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The video will look like this test video.
I think there will be a way to have audience participation, but I don't know how that will work at this point. We may just do this one the two of us without an audience and post it after we're done. Heather is more of the technology expert.
As we all work from home, there have been a few Zoom meetings...
Here is a new dressing code
(Total: $34 Million)
For this year's cancellation as a result of the Coronavirus, Wimbledon will reportedly receive $141 million from the policy."
-No question really, but sometimes a sucker bet will pay off.
three card monte might be totally beatable once you know what he is doing.
In both cases I imagine they catch on quick that you have an angle and will refuse to bet anymore
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Stream Date: 04-09-2020
Topic: Vegas Scams
Oliver and Pip
Shell game scam and three-card monte
Suggested tip scam and tip inflation
Time share pressure pitch
Triple zero roulette
Ultimate X scam
Casino gift shop pricing
Character picture costs
Personal info scams
Free CD scam
Casino floor design (and buffets)
Heather in commercials
Night club scams
When will Vegas casinos reopen?
Rant: Really bad Vegas shows
Prostitute and escort scams
Betting systems and touts
There is another socially-distant live stream scheduled at the usual time for this Thursday. It will be an AMA so I welcome all questions.
Gambling scams: IE creators (people who trick ploppies into playing and loading up UX and other build a bonus games and then get them to leave so they can scoop up the value themselves)Quote: Wizard
As a reminder, we will have another Live Stream this Thursday. This will be a rare one with a topic, which shall be Vegas Scams. I welcome all ideas. I'll get it started with the following:
Time share pitches
Night club "VIP" passes.
Street photo characters
"Free" CD people
Three card Monty
"Free" girls to your room.
Granted not all of these are 100% scams. For example, strip clubs are not all bad, but EVERYTHING in them is way overpriced, especially the girls. One should have some knowledge about what to expect before going.
I welcome ALL other ideas. I'm sure I'm forgetting a lot.
Baccarat scammers who claim they allays win at baccarat with the intentions of later charging you upfront for lessons or some variation of that. They do it on other games as well, but for some reason Baccarat seems the most popular.
NEVER GIVE YOUR MONEY TO ANYONE RELATED TO GAMBLING UNLESS YOU KNOW THEM WELL!!
Never speculate, if the math doesn't add up to over 100% DONT DO IT.
If and when the math does add up to a good situation.....ALWAYS be in control of your own money, chips, free play, machine, cards, ID, slot tickets, passwords, social security number, name and whatever else you can think of.
Check, verify, recheck, re-verify and verify the verifiers.
If it's too good to be true it probably is.
Don't let your enthusiasm, greed, and hunger for those Benjamin's Cloud your judgement.