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Old July 16th, 2011, 09:15 AM
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I was cheated once in L.V casino playing next to a drunken pluppy who was betting 1000-2000 per hand. Double Deck.
They never substituted the dealer for the whole session lasting about more than an hour and as soon as the ploppy lost everything about 40-50 grand and left, they changed the dealer , and the PC brought a brand new deck of cards. PC told me to stick around and that with the new cards my luck will change. My instint told me otherwise and I left in hurry.
Perhaps I'm missing the obvious, but how exactly were you cheated again? I don't really see anything out of the ordinary here...there's an especially dumb ploppy who was quickly separated from his money since he bet big and a dumb PC who thinks new decks of cards can change if you are winning or losing. So far it seems standard fare for a casino: dumb PCs and dumber ploppies lol.

And where was this store? Strip or downtown? Ideally if you level a charge of cheating, you have to identify the exact store, but at least narrow down the location.
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Old August 18th, 2011, 05:05 PM
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Perhaps I'm missing the obvious, but how exactly were you cheated again? I don't really see anything out of the ordinary here...there's an especially dumb ploppy who was quickly separated from his money since he bet big and a dumb PC who thinks new decks of cards can change if you are winning or losing. So far it seems standard fare for a casino: dumb PCs and dumber ploppies lol.

And where was this store? Strip or downtown? Ideally if you level a charge of cheating, you have to identify the exact store, but at least narrow down the location.
I don't think the PC was dumb. As soon as the drunken ploppy left flat broke with the help of the dealer who deals seconds he was quick enough to switch to a brand new set of decks in order to conceal the markings/scratch/evidence. I have never seen that particular dealer on that establishment before , and the ploppy commented how he lost huge to that same dealer the night before. I realized they contracted a fast dealer for the specific purpose of scoring big.

The place is none other than the "Palms" at LV , speficially " Mint Room" , their high limit pit.
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Old September 12th, 2011, 08:45 PM
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I don't think the PC was dumb. As soon as the drunken ploppy left flat broke with the help of the dealer who deals seconds he was quick enough to switch to a brand new set of decks in order to conceal the markings/scratch/evidence. I have never seen that particular dealer on that establishment before , and the ploppy commented how he lost huge to that same dealer the night before. I realized they contracted a fast dealer for the specific purpose of scoring big.

The place is none other than the "Palms" at LV , speficially " Mint Room" , their high limit pit.
Well if a drunk ploppy lost TWO nights in a row, then I have no doubt that there must be some cheating going on.
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Old September 12th, 2011, 10:06 PM
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Well if a drunk ploppy lost TWO nights in a row, then I have no doubt that there must be some cheating going on.


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Old October 8th, 2011, 06:45 AM
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Well if a drunk ploppy lost TWO nights in a row, then I have no doubt that there must be some cheating going on.
Funny as hell> LOL just what I was thinking. Pogo
 

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