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Thread: "Professional Gambler" Christopher Mitchell offering Martingale coaching services for big money

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    It's being discussed extensively on my Pokerfraudalert forum: https://pokerfraudalert.com/forum/sh...nal-Gambler%94

    I also did a 2-hour segment on this on my last Pokerfraudalert Radio show (go to 1:08:18 mark): https://pokerfraudalert.com/forum/sh...r-Poor-Gambler



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    I have been following this on your forum and wanted to say Great Job on exposing this guy. Amazing the work Kevin has put in also on it. It is saves one person from being fucked by this guy, it was time well spent. But hopefully the pressure is enough he gets run out of town and his ass kicked. In this case he definitely deserves it. Sad their is a child involved, kid would be better off under state care.

    While I’m biased, I will say this shows the difference between you and someone who says they are there for gamblers like The Wizard. Someone posted about this scam a while back on his forum and his response was basically saying the guy could come there and defend himself. He also has a YouTube show, but it’s more about his perversion and him ogling his female models, along with a few dumb jokes.

    This story definitely will be fun to follow when casinos reopen.

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    "There's a sucker born every minute."

    "A fool and his money are soon parted."

    Etc.

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    Etc.....

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    What's the difference between this guy directly, and you guys indirectly, taking the same "ploppie" money?
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    Originally Posted by LMR View Post
    What's the difference between this guy directly, and you guys indirectly, taking the same "ploppie" money?
    Casino Patrons aren't being actively solicited for their money and being told lies about martingales - no one is holding a gun to their head saying they have to leave a machine or that they must play a particular machine;they play what they want and leave when they feel like leaving.

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    I didn't read what Dan or anyone else said, but it's obvious this guy's lying. Nobody wins thousands "every time they go into casinos" and if they did, they would not ever have a need or desire to take even a penny from anyone they were advising or helping.

    This punk with the stupid backwards cap is just another casino loser who can't let go.

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    Originally Posted by LMR View Post
    What's the difference between this guy directly, and you guys indirectly, taking the same "ploppie" money?
    LMR, I actually kind of agree with your comment here.

    This is why Blackjack Apprenticeship started up. They found it was easier to make money teaching ploppies (or whoever) how to make money in casinos, than to go to casinos and make money themselves at the casinos.

    Blackjack Apprenticeship charges $3,000 per head for a weekend to learn how to use the high low counting strategy for bj. This is the main counting method used by counters and is taught in at least 50 different blackjack books and internet sites. It’s pretty simple, but it takes practice. Nobody is learning it in a weekend.

    Not surprisingly, Blackjack Apprenticeship banned me from their forum since I was being too honest in my posts. Whenever someone said something stupid attacking casinos, I came to the casinos defense and explained the fundamentals of how business operates.

    Many APs (not all of them) don’t understand casinos exists to make money for their shareholders, and not to see how much APs can extract from them. Btw, BJA is the only site I’ve been banned from.

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    There are certain things that may be taught, and certain things that may not.

    For example in stock trading, I can teach you charts and analysis, and I can point you towards the stocks that tend to go up over time no matter what, but I can't teach you instinct. Over time, the stock traders who make money have it, and those who don't, lose money. And pretty much all you may point to as proof of whether you have it or not, is track record.

    But the percentage of stock traders who do make money tend to stay in that percentage of successful ones, and the losers tend to stay in that bracket, so it's not just about luck.
    I tell you itís wonderful to be here, man. I donít give a damn who wins or loses. Itís just wonderful to be here with you people.

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    Martingale is stupid.
    I tell you itís wonderful to be here, man. I donít give a damn who wins or loses. Itís just wonderful to be here with you people.

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    Originally Posted by MDawg View Post
    There are certain things that may be taught, and certain things that may not.

    For example in stock trading, I can teach you charts and analysis, and I can point you towards the stocks that tend to go up over time no matter what, but I can't teach you instinct. Over time, the stock traders who make money have it, and those who don't, lose money. And pretty much all you may point to as proof of whether you have it or not, is track record.

    But the percentage of stock traders who do make money tend to stay in that percentage of successful ones, and the losers tend to stay in that bracket, so it's not just about luck.
    MDawg, your leasons on the stock market and your trading practices are pretty good. And the really good thing is it doesn’t cost anything to learn them from you, since you’re giving us this information free in your posts.

    My issue is more with people who are making money off the gullible and naÔve, telling them there are riches to be made in casinos through learning some system or in the stock market through some stock or option trading strategy. These people usually make more money off teaching their system, then they ever did from using it themselves.

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    As far as I am concerned that Mitchell guy could very well be the result of the same sperm shot specimen that also produced MDawg.

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    Originally Posted by LMR View Post
    What's the difference between this guy directly, and you guys indirectly, taking the same "ploppie" money?
    The ploppies make their own decisions whether to play or not and I never touch ploppie money. They put their money in the machines and it is then possessed by the casino. I cash my ticket out at a kiosk or with the cashier. The money I get came from the casino. I don't have a dime of ploppie money but the casino does.

    This is what gets me about dumasses like Liberal Mental Retard. They don't fault the casino for taking the ploppies money but imply that I'm some kind of dishonorable person because I make a profit in a casino. That's really messed up logic.
    Welcome fellow politards

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    Originally Posted by BoSox View Post
    As far as I am concerned that Mitchell guy could very well be the result of the same sperm shot specimen that also produced MDawg.
    That's a weird thing to say considering that Mdawg talked shit about the very thing Christopher is touting.....

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    Originally Posted by Bob21 View Post
    Originally Posted by MDawg View Post
    There are certain things that may be taught, and certain things that may not.

    For example in stock trading, I can teach you charts and analysis, and I can point you towards the stocks that tend to go up over time no matter what, but I can't teach you instinct. Over time, the stock traders who make money have it, and those who don't, lose money. And pretty much all you may point to as proof of whether you have it or not, is track record.

    But the percentage of stock traders who do make money tend to stay in that percentage of successful ones, and the losers tend to stay in that bracket, so it's not just about luck.
    MDawg, your leasons on the stock market and your trading practices are pretty good. And the really good thing is it doesnít cost anything to learn them from you, since youíre giving us this information free in your posts.

    My issue is more with people who are making money off the gullible and naÔve, telling them there are riches to be made in casinos through learning some system or in the stock market through some stock or option trading strategy. These people usually make more money off teaching their system, then they ever did from using it themselves.
    Thank you.

    Well you know what they say about those who can't do, teach, and this guy Mitchell is probably an example of that.

    A lot of businesses are like that though, where it's more about filling the coffers of the top dog than making money for any of the followers. For example...MLM. Some get away with it (Herbalife, Amway) and some get busted (Equinox International...a Vegas resident, no?).
    https://lasvegassun.com/news/2000/au...-tied-to-vega/
    I tell you itís wonderful to be here, man. I donít give a damn who wins or loses. Itís just wonderful to be here with you people.

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    Originally Posted by LMR View Post
    What's the difference between this guy directly, and you guys indirectly, taking the same "ploppie" money?

    The ploppies make their own decisions whether to play or not and I never touch ploppie money. They put their money in the machines and it is then possessed by the casino. I cash my ticket out at a kiosk or with the cashier. The money I get came from the casino. I don't have a dime of ploppie money but the casino does.

    This is what gets me about dumasses like Liberal Mental Retard. They don't fault the casino for taking the ploppies money but imply that I'm some kind of dishonorable person because I make a profit in a casino. That's really messed up logic.

    LMR, here’s my thoughts on this, and I’m being serious.

    Believe it or not, most ploppies are at casinos for entertainment. Yes, they want to win, but they aren’t quiting their jobs expecting to win. The less they win, the less should go. So if they NEVER won, they would probably eventually quite going altogether, which would be a good thing for ploppies. That’s why casinos can’t skew the odds too much in their favor, otherwise they wouldn’t have any customers.

    So APs like Mickey are actually helping ploppies, since it means the ploppies will win less on slots, which means they should go to casinos less. Which means in the long run, they will lose less. The big wins go to the APs when the meter is run up. The ploppies, on the other hand, get to enjoy losing and running up the meter. Also, it gives ploppies more time to do other more productive things, since they are losing their money quicker.

    I see this the same way with bj. Contrary to what APs think, the best thing to happen to ploppies is 6 to 5 bj. I mean a ploppy is going to lose playing 3/2 or 6/5 bj, so the 6/5 is good for them, since they lose their money quicker. Thus, they won’t play as much, which gives them more time to do other things.

    I get why 6/5 is bad for APs. It makes it harder for an AP to move the odds in their favor through counting, but for ploppies, 6/5 was the most humane thing casinos did for them.

    Once again, this shows how customer focused casinos are. Casinos are always looking out for the good of their customers, which many times means taking their money quicker. And APs help this cause by collecting the big wins before the ploppy can get to them. So now you see how APing is actually a benefit to ploppies.

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    Originally Posted by MDawg View Post
    Originally Posted by Bob21 View Post
    Originally Posted by MDawg View Post
    There are certain things that may be taught, and certain things that may not.

    For example in stock trading, I can teach you charts and analysis, and I can point you towards the stocks that tend to go up over time no matter what, but I can't teach you instinct. Over time, the stock traders who make money have it, and those who don't, lose money. And pretty much all you may point to as proof of whether you have it or not, is track record.

    But the percentage of stock traders who do make money tend to stay in that percentage of successful ones, and the losers tend to stay in that bracket, so it's not just about luck.
    MDawg, your leasons on the stock market and your trading practices are pretty good. And the really good thing is it doesn’t cost anything to learn them from you, since you’re giving us this information free in your posts.

    My issue is more with people who are making money off the gullible and naÔve, telling them there are riches to be made in casinos through learning some system or in the stock market through some stock or option trading strategy. These people usually make more money off teaching their system, then they ever did from using it themselves.
    Thank you.

    Well you know what they say about those who can't do, teach, and this guy Mitchell is probably an example of that.

    A lot of businesses are like that though, where it's more about filling the coffers of the top dog than making money for any of the followers. For example...MLM. Some get away with it (Herbalife, Amway) and some get busted (Equinox International...a Vegas resident, no?).
    https://lasvegassun.com/news/2000/au...-tied-to-vega/
    Herbalife= one of the biggest scams ever, aside from religion of course. I have no idea how they keep up the scam. Stock is going up right now.

    I knew it was a scam when I was a kid and the people from my church started selling it.
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