Someone pointed me to an article in a West Hollywood publication about the Cavendish West. I was surprised to find that I was quoted in the article as the author never spoke to me. He did, however, paraphrase some things I’ve said on the radio show. The Cavendish West is the place where I learned […]
Posts in category Other Table Games
Check out the latest feature for the NY Post by gambling writer Michael Kaplan, that delves deep into what he describes as the “seedy the world underground NY poker clubs” and which provides some interesting insights into an exclusive, high stakes gambling subculture that exists like a parallel universe, invisible other than to those who […]
Like any diligent student of Advantage Gaming I study a variety of games from many different sources. My classroom is the Gaming Research Center? located on the third floor of the UNLV Lied library, where over the last 15 years I easily have spent several thousands of hours in study. There resides the most complete […]
Our guest this week is one of our favorites – attorney Bob Nersesian. Bob’s new book is The Law for Gamblers: A Legal Guide to the Casino Environment. This book is a must-have for any serious advantage player. We talk some about the book, and also some recent cases in the news that have Bob […]
After getting heat hitting a repeat target, my teammate Bullet sometimes says, “I’ve gotta go in there and find out if my player’s card is good.” Why? Why?? Why??? No! No!! No!!! First of all, do you really even need to know the answer to the question?
A handful of times in my career, a boss has sat down at our table while my BP and I were playing a target game. Many players have never experienced that scenario, and completely panic when it happens for the first time. They’re not even sure what to make of it, but I’ll tell you.
Our guest this week is blackjack player, Romes. Romes has been playing blackjack, and carnival games for about 10 years. We talk about some of his team’s exploits. ?podcast Click to listen – Alt click to download
After a session playing with rookies, I like to ask, “What did you think of those dealers?” or “Who was your favorite employee?” Heat management is one of the most important aspects of the game, and sizing up the personnel is the key to heat management. “Bullet” and I tend to have identical assessments of […]
Not so long ago, a man named Dennis Krum posted an article on vpFREE about video poker and the devolution of gaming. www.gamblingforums.com After a quick read, I found the premise interesting and invited Krum as a guest on my Gambling with an Edge radio show. Krum accepted. That particular show may be heard at […]