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  1. #2601
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    For the peanut gallery, I have a comment awaiting moderation for that Dancer blog. It's one of the rare times that I take issue with a chunk of what Dancer wrote. It usually takes a couple of days to pass moderation. Basically, I strongly disagree with the "learn to gamble more different ways" as a breezy response to "gambling during a recession." I think for most winning gamblers that not staying in one's lane is a recipe to fail in many different ways.
    According to one of his articles. Dancer has recently taken up advantage slot play. He wouldn't name the games but gave a little info on how they play. Easy guess for me is he's playing high denom Regal Riches and Hexbreaker 3's. He says he learned the plays from someone that is very good at advantage slot play.

    He should do very well at it. And he might learn that AP'ing slots if worth more money and a lot less work.

    The specific thing I took exception to was Dancer recommending dabbling in sports betting as if it were something that was easily amenable to statistical analysis. It's one thing to take advantages of bonuses and bonus whore yourself as much as possible if a recession squeezes other forms of APing. It's another to think a game of opinion can be beaten in the same way that video poker or blackjack can be beaten. If Stu Ungar couldn't beat sports, why would any non-specialist think they can beat sports? This whole sharps/squares lingo fosters the illusion that sports is generally beatable. It's not.
    Unger couldn't beat blackjack either. And it was a beatable game. He was a degenerate gambler with no expertise in sportsbetting.
    maxpen, aka dicklicker, is the shit stain in the underwear of life. He's also a proven liar and a fraud.

  2. #2602
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post

    According to one of his articles. Dancer has recently taken up advantage slot play. He wouldn't name the games but gave a little info on how they play. Easy guess for me is he's playing high denom Regal Riches and Hexbreaker 3's. He says he learned the plays from someone that is very good at advantage slot play.

    He should do very well at it. And he might learn that AP'ing slots if worth more money and a lot less work.

    The specific thing I took exception to was Dancer recommending dabbling in sports betting as if it were something that was easily amenable to statistical analysis. It's one thing to take advantages of bonuses and bonus whore yourself as much as possible if a recession squeezes other forms of APing. It's another to think a game of opinion can be beaten in the same way that video poker or blackjack can be beaten. If Stu Ungar couldn't beat sports, why would any non-specialist think they can beat sports? This whole sharps/squares lingo fosters the illusion that sports is generally beatable. It's not.
    Unger couldn't beat blackjack either. And it was a beatable game. He was a degenerate gambler with no expertise in sportsbetting.
    He was better at gin rummy than poker.

    What people fail to realize is that there are folks with more money than everybody on this forum combined who have been running data-mining programs every day on every sport for decades. You can't just wander in and apply some basic math to win at sports unless books make blatant mistakes or unless you're bonus whoring, which won't sustain you. Asking a video poker player or slot player or poker player to expand into sports betting because times are tough in a recession is just, in my opinion, real bad advice.

  3. #2603
    Garnabby, can you put numerology to this?


  4. #2604
    Originally Posted by PositiveVariance View Post
    Garna69y, can you pu numerology to 7his ... De3z nut5 short vine c1ip
    ---> Country Code Names Supporting Organization.

    https://anagram-solver.net/Garna69y,...0?partial=true


    The "country code" (internet) names to go with the "country code" numbers, which, if I recall, I mentioned right at the end of my last final post, and, then, a couple of posts before, when I calculated God's telephone number. Of which, mine is ca, as in Garnabby, Canada.

    Oh, and note the 69 to go with the 27, and, then, the reversed 153, as in the Biblical number of fish.

    Which makes for three, count 'em, three, in quick succession, independent decodes for "country code". Unheard of, no? Get ready to meet your "maker".

    You lose again. But, no doubt, like the others, you will keep popping up your silly head. No rest for the perpetually unsatisfied. Ha.


    P.S. This anagram solution was the first readable one (without place and other foreign names), anyway, but, the above 69, and, 27, numerals brought it to the top. The 153 didn't remove it.



    I am the Garnabby, I am the William Yung, I am the eggy man. (Gotta love the three triple syllables in these names at the ends of the phrases.)



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    Post #2604

    2604 = (1 + 2603) = (1 + 19*137) = {1 + [√9 + (6 + 10)]*137} ---> 1961_137.
    Last edited by Garnabby; 07-01-2022 at 10:11 PM.
    Every one /everyone knows it all. Yet, no thing /nothing is known by any one /anyone.

    Suckers think they are beating the house. It wins unless it lets you win, to give you an even worse beating.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsa6ojQcYXQ

    Shut it down, Garnabby. ---> Anything, but a BS word.

    GFs pg. 455=178+277; sqrt(178X277=22+222^2)~222, as in https://discord.com/channels/4843422...04079147761715

    Also, 178+187=365. 277+277=555-1; 227+227=455-1.

  5. #2605
    Why don’t you put a sock in it Yung.

    You keep not answering questions people ask and instead just type out a bunch of gibberish.

  6. #2606
    Redietz is the hammer that thinks everything is a nail.

  7. #2607
    Originally Posted by smurgerburger View Post
    Redietz is the hammer that thinks everything is a nail.

    Bad analogy. Actually, it's the opposite.

    It's about using specific skills for specific tasks and NOT using a hammer for what's not a nail. As our old shop instructor made us memorize, "Use the proper tool for the job and use it properly."

    Or, more to the point:




    Realistically, there's nothing casinos love more than people who win at something deciding they know what they're doing at something else.

  8. #2608
    I was referring to your assertions about AP sports betting rather than your position on AP generally.

  9. #2609
    Originally Posted by smurgerburger View Post
    I was referring to your assertions about AP sports betting rather than your position on AP generally.
    Apparently it is impossible to gather a large amount of sports data, withhold some of the most recent data, build a model with the rest of it, test the model on the withheld recent data, if successful (beating the vig), test the model on some upcoming games without betting and then,if that is successful, bet a small amount of money on some upcoming games. Refining the previous steps as necessary.

  10. #2610
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    For the peanut gallery, I have a comment awaiting moderation for that Dancer blog. It's one of the rare times that I take issue with a chunk of what Dancer wrote. It usually takes a couple of days to pass moderation. Basically, I strongly disagree with the "learn to gamble more different ways" as a breezy response to "gambling during a recession." I think for most winning gamblers that not staying in one's lane is a recipe to fail in many different ways.
    I have a feeling you have mostly stayed in your own lane. What you do is kinda a niche thing dealing with investors(IIRC). I'm actually still not sure exactly how it all works, but IIRC you get a percentage/ free roll or something like that? I have a feeling you got in at a time when it was ripe for the picking.

    Basically, I strongly disagree with you. For the most part, when it comes to advantage play learning as many different methods as possible is significantly better than staying in your own lane. We are talking about the average person and not about guys like Dancer, Billy Walters, Bill Benter, etc. Obviously, sometimes it's best to stay in a lane that's pumping a shitton of money into your bank accounts.

    I agree that someone shouldn't dive right into something risky and overly complicated with a small edge. You get out of your lane when a juicy opportunity comes up, you adjust, refine and learn from there.

    Let's take a situation where a card counter knows absolutely nothing about sports, he's never even made a bet before. Let's say he hears some scuttlebutt about a risk-free sports promotion worth a significant amount of money for the time involved, it would be dumb for him to stay in his own lane and not learn enough to take advantage of it.

    Now let's say that promotion goes away, but something else good comes up, this time it's with a little risk and a little more learning so he does that.

    That guy can keep refining and learning all the way up to getting involved in small +EV percentage bets where he's getting in significant action year after year, all with very little time commitment. Now he is fully ready to jump on anything juice that comes up.

  11. #2611
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post


    The specific thing I took exception to was Dancer recommending dabbling in sports betting as if it were something that was easily amenable to statistical analysis. It's one thing to take advantages of bonuses and bonus whore yourself as much as possible if a recession squeezes other forms of APing. It's another to think a game of opinion can be beaten in the same way that video poker or blackjack can be beaten. If Stu Ungar couldn't beat sports, why would any non-specialist think they can beat sports? This whole sharps/squares lingo fosters the illusion that sports is generally beatable. It's not.
    Unger couldn't beat blackjack either. And it was a beatable game. He was a degenerate gambler with no expertise in sportsbetting.
    He was better at gin rummy than poker.

    What people fail to realize is that there are folks with more money than everybody on this forum combined who have been running data-mining programs every day on every sport for decades. You can't just wander in and apply some basic math to win at sports unless books make blatant mistakes or unless you're bonus whoring, which won't sustain you. Asking a video poker player or slot player or poker player to expand into sports betting because times are tough in a recession is just, in my opinion, real bad advice.
    Unger could never hold on to money. Couldn't go to sleep with a dollar in his pocket.

    Red, if the line on a particular NFL game was -6 just before kickoff and someone offered you the choice of taking the dog at +8 or the favorite at -4, and you knew absolutely nothing about the two teams....would you take the bet? And if so, which way would you bet?
    maxpen, aka dicklicker, is the shit stain in the underwear of life. He's also a proven liar and a fraud.

  12. #2612
    Originally Posted by mcap View Post
    Why don’t you put a sock in it Yung.
    I wanted to end things with a song. And, I guess, to, finally, finally put a "sock in it", with the infamous Bill Yung. The initial sock (of my initial username here, ThomasClines, who was banned for telling Alan that he could dish it out, but, he couldn't take it). Contrary to popular belief, or folklore, Bill Yung (and LMR) still live on. Ha.

    Originally Posted by mcap View Post
    You keep not answering questions people ask and instead just type out a bunch of gibberish.
    The latest answer was/is to PosV's question about numerolgy, ie, a glorified form and degree of gibberish.

    Now to finish the above question, sofaras the spoken part. I put the A on the front of it with the spoken part instead of with the text because it has more to do with the posting of the video, itself.

    A: Something Came In The mail Today, What?, Deez Nuts. Gottem!
    with 333/777, and 404, goes to

    A: So3e7hing Ca3e In The 34il T0day, Wh4t?, Deez Nuts Go77em!
    --->

    Ah! Don't Gaze At Me With Those Eyes?
    Dead Man's Eyes (The Twilight Zone)

    https://anagram-solver.net/%20A%20.....m?partial=true


    My way of skirting the initial anagram line, of, "Digital media management system," to bring the next readable lines to the top. Gets back to my initial 404-message within the first of PosV quotes about me, and my anagram-with-gematria work. Sort of the way to work such posts, with 69 and 27, 19 and 61, and the like, or, 333 and 777, to go with the 404. Could be that 666 goes with 888, on the other side of 333 and 777. Was sort of neat to see the numeral, 37, pop out with the 333 with 777. Then, there's the 1's with go with either, such as 313/717, and, 616/818. Finally, got the three 3's by putting them for m's.

    As well, the first anagram line above has to do with some production called, "Oh, my Goddess!", and, the guy in the video seems to say, "Gody!" as in lordy at end, instead of gottem. A thirteen second video, which includes his words.




    Now about the song. The last few anagrams solutions didn't lead to any. So, how about this one, to put every thing to everything, one more time? Apparently, a blues song, I take it the genre of which takes a while to grow on a person. About someone who's satisfied, even with being alone, which is how each of us will end up if live long enough.


    Bill Yung, Garnabby, LMR, & ThomasClines
    ---> Home (Billy Strings album).

    https://anagram-solver.net/%20%20%20...s?partial=true


    Final posts of the four of us.

    https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post147134

    https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...617#post111617

    https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...ll=1#post77796

    https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...ll=1#post24819



    My total number of posts here was 782 + 555 + 858 + 99 = 2294.

    2294 = (1961 + 333) ---> 1961_333;

    and, 2294 = {1721 + [24^2 - (4 - 2^0)]} ---> 1721_24242. (Note that the 1721 stuff is always a bit off the 1961 stuff in terms of complexity, as if the 1961 stuff is a bit more centered in things. Perhaps, the reason that the 2's inverted aren't kept as the true form of the 7's.)


    Post #2612

    2612 = (2614 - 2) = (1307*2 - 2) = {[1307*(-1 + √9)] - (6^0 + 1)} ---> 137_1961.
    Last edited by Bill Yung; 07-03-2022 at 05:51 PM.
    True addicts are incredibly credible. Gambling is just another word for keep losing. Nothing funnier than watching people on an internet gambling site. A bozo's set of bozos whether "system" or "advantage" play. Each type to whichever degree could make billions in the markets were any of it true. It's great to be a spectator of gambling, ie, not to have one leg and arm stuck in the "grave" like the cunts, cowards and crackpots here. The only real thing on any gambling forum is the "nuts".

  13. #2613
    Dang Yung left us, no time to spare after all that time tending to his super duper My Little Pony collection.

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