wroberson
wroberson
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June 10th, 2015 at 4:38:14 AM permalink
I love open seating when I fly. There's nothing like being the 10th person off the plane.

My room at the Mirage was 20-082. A Strip view overlooking the volcano.

All the games I played were paying out at a total of $4205.

Blackjack: Both 2 and 6 decks.
Video Poker: 25 bucks a hand on Ultimate X
Slot machines: I like to Pinball slot and slot machines with cascading tiles.
Mississippi Stud: at Harrah's across the street ha high paying hands.
Sportsbook: I hit a 3 team baseball parlay for 961.50
Mlife Membership: Went from Sapphire to Pearl
The Airport: Paid me 152.60 with a double-double bonus poker machine.

Maybe 10 hours gambling. It was a nice drive up Mt. Charleston. I didn't see anything out of the ordinary.
This one blackjack dealer wanted everyone in the right seat batting at the right spot. It was annoying but I understand.

This trip caused my credit score to go up...
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teddys
teddys
Joined: Nov 14, 2009
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June 10th, 2015 at 8:21:11 PM permalink
Wow! Good trip.
"Dice, verily, are armed with goads and driving-hooks, deceiving and tormenting, causing grievous woe." -Rig Veda 10.34.4
cyrus
cyrus
Joined: Jan 23, 2015
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June 11th, 2015 at 3:08:54 PM permalink
Congrats on the winning trip?

Elaborate on what the BJ dealer was mad about?
I have sometimes seen at a non-full table that people place their bets at the spot that is technically not assigned to the chair they are in, generally because it's more ergonomic based on the geometry of the table. (First and third base at a full table can make for an awkward arm position so I'll naturally slide over a chair/spot without realizing it). When the open spot is occupied, someone has to switch chairs/spots to line up properly. Was he insisting that people properly match up the chair to the spot all the time?

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