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    Dodo won millions with ripping off newbies and playing $5 Blackjack with the Saliu/Zengrifter Voodoo system. I read it in the N0rm magazine.
    The gambling world [and Blackjack Forums] want to know more. Do tell us more, Dr Dodo...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Dodo won millions with ripping off newbies and playing $5 Blackjack with the Saliu/Zengrifter Voodoo system. I read it in the N0rm magazine. The gambling world [and Blackjack Forums] want to know more. Do tell us more, Dr Dodo...
    So, the truth has been revealed, finally: "I had a look at the [ZZ] site for .... It really is quite disgusting. KJ posts in the gambling forum. Appears to use the pseudonym of Dodo. Appropo?"

    Source: https://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sh...l=1#post184121

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Dodo won millions with ripping off newbies and playing $5 Blackjack with the Saliu/Zengrifter Voodoo system. I read it in the N0rm magazine.
    The gambling world [and Blackjack Forums] want to know more. Do tell us more, Dr Dodo...
    M0rmon's way of counting gives you a 1% edge or less. The best +EV comes from fleecing other players as ZG describes in his Blackhawk trip reports.



    Dodo awaits his nomination to the Grifter's Hall of Fame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    M0rmon's way of counting gives you a 1% edge or less. The best +EV comes from fleecing other players as ZG describes in his Blackhawk trip reports.



    Dodo awaits his nomination to the Grifter's Hall of Fame.
    Is this your coup d'état of the ZenZone Mr. Dodo in the wake of ZG's absence? Why would you say that ZG fleeced them when it was the casino or a players own ignorance? He didn't hold a gun to anyone's head. They did it on their own free will. As it pertains to gambling... A fool and their money are soon parted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg View Post
    Is this your coup d'état of the ZenZone Mr. Dodo in the wake of ZG's absence? Why would you say that ZG fleeced them when it was the casino or a players own ignorance? He didn't hold a gun to anyone's head. They did it on their own free will. As it pertains to gambling... A fool and their money are soon parted.
    If you want to know the secret of how to win 6:5 blackjack, study the basic strategy card below. After using it at the tables, please send me 10% of the first $1,000 that you win with this strategy, Mr. Blitz.



    Source: http://imgur.com/gallery/aOpSG4w
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    If you want to know the secret of how to win 6:5 blackjack, study the basic strategy card below. After using it at the tables, please send me 10% of the first $1,000 that you win with this strategy, Mr. Blitz.
    Unlike Ms.Ttthreee, Dr. Dodo finds his greatest blackjack profit when playing 6d, h17, 6:5 using basic strategy and flat betting. Dr. Dodo is too lazy to use a counting system (or systems) for blackjack and not smart enough to even understand what Ms. Ttthree does as described at: http://www.zenzoneforum.com/threads/...823#post230823

    If you want to correspond with Dr. Dodo, he might be willing to answer some questions in between his highly profitable sessions only if you follow the procedure described in the first posting of this thread.
    Last edited by Dodo; May 9th, 2016 at 11:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    If you want to know the secret of how to win 6:5 blackjack, study the basic strategy card below. After using it at the tables, please send me 10% of the first $1,000 that you win with this strategy, Mr. Blitz.



    Source: http://imgur.com/gallery/aOpSG4w
    How many decks is this strategy designed for? What are the game odds for this strategy with reference to decks in play? Perhaps I'll give it some thought. I was actually tempted to play a SD 6:5 game the other day however, I took a pass and decided not to play it. Instead I was working on the UAPC running count on a 6D game back counting the decks as a game was in play which I thought was more meaningful for practice since most of the card players in my area are to inept and lack the drive to duplicate how a live dealer may deal in the casino. I consider it live training. Knowing that I was back counting the decks I noticed how this dealer slowed up his deal a lot when I was standing behind the other players for a small length of time. I walked away from the table only to come back later and this dealer who was dealing slow, all of a sudden found another game speed and was dealing the cards much faster as I reappeared minutes later to observe. Since I had walked away from the table the cock sucking dealer picked up his normal dealing speed but when I returned it was like he couldn't go back to dealing at a snails pace or it would have looked to obvious that he was trying to prevent me from possibly getting in the game. He committed a faux pas that only I could notice on that table and I caught him when I had not intended to press the action any further other than observing. I make most of my money from poker and I'm not exactly sure how much time I will dedicate towards learning to play a 6:5 game properly, although I did post a net win in all 4 of the different games I played on my last casino outing, then came home and pounded the city players in a little NLHE with a 1st place finish after dealing with those grinders in venue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Petition to bring back the Dodo bird
    To paraphrase Karl Marx, "I don't want to belong to any forum that will accept entities like me as a member." If you want to interact with the Dodo, please ignore the URL in the first message of this thread and follow these directions instead: 1. Go to https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/ 2. Visit the page named: "8DjQ2iXiQ1" (without quotation marks) (The other free etherpad site lacks support the more secure encrypted https: interface.)

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    Seen laying on a 6:5 Blackjack table seat adjacent to where the Dodo was playing yesterday. Hmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    Seen laying on a 6:5 Blackjack table seat adjacent to where the Dodo was playing yesterday. Hmmm.
    How did you do Dodo in your sessions? Did you beat'em up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg View Post
    How did you do Dodo in your sessions? Did you beat'em up?
    I am sure the most honourable one understands that short-term results have little relevance if one is playing a +EV game often enough for wagers that are reasonable for the size of ones bankroll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    I am sure the most honourable one understands that short-term results have little relevance if one is playing a +EV game often enough for wagers that are reasonable for the size of ones bankroll.
    Hmm... Okay so you don't want to discuss your recent blackjack play, that's cool. With whatever bankroll I take to the casino I'm looking to at least double it or triple the bankroll. That is my outlook on poker cash games anyway.

    My last visit to the casino I went to play a $20K Deep Stack NLHE game. I was doing good right off the bat by slightly more than doubling up my starting stack of $15K. I got bounced out in the 200-400 blind stage, 30 minute stages by the way. During my last hand the pot got raised to $1200 by the guy who was left of the player who was under the gun. 3 others called and 4 were going to the flop, I had AhQh. The flop came 10c, Kc, Jh... the first player checked, I immediately went all-in for $18250 (bout 3 times the size of the pot way I see it) whereas the pot size at the time was about $5500 with the antes. The idiot to my left with Qc4s calls my all-in bet as he has me slightly covered and he hits runner, runner clubs for a goddamn club flush. No 9 or A came on the turn or river whereas my opponent was dead if a 9 came. He might have had a 2 outer for an Ace to hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg View Post
    Hmm... Okay so you don't want to discuss your recent blackjack play, that's cool. With whatever bankroll I take to the casino I'm looking to at least double it or triple the bankroll. That is my outlook on poker cash games anyway.

    My last visit to the casino I went to play a $20K Deep Stack NLHE game. I was doing good right off the bat by slightly more than doubling up my starting stack of $15K. I got bounced out in the 200-400 blind stage, 30 minute stages by the way. During my last hand the pot got raised to $1200 by the guy who was left of the player who was under the gun. 3 others called and 4 were going to the flop, I had AhQh. The flop came 10c, Kc, Jh... the first player checked, I immediately went all-in for $18250 (bout 3 times the size of the pot way I see it) whereas the pot size at the time was about $5500 with the antes. The idiot to my left with Qc4s calls my all-in bet as he has me slightly covered and he hits runner, runner clubs for a goddamn club flush. No 9 or A came on the turn or river whereas my opponent was dead if a 9 came. He might have had a 2 outer for an Ace to hit.

    All I can say at this point; like blackjack, focus on the long term. My recent forays have that an Ace fucking flops everytime I have a big pocket pair and then, I get raised all in. Hot damn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    To paraphrase Karl Marx, "I don't want to belong to any forum that will accept entities like me as a member." If you want to interact with the Dodo, please ignore the URL in the first message of this thread and follow these directions instead: 1. Go to https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/ 2. Visit the page named: "8DjQ2iXiQ1" (without quotation marks) (The other free etherpad site lacks support the more secure encrypted https: interface.)

    Much too complicated for my tastes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Svengarlicky View Post
    All I can say at this point; like blackjack, focus on the long term. My recent forays have that an Ace fucking flops everytime I have a big pocket pair and then, I get raised all in. Hot damn!

    The long term indeed. An ace on the flop doesn't necessarily mean a bad thing if you have outs working for you and depending where you are chip stack wise in relation to the blind level in tournament poker, or where you opponent is sitting and likely to do. I really don't worry about an Ace flopping when I do pick up a big pocket pair in a cash game. When I do get a monster hand other than pocket Aces I try to isolate and raise high enough to only get 1 or 2 people to come along to the flop, or else pick up the blinds. Irregardless, with a big pocket pair I would definitely be raising and sizing up opponents chip stacks.

    In that $20K Tourney I was playing real well up until what became my last hand, the person who took me out was some 24 year old looking kid. I didn't think he made the best decision by calling my all in bet. I personally thought the kid was a fucking idiot, chasing when he's in bad shape. I was practically praying for a non-club card to hit the turn and that didn't happen or else I would have been over joyed. Once I seen the result I said, "Fucking Bullshit!" and left the table, not congratulating my opponent.

    I also got to play with a former Main Event Champ for a second time during that tournament, same one. I was hoping to knock him out. He went all-in with his AQ offsuit pre-flop several hands prior and hit a double up vs. pocket JJ by hitting a Queen. He still had his laptop computer and was playing games on it as the poker tourney was in motion.
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