Gambling and Romantic Relationships.It is difficult wanting to gamble regularly and be in a relationship. I am learning this as with gambling you have to give a lot of yourself almost as if the game is your significant other. If you have the mindset where you will put everything on the line for success you are already in too deep. This mindset and feelings should only be reserved for your significant other or love. Of course I know this conversation may not be the perfect place but it is something that I wanted to get off of my chest. With gambling you have to choose because to truly be successful you have to go all in and even then (with out the right skill set) you more than likely come out a loser. Gambling can only be entertainment. You will never truly win with gambling. With that being said I really enjoy making the slot videos and want to continue but I will not be able to commit to as many videos as I would like.
I was reading what I just wrote but deep down I don't believe it. I still believe that gambling is one of the most difficult games ever created but can be beaten. I must be an addict. I do realize that it is a game and game takes energy, time and money. My message to everyone else is how much time, energy, and money are you willing to dedicate to the game? Are you willing to lose the other important things in your life. Everything is balance and moderation. Happy Gambling!
Sounds like this was written after the relationship went down the tubes.
I have always suggested to all men to have informal pre-marital agreements, at least a verbal one, listing activities that are going to continue once married and will not be up for compromise or debate later on. I had seen so many guys make the mistake of failing to do this that by the time I got married I knew to definitely do this.
Actually I had to come clean and explain where my money was going lol and we are still together. I just can't put as much time and energy into as I once did but that is understandable.
I don't bother with relationships, don't need them. It's too inconvenient for me, I'm a lone wolf, but an extrovert.
What are gambling goals for 2018!So for the year 2018 my focus has shifted. I was originally trying to find the holy grail and crack the code of the slot machine but I realized that with every revelation that I came across it never held enough water for me to subscribe to 100% or provide results as consistently as I would like. But as I began to research on the internet I came across something more interesting in relation to slot playing. People are creating slot channels more frequently. I created my gambling channel to document my ups and downs in relation to gambling (since I donít want to stop lmao!) I am also looking to keep building my YouTube channel. The Incogsino Channel has had a small growth but I enjoy making the videos related to all forms of gambling. For a long time I used to just play slots, lotto scratch offs, and horse racing for my own enjoyment then in 2015 I came across a popular slot channel known as Vegas Low Roller. He filmed his slot play, jackpots, and free games and has gained 50,000 subscribers. I didnít know there was a community for people who like to watch recording of slots but I found myself tuning in everyday to see his new slot video and if he hit a jackpot for a hand pay. I then started tuning into other people such as Brian Gambles and put a different spin on slot playing and made it a social activity with group pulls and live streaming. I realized that also on the back end that having a slot channel if you play slots regularly its a good way to recoup some of your losses at the casino. (If you can build a large enough following with consistent views) I see more and more slot channels popping up on Youtube everyday and enjoy discussing up and downs of slot playing and congratulating others who find success playing slots. Check out the slot channels on Youtube and especially check out the Incogsino Channel.
As entertaining as these slot video are, those posters are massive slot losers! They only upload the very few that turn into decent winners. They'll never upload or talk about the ones where they sit for hours losing thousands of dollars.
I agree but with my channel I'll be posting wins and lossess because I want show the reality that slot playing your not always winning! But i do agree it can be expensive either way!
Well I received a troubling email from Youtube which is causing me to grind harder now! They have raised the requirements to be Youtube partner and receive monetezation on your channel Horrrrraaaayyyyyyy! lmao
What to do when you hit a losing streak!Hello fellow gamblers and slot players. I have hit a serious losing streak in the past four weeks. I believe that I will have to take a step back and focus on just the lotto lmao. No seriously I going to have to diversify my gambling play because slot playing is taking a toll on my pockets. The speed in which you can gamble if fun and relaxing but I will need to switch slower more skill based gambling for a while. I will continue with reviewing casinos and gambling books but in the meantime stay tuned for more videos. If you haven't yet visit my youtube channel The Incogsino Channel!
Playing different games can be a style of hedging your bets.
Craps for most players is a stand up game so I play slots to sit down or to speak to companions. BJ is always a diversion for me.
Yet all can be profitable from time to time.
Charging to enter the Casino Gaming Floor?I recently went to visit a casino in Philadelphia, PA. (King of Prussia) called Valley Forge Casino and Resort. This was a fairly small casino connected to to two hotels the Radisson and I believe the Sheridan. They charged $10.00 dollars for a 24 hour access to their casino floor if you were not a resident at the hotel??? How can you charge money when your going to spend money on table games and slot machines? I assumed that because of this charge the slot machines would be much looser making money on the entry of patrons to the casino floor?? This was not exactly the case. I do understand that many casino hotels do charge a resort fee for patrons that stay at their hotels. I am assuming that Valley Forge must not charge a resort fee for patrons of there nearby hotel? The also offered a three month pass for 20.00 dollars but I knew that it would not be necessary because I was visiting from out of town.
Now I know the economy is struggling and people are not gambling as frequently but if every casino starts doing this it will be the nail in the coffin for me. Even so the feeling you get when you only have 20.00 dollars to play slots and they take half of that before you enter the f**cking casino infuriates me. When the main objective of the entertainment is to spend your money then there should be no charge for the form of entertainment bottom line.
It's a state law. Valley Forge is a mini casino. It's required to charge for admission, except for hotel guests and same-day conference goers. You should have received a $10 food voucher with your $10 paid admission (they can't make the admission free, but they can give a gift card out). I think their slots are a little tight. VP isn't great, either. Tables are pretty fair, though. good PA BJ rules, reasonable paytables on other games, etc.
Rdw is right. It's part of the bargain even allowing them to have a casino. It is like a racino not having races, although that's pretty much going to happen. I suppose there isn't a real way to force the resort to stay as a resort and not just pack it in and only remain as a casino.
They don't make money on the admission fees, its just a legal loophole, similar to using ink on your wrist. You paid ten dollars and you got some sort of coupon book, its a wash.
The slot machines are probably not server run even though the casino is new. If the machines have their chips they are probably the same chips that would be used in Vegas or any other market. Why would a casino install looser chips just because there is a legally mandated rigamarole going on at the entrance door that really doesn't generate any revenue.
I THINK IT NOT RIGHT!
Native American Casino vs. State Run Gaming FacilitiesI have had the pleasure of visiting and winning frequently at an new Indian operated (I should say Native American). I wanted to know what some of the differences were between the two. Do you have any state run casinos in your state and which do you prefer when you go gambling. (When I speak about gambling I am usually speaking of slots and cash vouchers in the casinos or racinos.) I have noticed that payouts are different in the state of NY. In NY if you win over $5000 dollars in a jackpot they have to immediately give you a check and take out federal taxes on the spot. In a native American casino they will give you cash for any jackpot that you win. I am not sure how Vegas operates when it comes to extremely large jackpots. In NY I actually try to not win large sums or jackpots because of the taxes that come with the winnings the next year. I would rather win in smaller increments but also depending on the slot bet.
When it comes to slot machines I would want Vegas or Biloxi due to strong enforcement mechanisms. At Indian casinos, you get a 'rubber stamp' from some 'gaming commission' that exists largely as a rubber stamp. No information on slot and no enforcement mechanism.
Sure you could send me a free ticket to an Indian casino, but otherwise: no way.
i DON'T RECALL ANY DIFFERENCES IN THE SLOT MACHINES