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  1. #1
    He was from El Paso but Iím posting it in the Las Vegas subforum anyways. Iím not sure what his vaccination status was.

  2. #2
    First reaction: Gee, every time I turn the computer on, there's more talk of death. Chastised the gematria forum, about it, just last week.

    Second reaction: Make hay. "Five-time WSOP winner Scotty Nguyen tweeted that he "can't believe this day has come - you will always be held high in our hearts, the man, the myth, the legend & THE GODFATHER of poker baby! Mr Brunson, you made poker what it is baby! thank you for what you give to all of us baby! RIP Mr Doyle Brunson THE GODFATHER OF POKER."

    Yeah, baby, just like my very recent remark, "I'm all you can eat, baby." https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post157406 . Isn't this another of Nguyen's lines? Ha. Even after the conscious effort not to go there, into the psychic stuff.

  3. #3
    They put Martha Stewart on the Cover of the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated.
    I'm puking my guts out just thinking about that.
    Oh yeah... RIP Doyle.
    Hope you beat the shit out of Chip in Hell.
    And Fuck mcap you Fucking Redskin!

  4. #4
    Doyle was cool.

    RIP
    What, Me Worry?

  5. #5
    IF THEY THREW MARTHA STEWART IN JAIL FOR BULLSHIT THEN I SAY DOYLE SHOULD GET 5 YEARS FOR THIS SCAM:

    https://rec.gambling.poker.narkive.c...per-and-dumper

  6. #6
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Doyle was cool.
    Cool would have been "cashing out" at age, 102, to match his two famous poker hands of 10-2, and 10-2.

  7. #7
    One of my favorite death quotes relating to Poker is,"At the end of life, we all lay down the losing hand!"
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/Zk2WAFzDcrJ7pjNB7

    Take comfort in the fact that no one is actually backing up his wishes to have you permanantly banned.


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    Wise is knowing a Tomato doesn't belong in a fruit salad.



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  8. #8
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    They put Martha Stewart on the Cover of the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated.
    I'm puking my guts out just thinking about that.
    Oh yeah... RIP Doyle.
    Hope you beat the shit out of Chip in Hell.
    And Fuck mcap you Fucking Redskin!
    Could have been worse. Could have been Mr./Mrs Jenner!

  9. #9
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    They put Martha Stewart on the Cover of the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated.
    I'm puking my guts out just thinking about that.
    Oh yeah... RIP Doyle.
    Hope you beat the shit out of Chip in Hell.
    And Fuck mcap you Fucking Redskin!
    Could have been worse. Could have been Mr./Mrs Jenner!
    Same Difference.
    They put another Man on the cover too.

    Kim Petras Is Second Trans Model on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover (PUKE)
    Third if you count Martha Stewart.

    https://twitter.com/#!/x/status/1658106205976371200

  10. #10
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    They put Martha Stewart on the Cover of the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated.
    I'm puking my guts out just thinking about that.
    Oh yeah... RIP Doyle.
    Hope you beat the shit out of Chip in Hell.
    And Fuck mcap you Fucking Redskin!
    Could have been worse. Could have been Mr./Mrs Jenner!
    Same Difference.
    They put another Man on the cover too.

    Kim Petras Is Second Trans Model on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover (PUKE)
    Third if you count Martha Stewart.

    https://twitter.com/#!/x/status/1658106205976371200

    Christ, when I was a kid Sports Illustrated swim suit edition was what you beat it to if you couldnít access a Playboy.

    Now if you have to hurl instead of sticking your fingers down your throat you can use it for that.

  11. #11
    Originally Posted by OppsIdidItAgain View Post
    First reaction: Gee, every time I turn the computer on, there's more talk of death. Chastised the gematria forum, about it, just last week.

    Second reaction: Make hay. "Five-time WSOP winner Scotty Nguyen tweeted that he "can't believe this day has come - you will always be held high in our hearts, the man, the myth, the legend & THE GODFATHER of poker baby! Mr Brunson, you made poker what it is baby! thank you for what you give to all of us baby! RIP Mr Doyle Brunson THE GODFATHER OF POKER."

    Yeah, baby, just like my very recent remark, "I'm all you can eat, baby." https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post157406 . Isn't this another of Nguyen's lines? Ha. Even after the conscious effort not to go there, into the psychic stuff.
    Well, I promised that I would be back for the next forum-member death. Perhaps, old Doily just set the table, say, as an honorary member.

  12. #12
    Looks like you might have misspelled the name of your sock puppet, "Opps."

    Shouldn't it be with two O's, not two P's, i.e. "OopsiIDidItAgain?"
    What, Me Worry?

  13. #13
    Originally Posted by OppsIdidItAgain View Post
    Originally Posted by OppsIdidItAgain View Post
    First reaction: Gee, every time I turn the computer on, there's more talk of death. Chastised the gematria forum, about it, just last week.

    Second reaction: Make hay. "Five-time WSOP winner Scotty Nguyen tweeted that he "can't believe this day has come - you will always be held high in our hearts, the man, the myth, the legend & THE GODFATHER of poker baby! Mr Brunson, you made poker what it is baby! thank you for what you give to all of us baby! RIP Mr Doyle Brunson THE GODFATHER OF POKER."

    Yeah, baby, just like my very recent remark, "I'm all you can eat, baby." https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post157406 . Isn't this another of Nguyen's lines? Ha. Even after the conscious effort not to go there, into the psychic stuff.
    Well, I promised that I would be back for the next forum-member death. Perhaps, old Doily just set the table, say, as an honorary member.
    Bill, why did you abandon your Grim Reaper alias ? Or at least, I am assuming you did, since you have never used a previous alias once you have created and used a new one if I remember correctly.

  14. #14
    I couldn't do another anagram with or without gematria, and, had, thankfully, taken that angle as far as I could. Like the ketchup and fries running out at the same time.

    Did a few more of those at the gematria forum, and, then, put up my final file(s) to show how the numerals led me back to the real world. Interestingly, while I was on my way out, someone put up a short video about the Grim Reaper interrupting the coronation, at about the 1:11 mark. So, I interpreted the interruption as the Grim Reaper's passing.



    Oh, that Grim Reaper turned out to be a "nothing verger".

    When contacted by Newsweek, Westminster Abbey identified the figure as a verger, a member of the abbey community who assists with religious services but who is not a member of the clergy.
    Ha. I bet that not even MrV has heard of that word. (You have to give up reality to reach the other side.)

  15. #15
    A good spot to finish up my very own latest outing, and, with a bit of gematria to finish off the Reaper stuff.

    Firstly, the queen died exactly 911 days after the WHO declared the pandemic. Secondly, there are 345,600 minutes from then to the coronation (end-day not included), and, alternatively, 7152 hours from then to my birthday, 2 July (end-day included). The Reaper's last post here was post #3456 in the thread, and, the Reaper's (randomly assigned) usernumeral there, at the gematria forum, was 7152. Lastly, the Opps of my new username fit in well with KJ's return, and, next, my going on to mention the OPP. So, I guess that I was right to be wrong. The part about letting go of reality to get to the other side.

    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    For K unknown unique tickets (i.e. no tickets with the same number printed/written on them), let P=1/K where P is the probability of drawing a particular unknown ticket. The probability of drawing that ticket m times (where m is a positive integer greater than 0) in 100 attempts is thus {100!/[m!*(100-m)!]}*[P^m]*[(1-P)^(100-m)] which I will call A. So 100*A is the expected number of times you would observe the drawing of this ticket.
    Practically speaking, one would use the ticket with the highest observed frequency and use this number to solve for an estimate of K. However, you could do this for all of the different tickets to get a K for each one and then average the Ks to get a population estimate.

    Example: you observe a ticket with the number 1.5 on it being drawn 6 times in 100 drawings (and replacements). M=6 is then used in the equation for A. So for M=6 we have 100*A=100*(1,192,052,400*[(1/K)^6]*{[(K-1)/K)]}^94}=6 . Solve this equation of K (you can use Excel solver or any web based solver if you don't want to do it by hand). After you come up with K for that ticket, you can then come up with a K for other tickets (using their observed frequencies in the 100 draw and replacments) and average those Ks up for a population estimate.

    Obviously VCT forum members Kim Lee, Eliot ,Alpax and Drich could come up with better solutions than this since they are much stronger mathematicians than me, but that is my solution. And obviously one such application of this approach would be to estimate the number of cards held in the active bin of a CSM . . .
    Special thanks again, Tablepooey, for the bit of junk above. Have you ever studied a math proof to at least know how to begin to fake it?

    Originally Posted by accountinquestion View Post
    I'm guessing no one will be able to answer this but maybe Tableplay. He seems to be the best at high-level math.
    I really thought that after you being you so much, that old Pooey would have told you the same as me. Nothing like getting the "rug" pulled out from underneath, one more time.

    Now it's back to the attic for me to get something done. However, it takes less and less time to truly sort things out.
    The magic of music is to make any instrument sound great. What a forum to thus achieve satisfaction, despite the clowns, and other miserable losers. I found the numeral, 78230, in nature, given that the time of my final post was 7:08, and, its spot #304=(2^2+300)-->230. And, by the sizes of the little, images: 7.8KB, and, 4.8KB=(2^4X0.30)-->230; p<[1/(5X050X5)^2]. (300/4)=75; (16-0.3)=15.7-->1/57-->75. (296/53.333...)=5.55. (1200/16.3)-->[10X7+2+1].[6][196√91][9][183]; (1200X16.3)-->[1961-7+2].

  16. #16
    Daft post...as always.

    Irreplaceable.
    What, Me Worry?

  17. #17
    Originally Posted by OppsIdidItAgain View Post
    Special thanks again, Tablepooey, for the bit of junk above. Have you ever studied a math proof to at least know how to begin to fake it?
    A formula for estimating a value is not a proof retard.

  18. #18
    V, the above analysis is quite sound, on all points.

    Say, even had old Pooey properly and fully interpreted the nature of the math question, he ended by throwing in the condition that the number of occurrences of each ticket was to be factored in, by averaging out all of the occurrences. Then the relatively very few larger number of occurrences would become quite meaningless. As well, what to do with the unknown tickets, which weren't drawn? Ie, how many tickets must have been in the drum to account for a few, some, or many, of them not having been drawn? A lot. Right? Obviously, Pooey didn't even bother to fully calculate things in his example. He must have just hoped that I couldn't decipher it. Fooled him. Right? Furthermore, where it possible to simulate the thing, old AIQ would've already done it. But, the problem with thus proceeding to reverse engineer something is that there are often many different types and degrees of scenarios that could lead to the same, or different, outcomes. If, say, character profiling of serial murderers were so simple, then all of that would have long since ceased. On the other hand, every one's a self-professed expert, like you, but, in the end, it's still all a bunch of bull garbage. Mostly, people who never figured out even themselves. The best FBI agents, by directly questioning a suspect, can detect a lie only about 53%, or 54%, of the time.

    So, now's YOUR chance to try to prove me wrong, on anything that I wrote. Big boy up, or, slink away, yet again. But this time it's not a matter of submitting other than my post above. Ingest another load of pot to try to truly defend yourself for once. Shouldn't be too very hard against an attic dweller like me. Ha.

    What if you're the somewhat functionally illiterate brain-damaged nutjob in a seemingly endless online tiff with Tasha, Singer et al, and me?
    Last edited by OppsIdidItAgain; 05-18-2023 at 07:12 PM.
    The magic of music is to make any instrument sound great. What a forum to thus achieve satisfaction, despite the clowns, and other miserable losers. I found the numeral, 78230, in nature, given that the time of my final post was 7:08, and, its spot #304=(2^2+300)-->230. And, by the sizes of the little, images: 7.8KB, and, 4.8KB=(2^4X0.30)-->230; p<[1/(5X050X5)^2]. (300/4)=75; (16-0.3)=15.7-->1/57-->75. (296/53.333...)=5.55. (1200/16.3)-->[10X7+2+1].[6][196√91][9][183]; (1200X16.3)-->[1961-7+2].

  19. #19
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Obviously VCT forum members Kim Lee, Eliot ,Alpax and Drich could come up with better solutions than this since they are much stronger mathematicians than me, but that is my solution.
    A solution isn't a proof? A proof necessarily has to be complete or generalized?

    Arguing with you is totally pointless. As if you think that you win by throwing mud against the barn door. Actually, the same thing from "father" Monet.

    Maybe, old V can do better than KJ, and Redietz, too.

    Come on, V, are you such a pussy? Can you still hear yourself talking? I own you, you motherfucker.
    Last edited by OppsIdidItAgain; 05-18-2023 at 07:19 PM.
    The magic of music is to make any instrument sound great. What a forum to thus achieve satisfaction, despite the clowns, and other miserable losers. I found the numeral, 78230, in nature, given that the time of my final post was 7:08, and, its spot #304=(2^2+300)-->230. And, by the sizes of the little, images: 7.8KB, and, 4.8KB=(2^4X0.30)-->230; p<[1/(5X050X5)^2]. (300/4)=75; (16-0.3)=15.7-->1/57-->75. (296/53.333...)=5.55. (1200/16.3)-->[10X7+2+1].[6][196√91][9][183]; (1200X16.3)-->[1961-7+2].

  20. #20
    Another two daft posts.

    The Old Boy is on a roll.
    What, Me Worry?

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