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Topic closed. 20 replies. Last post 11 years ago by BaristaExpress.

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pasadena MARYLAND
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Posted: January 15, 2006, 7:34 am - IP Logged

roulette rules i have had luck with the first time 29 fable an old indian told me when you step up to a roulette table as a new player or have been sitting there for several spins and someone new steps in to play 1st time 29 comes i have seen it for myself several times and more than not so i go heavy and have had several spins where the 29 comes he called it priming the table i call it priming my pocket and when it shows i take the money and run! to the point where i had 1 $100 chip left and waited for a new player took 2 spins and when the new player came i was cursing because the last number before she stepped up to play was 29 but i went with it anyway and boom back to back 29s $3500 i found my way to the door up $2900

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    Magnolia, Delaware
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    Posted: January 30, 2006, 11:52 pm - IP Logged

    Not to be to off topic here. But here in Delaware as soon as our Governor is voted out we will have full out gambling! Yes, that means all table games and sports wagering just like Vegas! That will put a big hole in Pennsylvania and Maryland's plans for putting slots in their states! Why go to those states just to play slots for, when they can come to Delaware and do it all! Oh yeah, Delaware will have one up on Atlantic City even (when it happens of course) Sports betting/wagering which they can't do in NJ. Delaware will be the only place on the East coast to have all out gambling! We are the only other state in the Union that has it already in their Constitution for it to happen! 

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      Posted: January 31, 2006, 12:37 am - IP Logged

      For a brief time, After Atlantic City opened, Delaware had sports betting. For a very brief time. This was in the early 1980's, didn't even last a whole season.

      Instead of tapping into a sports wire or a Vegas sports book and getting the actual pointspreads, they had state employees "make the line" on games.

      This was in the football season.

      Wiseguys from Vegas were flying to Delaware just to place bets. They actually had some games "middled" because of the differences in the real spreads and the "Delaware" spread.

      People in Vegas were almost in tears when Delaware realized what was going on and closed the sports action down.

      Having a game middled means you have both sides at different pointspreads and can win both bets. Let's say you have Seattle at +3 and Pittsurgh, instead of -3, at -1.

      Let's say also that Pittsburgh wins 30 - 28. You'd win both bets.

      That's a mile exampl and actually happens. What they were doing in Delaware went so far as to have the wrong favorites in some games.

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        Posted: January 31, 2006, 7:29 am - IP Logged

        That's great! I don't mind the dummies running the sports betting! Heck I'll clean up, unless they go along with the Vegas point spreads.

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          Posted: February 1, 2006, 7:28 pm - IP Logged

          Thanks for the warning Barista! I'll gladly keep my cash in PA , or head out to Viva las Vegas :)

          Plus Trump has agreed to place a casino here :)

          Delaware has YET to attract a single HIGH rollers style casino. Delaware caps payouts if I recall, will that change too with the new governor?.

          Vegas is unlimited as is Atlantic City.

           

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            Posted: February 2, 2006, 12:00 pm - IP Logged

            Well GameGrl, the state of Delaware doesn't need the Donald Dump, oops Trump to build anything for them since they already have most of the infrastructure already in place (casinos already built). All they have to do is expand them! Delaware caps payouts? on what? their slots? because that's all they have at the moment in a casino. And as far as I know they do nothing of the sort on the slots. They do have harness racing and I don't know about them, so I can't say.

            Pennsylvania does need to have someone to build the casinos for them, but to choose Donald Dump, oops my bad, I mean Trump isn't the wisest choice! But again, it is their choice. Donald of course will be getting a nice cut of the proceeds if the casino isn't to be his. High roller style casinos isn't the way to go for any new venture such as Pennsylvania's. You know why, the biggest chunk of the revenue will be the locals all around the casino and not the "Whales" that have to fly in! Locals generate more money on a continuous bases and that's what they better focus on to start with in the beginning! That's like buying 20 delivery trucks for a new delivery business that could use no more than 10 to do the job efficiently in the beginning! To over estimate revenue or the types of players that will be attracted to a casino isn't a smart thing to do and from what you're saying that's exactly what Pennsylvania is about to do.  

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