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Bob Nersesian interview

Discussion in 'General' started by Richard Munchkin, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. Richard Munchkin

    Richard Munchkin Well-Known Member

    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.

    http://www.richardmunchkin.com/2011/08/bob-nersesian-interview.html
     
  2. Lonesome Gambler

    Lonesome Gambler Well-Known Member

    I've been looking forward to this one and will give it a listen tonight. Thanks!
     
  3. David Spence

    David Spence Member

    Great interview! Lots of practical information. I look forward to next week's with Vinnie DeCarlo.
     
  4. FLASH1296

    FLASH1296 Well-Known Member

    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.
     
  5. Richard Munchkin

    Richard Munchkin Well-Known Member

    LOL! You mean to say there is a backgammon player with an ego?
     
  6. zengrifter

    zengrifter Banned

    And never before have so many pro-gamblers all proclaimed what careful honest taxpayers they are! zg
     
  7. zengrifter

    zengrifter Banned

    Did Counselor Nersesian comment on that spooking area? zg
     
  8. Richard Munchkin

    Richard Munchkin Well-Known Member

    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.
     
  9. cyclist

    cyclist Active Member

    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!
     
  10. FLASH1296

    FLASH1296 Well-Known Member

    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.
     
  11. 21forme

    21forme Well-Known Member

    When you're as old as you are, a fanny pack is an EXPECTED part of the uniform :laugh:
     
  12. Thunder

    Thunder Well-Known Member

    Guys, no need to make a casino surveillance person's job easier identifying Flash.
     
  13. Friendo

    Friendo Well-Known Member

    Fanny pack?

    Seriously, a fanny pack?

    I thought fanny packs had long since become unfashionable unless you were carrying a concealed weapon, in which case it is now just a signal to the cops that you're carrying.

    Or do you mean a money belt?

    I'd consider a fanny pack if I could get away with it, but it seems as if it would stick out in a crowd.
     
  14. Gamblor

    Gamblor Well-Known Member

    Always considered getting a "man bag" because its something actually quite useful for an AP, but never pulled the trigger, would make me look like some kind of metrosexual.
     
  15. Most Interesting Man

    Most Interesting Man Well-Known Member

    That would be a 'murse'. The women will be all over you if you get one.
     
  16. Machinist

    Machinist Well-Known Member

    Excellent

    EXCELLENT pod cast!!!!
    I too have Mr. Nersesians, number now on my phone... Very cool of him to give it out.
    Very interesting about the cash and zip baggies.
    Why i say that is when i was talking to the DEA guy he told me that they noticed that the cash i had wasnt hidden or really concealed, and that 10 of it was neatly folded into 1g stacks and rubber banded 5 a piece. They took notice of how my money was stored and where it was stored!
    Thanks Mr. Munchkin for the interview.....I will definitely be a listener to the show!!!
    And thankyou Mr. Nersesian for your time and effort helping us APs!!!!!
    Machinist
     
  17. Thunder

    Thunder Well-Known Member

    Just get a backpack. Far more manly than a fanny pack or purse :laugh::laugh:
     
  18. tthree

    tthree Banned

    I like the belly pack. I always use them hunting. They are great for traveling in casinos. I could give a rat's behind what people say about my fashion. The funny thing is typically they make fun of what I wear but in 3 or 4 years it is all the rage and the same people who made fun of me are wearing my arrangement proudly. I always loose some respect for these people who can't think for themselves.
     
  19. NightStalker

    NightStalker Well-Known Member

    What's the takeaway

    about carrying cash via airport and freeway?

    Should it be sealed in one opaque?(transparent) envelope?
    Or just rubber band?
    In bundles of say 10.25.50 notes?

    While flying: hold cash on your head(in an envelope or naked?)
     
  20. WRX

    WRX Well-Known Member

    I don't particularly like flashing my cash in view of potential thieves. And when I say potential thieves, I include county sheriffs and DEA agents who may be in the area. So other methods are necessary.
     

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