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Old December 5th, 2011, 12:11 PM
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Exclamation I am confused by the attitudes here

In any con or violent interaction, there is a perpetrator and a victim. The twist is that it is not always certain which party in such an interaction will assume which role.

Some of us are more open-minded, and prefer to park in the darkest part of the garage, far from the casino entrance.
  • Wear a leather jacket over kevlar, and thick leather gloves over surgical ones, plus a large-lensed glases. You'll want a thick coating of wax-based makeup on your exposed skin
  • Flash your roll on the way to the elevator or exit - a huge trip roll is a must: your bait must survive a losing session
  • Line your trunk or pickup bed with a tarp and a few layers of yard-waste bags
  • Thick rubber gloves, a carving knife, and a screwdriver should also be easily accessible in your trunk
  • Obviously, you should have a firearm on your person, but it's just for peace of mind
You'll want them to follow you to a dark area as near to your car as practicable.

When the request for your money comes, turn around slowly with both hands in the air while breaking the seal on your hydrochloric-acid sprayer. Apply HCl liberally to all their exposed facial areas. Sweep twice: it is easy to miss some skin on the first pass.

Pitch twitching victim(s) into trunk. Stick with scroogie/knife until quiet. Extract whatever can be sold. Dump remains in trash bag along lonely county road, or keep for pet snacks (low cat-food bills are +EV).

If the offending party is a floor person seeking your license plate - a most disrespectful, and ill-mannered transgression - keep alive for later interrogation behind abandoned motel, then dispose of as above. When inquiring about surveillance shifts, names and ages of family members of pit crew, and anything else which can be useful to them, be sure to address them as "bitch".

There is no reason that any casino employee looking to record your license plate should ever return to the casino. Under no circumstances should you permit such a thing.

This technique can add to EV and longevity: gold fillings, gall bladders, and gold chains can be sold for pure profit, though pit bosses are usually good only for the first two.

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Old December 5th, 2011, 01:46 PM
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Default Always park valet

You canít possibly be prepared for a mugging. When confronted with the bad guys remember they are bad guys 24/7. This will not be their first mugging, but it will probably be yours.
Your play should get you free valet minus the tip. APs donít gamble so donít gamble with your life!

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Old December 5th, 2011, 07:41 PM
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You canít possibly be prepared for a mugging. When confronted with the bad guys remember they are bad guys 24/7. This will not be their first mugging, but it will probably be yours.
Your play should get you free valet minus the tip. APs donít gamble so donít gamble with your life!

Baberuth
One caveat to that--
This is excellent advice for the majority of us, and I often give it myself, but perhaps not for all. Exhibit CAA indicated in one of his posts or chat room sessions that one should avoid the valet service. Why? When the stakes are as high as he often plays, the valet is an easy way for casinos to ID you, something large players have a particular aversion to. He would have other plans for getting away with the cash without mishap, but not that particular one. Calling a taxi comes to mind or having a partner pick you up at the casino front door. I wish he still posted here so he could speak for himself. Anyway, YMMV.
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Old December 7th, 2011, 06:41 PM
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In any con or violent interaction, there is a perpetrator and a victim. The twist is that it is not always certain which party in such an interaction will assume which role.

Some of us are more open-minded, and prefer to park in the darkest part of the garage, far from the casino entrance.
  • Wear a leather jacket over kevlar, and thick leather gloves over surgical ones, plus a large-lensed glases. You'll want a thick coating of wax-based makeup on your exposed skin
  • Flash your roll on the way to the elevator or exit - a huge trip roll is a must: your bait must survive a losing session
  • Line your trunk or pickup bed with a tarp and a few layers of yard-waste bags
  • Thick rubber gloves, a carving knife, and a screwdriver should also be easily accessible in your trunk
  • Obviously, you should have a firearm on your person, but it's just for peace of mind
You'll want them to follow you to a dark area as near to your car as practicable.

When the request for your money comes, turn around slowly with both hands in the air while breaking the seal on your hydrochloric-acid sprayer. Apply HCl liberally to all their exposed facial areas. Sweep twice: it is easy to miss some skin on the first pass.

Pitch twitching victim(s) into trunk. Stick with scroogie/knife until quiet. Extract whatever can be sold. Dump remains in trash bag along lonely county road, or keep for pet snacks (low cat-food bills are +EV).

If the offending party is a floor person seeking your license plate - a most disrespectful, and ill-mannered transgression - keep alive for later interrogation behind abandoned motel, then dispose of as above. When inquiring about surveillance shifts, names and ages of family members of pit crew, and anything else which can be useful to them, be sure to address them as "bitch".

There is no reason that any casino employee looking to record your license plate should ever return to the casino. Under no circumstances should you permit such a thing.

This technique can add to EV and longevity: gold fillings, gall bladders, and gold chains can be sold for pure profit, though pit bosses are usually good only for the first two.
My heart loves to do what you've preached, however, my mind or wisdom says no.
Speaking of fire arms, I've been tempted to pack my iron & illegal weapons, but I haven't because of bad tradeoff:

1) My trip roll of xx grands vs

2) 3 years of prison for carrying a gun in NJ casinos? Jail over trip roll?, not worth it.
 

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