buzzpaff
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May 20th, 2011 at 8:19:24 AM permalink
You assume I know how to do that. I am computer illiterate. SIGH
thecesspit
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May 20th, 2011 at 9:58:06 AM permalink
Quote: buzzpaff

You assume I know how to do that. I am computer illiterate. SIGH



Copy the link address from the top of the browser (where you type in "wizardofodds.com" or whatever.

Paste it into the message. That's enough for most people. They can copy it themselves.

You can also format it to link it in if you want to get fancy. I wouldn't worry too much about being fancy though. Cut and pasting large tracts from other sites is normally a no-no, especially without attribution, and in some cases if the work is copyrighted, a violation of that copyright that some legal hawks will pounce on.
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BenJammin
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June 5th, 2011 at 10:39:02 AM permalink
$1 Craps? I only know one or two casino that offers $1 Craps, they're dumps. You got some break in dealer having a bad hair day. Let it go.

I usually bet a two way hard way for a buck or two, so if they win I win. I do this frequently and it seems to make them happy when it hits.

But come on, how much do two dollar bettors usually tip?

Dealers work for minimum wage and tips. How would you like to go to dealer's school and get stuck in a low class break in joint that caters to losers and low lifes who don't tip. The opportunity for advancement is slim to none, as the better casinos usually don't hire from that pool.

Not only that, but the break ins get the shitty hours and then are reprimanded if the casino has a bad night.

Maybe this guy should be selling used cars cars on a roach lot.

I can say I've seen some surly Craps Dealers.

But, breathing after smoke and putting up with stinky obnoxious drunk dick weeds might jade their attitude after a while.

Shysters, losers, and wanna be pimps can really make your night!
If a little is good, more's got to be better!
teddys
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June 5th, 2011 at 3:08:06 PM permalink
Quote: BenJammin

$1 Craps? I only know one or two casino that offers $1 Craps, they're dumps. You got some break in dealer having a bad hair day. Let it go.

I disagree. The Joker's Wild in Henderson offers a very nice $1 game, with 10x odds, in a nice atmosphere. It's not the Wynn, but it's pleasant enough. I am ashamed of the players who treat the dealers badly. They work so hard. One guy they last time I was there was being a real ass, yelling at the poor dealer for not getting his ridiculous combination of place bets right. If I was more confrontational, I would have got in his face. If you want great service, play for $25 at Wynncore. $1 bets get you break-in service.
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vert1276
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June 8th, 2011 at 9:06:24 PM permalink
Quote: BenJammin

$1 Craps? I only know one or two casino that offers $1 Craps, they're dumps. You got some break in dealer having a bad hair day. Let it go.

I usually bet a two way hard way for a buck or two, so if they win I win. I do this frequently and it seems to make them happy when it hits.

But come on, how much do two dollar bettors usually tip?

Dealers work for minimum wage and tips. How would you like to go to dealer's school and get stuck in a low class break in joint that caters to losers and low lifes who don't tip. The opportunity for advancement is slim to none, as the better casinos usually don't hire from that pool.

Not only that, but the break ins get the shitty hours and then are reprimanded if the casino has a bad night.

Maybe this guy should be selling used cars cars on a roach lot.

I can say I've seen some surly Craps Dealers.

But, breathing after smoke and putting up with stinky obnoxious drunk dick weeds might jade their attitude after a while.

Shysters, losers, and wanna be pimps can really make your night!



Well first of all...Im not talking about a Vegas casino, Im talking about "The Angel of the Winds Casino" in the Seattle area (about 30 miles north of Seattle). And it is FAR from a dump. It is a Tribal casino. And secondly just becasue its a $1 table doesn't mean people are playing $1 pass line bets(and if they are they are all making $10 odds bets behind). I would say most people play it like a $5 table. But like I said I have $80 plus in play most of the time. And I will agree, im sure I caught him on one of his bad days, who knows what going on in his personal life? BUT.......If you dont like working for tips dont be a dealer!! You are gonna get stiffed sometimes(not that I was stiffing anyone), The fact that you are defending the guys is kinda disheartening to say the least! OH an I dont have to "let it go"! I couldn't care less really, and thought it was kinda funny. I didn't ask to have the guy fired or even stop spending money there. I was just there Saturday night playin craps, And he was the dealer on my side of the table LOL. I dont let idiots effect my good times LOL!
clamchowder
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July 1st, 2011 at 10:54:20 PM permalink
Quote: vert1276

Im talking about "The Angel of the Winds Casino" in the Seattle area (about 30 miles north of Seattle).



Just to confirm, the incident with the nasty dealer happened at Angel of the Winds?

I have had absolutely nothing but pleasant experiences at the table there, potentially because they bill themselves as "The World's Friendliest" casino. But maybe they're like flight attendants, where being friendly on shift causes them to be surly off shift?

Angel, 7 Cedars, and Clearwater all have cheap tables (any others in the Puget Sound?), and none of them are dumps with overly-surly dealers. But the Pacific Northwest isn't Vegas. In Vegas, the cheap tables are at the dumpy places.
miplet
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July 2nd, 2011 at 7:49:25 AM permalink
Quote: clamchowder

Just to confirm, the incident with the nasty dealer happened at Angel of the Winds?

I have had absolutely nothing but pleasant experiences at the table there, potentially because they bill themselves as "The World's Friendliest" casino. But maybe they're like flight attendants, where being friendly on shift causes them to be surly off shift?

Angel, 7 Cedars, and Clearwater all have cheap tables (any others in the Puget Sound?), and none of them are dumps with overly-surly dealers. But the Pacific Northwest isn't Vegas. In Vegas, the cheap tables are at the dumpy places.


I go to Angel's when I want to play craps. Never a problem with their dealers.
Ravzar
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July 2nd, 2011 at 9:36:46 AM permalink
From my point of view in Australia: the fact you tipped at all is generous. To tip a dealer here would actually seem almost suspicious... (and in some cases illegal!). You would get side glances from other patrons wondering what is wrong with you.

I should add casino dealers in Australia get paid aroudn $25 an hour. Our wages are far higher and tips are not expected anywhere. Wikipedia would suggest they are increasingly common in restaurants but this would only be by people receiving an absolutely amazing meal and service and can afford the tip. Great service is expected without a tip here. However, our minimum wage is enough to sustain an adult by itself without any tips. The notion of giving a tip makes me not want to gamble in the US when I visit because your odds arn't any better and in some cases far worse. In Australia, American roulette would be laughed at and no one would visit the casino. Generally, European rules are played for every game including roulette and blackjack. If the casino does not appear fair in all aspects it would end up on the news and TV camera crews would be visiting the houses of CEOs (This is not an exaggeration.. they actually have dedicated shows for that behaviour and the less educated Australians watch it with pitchforks in hand). The other great thing about Australia is no one except lawyers know the law at all... lol. So you can complain until you get your way most of the time. The casino's attitude is that its not worth listening to you complain for 20 minutes if it only costs them 50 bucks to make you go away. It is a hillarious place if you guys ever visit!
vert1276
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July 2nd, 2011 at 9:14:03 PM permalink
Quote: miplet

I go to Angel's when I want to play craps. Never a problem with their dealers.



I have never had a problem ever either until that night. And I still go there to play 90% of the time unless im down south at Muckelshoot to play poker and end up having to wait for a table than I will shoot craps there. I pretty much refuse to give Tulalip my money lol

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