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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    Zee, your mysterious deleted post suddenly reappeared. I read it again and can't figure out any reason for it to have been deleted in the first place except by you. However, I will say it was stupid for you to post it in the first place since you can clearly be identified from it, but that is your choice.
    I happen to be now convinced about that casino and don’t intend to play there. Heck, I will play only at out of town trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwssr View Post
    So far Ho Chunk in Lake Delton. I went to madison one but no table games there. I plan on going to Diamond Joe's in Dubuque in the near future.
    That's too far south for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    That's too far south for me.
    So where do you play at? I been going to ho chunk only because it is close but I plan on venturing out. Just getting some experience in here.

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    In my opinion, the most important thing is to know when to stop cause if you don`t know, you can fall into a deep hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambling_insider View Post
    In my opinion, the most important thing is to know when to stop cause if you don`t know, you can fall into a deep hole.
    I agree but there is always that lure that things will turn around and allot of people keep playing until their bankroll is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwssr View Post
    So where do you play at? I been going to ho chunk only because it is close but I plan on venturing out. Just getting some experience in here.
    At one time or another, I have played at every casino that offered blackjack in the northern half of WI ( think Green Bay and northward), all of the U.P. and a couple in eastern MN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambling_insider View Post
    In my opinion, the most important thing is to know when to stop cause if you don`t know, you can fall into a deep hole.
    Why would you stop playing a game in which you have a positive expected value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nighterfighter View Post
    Why would you stop playing a game in which you have a positive expected value?
    #1. You are tired, fatigue

    #2. Increased heat

    #3. Better offer from the hot one by the bar.

    #4, Gorgeous ploppy playing footsie with you is interrupting your concentration

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