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Of course, for a long time hearing something like that was almost guaranteed late nights when folks who'd made a lot of use of the beverage service refreshed themselves in a certain semi-famous Las Vegas casino restroom:
O/U on thread's convulsive mass immolation from shaking of unstable decaying stockpiles of testosterone:
25 days, @8:00pm-PDT, on 8/23/17.


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And Babs wins again!!! I must have just been at urinal # 5 from the left.
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
AxelWolf
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I wasn't hoping for anything. The game does a fireworks animation on a big win that just happened to sort of block that symbol when I took the picture.
You're partially right, quite a bit of my income this year has come from slot jackpots. That machine alone ended up being worth +$8600 (+$4300 each for me and my buddy) but it's expected value was really only +$800.
Mecca bingo online games kick the buddy. But I'm thinking my initial suspicion was correct. Bored housewife with too much money that wanted a YouTube channel.


Rude and you know it. WARNING. Offsetting penalty, as she called you a silly troll first.
There are dozens, if not more, youtube slot channels, and thousands of individual videos. Her production quality is better than average, and she's showing interesting machines with no ads. So what's the harm in her being a non-expert? She builds the jackpots you snap off. I'd think you'd encourage her all the more. I was never fooled(youtube = one big add) however I thought she should get a skeptical(very skeptical) benefit of the doubt. But then I saw her later posts about showing us how to make millions. If that's not sarcasm, I would tend to think this person is an unwanted parisite looking for a few idiots.
I don't even mind people advertising themselves of their products, I just hate when people are trying to act all innocent and they are sneaky about it. If someone came on here with some honesty asking for support, I would be more than happy to click and support them(as long as it was not some BS betting system).
At least some people admitted they liked free chippies.
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
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I wasn't hoping for anything. The game does a fireworks animation on a big win that just happened to sort of block that symbol when I took the picture.
You're partially right, quite a bit of my income this year has come from slot jackpots. That machine alone ended up being worth +$8600 (+$4300 each for me and my buddy) but it's expected value was really only +$800.
But I'm thinking my initial suspicion was correct. Bored housewife with too much money that wanted a YouTube channel.


Rude and you know it. WARNING. Offsetting penalty, as she called you a silly troll first.
There are dozens, if not more, youtube slot channels, and thousands of individual videos. Her production quality is better than average, and she's showing interesting machines with no ads. So what's the harm in her being a non-expert? She builds the jackpots you snap off. I'd think you'd encourage her all the more. I was never fooled(youtube = one big add) however I thought she should get a skeptical(very skeptical) benefit of the doubt. But then I saw her later posts about showing us how to make millions. If that's not sarcasm, I would tend to think this person is an unwanted parisite looking for a few idiots.
I don't even mind people advertising themselves of their products, I just hate when people are trying to act all innocent and they are sneaky about it. If someone came on here with some honesty asking for support, I would be more than happy to click and support them(as long as it was not some BS betting system).
At least some people admitted they liked free chippies.
I may be missing something, but:
- there are no ads in her videos
- there are no ads on her youtube page
- she isn't claiming to sell anything
Handpay- she told the old joke 'how do you make a small fortune gambling? Start with a large fortune'. Mocking herself, not selling something.
90% or more of people who gamble do it for entertainment or as a hobby. The rest are either addicts or pros of some kind (AP's, cheats, system sellers, poker pros, academics, etc). As far as I can tell, she's one of the 90% and is sharing the fun.
Her biggest mistake so far is not knowing her audience here, at least among the regulars; this crowd is routinely snide and dismissive of casual players. Been her, learned the hard way, earned a grudging respect from some here that took years.
It's not an attractive aspect of this forum, especially since the point is to help and educate people looking to improve their odds and gamble smarter. People are directed here from WoO to ask questions and learn from people willing to share their tips and expertise from a mathematically based approach to gaming. That focus gets lost in threads like this.
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.
RS
I actually kinda like watching YouTube videos of people playing slots on occasion, assuming it's not some $0.30/spin BS where the person gets way too excited on a $5 win.
Some of the 'group pulls' videos are interesting, mostly just hearing the people's reactions..'okay we're here at XYZ playing mega high limit slots, okay we got 40 lines, 25c denom, 1 credit per line! That's a whole $10/spin!!!' Then they hit some bonus round for $150 and go ape-sh** crazy.
Is your name on YouTube slotlady? If not, what is it?
Ibeatyouraces

Some of the 'group pulls' videos are interesting, mostly just hearing the people's reactions..'okay we're here at XYZ playing mega high limit slots, okay we got 40 lines, 25c denom, 1 credit per line! That's a whole $10/spin!!!' Then they hit some bonus round for $150 and go ape-sh** crazy.


Have any of you Vegas residents come across these people while they are doing this? The Cosmopolitan seems to be a popular spot for them.
DUHHIIIIIIIII HEARD THAT!
RS

Have any of you Vegas residents come across these people while they are doing this? The Cosmopolitan seems to be a popular spot for them.


No, I haven't..at least I haven't noticed.
For one, the people who do it on slots (like that one guy that always plays at Silverton it appears), for the most part, I'm not playing slots. Yes, I know, that was the most AxelWolf'd sentence I've probably ever written.
Also, the ones at Cosmopolitan likely go out on Friday and Saturday nights. Unless I absolutely have to be out on the strip on a weekend night, I'm not going to be there.
Also, oftentimes it seems like the people that do the group pulls at least have a big ol' crowd around them. That happens rather frequently, I think, although I'm not sure how often people in those groups are recording the slot machines and/or uploading them to youtube or are doing those group pulls things.Rigondeaux
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RS has been to plenty of group pulls, but not in casinos.
Mosca

Have any of you Vegas residents come across these people while they are doing this? The Cosmopolitan seems to be a popular spot for them.


A couple years ago Mrs and I were at a show and she met someone whose channel she followed on Youtube.
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Of course, for a long time hearing something like that was almost guaranteed late nights when folks who'd made a lot of use of the beverage service refreshed themselves in a certain semi-famous Las Vegas casino restroom:
O/U on thread's convulsive mass immolation from shaking of unstable decaying stockpiles of testosterone:
25 days, @8:00pm-PDT, on 8/23/17.


Wondered why she was laughing.
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And Babs wins again!!! I must have just been at urinal # 5 from the left.

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I watched your channel a few days ago (Spartans and Buffalo slots). Good videos with good quality :)
We do not have many fancy slots where I live so it is fun to watch someone try them out. Also a lot cheaper :))