I'll take that since most of us were NOT wrong about the POS you were working for and used you as a tool. But I'm on the side that you were not in on the stock scam. Or was I wrong about that too?
Who'd have thunk it!! Congratulations. Maybe its like hotel room pricing and casinos, I don't know. Some casinos allow comping of spa treatments which makes running a stand-alone spa a venture I would never have had the courage to risk.Quote: Paigowdan
There are a number of local non-casino spas around town.
Who'd have thunk it!! Congratulations. Maybe its like hotel room pricing and casinos, I don't know. Some casinos allow comping of spa treatments which makes running a stand-alone spa a venture I would never have had the courage to risk.
Sweat-the-money, SouthPoint, SweatPoint, whatever:
Yeah, Southpoint is known for large rooms, cheap prices, but its also known as a No Sharpies Allowed joint with BJ pits that will send home an entire table of players even though its at the red chip level. No one can be greedy at SouthPoint except the house. Don't like 2x odds... heck they don't either. They would prefer not to offer ANY odds but they feel they are being exceptionally generous at 2x.
Wynn's 'belt tightening' Well folks, it happens. Things change. Just remember its always a question of FEET. Everything in Vegas is a question of feet. If Wynn had to cinch his belt too tight for you, then Vote with Your Feet. Its the player's last resort but its an effective option. Sometimes, casinos foolishly make it a player's only option.
Cromwell??? Heck it used to Binions that Real Gamblers and Real Men went to. Benny greet you by name and others noticed it. But that was eons ago. Times change. Cromwells a strange joint to take over the reputation for Real Gamblers Destination, but so be it. 100x? Too rich for my very thin blood, but I'd sure like to see some of it in action. Dealers have from time to time reminded me that I should have as much action as I can on the odds bet, but it ain't their money. Maybe some day I'll be drunk enough to 'go for broke' and back up a line bet with 100x and maybe even Place bets all the way across at 100x. Well, probably won't happen, but who knows .... .
I neither snap nor grunt, but one boxman did inquire as to why I "show clean hands" after every toss of the dice. I don't think he was objecting to my habit, just commenting on it. I open my hand fully after the dice have left it, as well as a both hands palm up and palm down when I become teh shooter and make my two out of five selection (which is always the two closest to me with no hesitation).Quote: RS
If you don't snap n grunt when throwing the dice, don't expect to win.
I do hope that there is a trial so that I can testify in court as to what I know about what happened. I would be ESPECIALLY motivated if I were to learn that individuals masquerading on iHub and slandering my name and career were, in fact, involved in any scam related to NTGL. But if you want to know who is responsible, look for who is hiding behind an anonymous identity, not for who is out in the open.
David Foley, if he is the bad guy people paint him out to be, came across to me as a kind and generous person who believed in my ideas enough to give me 100% freedom to pursue my dreams.
There is absolutely NO QUESTION that the activities on iHub where people slander my name have less than pure motivations behind them. There are similar motivations on this forum from people who hide behind anonymous identities and come up with non-factual information in an effort to make me look the way that they want me to look. Hiding behind fake id's and slamming the reputation of someone who is not hiding behind a fake id is a pretty lame way to operate IMO.
But in the words of Friedrich Nietzsche, "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you."
ON VIDEO. Dicesitter had the best "DI" tosses I have ever seen.Quote: superrick
Sweat Point casino as it is better known to a lot of craps players that had the unfortunate experience of playing craps there!
The sad thing about any casino that uses the tactics that Sweat Point casino does is just because someone sets the dice it doesn't mean anything all they would have to do is look at any of the slow motion videos that I've posted, all of them being made by the so-called DI's!
Yes, any casino that does not watch these videos are missing the boat about dice control and setting the dice they are running off players that could be making them money and are buying into a superstition that was maded by the so-call DI craps schools where the casinos were reading nothing but fiction!
Here are the videos!
So you want to be a DI and you wonder what a DI shot should look like, I will save you the trouble of doing a search for any slow motion videos. Now some of these are just downright laughable and others were only produced to sell their schools. You should have no problem picking out the commercially done ones!
On the commercially done ones, you will notice that you really can't see what is happening with the dice. It's their way of showing their future customers really nothing at all.
Is there anybody you know in these videos?
This guy found 172 videos on throwing the dice or dice control and put them all in one spot for your viewing pleasure and he surely saved me a lot of work!
Lets not forget the one guy that had the best set-up for dice control, Aaron Hightower who went the extra mile to try to prove that dice control either work or it didn't. I have to give him a high-five for all of the work he put into it.