Quote:Beethoven9thRE: chickenman

LOL!

Really? He is down $250,000 at baccarat. How much are you down?

you said this before in another thread, You need to have an understanding about being down money.

when you walk into the casino from day one and play 100.00 per visit and lose, win, lose win and so on, you will have to assume in 15 year of gambling (5475 days) x (100 per day) = 547,500.00 if you went every day for 15 years.

Now lets do some real math

(15 years going three times a week with a 1000.00 bank roll) = 1825 visits x 1000 = Risking 1,825,000 for the 15 years. therefore if he lost 250,000.00, that's peanuts that's like 15% of his bank roll.

Now do the same calculation where you win one day per month an average of 15000.00. I'll let you do the math on that.

let me know how you make out, if a loss or win. this is why I believe him if he says He wins all the time. because the winning day compliments many of his losing days.

As for me and my 18 years of Gambling on a professional level, I don't worry about counting my losing days because there are many, I Just keep a positive attitude and count the fluctuating stack of Hundred dollar Bills that come in from the Casino day after day.

Quote:gr8varmentiyou said this before in another thread, You need to have an understanding about being down money.

when you walk into the casino from day one and play 100.00 per visit and lose, win, lose win and so on, you will have to assume in 15 year of gambling (5475 days) x (100 per day) = 547,500.00 if you went every day for 15 years.

Now lets do some real math

(15 years going three times a week with a 1000.00 bank roll) = 1825 visits x 1000 = Risking 1,825,000 for the 15 years. therefore if he lost 250,000.00, that's peanuts

Now do the same calculation where you win one day per month an average of 15000.00. I'll let you do the math on that.

let me know how you make out, if a loss or win. this is why I believe him if he says He wins all the time. because the winning day compliments many of his losing days.

I see that you're a little in slow, so let me spell it out for you: HE IS DOWN $250,000.

Translation: He's in the hole by $250K!!!

Do you understand now, gr8varmenti? *headshake*

Sincerely,

gr8beethoven

Quote:AxelWolfI was told he is from the Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada area but you can't believe everything your told on the internet.

Niagara Falls you say?

Quote:Beethoven9thI see that you're a little in slow, so let me spell it out for you: HE IS DOWN $250,000.

Translation: He's in the hole by $250K!!!

Do you understand now, gr8varmenti? *headshake*

Sincerely,

gr8beethoven

Beethoven9th, I've earned more than 3 million dollars playing Blackjack and roulette in 7 1/2 years and I have just a couple of rental properties and a few bucks in the bank to show for it. so therefore I can say, I've lost over 3 million dollars.

*headshake*

Beethoven9th, go have a cup of coffe and read the post again, and again, and as many times as it takes to understand the Losing side of Gambing. It doesn't have no impact on Professional gamblers.

Losing money on a professional level is a "System Requirement" because in the Casino world you gotta lose. you cant win all the time. This is why you need to listen to the pro'ss so you don't have to climb that big hill and battle it out losing everyday and then asking yourself what you did wrong and correct it for next visit. We did that already for you.

Get over the Loss and move on.

Quote:varmenti

Now lets do some real math

(15 years going three times a week with a 1000.00 bank roll) = 1825 visits x 1000 = Risking 1,825,000 for the 15 years. therefore if he lost 250,000.00, that's peanuts that's like 15% of his bank roll.

It's only 15% of his bankroll if he actually had $1,825,000 unique dollars to wager. If he ever took the same money to the casino on more than one trip - a virtual certainty - that would increase the percentage of his bankroll that he lost.

For example: I have $1000. I go to the casino. I win $300. I now have $1,300 and I go home. I return to the casino with $1000 and I win $200. I now have a total of $1,500. I go home. I return to the casino with $1000, lose it, and go home. I have lost $1,000 of my $1,500, which is 66% of my bankroll. Your method would call this a 33% loss: $1000 loss/(3 trips * $1000/trip).

Quote:gr8varmentiBeethoven9th, I've earned more than 3 million dollars playing Blackjack and roulette in 7 1/2 years and I have just a couple of rental properties and a few bucks in the bank to show for it. so therefore I can say, I've lost over 3 million dollars.

*headshake*

Beethoven9th, go have a cup of coffe and read the post again, and again, and as many times as it takes to understand the Losing side of Gambing. It doesn't have no impact on Professional gamblers.

Losing money on a professional level is a "System Requirement" because in the Casino world you gotta lose. you cant win all the time. This is why you need to listen to the pro'ss so you don't have to climb that big hill and battle it out losing everyday and then asking yourself what you did wrong and correct it for next visit. We did that already for you.

Get over the Loss and move on.

gr8varmenti,

Umm, is your head stuck in.....aw, forget it.

But do you understand what "in the hole" means in the context of gambling???

Sincerely,

gr8beethoven

Quote:varmenti

Beethoven9th, I've earned more than 3 million dollars playing Blackjack and roulette in 7 1/2 years and I have just a couple of rental properties and a few bucks in the bank to show for it. so therefore I can say, I've lost over 3 million dollars.

*headshake*

You have now said, in your short time on this forum, that you've been a professional gambler since the '90s, that you've made more than $3MM in the last 7.5 years, and that you've only been winning at bacc for the past few months. It's hard to find a set of circumstances under which these statements can possibly all be true.

You also don't seem to understand that, in discussions about "making" money, it's the NET amount that matters; but that's another issue entirely.

Quote:rdw4potusYou have now said, in your short time on this forum, that you've been a professional gambler since the '90s, that you've made more than $3MM in the last 7.5 years, and that you've only been winning at bacc for the past few months. It's hard to find a set of circumstances under which these statements can possibly all be true.

You also don't seem to understand that, in discussions about "making" money, it's the NET amount that matters; but that's another issue entirely.

I don't even want to waste my time to detail this information, I just said in a previous post I DON'T CARE to Knowledge myself with LOSES. why did I even bring it up, I should have expected the member would come back out and Bite me in the Butt.

gambling since 1996 do the math,i'm to tired to have to explain all the side stuff and drift off topic.

It's 10:30 am est time and I'm going to the Casino now, Bye everyone.

Quote:varmentiI don't even want to waste my time to detail this information, I just said in a previous post I DON'T CARE to Knowledge myself with LOSES

No wonder why you always "win". I'd always win too if I didn't factor in any of my losses.

upon claims now, yet doesn't seem to know even the basics about

gambling. His whole mission here is about him proving to us that

he wins. Who does this except an extreme newbie. Maybe he'll post

,more pics of him fondling money in his car and we'll all be convinced.

And Gr8 is his hero? Really? Gr8?