In all honesty guys, you're standing at a craps table and a shooter throws a yo. Do you really think the next throw is also going to be a yo?
After five, do you really think the sixth is going to be a yo?
After ten, do you really think the eleventh is going to be a yo?
I don't know if I mentioned this before but the shooter was a young guy, early 20s and his buddy same age, and If If recall they both had a passline bet and a bet on 6 or 8.
Three times the stickman, James, knocked the dice around on the table with his stick to check to see if they were weighted -- and each time they appeared to be random with different numbers showing. James kept saying, "I've got to check these dice again."
I only wish there was a way to have documented it. I did ask Caesars about getting a copy of the tape but they told me tapes are kept for only a short period of time unless there is an investigation and reason and my request was made weeks too late.
If you want to know about bigger miracles: I had dates with Miss Israel and Miss Florida and Miss Miami.
You shouldn't talk about Alan's integrity in the same post as Rob Singer's VP strategies.Quote: DanMahoney
I believe Alan, although it is feasible that someone may have miscounted and it was only 15 or 16 or 17. If everybody was sober then it probably happened. Alan is a man of high integrity and I enjoy his VP web site. I have started to have a bigger advantage over VP after following the advice of one of his top contributors, Rob Singer. Have hit some nice jackpots which I would have never hit playing without some of his strategies. Thanks for your VP website Alan but please don't ask me for any of my back tax records.
Rob Singer's VP strategies are absolutely BUNK.
Sounds like a legitimate test to me.Quote: AlanMendelson
Three times the stickman, James, knocked the dice around on the table with his stick to check to see if they were weighted
To put this in comparison:
Probability of 18 Yo's in a row 1 in 18^18 = 1 in 39,346,408,075,296,500,000,000
Probability of a monkey solving a Rubik's cube in a single attempt =FACT(8)*3^7*FACT(12)*0.5*2^11 = 1 in 43,252,003,274,489,900,000.
So it is 910 times more likely that monkey would solve the Rubik's Cube than a shooter throwing 18 yo's in a row.