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AlanMendelson
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August 22nd, 2020 at 7:40:30 PM permalink
Quote: kewlj

What attacks? I posted your own words, which clearly shows what this is all about.



I dont know what you're quoting and what the context of those quotes are.

It amazes me that you can so easily put your finger on these quotes when you say they go back three years.

The sheer number of posts is surprising.
kewlj
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August 22nd, 2020 at 8:11:22 PM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

I dont know what you're quoting and what the context of those quotes are.

It amazes me that you can so easily put your finger on these quotes when you say they go back three years.

The sheer number of posts is surprising.



Well, if I am allowed I will be happy to post a link.

In the meantime, or even if I am allowed, YOU should let this go. YOU brought this fight here on page 48 of this thread. No one was discussing tracking multiple tables, so you obviously just wanted to start this up again.

The facts are, I play blackjack for a living and tracking a second table is a technique I use, WHEN CONDITIONS ARE RIGHT AND I AM ABLE TO. A dozen other players have gone on record as saying they have done so, when condition permit.

And then there is you, who by your own admission doesn't play much blackjack, who keeps going on, about how it doesn't seem possible to you. I mean seriously, why would you argue something for 3 years that by your own admission, you know little about?
AlanMendelson
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August 22nd, 2020 at 8:17:12 PM permalink
Okay. You count two tables when conditions are right.

If that's the case then I can control two dice when conditions are right, too.

That should end the discussion.
kewlj
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August 22nd, 2020 at 8:30:20 PM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

Okay. You count two tables when conditions are right.

If that's the case then I can control two dice when conditions are right, too.

That should end the discussion.



That is your problem Alan. In your mind you have linked these two topics, when they have nothing to do with each other. The fact that people don't believe you, has nothing to do with tracking a second table in blackjack.

And I will tell you another blackjack technique that you have been fighting me on and that is that you don't have to see every card to know you are playing the next round at an advantage. You can walk by a table see many small cards on the table and have an advantage on the next round despite that there may have been 2 decks played already that you did not see. Stanford Wong proved this.

YOU don't get to argue these things just because they don't seem logical to you. That would be like me going down to Nasa and saying I don't believe it is possible to launch a rocket into space. And I am in no way comparing card counting to rocket science. I am just saying you are arguing things you obviously have little or no knowledge about. And then you get mad and hurt when I get frustrated with you.
sabre
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August 22nd, 2020 at 8:59:10 PM permalink
Yeah, but the first condition occurs every day in most casinos across America during non peak hours.

The second occurs in zero casinos in the US.

I submit the following as evidence.

https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1415&context=grrj
sabre
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August 22nd, 2020 at 9:04:20 PM permalink
Quote: kewlj


And I will tell you another blackjack technique that you have been fighting me on and that is that you don't have to see every card to know you are playing the next round at an advantage.



Stop ... everyone knows this. Any unseen card is paper. Missing the first deck dealt in a 5/6 deck pen game is equivalent to playing a 4/6 deck game. You just adjust for the cards seen in your deck estimation. You can't blindly use the discard tray. Arguing otherwise is inane.
AlanMendelson
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August 22nd, 2020 at 9:06:05 PM permalink
I'm going to make this easy for you Kewlj.

I quit.

Wizard... once again I'm asking you to disable my account.

I'm outta here.

Kewlj has the last word.
kewlj
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August 22nd, 2020 at 9:22:11 PM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

I'm going to make this easy for you Kewlj.

I quit.

Wizard... once again I'm asking you to disable my account.

I'm outta here.

Kewlj has the last word.



Alan you brought this fight here. I don't know what you want from me. You can leave if you want. Doesn't change the fact that what you are arguing with me has nothing to do with people believing you and your claims.
ChumpChange
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August 22nd, 2020 at 9:38:59 PM permalink
Brian Williams sometimes says elongated late night TV coverage with him is "the shank of the evening." I don't know what the hell he's talking about.


Shank of the Evening « The Word Detective
http://www.word-detective.com/2011/05/shank-of-the-evening/

"I do public speaking professionally and every time Iím MC for an event I use that phrase all the time meaning the program is almost over. Because if you look at a butchers chart of a cow or pig the shank is the back leg near the end. So the shank of an evening or program means youíre near the end. Hope this helps." - Tim
Last edited by: ChumpChange on Aug 22, 2020
billryan
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August 23rd, 2020 at 1:56:39 AM permalink
As this thread was developing, I kept thinking somebody was trying to commit suicide by moderator. What a ridiculous detour this thread has taken.

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