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, February 28, 2019

Gambling With an Edge - Vagabond and emails

In today’s show, we have about 10 extra minutes from when Vagabond was on last week, and then we go into our mailbag and answer listener questions.

We welcome your questions - send them to us at gamblingwithanedge@gmail.com, or you can find me at @RWM21 on Twitter.

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Show Notes

[00:00] Introduction of globetrotting AP, Vagabond
[00:30] Extreme couponing [08:50] Computer programming and AP
[09:40] Safety and security in foreign casinos
[13:23] Online Ocean Magic game in New Jersey
[17:37] Louisiana card counting law
[19:10] Requests for questions for Bob Narsesian
[19:51] Listener question about the "two pass method"
[21:12] Listener question about hole-carding UTH
[21:59] Listener question about a loss rebate
[22:55] Listener question about card counting without heat
[26:30] Listener question about penetration and EV
[28:24] Listener question about suite blackjacks paying 2 to 1
[29:57] Listener question about bankroll question about Jacks or Better
[35:08] Listener question about a cash out threshold that requires surveillance
[38:34] Listener question about an over payment in blackjack
[42:54] South Point Casino March promotions: Extra free play offers
[43:38] VideoPoker.com: Game of the week is "Peek and Play Poker"
[44:50] Listener question about video poker locations and pay tables
[47:00] Listener question about getting backed off at the El Cortez
[49:11] Listener question about a possible sighting of Richard in Reno
[50:25] Listener question about errors in video poker caused by sticky buttons
[52:20] Listener question about dealer cheating in blackjack
[55:41] Listener question about the greatest gambling songs 



Sonny said...

Didn't they base Adam Sandler's character in Punch-Drunk Love on pudding boy? The pudding part anyway. Probably not the other parts...

Richard Munchkin said...

Yes, they absolutely did.