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    Default Richard Marcus Website of Casino Cheating piques an interest

    For some reason I stumbled across this website and I may have to do a little digging around to see if I can learn something new. I don't identify as a cheat or a thief but I see it as a way of staying one step ahead of the pack so such practices will not be used against me.> http://www.richardmarcusbooks.com/ch...halloffame.php
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    Prior to card-counting there was no clear distinction between advantage play and cheating.

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    Past posting, capping, dealing seconds, lifting the dolly, the ten-0-5, the savannah... etc; gud thing nobody here even thinks of doing that stuff.


    Slot cheater Dennis Sean McAndrew
    looks like Scobe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Past posting, capping, dealing seconds, lifting the dolly, the ten-0-5, the savannah... etc; gud thing nobody here even thinks of doing that stuff.


    Slot cheater Dennis Sean McAndrew
    looks like Scobe
    If Scobe had a younger brother maybe. Scoblete is much fatter in real life and I don't think he would be the type of guy to cheat in a casino. Sometimes in life Katz, we have to take the good with the bad and the ugly. It's just all part of the game. We cannot help the tendencies of others. They just do because that's what they want to do. But knowing about these types of scams can help to protect me. I'm delighted that there is a website like Richards. I'd like to stay current with what kind of scams people and teams are pulling off in casinos because I can get educated on the different techniques people employ in casinos and in the online realm. I see nothing wrong with trying to learn about the dark side of the industry, it can only make me a more informed gambler. This side of the business is not for the faint of heart. If they cannot take the HEAT, get out of the kitchen!
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    I think I may have been cheated in a poker room one time. I couldn't prove anything and it all happened fast, I felt like I got real unlucky. Not once, twice on the same hand being heads-up! The experience left me with mixed emotions as well as very angry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg View Post
    I think I may have been cheated in a poker room one time. I couldn't prove anything and it all happened fast, I felt like I got real unlucky. Not once, twice! The experience left me with mixed emotions as well as very angry.
    I love dealer errors in my favour. I see them as a gift from gwod. On the other hand, dealer errors against me and I make sure everyone knows about it... Br Aslan used to say his moral standard precluded him from accepting a dealer error in his favour so he felt compelled by Jesus to put up his hand and confess.

    My best so far was the time I had $700 in my box and the young, inexperienced, flustered dealer counted my six-card 22 as 21 and paid me. None of the other six players spoke a word and play went on. No tap on the shoulder came from the eye in the sky either. So instead of being down $700, gawd saw to it that I had a $1400 turnaround... bonused by their contribution to my 'loss'.

    Another time I was tapped and there stood two suits. One says sir, you should have been paid $200 and you must have missed it. We were watching up there... pointing upstairs... and then he instructed the dealer to give me two black for which I showed my overflowing gratitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    I love dealer errors in my favour. I see them as a gift from gwod. On the other hand, dealer errors against me and I make sure everyone knows about it... Br Aslan used to say his moral standard precluded him from accepting a dealer error in his favour so he felt compelled by Jesus to put up his hand and confess.

    My best so far was the time I had $700 in my box and the young, inexperienced, flustered dealer counted my six-card 22 as 21 and paid me. None of the other six players spoke a word and play went on. No tap on the shoulder came from the eye in the sky either. So instead of being down $700, gawd saw to it that I had a $1400 turnaround... bonused by their contribution to my 'loss'.

    Another time I was tapped and there stood two suits. One says sir, you should have been paid $200 and you must have missed it. We were watching up there... pointing upstairs... and then he instructed the dealer to give me two black for which I showed my overflowing gratitude.
    That's one hell of a payout on a 22 Katz. I see a lot of dealer payoff errors. Especially in BJ. I usually keep the bet unless the dealer catches their mistake. A lot of times the dealers in the craps pits will forget to collect pass line bets on a losing come out roll because their too busy flapping their gums. I see that one quite often too. Sometimes I think dealers miss pay patrons on purpose in order to invoke a toke/tip. So in essence, some dealers may be stealing from the house by miss paying the players on purpose. Just a thought anyways. Just last week some people were accused of colluding in that poker league I play in from time to time. It doesn't surprise me. It doesn't surprise me that they were stupid enough to think they could pull it off without getting caught. That's what you get when you have a lazy poker host who doesn't want to do his job and poor players looking to attain an edge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    I love dealer errors in my favour. I see them as a gift from gwod. ... My best so far was the time I had $700 in my box and the young, inexperienced, flustered dealer counted my six-card 22 as 21 and paid me. .... So instead of being down $700, gawd saw to it that I had a $1400 turnaround...
    It was a test from God, to see you do the right thing and not yield to temptation ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDutton View Post
    It was a test from God, to see you do the right thing and not yield to temptation ...

    Yahweh hath spake...

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