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    Your Local Casino Habits

    Hi All,
    Anyone willing to share info about their routine in local casinos for longevity? Zeebabar and goatlife please do not respond here, not interested.
    So do you just park and then walk to your table...play for about an hour and then leave?

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    Didn't you just ask this question like a little over a month ago?
    https://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sh...g-local-casino

    Damn hypocrite. You bitch at Zee, but then you do the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    Didn't you just ask this question like a little over a month ago?
    https://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sh...g-local-casino

    Damn hypocrite. You bitch at Zee, but then you do the same thing.
    FU Midwest lol...I knew you would be the first to respond with nothing.
    Yes, I asked similar earlier...that was immediately derailed by Zeebabar no nothing.
    Take a hike guy, or go shovel some more pretend snow.
    I guess I have to say...Midwest please don't respond either.
    Last edited by Counting_Is_Fun; 02-03-2020 at 11:35 PM.

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    I actually could probably help you the best on this forum with that question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goatlife View Post
    I actually could probably help you the best on this forum with that question.
    Can you not read guy?

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    As a new aspiring AP, I would like to hear those guy's responses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counting_Is_Fun View Post
    Can you not read guy?
    You just entered my post yesterday to write ‘just gross” and I can’t post on this? In any case, I have responded to earlier posts about this, to summarize, Zi think you could last 1-4 years depending upon your play, aggressiveness and minor steps to prolong longevity. They will have you in their computer if you are a regular. Play with players card, check won/loss record regularly, play short sessions, book losing sessions and ask for comps (so they know/remember you lost), rathole just a bit (don’t overdo it), develop a story/act (I like stopping here on my way home from work or wife in a bad mood, etc) and keep your winning to losing session ratio as close to 50/50 as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counting_Is_Fun View Post
    Hi All,
    Anyone willing to share info about their routine in local casinos for longevity?
    Walk straight in and get after it
    Short sessions (as short as 30 min, rarely as long as 2.5 hours)
    Big win = leave
    Big ramp + win = leave
    Big ramp + lose = play the roll of LOSER, take a break to "go donate to some other game"
    Move between pits
    Read the vibe toward your action
    Ensure net win on players card is negative over time
    Don't put anything in their face when using players card
    Be socially anonymous. Don't make friends. Don't share names. Don't go often enough to be a "regular".
    Don't lie or do things that someone can catch you with. Be socially inept as needed. Remain polite and likable to staff.
    Don't be aggressive in any way. Treat the dealers with respect. Lose with class (even if you are pathetic). Be genuinely happy when you win.
    Dress consistently with the environment and your betting range.
    Tip modestly when appropriate.
    Don't cash out more than you know they will accept without ID
    If (suspect surveillance) Then (vanish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBourne View Post
    Walk straight in and get after it
    Short sessions (as short as 30 min, rarely as long as 2.5 hours)
    Big win = leave
    Big ramp + win = leave
    Big ramp + lose = play the roll of LOSER, take a break to "go donate to some other game"
    Move between pits
    Read the vibe toward your action
    Ensure net win on players card is negative over time
    Don't put anything in their face when using players card
    Be socially anonymous. Don't make friends. Don't share names. Don't go often enough to be a "regular".
    Don't lie or do things that someone can catch you with. Be socially inept as needed. Remain polite and likable to staff.
    Don't be aggressive in any way. Treat the dealers with respect. Lose with class (even if you are pathetic). Be genuinely happy when you win.
    Dress consistently with the environment and your betting range.
    Tip modestly when appropriate.
    Don't cash out more than you know they will accept without ID
    If (suspect surveillance) Then (vanish)
    Great, except for “lose with class (even when you are pathetic)”. The OP has none of the first and definitely is the latter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    The OP has none of the first and definitely is the latter.
    Please don't draw my posts into these personal attacks. Not taking sides, but the whole cat-fight theme on the forum gets old.

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