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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg View Post
    I"ll never apologize to a fish like that. Morgenstern sucks! Boz, if he is reading this can go and fuck himself! ZG should have never brought his ass here to begin with.
    "Fish?", my toe jam has more blackjack knowledge than you... all you do is put people down and have YET to show me ANYTHING... my most ROOKIE fan sends me a video of himself counting cards... yet for some reason you can't? Email me a video of you doing SOMETHING with a deck of cards, other than wiping the dust off of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgenstern View Post
    BetOnline. I could have sold them the video for a small fortune but instead I choose to expose them, it was the real thing to do...
    Next time sell the video...
    ...shakedown was the smart play LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgenstern View Post
    that video was the most damning evidence in history of online gaming...
    Given other things he's said and done, I wouldn't trust this video.
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    Mike, Im not sure you should be using your fans as examples of anything.
    Here's a post made by what apparently seems to be the resident expert in your Forum.
    Im sure some here will get a good laugh out of it.
    I sure did.

    "I'll start off by giving some advice here. First, have a decent bankroll your first time at the casino. Probably $200 is good. Next, go to a table with a $5 minimum if possible. You want to be able to have a low variance over a long period of time, and betting $5 most of the time on at least a $200 bankroll will lower your chances of going broke and increase your chances you'll find a great shoe to make money on while your bankroll is high.

    When you get to the table, bet $5 at a time, keep track of the count, but don't increase your bet a lot right away. If you are just looking to make some quick cash, you probably should increase your bet to max once the count is around +10. Raise it slowly by each +2 incriment as well. I would keep a low profile though as you don't want to be banned from the casino if possible. Card counting takes concentration, but if you can chat it up with the players and dealer and not look too serious while playing, you probably will not ever be considered a counter.

    Set a limit on how much you want to make, and more importantly, when to leave. It can become a cat and mouse game once the stakes get too high. Build your budget up each time you go. If you start with $100, try and build it to at least $200, then $300, and so forth. You want to continually make money as well as protect your bankroll against future losses.

    These are just some beginning tips, good luck to you beginners out there, and I'll answer any question you may have."

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    I challenge ANYONE to go live, I do it for 3 hours straight twice a week to answer and DISCUSS blackjack, not type about it... and we can skype and do a Count Down to see who is more accurate or faster, it is that simple. I understand you guys are full of pride, but for the love of God, back it up, I have nor will I shy away from a challenge, why are you? Seriously, you beat me, stumble, I am DONE, but what have YOU got to lose by contacting me or skyping me for the world to see who is better? Think about this SIMPLE request, if you don't have internet to do it I am sure the library does... This is a challenge to SHUT UP OR PUT UP, and maybe you defeat me, fair, right? AND I will do it LIVE STREAMING, and you lose NOTHING if you lose, but if you WIN you can talk trash. THIS is what is confusing me. Call me, 8133997336 but text me first with your name in the text and "challenge," because I get 1,500 calls a day from people who sit on felt, not key boards...

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    Mike, do you play sports?
    Is there any sport you would say you excel at?

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    For the record....I don't think all that much of counting down a deck, nor am I impressed by how quickly anyone can do so. I know it is kind of a standard drill for those learning the game, but I just never thought that much of it. I think I have counted down a deck once in my life and didn't even use that drill when I trained the people that I have trained.

    It doesn't simulate actual card counting (game conditions) at all in my opinion, as most experienced counters employ some type of 'cancellation method', that just comes naturally after a while. Counting down a deck isn't very useful and doesn't prove a damn thing. Just an opinion. Carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJ View Post
    For the record....I don't think all that much of counting down a deck, nor am I impressed by how quickly anyone can do so. I know it is kind of a standard drill for those learning the game, but I just never thought that much of it. I think I have counted down a deck once in my life and didn't even use that drill when I trained the people that I have trained.

    It doesn't simulate actual card counting (game conditions) at all in my opinion, as most experienced counters employ some type of 'cancellation method', that just comes naturally after a while. Counting down a deck isn't very useful and doesn't prove a damn thing. Just an opinion. Carry on.




    It is for sh$ts and giggles I think blackjack should have "life" blown into its lungs... have you not seen my crazy YouTube personality. I can be serious, and dull too, but life is too short and a count down with Blitz would certainly make our lips curve upwards into a grin I would think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Next time sell the video...
    ...shakedown was the smart play LOL

    Yes, I do believe you are correct albeit this was so much more entertaining. I am not going to lie, I do stare at the ceiling sometimes and wonder exactly what they might have paid for that video lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Blitz may yet apologize [I hope] for calling you a punk and for uncalled for attacks. He was way outta line. I think he was recently traumatized here on the ZZ when a maniac called Bozo ripped Blitz off for two grand on a Trump bet. He has not yet recovered.
    This is exactly what's going on here. Honestly, I would like to ask Blitz why ZG brought me here... The implication being ZG doesn't bring anyone here--they come. In fact, if ZG was interested at all in bringing people here I would think this place would be a fuckin' gold mine this day and age--easily promoted and virally leaning....
    In any case, what makes this place VERY IMPORTANT is the idea that we can make strides at uncovering REAL TRUTH. Those of you who are in their right and unemotional mind (Blitz, that's not you right now) understand that the truth often involves shades of grey, perspectives, PERCEPTION. This is why I'm here and it's unfortunate that we seem to be willingly falling into errors of either a lack of judgment, or willingness to pass judgment (on Boz, for example, who I outed as a provocateur before it was known) or falling into errors of TOO MUCH JUDGMENT. Let's get this shit together please and be better and be more of a community. We need it and it deserves to be here as opposed to BJINFO, for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bjarg View Post
    Mike, Im not sure you should be using your fans as examples of anything.
    Here's a post made by what apparently seems to be the resident expert in your Forum.
    Im sure some here will get a good laugh out of it.
    I sure did.
    "I'll start off by giving some advice here. First, have a decent bankroll your first time at the casino. Probably $200 is good. Next, go to a table with a $5 minimum if possible. You want to be able to have a low variance over a long period of time, and betting $5 most of the time on at least a $200 bankroll will lower your chances of going broke and increase your chances you'll find a great shoe to make money on while your bankroll is high.

    When you get to the table, bet $5 at a time, keep track of the count, but don't increase your bet a lot right away. If you are just looking to make some quick cash, you probably should increase your bet to max once the count is around +10. Raise it slowly by each +2 incriment as well. I would keep a low profile though as you don't want to be banned from the casino if possible. Card counting takes concentration, but if you can chat it up with the players and dealer and not look too serious while playing, you probably will not ever be considered a counter.

    Set a limit on how much you want to make, and more importantly, when to leave. It can become a cat and mouse game once the stakes get too high. Build your budget up each time you go. If you start with $100, try and build it to at least $200, then $300, and so forth. You want to continually make money as well as protect your bankroll against future losses.

    These are just some beginning tips, good luck to you beginners out there, and I'll answer any question you may have."

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    Not sure what this link entails it is the BEGINNER section, clearly states that and I have no resident EXPERTS...

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    Back on topic (#blackjackgate) ...

    I had the opportunity to study the dealer's facial and finger movements prior to the dealer being masked...
    ... the dealer was blind...so therefore the cards contained markings in braille.

    End of story for any articles that suggested that MAYBE the dealer was just clumsy and accidentally dealt seconds.
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
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