the first part of it. Type q ("quote") inside brackets [] again, then another close quote where you want to comment again. Once you've broken it up (or as you go if you like), put in your comments between the "close quote" and the next "quote".

If you look to the lower right of any reply or quote box, you'll see a hyperlink in blue that says "Click here for formatting codes". It will open in a new page so you can refer to it, and tell you how to do these things and many others.
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spadeknight
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February 24th, 2015 at 6:40:48 PM permalink
Quote: BBB

If you want to only talk about a small part of what someone said, after you've used the "quote" button, put your cursor at the beginning or end of what you want erased out of their quote, left-click and drag over that text to highlight it. Then just hit Backspace or Delete and that text will go away.




Just checking to see if im doing this right.
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spadeknight
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February 24th, 2015 at 6:42:07 PM permalink
yea i still suck at this
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mustangsally
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February 24th, 2015 at 11:05:01 PM permalink
grab some popcorn and/or candy

75 seconds test

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guitarmandp
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February 26th, 2015 at 4:10:03 AM permalink
This strategy sounds look a good idea but In execution I rarely see it work. There's a guy at my casino that bets $1,500 across sometimes and then after they roll one number he goes down to $270 across and then since he's broken even on the roll he will press like crazy,

It's amazing how many times they will roll a 6 and he gets paid $350 and then they go out and he risked $1,500 to make $80. Even worse I've seen him go through $10,000 and leave very quickly on a table where 4 consecutive shooters went out without rolling a number. I did see him one time get on a 5 point fire which he had $25 on and after a 1 hour plus roll he colored up for $40,000, but I see him loose far more then I see him win, and a week ago he bought in for $20,000 and left with about $8,000.

I've also been on tables where I bet the 6 and 8 and they go around the table with a dozen shooters and nobody can hit the 6 & 8 it's juet point seven.

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