Welfare Checks, $3 Wagers, etc on Aruze Bubble

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  1. The Midnight Skulker, Jun 4, 2018

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    Extinguish two -- count 'em, two -- avians with a single projectile. Aren't the Pads also in the National League?
     
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    that's what she said
     
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    Foxwoods gives nothing for playing bubble craps. No reward points are printed right on the machines. I have e-mailed them numerous times . Replay is ,unable to figure out the usage.
    I stopped playing the bubble at Foxwoods.
    On a happier note. Mohegan sent out free tickets , saw Midtown men Saturday and had a great time.
     
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    I told these people to try loss rebates. You get better mailers based on your losses.

    If you are a P / DP & C / DC who uses hedged Odds, it’s really easy to show losses on their player tracking system. Having dice control helps immensely. These “people” never figured it out. Oh well.

    Thanx for feedback on Mohegan Sun. I will try to make a visit next time I visit my mom - she lives in Queens and her house is worth a fortune.
     
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  5. yacraps, Jun 4, 2018

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    LOL..neat post Midnight..thats the problem the Pad"s think there in the National Boy Scout league :)
    but were coming back..the only bad thing is were so far back that by the time we come back it will be to late :)
     
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  6. random_roller, Jun 5, 2018

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    It took the Cubs over 100 years to (once again) win the World Series. Be patient, Padres fans. Or better yet, be realistic and find another team to root for, lol.
     
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    everytime I think of the cubbies I get a flashback of the TV commercial with tommy Lasorda and the guy up in the tree.
    when Lasorda asks him about baseball, don't you have a favorite team and the guy says the cubs, Lasorda says, oh boy or something under his breath, it was a great funny scene/commercial
     
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    [email protected]#$king Roller..I hear they had a strong draft :rolleyes:
     
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    Lol, another strong draft for the Padres, huh? Perhaps they found another #1 overall pick Matt Bush (apparently didn't need Justin Verlander, who was picked next), Donavan Tate or Cesar Carillo. Or maybe Jimmy Jones (Dwight Gooden went 2 picks later in that draft).
     
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  11. random_roller, Jun 6, 2018

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    Ah, Tommy Lasagna. The guy loved pasta, so even though he was a Dodger, he wasn't all bad.
     
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  12. Liman

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    My buddy is a die hard dodger fan
    He used to sing the Fernando Valenzuela song
     
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    Roller they were sitting by a single pane window the draft not only was strong it was so cold they are going to let this fan play outfield
     
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    I was living in Huntington Beach when Fernandomania first broke out. 1980?

    It was wild, the guy was a phenom. Everybody in SoCal fell in love with Fernando.

    He came from the poorest part of Mexico; when he signed with the Dodgers it became the richest part of Mexico.
     
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  15. Liman

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    I don't recall all that much, but I think after a few seasons he faded out pretty fast.

    now when I have nothing to do, I watch the mets, Im guessing they also didn't see the iceberg
     
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  16. random_roller, Jun 7, 2018

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    Padres should consider signing her!
     
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    Or a Angel game. I am not too picky. Perhaps we can. We will c. I am going to Vegas on Monday and perhaps I can put a bet down on the Dodgers,lol. Just sayin.
     
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    BTW the pads did have a pretty good mlb draft this past week. At least their draft was discussed by several writers, but what do they (writers) know, rite? Just sayin.
     
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    You like to make ignorant (as in uneducated or misinformed) comments like Liman.

    There are plenty of stories of people beating Lotto, Scratchers, Keno, etc.

    Man beats Scratchers:
    https://www.wired.com/2011/01/ff-lottery/amp

    Team beats State Lottery:
    https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/470349/

    Canadian beats Keno in a casino:
    http://blackjackforumonline.com/content/how_to_beat_keno.htm

    There was an AP team that consistently beat the state lottery in Virginia but I can’t find a good article. Winning numbers picked in lotto are random but the numbers being chosen ARE NON-Random, e.g. people tend to pick birthdays. And that was key.

    Here is the point - lots of people are living the high life from casinos because they figured it out. It’s not ignorant people like Liman or TD.
     
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  20. random_roller, Jun 10, 2018

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    You do realize you're no stranger to making some pretty stupid comments, either. So before you start calling out others, you should take a good look in the mirror and perhaps get your own act together.

    IMO, none of the articles you linked are at all impressive; rather, those stories are collectively unimpressive. If your basic premise is a human engineered gaming device has potential flaws that can possibly be exploited, don't start writing your acceptance speech for a Nobel Prize -- it ain't coming. Scratch cards? Who plays those? The guy estimated he could possibly make $600 per day taking advantage of a possible printing deficiency on a particular game -- assuming he could consistently find a sufficient supply of the "tainted" scratch cards. Ultimately, he decided it (exploiting a potential flaw in the scratch cards) wasn't worth his time. Dumb down a lottery requirement from picking 6 correct numbers (to win) to selecting as few as 3 correct numbers (to win) and finally someone wins? Well, duh. That MA Lottery game (Cash WinFall) was more about stupid rules rather than AP. While we're at it, how about asking the casinos to remove the 6-1 combination as a 7 out in craps and let's see how much better those betting with the dice fare. Think the casinos will implement that change (and no others)? The Keno story was about a deficient RNG that was powered down at closing, so improper seeding resulted in the same sequence of numbers was drawn at the start of each gaming day.

    Statistically, there are going to be winners in EVERY game of chance, as long as there are enough players and the game has been played a statistically sufficient number of times. The more players (bettors) for a given game of chance, the more likely someone (eventually) wins. Whether someone is a lifetime winner or loser, that's hard to determine with 100% accuracy except for one's own situation (and possibly for a spouse). Theoretically, though, I would expect a few lifetime gambling winners, primarily because a few people are born under a lucky star. Lottery jackpot winners come to mind. When the jackpot on MegaMillions and/or Powerball hits north of $100M, the number of tickets sold increases significantly. Get to $200M, ticket sales increase even more. If there is a $500M jackpot, there will likely be billions of tickets sold for that drawing. Given the odds are approximately 1:303M (Mega Millions) or 1:292M (Powerball), when there are billions of tickets sold, someone will win sooner or later because there are enough combinations that will have been played (and potentially all possible combinations). Show me the person who has won 2 MegaMillions and/or Powerball jackpots picking his/her own numbers (e.g., no computer generated "quick pick"). Now that will impress me and get my attention.

    In the interim, if you think you have the combination to the vault when playing Aruze Shit to Win Craps, you should keep your mouth shut and not say a thing. From my perspective, the fact you're talking about exploiting this gaming machine on a public forum while still counting comps in order to be "net positive" suggests otherwise.
     
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