AxelWolf
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September 7th, 2016 at 8:12:06 PM permalink
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I have also cashed out many,many times and only once that I had a problem. However you must go over the terms and conditions with a fine tooth comb. At Videoslots casino I am paid minutes after withdrawing. There are good plays available from time to time but just understand the rules.

Somewhere I posted how one might want to approach online gambling. IE avoid depositing anything you would be very upset with if you were to get screwed. Don't assume it's random, just shave off 2% or 3 % extra on a game like Video Poker. Don't make large wagers. Don't let your balance get to high, just cash out often if need be. If you would normally walk into a casino with 1k to play and you want to do the same thing online find a few different casino's with good reputations and divide up your money and play time between them. That's a good way to get extra value from the bonuses as well as protection yourself a little bit.

I even gave some reasons people might want to gamble online.
♪♪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♪♪
blackhole
blackhole
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September 8th, 2016 at 4:09:38 AM permalink
Quote: AxelWolf

Somewhere I posted how one might want to approach online gambling. IE avoid depositing anything you would be very upset with if you were to get screwed. Don't assume it's random, just shave off 2% or 3 % extra on a game like Video Poker. Don't make large wagers. Don't let your balance get to high, just cash out often if need be. If you would normally walk into a casino with 1k to play and you want to do the same thing online find a few different casino's with good reputations and divide up your money and play time between them. That's a good way to get extra value from the bonuses as well as protection yourself a little bit.

I even gave some reasons people might want to gamble online.




I guess Axel’s responses and attitude towards online gaming in its present state (not including legal regulated sites in USA) compared to mine is the difference between an alleged advantage player and a ploppy like myself.

I always when gambling throughout my life would always try playing with the best known strategy at the time that would help me win regardless what game I was presently into. I was to dumb to master card counting, but played everything else just like the Wizard would recommend. You know that saying, "it's not if you win or loose, it's if you had a good bet" or something like that. I had great wins (luck) celebrating in a limo all the way back home, and was also grateful for credit cards since I wouldn’t have enough cash left in my pocket to do or get anything needed for that same ride home.

I guess when you always know you’re going to win and be ahead in the long run, risking money online would mean nothing especially if you’re doing it in reasonable amounts. Of course if you’re always AP’ing and winning, getting screwed a few times online would be like chump change. But, for the 99% of most gamblers that of course want to win but don’t know how to guarantee that, getting screwed just once online is personal especially when we already expect to lose and just want to have some fun. The rare time we win they want to even take that back. That's very personal......

Since I’m retired and have nothing but time on my hands (except when grandchildren sitting) I was wondering Axel how much you would charge me to teach me how to always win gambling online.

With my time and interest, I should be able to take down millions. Even if they steal back 10% here or there it wouldn’t matter. I’d be happy to pay you fairly up front or a percentage of my future guaranteed income for that knowledge.

That would be a sure way to make me an AP believer.
blackhole
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September 8th, 2016 at 6:30:46 AM permalink
Axel, I noticed you using the grammar abbreviation i.e. often lately. I am far from being any grammar expert and would never attempt to claim that in the slightest. So I did some research on that abbreviation and think what I found out might be helpful for plenty of us here in the future.

Two sentences below are an example of your usage of i.e. Below that is what I found out.

“Wow so now all the system bettors really have no excuses. IE it's not random I only play live, I won't get paid if I win, it's not a reputable casino etc etc.”

“Somewhere I posted how one might want to approach online gambling. IE avoid depositing anything you would be very upset with if you were to get screwed. Don't assume it's random, just shave off 2% or 3 % extra on a game like Video Poker.”



E.g. means “for example,” so you use it to introduce an example: I like card games, e.g., bridge and crazy eights. Because I used e.g., you know that I have provided a list of examples of card games that I like. It's not a finite list of all card games I like; it's just a few examples.

On the other hand, i.e. means “in other words,” so you use it to introduce a further clarification: I like to play cards, i.e., bridge and crazy eights. Because I used i.e., which introduces a clarification, you know that these are the only card games that I enjoy.

Don't italicize i.e. and e.g.; even though they are abbreviations for Latin words, they've been used for so long that they're considered a standard part of the English language. Also, remember that they are abbreviations, so there is always a period after each letter.

Also, I always put a comma after i.e. and e.g. I've noticed that my spell checker always freaks out and wants me to remove the comma, but five out of six style guides recommend the comma.
Joeshlabotnik
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September 8th, 2016 at 8:27:47 AM permalink
Quote: blackhole

Axel, I noticed you using the grammar abbreviation i.e. often lately. I am far from being any grammar expert and would never attempt to claim that in the slightest. So I did some research on that abbreviation and think what I found out might be helpful for plenty of us here in the future.

Also, I always put a comma after i.e. and e.g. I've noticed that my spell checker always freaks out and wants me to remove the comma, but five out of six style guides recommend the comma.



Since i.e. is an abbreviation for "id est," which simply means, "that is," my personal rule is that if I were to change the sentence accordingly, and it needed a comma there, I would use it:

I think that Donald Trump is unfit for office; i.e., he's an insane proto-fascist pig.
I think that Donald Trump is unfit for office; that is, he's an insane proto-fascist pig.

The expression "e.g." is an abbreviation for "exempli gratia," meaning "for the sake (purpose) of example." So you could rephrase it as simply "for example," and since it is an interjection, it should always be offset by commas or a semicolon and a comma.

It's impolite to show excessive emotion at the blackjack table, e.g., strangling the dealer or urinating on the floorman. (in this example, I used a comma rather than a semicolon before "e.g." because I was introducing a dependent, not an independent clause--a good rule to follow.)

Spellcheckers, being software, are written by semi-literate nerds who dream in computer code but are usually not verbally articulate enough to successfully order a sandwich. The incidence of English grammar errors in spellcheckers is ludicrous.
FatGeezus
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September 8th, 2016 at 9:30:23 AM permalink
Quote: AxelWolf

Can anyone view the live tables?



https://nj-casino.goldennuggetcasino.com/

You have to physically be in NJ to play on-line in NJ. I don't know if you can view it if you are not in NJ.

Give it a try and let us know?

Live dealers start at 5pm Eastern.
FatGeezus
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September 8th, 2016 at 3:30:33 PM permalink
Quote: FatGeezus

https://nj-casino.goldennuggetcasino.com/

You have to physically be in NJ to play on-line in NJ. I don't know if you can view it if you are not in NJ.

Give it a try and let us know?

Live dealers start at 5pm Eastern.



I just discovered that the live dealers are for real money. There is no 'Demo' mode.
blackhole
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September 8th, 2016 at 4:22:39 PM permalink
Quote: blackhole

I guess Axel’s responses and attitude towards online gaming in its present state (not including legal regulated sites in USA) compared to mine is the difference between an alleged advantage player and a ploppy like myself.

I always when gambling throughout my life would always try playing with the best known strategy at the time that would help me win regardless what game I was presently into. I was to dumb to master card counting, but played everything else just like the Wizard would recommend. You know that saying, "it's not if you win or loose, it's if you had a good bet" or something like that. I had great wins (luck) celebrating in a limo all the way back home, and was also grateful for credit cards since I wouldn’t have enough cash left in my pocket to do or get anything needed for that same ride home.

I guess when you always know you’re going to win and be ahead in the long run, risking money online would mean nothing especially if you’re doing it in reasonable amounts. Of course if you’re always AP’ing and winning, getting screwed a few times online would be like chump change. But, for the 99% of most gamblers that of course want to win but don’t know how to guarantee that, getting screwed just once online is personal especially when we already expect to lose and just want to have some fun. The rare time we win they want to even take that back. That's very personal......

Since I’m retired and have nothing but time on my hands (except when grandchildren sitting) I was wondering Axel how much you would charge me to teach me how to always win gambling online.

With my time and interest, I should be able to take down millions. Even if they steal back 10% here or there it wouldn’t matter. I’d be happy to pay you fairly up front or a percentage of my future guaranteed income for that knowledge.

That would be a sure way to make me an AP believer.




I guess no response means I'll have to remain just a foolish floppy. I'll be in A.C. at the Bogata, 09/17 and 18, playing poker, any plays available there I could take advantage of? Be nice to know I could come home a winner regardless what happens with tourney. C'mon Axel loosen up and send me a pm.

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