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coachbelly
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April 10th, 2021 at 9:30:37 PM permalink
Quote: darkoz

You can see me in my supplied robe



Livin large, huh?

Did you prance around in the supplied robe, disposable slippers,
and shower cap, just like George Costanza?

At least act like you been there.
Mooseton
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April 10th, 2021 at 9:51:12 PM permalink
Quote: coachbelly

Livin large, huh?

Did you prance around in the supplied robe, disposable slippers,
and shower cap, just like George Costanza?

At least act like you been there.



Wow. This is an obvious troll. Shame on you coach belly.
$1700, 18, 19, 1920, 40, 60,... :/ Thx 'Do it again'. I'll try
coachbelly
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April 10th, 2021 at 10:29:39 PM permalink
Quote: Mooseton

Wow. This is an obvious troll. Shame on you coach belly.



With all due respect, you haven't been keeping up with the conversation.

You have no context to make that assessment.

I can't stop you from writing your misguided posts,
but my ability to reply is under attack, so enjoy my stay.
Mooseton
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April 11th, 2021 at 5:27:52 AM permalink
Quote: coachbelly

Your hands look much smaller and older than MDawg's.

Can you explain that?

How much did you pay for that foot warmer?



Yeah I meant this one ☝️
$1700, 18, 19, 1920, 40, 60,... :/ Thx 'Do it again'. I'll try
darkoz
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April 11th, 2021 at 6:27:24 AM permalink
Quote: coachbelly

Your hands look much smaller and older than MDawg's.

Can you explain that?



Smaller:

I'm Jewish? But I have a really big nose!

Older? Cause I Am?

Anyway enjoy your WOV vacation
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darkoz
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April 11th, 2021 at 11:26:18 AM permalink
Day two (April 4th) continued again:

After winning the $9,000 the family schlepped back to the Encore with all speed as my son-in-law family were on the way and most likely going to arrive first and we didn't want to hear their mouth.

I hadn't eaten in almost 24 hours due to the Mongolian Beef poisoning so we stopped for a more safe bite to eat before arriving at the hotel.



The family arrived at almost the same time as us. I went up first with the grandkids. We didn't want any idea that we were now going to have more than four people in the room (and I didn't confirm if a three month old counted).

When checking in the desk greeter advised not to have more than four people or they would invoke the clause I agreed to which was an additional fee of $3,000 and expulsion from the premises.

That seems excessive to me even now and I wonder if A) it's ever been enforced and B) if it would even hold up in court. There is such a legal thing as unjust enrichment!

I warned everyone to be quiet in the room and why. One family member said, for $3,000 they should be giving extra rooms for the extra people, not eviction. I tend to agree!

But everyone did remain quiet and (so far) I haven't been charged. It probably helped we had a three month old baby in the room. Adults act differently (quieter) around infants especially sleeping infants.

Day Three April 5th:

Family left around four AM and we all went to sleep (except infant who woke up. Gave my ten years old grandson $20 for taking care of her)

Here is something to note. Check out (except weekends) is one PM. Latest check out I have ever seen. Since we were up late we slept till 12:45, then hastily got our stuff together.

Actually we checked out at 1:25 but who's clock watching (I didn't see any penalty for late check-out.)

Cootchie Koo. My granddaughter just gave me a "Huh" look



And then jackpot:



Since we do fuzzy math these days I value this jackpot at $3,000 (same cockamamie amount Encore came up with)

We did grab some not complimentary goodies which are arranged to spell collectively "E-N-C-O-R-E".

How cute!

Notice the Giant Cashews box has been pillaged.



After piling into the car I remembered I had $125 Freeplay at the Encore. So I left family in the car while I rushed in to play

$125 isn't crap considering what I am used to so I decided to have fun and pick a machine I never saw before.

Finally chose this variable state machine similar to that pyramid obelisk game where three levels get added before the +EV spin. This one was a mad scientist with beakers getting filled. Sorry can't remember the name!

$125 turned into $60 so not so hot. But the game kept teasing me with a bonus round like a sneeze that never materializes.

Bonus, yeah, yeah, bonus, yeah, yeah, yeah...no!

Bonus, yeah, yeah, bonus, yeah, yeah, yeah...no!
.
Over and over. I wanted to see the bonus so ended up giving back the $60.

And then another $100.

Bonus, yeah, yeah, bonus, yeah, yeah, yeah...no!

Added a second $100

Bonus, yeah, yeah, bonus, yeah, yeah, yeah...no!

Finally gave up $60 profit and $200 ploppie money plopped down

I wasn't upset over the money but I never got to see the bonus round.

My family was waiting in the car so dilly dally cut short

Profit for day three:

+$3000 (emotional jackpot)

-$200 (disappointed bonus hunt)

-$12 (bag of not complimentary cashews)



The previous night I had a brainstorm (the family visiting was my son-in-law relatives so I kind of drifted during conversation).

There might still be a way for me to turn a profit at the other casino with my 22 cards instead of just a small loss. It was a bit of a risk but I felt it was worth the reward.

So instead of day two of grabbing $8,800 in Freeplay I instructed my son-in-law to just head home

Sorry for being a bit ambiguous but I can't divulge my conceptual ideas here.

Okay, well that's pretty much it. I warned you it was boring!

One last jackpot!

A mini-mart randomly along the highway where we stopped for gas.

I went inside and I was like a kid In a candy store (okay an adult in a candy store).

I walked out with so many snacks I have never encountered before, new (some nasty) flavors.

I will share some with you now. These flavors are not to be found in NYC:












And perhaps the Coup Degrassi:



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ChumpChange
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April 11th, 2021 at 12:38:42 PM permalink
I'm still on page 1 of this thread, but if you got 6 hours of explosive diarrhea from the Mongolian Beef, the hair dressers would make you stay home because you might have the China Virus.
ChumpChange
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April 11th, 2021 at 1:19:27 PM permalink
How much do you have to play to get $400 in free play? Is it mailed to you and that's why you possess so many player's cards? I was under the impression I could only get one player's card at the desk, and maybe a replacement if it's lost or stolen. You just hire team members to obtain player's cards and then you fund them with your big money and they get a slice of the action? Seems you know what it takes to get a mailer with a $400 free play, and you can do it 20 times over with no problem. I wonder what's in it for your team members. Is $400 enough for them to show up?
DRich
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April 11th, 2021 at 1:27:17 PM permalink
Quote: ChumpChange

How much do you have to play to get $400 in free play? Is it mailed to you and that's why you possess so many player's cards? I was under the impression I could only get one player's card at the desk, and maybe a replacement if it's lost or stolen. You just hire team members to obtain player's cards and then you fund them with your big money and they get a slice of the action? Seems you know what it takes to get a mailer with a $400 free play, and you can do it 20 times over with no problem. I wonder what's in it for your team members. Is $400 enough for them to show up?



The way most people do it is to pay other players to sign up for the card and then give it to the player along with the PIN. The purchaser generally does all the play on the cards and collects the rewards. The rewards are usuually stored on the player card so a mailer isn't usually required to collect. I am not saying that is how DarkOz is doing it as I know he has a team of players and collectors.
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darkoz
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April 11th, 2021 at 1:48:43 PM permalink
Quote: DRich

The way most people do it is to pay other players to sign up for the card and then give it to the player along with the PIN. The purchaser generally does all the play on the cards and collects the rewards. The rewards are usuually stored on the player card so a mailer isn't usually required to collect. I am not saying that is how DarkOz is doing it as I know he has a team of players and collectors.



No, that's pretty accurate.

The collectors are higher echelon than the people who go get me cards.

I also have head hunters or recruiters who bring in new people.

Sometimes people hand me their mail. Also I can monitor most offers through player's sign in on the websites.

But generally I know so much about each individual casinos system that I can predict the schedule and offers
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