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Old August 12th, 2011, 02:43 PM
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Bob Nersesian was our guest last night on Gambling With an Edge. We discussed, what to do and say when approached by casino security as well as what to do in the back room, ID, recording conversations with police or security, carrying cash, and more. Any serious player should give this a listen.

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Old August 12th, 2011, 03:54 PM
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I've been looking forward to this one and will give it a listen tonight. Thanks!
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Old August 12th, 2011, 08:02 PM
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Great interview! Lots of practical information. I look forward to next week's with Vinnie DeCarlo.
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Indeed the podcast was very good. HIGHLY recommended.

Now it is time to plug Munchkin's book: It is a fine fun read.

Without going into detail, (a bore to a non-backgammon player); I was
a regular at The Mayfair Club's all-weekend "chouette" in the mid 1970's.

There are no (meaningful) errors or mistakes; other than a couple
of chapters that are contaminated with hyperbolic self-aggrandizement.
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Old August 12th, 2011, 10:14 PM
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There are no (meaningful) errors or mistakes; other than a couple
of chapters that are contaminated with hyperbolic self-aggrandizement.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
LOL! You mean to say there is a backgammon player with an ego?
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Indeed the podcast was very good. HIGHLY recommended.

Now it is time to plug Munchkin's book: It is a fine fun read.

Without going into detail, (a bore to a non-backgammon player); I was
a regular at The Mayfair Club's all-weekend "chouette" in the mid 1970's.

There are no (meaningful) errors or mistakes; other than a couple
of chapters that are contaminated with hyperbolic self-aggrandizement.
And never before have so many pro-gamblers all proclaimed what careful honest taxpayers they are! zg

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Did Counselor Nersesian comment on that spooking area? zg
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Did Counselor Nersesian comment on that spooking area? zg
We had so many questions that we ran out of time. But we are planning to have him back in 4 or 5 weeks so I'll ask him then.
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Podcast was good, glad I listened.

Validated that my initial plan for carrying cash, just rubber banded to my players cards in my carry on is probably good start.

Best was Bob Nersesian's cell number. It's definitely in my cell phone now, but of course only for emergencies!
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I too put Bob N. on speed dial, although I have not been to Las Vegas in over a year.

The discussion re: carrying cash was very good.

What works for me is having a "fanny pack" with NOTHING but cash, paper items, and player's cards in it. It never is looked at twice.
 

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