I have two distinct lives. One in the trenches of low-budget film and television, the other in professional gambling. Because of the feast-or-famine nature of show business I need a reliable income... gambling. So here you will read about both worlds. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Gambling With an Edge - Listener emails

This week Bob and I answer questions submitted by our listeners. We encourage your questions, and you can send them to

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Show Notes

[00:00] Intro
[00:35] Richard's recent experience on a Norwegian Cruise Line.
[06:12] Richard's AutoSlash experience with a Priceline Express Deal car rental.
[09:31] Bob's experience filing a complaint with the Nevada Gambling Control Board.
[12:08] How can APs deal with rules that are intended to exclude them from promotions?
[14:11] Is Boyd becoming less friendly to players?
[15:46] When Bob travels out of state does he stay where he plays?
[18:20] How can a player set up an account with a bet broker?
[19:58] Are "unseen cards are unseen cards" as Don Schlesinger says?
[23:21] Is it better for a player's ADT to play to on multi-game machine or a stand only machine?
[25:50] Is penetration important when shuffle tracking?
[28:11] How can a player find risk and variance information on blackjack side bets?
[29:19] Is roulette still profitable?
[31:32] Should a player continue to play a positive, but slow baccarat game?
[34:50] How is video poker dealt?
[38:14] How do you find strong players to network with?
[43:51] South Point Casino November Promotions: Walmart gift cards, Hot Seats, Senior Days
[45:02] Game of the week is "Super Triple Play Jackpots"
[48:10] What is the EV of $200/month in free play?
[52:24] Does changing a bet from $5 to two hands of $25 look better than one hand of $50?
[54:30] Does dressing well work as cover when making large bets?
[58:43] What's the best tipping policy?
[100:30] Is sitting out negative counts better than leaving the table?

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