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  1. #1921
    Originally Posted by Don Perignom View Post
    Originally Posted by 1Hit1der View Post
    Don, I'm much more concerned about the mental health of Redietz, KJ, and Singer, so I thrice removed the word, gypsy, from the society of your last relevant quote, to ensure that they, "Go to VCT, go directly to VCT".
    Thank you for the important work you're doing.
    And thank you, Don, for noticing, at least in jest.

    Like Tasha, we all need a bit of affirmation, from time to time. What gets me is how down the people here and there are about trying for something better even if different.

    In particular, MrV, who should be up, up, up instead of down, down, down. With infrequent off-beat, but backhanded, compliments as *golf claps*. Would have been nice of him to note that were my TOE as good as my anagrams; instead of, say, ply his daft misperceptions of my grasp on the English language, to try to summarily put it down.

    But, hey.


    Originally Posted by Don Perignom View Post
    Thank you for the important work you're doing.
    --->

    Minority group threat theory.

    Entropy (Information theory).

    Entropy (information theory).

    I'm Too Far Gone (To Turn Around).


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    Spot #1922 = 2*961 = (1 + 1)*961 ---> 1/1961, and, 1922 = (2000 - 78) = [2000 - (70 + 2^3)] ---> 2/7_7/2.


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    Gambling will addict some of the people, some of the time, but, deludes all of the people, all of the time.
    ---> O, tell me the, tell me the list of "doped up" people out of left field who claimed to be a gambling messiah.


    No matter where you go, there you are!
    ---> O! Gee, turn the other way. You are more.


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  2. #1922
    Garnabby old boy, I do indeed give you props for trying to devise an expansive TOE.

    That is well beyond my abilities.
    What, Me Worry?

  3. #1923
    Originally Posted by accountinquestion View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by accountinquestion View Post
    Never ever seen a retard with such a compulsion to lie.
    Great. You call him a liar but don't say what he lied about. That's a real strong case you built. Not.
    To be clear - I was talking about kewl and not spanking or whomever.
    Oh, okay. Sorry
    "More importantly, mickey thought 8-4 was two games over .500. Argued about it. C'mon, man. Nothing can top that for math expertise. If GWAE ever has you on again, you can be sure I'll be calling in with that gem.'Nuff said." REDIETZ

  4. #1924
    Originally Posted by soxfan View Post
    Bbbbbwwwwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh, if the kewl-J told me that the sky is blue I'd have to go outside and eye-ball it myself just to be sure, hey hey!!!!
    I agree... it would have to be confirmed lol

    Maybe kewl is just hoping to get maxpen scouring the interwebs for his news story(s)... here we go again...

  5. #1925
    Originally Posted by jdog View Post
    Originally Posted by soxfan View Post
    Bbbbbwwwwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh, if the kewl-J told me that the sky is blue I'd have to go outside and eye-ball it myself just to be sure, hey hey!!!!
    I agree... it would have to be confirmed lol

    Maybe kewl is just hoping to get maxpen scouring the interwebs for his news story(s)... here we go again...
    I think that's his closest approximation to a way out of this.

  6. #1926
    Originally Posted by jdog View Post
    Originally Posted by soxfan View Post
    Bbbbbwwwwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh, if the kewl-J told me that the sky is blue I'd have to go outside and eye-ball it myself just to be sure, hey hey!!!!
    I agree... it would have to be confirmed lol

    Maybe kewl is just hoping to get maxpen scouring the interwebs for his news story(s)... here we go again...
    Won't be wasting my time. It's obvious at this point...RIP

    I don't work for prop cash
    FraudJ's word is worth less than the prop cash in Singer's safe...RIP

  7. #1927
    Originally Posted by kewlJ View Post
    Do you never give up being an idiot MaxPen? The email address that I use to communicate with players I network with and anyone on the topic of blackjack is well known. If you google my real name, and check a couple of the free information sites, it shows up with the word "yahoo" slightly redacted. Not too hard to figure out. I have also even posted it on forums in the past. Rob Singer has even sent me harassing emails to that address. Come on Maxpen, I am sure a great sleuth like you could have come up with it if you wanted.

    In the case of the reporter than contacted me, she was given my name. I told her I didn't want to comment and explained why, but they still ran my name in the story. There was a story at a second station days later that did not include my name. That second story focused more on the casino actions. Both had video of the incident and it was not supplied by me or my attorney. Only other place it could have come from was someone at the casino involved. I find that kind of interesting.

    But anyway, I am not really supposed to be discussing this shit, so that is all I am going to say.
    People are harassing you directly to your email?
    Next thing you'll tell us is that they are literally knocking on your door!

  8. #1928
    To find the relationship between the body, and the soul, as predicted of this post, my 172nd, at https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...059#post171059.

    Truncate, reverse, and overlap, the words, body, and, soul, at their o's, to obtain sob, and bos, with bo from body, and, so from soul. And, next, reverse, and join, their thus abbreviations, to obtain sobos, with the b's overlapped, which may be read as sob (devil) either way, and bossob, without the s's overlapped, which may be read as boss (god) either way. To use up eight o's, four s's, and, four b's, with the two b's overlapped in Garnabby, as in sobos, from the quote below. For body for soul involves 4 bo 4 so.


    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Garnaby old boy, I do indeed give you props for trying to devise an expansive TOE. That is well beyond my abilitieS.
    ---> Die Grundlagen der allgemeinen RelativitatStheOrie. [The foundations of the General Theory of Relativity]

    https://anagram-solver.net/GarnaXXy%...0?partial=true


    Interestingly, the above approach necessarily uses up all of the b's, o's, and s's. And, again, it appears as though the electromagnetic, gravitational, and higher fields, as gods, and devils, separate, and put together, every thing.

    Perhaps, much like the anagrams, the TOE/OS (Theory Of Everything / Optimal Strategy) is a matter of only juggling into place only the things that we already know, and understand, respectively. But, in keeping with the thus "max" nature of numeral, 172, it's time to move on from the anagrams with gematria.




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    Gambling will addict some of the people, some of the time, but, deludes all of the people, all of the time.
    ---> O, tell me the, tell me the list of "doped up" people out of left field who claimed to be a gambling messiah.


    No matter where you go, there you are!
    ---> O! Gee, turn the other way. You are more.


    My final, final anagram with gematria, https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post171878

  9. #1929
    Oh, sorry, but, I can't resist. One more, for the old times.


    Originally Posted by 1Hit1der View Post
    But, in keeping with the thus "max" nature of numeral, 172, it's time to move on from the anagrams with gematria.
    ---> More "What If?": Eminent Historians Imagine What Might Have Been.

    https://anagram-solver.net/%20But,%2....?partial=true


    Made for a heck of a 173rd post, to go with the anagram with gematria, before, and, with the perfect pair, before that. Honestly, I had no idea. Ha.


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    Gambling will addict some of the people, some of the time, but, deludes all of the people, all of the time.
    ---> O, tell me the, tell me the list of "doped up" people out of left field who claimed to be a gambling messiah.


    No matter where you go, there you are!
    ---> O! Gee, turn the other way. You are more.


    My final, final anagram with gematria, https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post171878

  10. #1930
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    People are harassing you directly to your email?
    Next thing you'll tell us is that they are literally knocking on your door!
    I am afraid so Monet. I have received multiple nasty and even threatening emails from Rob.Singer1111@yahoo.com, sent on a verizon android smartphone. I still have those emails. And this happens to be an email address that Rob has posted here for other purposes, so he shouldn't even try to claim it was not him, but an imposter.
    Dan Druff: "there's no question that MDawg has been an obnoxious braggart, and has rubbed a ton of people the wrong way. There's something missing from his stories. Either they're fabricated, grossly exaggerated, or largely incomplete".

  11. #1931
    I still have the text messages from Rob trying to be anonymous while quizzing me about handicapping. I think he was trying to get me to sales pitch him or something. Who knows? Pretty funny. I did a phone search and the number was connected to Rob in about 10 seconds.

  12. #1932
    Originally Posted by kewlJ View Post
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    People are harassing you directly to your email?
    Next thing you'll tell us is that they are literally knocking on your door!
    I am afraid so Monet. I have received multiple nasty and even threatening emails from Rob.Singer1111@yahoo.com, sent on a verizon android smartphone. I still have those emails. And this happens to be an email address that Rob has posted here for other purposes, so he shouldn't even try to claim it was not him, but an imposter.
    OF COURSE that's my email address, dopey. I've posted it multiple times. Problem is, it's just another concocted story of yours. What you should be concerned about is why would I ever spend time playing footsie with a fairy. And in case this went thru the hole in your head....if I have your private email address (no idiot, not the kew one) I also have had your tel. no., REAL address, DOB, & SS# for a long time. And THATS why I've always been at the forefront of knowing just about everything you say is a lie.

    BTW---if you get a threatening email from me, be vigilant.

  13. #1933
    Wrong again stooge. You have none of the information you just claimed. None of it.

    You have a throw-away email address (the Kewl email) and that is all.

    You are such a loser.
    Dan Druff: "there's no question that MDawg has been an obnoxious braggart, and has rubbed a ton of people the wrong way. There's something missing from his stories. Either they're fabricated, grossly exaggerated, or largely incomplete".

  14. #1934
    Originally Posted by MaxPen View Post
    You can't get to the truth with a fraud.
    i.e.
    Originally Posted by MDawg View Post
    No lawsuit, and his name got out, how? His email got out? How? His phone number got out? How?

    The problem is, for UNKewlJ, the internet IS his entire universe. He lives a concocted life online only – there is nothing more for him. So, he thinks in terms of that the whole world too lives online, which is why it would be “so easy” for news reporters to find his posted story and then work from there to find his email and email him. (Ah but, don’t forget, this all happened LONG AGO anyway, “because he’s too smart to let anyone know what is REALLY going on” so how did these reporters get wind of anything that happened and find his email online – before he had even posted about it online?)
    Originally Posted by Ray Finkle View Post
    Maybe I can step in here and help,

    It Never Happened.

    You're welcome....
    I tell you it’s wonderful to be here, man. I don’t give a damn who wins or loses. It’s just wonderful to be here with you people.

    MDawg Adventures carry on at: https://www.truepassage.com/forums/f.../46-IPlayVegas

  15. #1935
    Is it ever advisable to bet mistakes? Yesterday I found the moneyline odds reversed on an upcoming UFC matchup:

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    Later they took it down, and now it's correct.

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    I figured it was a no-win situation because they wouldn't allow my bet to stand -- especially so far out into the future.

    Should I have notified them of the error?

  16. #1936
    Originally Posted by Don Perignom View Post
    Is it ever advisable to bet mistakes? Yesterday I found the moneyline odds reversed on an upcoming UFC matchup:

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    Later they took it down, and now it's correct.

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    I figured it was a no-win situation because they wouldn't allow my bet to stand -- especially so far out into the future.

    Should I have notified them of the error?

    These are questions that don't get asked enough. I think young (er) generations are poorer than Boomers on up when it comes to thinking these things through and having some finesse in their decision-making.

    First of all, obviously, it depends on the size and nature of the sports book. If you're dealing with a brick-and-mortar mega-book -- not your job to point out their error. The majority of the time, they will catch their error. They will also honor the wager, especially if it's made in person at a counter as opposed to online. Once you step away from the counter, the wager is live. If you're dealing with a boutique offshore, of course, the approach (and rules) must be different.

    In this case, it's a real bad idea to be a greedhead and try to slam a boutique for the max allowed. That's in bad taste. It's exploiting some poor sap's error. All you accomplish by trying to max out something like this is that (1) you get a red pen notation next to your account and (2) you might get that poor sap fired.

    Game is kicking off, but I'll get back to this. The basic premise is that all living is a negotiation. Don't be an ass and try to bury some book on an occasional bad number. It puts a label on you, usually they catch it if it's an online wager, and it smacks of desperation on your part besides. Also a really bad idea if you step out and bet significantly larger amounts than what you usually wager.

    I'll add to this later. Hope this provides a starting point.

  17. #1937
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    If you're dealing with a boutique offshore, of course, the approach (and rules) must be different.
    I could have mentioned that. Yes, offshore. Major, rated 10 of 10 at Bookmakers Review.

  18. #1938
    I have posed many simple legitimate (non-provocative) questions to Red and got nothing but crickets. I can predict what questions will be answered by him honestly with anything legit and what will be met with vitriol.

  19. #1939
    Originally Posted by AxelWolf View Post
    I have posed many simple legitimate (non-provocative) questions to Red and got nothing but crickets. I can predict what questions will be answered by him honestly with anything legit and what will be met with vitriol.
    Yeah, okay. Anonymous genius "AP" Axelwolf makes a couple comments that are, I'm sure by his standards, non-provocative. I'm sure Axelwolf had a real good reason to make that last post. Care to share that non-provocative rationale?

    What an ass. Couldn't just not comment.

    Tell you what, Dom. If you want some specifics, email me at Integritysports@aol.com. I wouldn't want to force Axelwolf to make additional asinine posts.

  20. #1940
    Anonymous, seriously, that's what you got? Dude, I'm NOT anonymous in the way you are suggesting. Im not some unknown troll hidden behind my computer who could be posing as anyone.

    I used a"pen name"/screen name/alias or whatever you want to call it.

    I can guarantee you I have met more people in person from here and WOV that know my real name. I just don't use my real name online.
    A multitude of advantage players and casino/gambling enthusiasts know my real name and know I'm Axel Wolf online, I don't hide that.

    Why not use my real name online? Because a casino could easily google your name and find you are an advantage player and now you even admit to it.
    That could potentially cost one 10's of thousands on a signal play. That's probably not an issue if you're a losing or little to no-action sports bettor.

    Unlike you, I am not a sports tout/investment recruiter where it seriously benefits you to use your real name as often as possible. You think I don't understand why you specifically chose the name "Integrity Sports" and this entire scheme about using your real name in the tout/investment recruitment game?

    Many well-known Advantage Players, gambling enthusiasts use a different name. I.E. Bob Dancer, Anthony Curtis, Stanford Wong and the list goes on.

    No doubt, I have made many asinine posts, as have you. Please feel free to show what legitimate questions to you are asinine, and why you claim that. We can go back and discuss one at a time.

    As to the rest of your requests, I haven't any clue as to why you keep suggesting people email you so badly. I don't know enough about email privacy and fingerprinting(I hear there's private information that can be acquired via one's email, without proper action taken ), mailing lists, etc, but I'll pass for those reasons that unknown to me.
    Last edited by AxelWolf; 01-21-2024 at 06:32 PM.

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