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Hit Him: Dana White Blackjack Secrets

UFC President Dana White says he only sleeps three to six hours a night, and that’s only when he isn’t up all night at the blackjack table in Vegas, which is often. On those nights, when he gets involved in marathon blackjack sessions playing for $25,000 a hand, he’s lucky to get home in time to drive his two kids to school. He can handle it.

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David Hill
February 11, 2018

Chaos Theory: Can It Become a Strategy at Blackjack & Roulette?

The law of independent trials is fundamental principle that allows the casino gaming industry to accumulate mass amounts of wealth from unsuspecting customers. Every game in the casino has the perception of being completely random in nature. This means there is no predictability of the outcome of an upcoming event. What the casinos rely on is the overall advantage that their games have that favor the casino. This reliance assumes a static wager by the player as well as all of the variables remains constant.

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Nicholas Colon
January 1, 2018

All in, Literally: the Craziest Bets Ever

Mysterious Let It Ride baseball bettor, a life-saving bet on roulette and one of the most mental craps game in history. Here are the list of people who risked it all and got a huge media attention because of it
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Michael Kaplan
December 26, 2017

One Million Dollars Says I Can Beat Donald Trump at His Own Game

As President of the United States Donald Trump is expected to take on some tough adversaries, from the heads of other countries to special prosecutors in his own. But throughout Trump’s colorful and outrageous public life he has taken on plenty of challenges - in business, in his personal life, and even across the live tables at his casinos in Atlantic City. Sometimes he’d emerge the victor. Other times he’d lose.

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David Hill
January 7, 2018

Why Would I Rather to Play at Live Casino?

 I think I speak for all of us when I say that I would rather enjoy family dinners in casinos than at the homes of relatives. Considering that I sometimes find myself joining in on those very sorts of meals in London, a long way from my base in the United States, I feel that it’s only fair for me to have a say in where we do the dining. But, as I’ve found, it’s tough to corral my loved ones and convince them that we should caravan to, say, Crockford’s, in order to break things up with sessions of craps, roulette and blackjack between courses.

By
Michael Kaplan
January 7, 2018

4 Tips on How to Disguise Your Advantage Play Skills

Playing winning blackjack is as much about extending your playing life as much as it is about scaling your bets proportionally and playing the correct basic strategy and appropriate index adjusted numbers. After all it’s hard to make money by playing when you’re not allowed to play. Here we will go over some important aspects of casino camouflage and how to apply.

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Nicholas Colon
November 28, 2017

6 Stories of Celebrities Gambling in Vegas

Perhaps it is no coincidence that Las Vegas is located only 277 miles away from Hollywood. The short drive across the desert or one-hour flight via private jet provides easy access to casino tables for celebrities who look as striking on casino surveillance monitors as they do on the big screens where they prefer to be seen.

By
Michael Kaplan
November 16, 2017

12 Tips on How to Give a Tip to a Dealer

One of the most highly contested topics among advantage players is whether or you should tip the dealer. The consensus among the general population is that dealers depend on tips for a living. I don’t know if this is a viable argument or not. Dealers at the higher end establishments on Las Vegas Blvd have an average income of around $100K a year when combining wages and tips, so they do ok.

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Nicholas Colon
November 13, 2017