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Believe it or not, craps is not the only game in the casino. Savvy players are winning at blackjack, poker, video poker, and more. Have a question on slots, video poker, carnival games or table games other than craps? This is the place to post. Let's hear about the games you play when you're not playing craps.

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jaime1943
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Post by jaime1943 » Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:29 pm

FEB 18 2019,

Today i found an on line casino that takes my bets from Puerto Rico.

Heavy am i allowed to name this online casino?

You guys that play online casinos.......can you tell us if you have been a WINNER or LOSER.?

I will not be playing any CRAPS on line till i hear from you guys/gals.?

jaime from puerto rico U.S.A

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Post by thnick » Tue Feb 19, 2019 10:25 am

Used to play online before US cut it off. I won at first, and took out money. $1500. I thought it was my own private money machine. But then I had straight days of losses no matter what I did, and I began to suspect that
they had adjusted the algorhythmic program to make me lose. After giving them back $900, I just quit. And then of course the government shut the door. If you are able to gamble online, go to CASINOMEISTER for the preferred casinos. There are a lot of bad actors out there.

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Post by SHOOTITALL » Wed Feb 20, 2019 12:08 pm

thnick: I, too use to gamble online but poker. When Party Poker was around, that was a money machine and when the benevolent republicans killed the goose, it was basically break even and you are correct: There are a lot of bad online sites. One site, it take about 3 months to withdraw your money. In poker, many sites use bots (these are easy to tell so run like hell as it is impossible to win against them.) The list goes on. Now, I haven't played in several years although I just last year quit betting football when the lines got so tight, again just about impossible to win. Only the O/U seem beatable.
Your craps plan? The dice gods laughed.

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Post by jaime1943 » Fri Feb 22, 2019 11:49 pm

Greetings guys/gals,

Feb 23, 2019
Today i made a deposit of 500 dollars.

Today being the first day of play THEY let me win.
I won 56 dollars, tomorrow i will try to withdraw my 56 dollars to see what happens.

Do you guys want to know my betting system i am using?

The only thing i found negative on this site IS they will not let you take down your place bets, you have to press the clear button AND start over the game. NO BIG DEAL.

jaime from puerto rico U.S.A

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Post by heavy » Sat Feb 23, 2019 5:11 pm

I prefer you do not mention the name of the site. That way this site cannot be misconstrued as promoting on line gambling. We do not.
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Post by jaime1943 » Sun Feb 24, 2019 11:46 am

Greeting guys/gals,

This is how they roll on withdraw of winnings, you must wait 15 to 20 days BEFORE you get your money at your local bank.

I started playing around the don't side of the game FOR one dollar bets to see what would happen,i played 40 games AND won 30 games and lost 10 games. I was plus 20 dollars.

Tomorrow i will bet 5 dollars on the don't pass game, i will play to see what happens on my 40 games.

This for me is a hobby, i am not looking to win any kind of money to break the bank.

I get tired quick and fall asleep on the computer. i am 75 years old.

Till we meet again.......jaime from puerto rico U.S.A

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Post by jaime1943 » Thu Feb 28, 2019 2:47 am

Good morning guys/gals,

Yesterday i played 40 games again, this time i played 5 dollars a game on the do not pass line.

Out of the 40 games i lost 25 games [ lost ] 125 dollars, Won 15 games [ won 75 dollars ].

so yesterday i lost 50 dollars.

Later on i tried the 1 dollar game again, different results [ 29 wins ] 11 lost ].

so i won 18 dollars.

At this pace i will have enough money to buy myself a 747 jet by the year 2199.

Guys/ Gals / lets see what happens next time i play again the 1 dollar game.?

jaime from puerto rico U.S.A

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Post by London Shooter » Thu Feb 28, 2019 9:05 pm

I've been online gambling for 20 years now, but on sports. Rarely touch the casinos but may dabble a bit every now and then usually to pretend to the operation I am a potential degenerate so they may let me bet on sports a bit longer before restricting my action.

Payment back to your account seems forever over there. No place here would take longer than a week. Some have your money back in account next working day.

Long term you aren't winning. They don't need to cheat, just let the built in edge grind you down. Just treat as a bit of fun and never keep a large balance in there in case the site goes bump.

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Post by jaime1943 » Sat Mar 09, 2019 4:41 am

Greetings London Shooter,

Would like to know on what sports do you gamble on, and are you a winner in the long term.?

I notice this site i gamble on only lets you win on one dollar bets, what about your site.?

jaime from puerto rico U.S.A

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Post by London Shooter » Sat Mar 09, 2019 11:16 am

Yes, I mainly bet on rugby and horses. Been winning year on year since 2003.

The site I mainly use would let you bet any amount providing there is enough liquidity in the market. It's more like a stock market approach -buying and selling prices, trading price for profits but involves sports events rather than companies. The underlying theory is no different.

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