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john2010
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May 30th, 2015 at 6:56:36 AM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

I find it condescending, and it's one of the things I hate being called by women I don't know.
Things I hate being called by women. 1. Hun 2. Honey 3. Sweetie. These are used constantly in Vegas so I suppose I should get used to it.

Things I hate being called by men, especially those I don't know: 1. Buddy 2. Boss 3. Bro 4. Brother

My very attentive waiter yesterday called me boss, buddy, and bro within a 5 minute span yesterday, I was thinking he was about to call me honey next.



Good looking dealers love the games. (no...not the table game)

especially Italians...pretty ruthlesss at it. They'll call you sweetie, hun, look at you like they wanna marry you.

Until you lose all your chips, then they've done their job...and are done with you.
AxelWolf
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May 30th, 2015 at 5:59:03 PM permalink
Quote: john2010

Good looking dealers love the games. (no...not the table game)

especially Italians...pretty ruthlesss at it. They'll call you sweetie, hun, look at you like they wanna marry you.

Until you lose all your chips, then they've done their job...and are done with you.

Dealers normally don't want you to lose.
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
john2010
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May 31st, 2015 at 3:58:04 AM permalink
Quote: AxelWolf

Dealers normally don't want you to lose.



of course silly. which is why their overly nice and want you to come back for more.

they know who has the odds.
RS
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May 31st, 2015 at 5:06:15 AM permalink
Dealers typically want the player to:

1) Win big quick and leave
2) Lose quick and leave
3) Play for a long time [rare]


#1 and #2 are kind of related. If someone plays a short period of time, the player will either win big really fast and tip the dealer. And dealer won't have to work a bunch more. Or if the player loses quickly, same thing -- less work. And after all, isn't that what just about every one at their job wants to do -- less work.

#3 is rare, but it's usually for a player who is fun and pleasurable to deal to, and of course, a good tipper. These types of players are rare. There are, of course, some players who are fun to deal to, but don't tip much (or don't tip at all). Not the "ideal" client to be dealing to, but on a packed Friday or Saturday night -- if I'm going to have 6-8 people on my side of the table, if I can get 1 or 2 people that are fun to deal to, it makes the night go by much quicker.....and I'd rather have one of them "locking up a spot" so one of those a**hole players can't play there and stroke me by playing $2 12 and $3 ace-deuce all night.


Most players I'd rather see win, and not because "I'll get tipped [more] if they win", but because I'd rather someone win money than lose money.

Of course, there are a few rare exceptions. The dude who argues over every 7-out "it hit the chips wait WTF THAT SHOULDNT COUNT ITS ON AN ANGLE". Or the dude who does weird sh** like $88 inside then the next roll "make it look like $110 inside" then the next roll "go to $135 across" etc. Then again, these are the types of people who you genuinely just fail miserably in life. The guy who sets up his bets in a way to make it even more difficult for the dealer to do his job (ie: $36 eight, when it hits, go to $54...and won't drop a dollar).....or the guy who buys in $500, asks for 2 stacks of red and $20 in singles....then throws down a green chip for a $12 six and eight...and never wants to drop $1 (for $15) or $11 (for $25) when it hits.

Then again, same kinda people everyone's gotta work with. You know, when the waiter asks if you need anything else, person says they want ketchup but other than that they're good. Waiter comes back...oh can I get a refill on my drink....waiter returns...can I get mustard too...waiter returns....etc.
nhbtitan
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June 23rd, 2015 at 9:29:16 PM permalink
Yeah, Tell them your interested and you want to show her a good time. They say yes or they say no. Women hate Gentlemen, their p*$&#-$. They say they like them but they just use them.
Mission146
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June 23rd, 2015 at 9:58:01 PM permalink
Quote: nhbtitan

Yeah, Tell them your interested and you want to show her a good time. They say yes or they say no. Women hate Gentlemen, their p*$&#-$. They say they like them but they just use them.



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Wingnut
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July 1st, 2015 at 7:54:35 PM permalink
I have dated a dealer and some waitresses over the years and have many friends who have dated and even married dealers. Why not, they do date and as with most people you tend to met more people at work.

It seems to me that if the dealers had a choice they would want a player to win quickly, toke BIG and leave so that they could go back to waiting for their next break.
bklounge87
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March 20th, 2016 at 11:47:00 PM permalink
1. They have desires and probably enjoy sexy fun time just like anyone else.
2. They deserve the same level of basic human respect that anyone else gets.

If you can't wrap your head around #2, you won't ever get a chance to experience #1.

Treating people in the service industry as equals will almost always lead to better and more favorable results. (Excluding the actual gambling, of course)
JoelDeze
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May 14th, 2016 at 9:26:49 AM permalink
Last night, one of the female dealers told the entire table that she had already received an offer of flowers, an offer of dinner, an offer of drinks, but that she was waiting for an offer of a diamond necklace. I threw her a dollar yo.

I'm sure they receive a lot of offers but looking at most of the cigar/cig smoking oldies in their 70s/80s frequenting the place, or the ones that show up drunk, I can understand why they would want to be as far away as possible from anyone that frequents their establishment.

People are people. Anything can happen. But, would you want to date Margaret "Hot Stick Dealer at Craps" Houlihan only to have to avoid her table after having a fight or break up?

I'm happy I'm married. I don't have to worry about any of this.
Its a dog eat dog world out there and Im wearing milkbone underwear . Norm Peterson
petroglyph
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May 14th, 2016 at 9:55:16 AM permalink
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JoelDezePeople are people.



That is debatable.

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I'm happy I'm married.

Give it time, you know what they say about familiarity. : )

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