I just talked w Shipman about it last week. It means exactly what it says. Jeepers fellas! Iím used to people disagreeing w me as thatís all i do all day every day is argue but having my ability to read questioned along w my ability to decipher meaning from my one on one interactions i had w people is absolutely hilarious.
You worry about your game their buddy and i will worry about mine. Iím happy that moneysuit or classic suit or whatever you are calling it now got a second placement and a damn good one where the casino is marketing for it. Good for you brother.
I hope your game turns things around in Washington real soon. It could happen
I apologize if i upset anyone. I created this thread just in case there are people out there like I once was where i would monitor this forum which slowly but surely gave me an idea of what the landscape is like for trying to get a game in a casino. For those that donít know, i came up w COU in 1995 but kept it under wraps for two decades bc it seemed to me like it would be impossible to make a run to get it in a casino. It was this site that gave me the courage to go for it.
So i certainly donít want to bite the hand that fed me by upsetting the administrators of this site. I will say it is quite common to have to fend off the same negative comments over and over which is why i said ďhere we goĒ in response to the first negative response to my post. Iím not complaining. Itís just interesting and can get heated from time to time.
At this point the report has been placed and i will leave you all be for a while. I started my application in Washington and contacted the corresponding Tribal authority in Arizona for trisls in those states w casinos i met at the show. So those of you thinking about entering in the future you can get placements by placing or by impressing casinos w your game in your booth. You will here from me again down the road either about the new trials mentioned above or hopefully about pa. I wish you all the best.