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Fyodor

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Casino Rules?
« on: February 08, 2018, 03:41:41 AM »
The Casino "rules" by having a prescribed SOP.
Supposed to cover all disputes, procedures, eventualities, and provide a definition of each individual table game and to adjudicate control.
These rules are often "stretched" by the Casino management in disputes, but the house always wins, (what happens when you, the patron, asks to actually view the spy-in-the-sky footage?).
Alternative?
-Play by your own set of rules, within the regs, without breaching theirs!
House rules benefit the house, and personal rules are not a magic bullet, but the conditions that a patron "enjoys" in a particular game, need not be regimentally disadvantaging as they are.
The very nature of (roulette in particular) is to present a "compulsion-to-wager" atmosphere, and it is very effective at breaking resistance.
To be successful at the table, PLAY HARD!
Not reckless, HARD, as in, I visualise each chip at a £100 value, irrespective of actual (local) unit value.
My aim is to make it as difficult as possible, for the house to damage my bank, and always play for the highest return against the lowest outlay.

 
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Re: Casino Rules?
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2018, 04:40:31 AM »
The relationship between the casino and the player...The plot thickens!

Nice post.