got out a pair of dice to do a couple of perfunctory tosses across the king-size duvet
that covered the bed. This was simply to see
how the dice were leaving my hand and flying through the air. I wasnt too worried about the landing or the
outcome. I was more interested to see how
much the highway miles had affected my ability to release them smoothly and fly
mirror-like through the air. It only took a
half dozen or so tosses to confirm that I hadnt sustained any temporary nerve damage
by gripping the hand-stitched steering wheel too firmly over almost 1200 miles.
I recommend that a player take sufficient time to rest up and regroup before hitting the
tables. The advice that Heavy, Irishsetter
and others have given on this topic should generally be heeded, especially if its
been some time since your last major casino session.
Some people require a good night of sleep and a fresh start in the morning. For me, a long shower is generally enough time to
calm any anxiety or over-anxiousness that might be hiding just below the surface of my
I was anxious to get to the tables to try this new, dedicated Darkside-shooting
out. To be fair, I had run many simulated
sessions on my at-home craps table, but this was clearly something completely different.
I knew then, just HOW different it was from what I was expecting, I would have done
much more mental preparation. Though I had
the physical side of the Darkside game down pat; I was soon to find out in the days and
weeks to come, that I needed much more girding of my mental-loins in intellectual
Nova Scotias Tables
make that The TABLE---singular. They
only had one table open while I was there, but thankfully it was never packed, even on the
weekend. While it did get busiest at night, I
was usually one of only eight to ten players even at the most heavily occupied of times. At other hours, I was normally sharing the table
with only three or four players. I was
pleasantly surprised that the conditions stayed just as good over the next couple of days.
I said earlier, the profit-potential offered by a quick 7-Out is quite attractive,
especially when employed at an empty table or used on a quick HitnRun raid. As I was to find out again and again, both Empty
Table solo-shooting and busy table HitnRun opportunities would
present themselves over and over again, literally hundreds of times during this
CNS table rolled quite neutral from nearly every player position, and I did in fact end up
trying nearly every one of them except the outer hook position at each end. The dice landed on the unpadded felt with a
satisfying heavy click, and the backwall wasnt at all lively; meaning the rollbacks
were extremely limited.
actual felt appeared to be several months old, but there werent the usual wear-marks
in the high-traffic areas that youd normally expect.
I also noticed that they vacuum the entire layout every morning around 6:00
one tiny flaw I did detect was that if you rolled the dice into the bottom margin of the
non-alligatored part of the backwall where it starts to curve towards the outer
(player-side) hook; one die (the left-hand cube) would roll back INTO the other (the
right-hand cube), thereby giving a maddeningly consistent one-face off-axis flop. The cure was simple enough
throw into the outside corner, BUT there was an oh-so-perfect sweet-spot that was
right near (about 1½ inches away) from that curved-margin danger-zone. That meant I had to be extra careful with my
targeting and dice-alignment.
the next couple of days, I think that danger-zone/money-zone awareness actually increased
my focus quite a bit.
intention was to start out betting and shooting on a fairly simple and straight-forward
plan was to set up a bet on the Dont Pass Line and then once the Point was
established, try to roll the 7-Out as quickly and painlessly as possible.
was my intention to wait for one roll after establishing the Point, and then to start
adding Lay-Odds in single-unit presses every other roll, until I reached max-Odds.
simple approach was intentional.
wanted to re-validate my in-casino DP-shooting before I started to get fancy or riskier
with my bets. I certainly didnt plan on
unleashing them all at once.
I had a number of wrong-way betting-methods that I used during this trip.
I will explain each and every one of them in painful detail.
I will discuss the merits of various dice-sets for the Come-Out and Point-cycle throws.
I will give you all the details of how to tie your current DP-shooting skills into
wagering-approaches that are best suited to your CURRENT abilities.
I will look at nearly every aspect of WrongWay shooting that you can think of
perhaps a few that you havent thought of.
I cannot stuff all of that information into one article; so youll have to be patient
as each new piece in this series is released.
I make a major change to one of the fundamental aspects of my game (and switching over to
Darkside-shooting as an entire game-plan definitely constitutes a major change), its
important to ensure that all the other fundamental elements of Precision-Shooting and
Precision-Betting are still in good working order before you start laying out major
coinage on those ideas. That way, you can get
comfortable with the new approach, and reduce your risk to its lowest denominator
until you have verified that what works on the practice rig is just as profitably
transferable to the real-world tables.
before you walk
and learn to drive properly before you strap your ass behind a
650 horsepower engine. That advice has held
me in pretty good stead over the years, and the same holds true for wagering on any
yet-to-be-proven lets change our fundamental approach to the game
Up to Play
I stepped up to the table, there were four other players who all acknowledged me, as well
as getting an equally warm welcome from the crew and Pit-dwellers. I handed my newly re-minted Players Card in along
with a $500 buy-in. I wanted my buy-in to be
significant enough to the Pit as far as being recognized as a serious player goes, but not
substantial enough to cause any undue concern on their part.
though my previous Gold Card from here had expired, the new one had the same serial number
on it, so for the balance of my stay, I started handing in my old Gold one in anticipation
that it might kick-start my bet-spread ratings by a couple of percentage points. I know this sounds cheap and possibly even petty,
but I like it when the casino pays for everything.
though I make enough money from my craps-play to pay for all the freebie food, rooms and
shows a hundred of times over; I still enjoy the lifestyle-perks that come with this
so-called job. And if the color of my Players
Card makes even a small difference in the initial ranking or level of service that the Pit
then all the more reason to use the comp-system in such an efficient manner.
player to my right started throwing a decent random roll that I reluctantly jumped in on
around roll-number ten. I rode it
semi-lightly until he popped off another dozen or so tosses; then I started spanking it
quite a bit harder as he continued for another 29 box-number tosses.
summarize his throw:
started out with $66 Inside ($15 on 5 & 9, $18 on 6 & 8).
one hit, I regressed it all down to $22 Inside.
did a collect one hit, then press one-unit on the next hit approach for the next 11
paying-wagers. It seemed that all he could
throw were Inside Numbers.
that point forward, I started using my stutter-step Press-Ramp approach where I increase a
paying-wager by two-units, then collect in full on its next showing, then I
press it by three-units on the hit after that, then I collect one more paying-wager in-full,
and then on its next appearance Ill up it by four-units and so on. Its a pretty simple collect one hit, then
press by two, collect one hit, then press by three, etc. approach.
this method tends to leave a lot of money on the table when the inevitable 7-Out appears;
it also generates a very structured and ever-increasing amount of profit that makes its
way into your rack. Normally, I only get this
aggressive on my own shooting (in fact Im MUCH MORE aggressive on my own
right-side betting now, but thats an entirely different story), however over the
past year or so, Im finding that it is equally applicable to searing hot
random-roller hands as well
and this random-rollers hand was definitely HOT.
the time that I jumped into the wagering pool, until the time he 7d-Out, he
didnt throw one Horn Number or even one single solitary Outside Number.
it ended, we all clapped loudly and I silently told myself that if I ran into just one
good random hand like this each day (while not being sucked into making bad bets on every
other random-roller who throws less inspiring hands); then I would easily make first-rate
money from that angle alone.
one-great-random-shooter-per-day profit-model would subsequently prove itself out
again and again in Quebec, Ontario, New York, Michigan, Manitoba and beyond. On the other hand, there were some days when a hot
random-hand just didnt materialize, and the vain effort to find it would end up
eroding some of the profit that I had made on my own DP-shooting.
wont repeat all of Heavys and Irishsetters cautionary tales that I mentioned
earlier (although you can read about it in much more detail in my January 14th,
First Throw, First
Session, First Day. Suffice it to say that if you are not totally
aware of the risks and easy pitfalls that lurk around every craps table
or what to do
and how to handle them
then dont be surprised if your bankroll deteriorates
much faster than you ever anticipated that it would.
with that foreknowledge, I knew enough to start out cautiously with my betting
on my own throwing
ESPECIALLY on my own throwing!
first time I got the dice, I established the 6 as my DP-Point, and then on the very next
roll, I tossed a 7-Out winner. No time for
Odds, no time for fanfare
next shooter please!
I guess that was the first thing I was unprepared for
the fact that
success could be so damn fast.
was all so
I dont know
anti-climactic. I drove 1200 miles for THIS?
I had some additional profit in hand.
I realized that I wouldnt have to unleash a mega-roll in order to collect a profit,
it seemed too easy
almost as if I hadnt properly earned it.
the Do side of the dice, Im normally required to throw some decent
numbers and a couple of PL-winners to collect the loot.
In this case, all I had to do was to throw the 7 in order to ring the dinner
bell. Like I said, it felt a little
a bit of a let down in a Is that all there is to it?!
sort of feeling.
Id be holding the dice for at least a minute or two before having a decent profit
locked-up in my rack (and before getting that self-satisfied feeling of accomplishment). With this whole shooting from the darkside
concept; gratification was instant. For a
child of the Dr. Spock generation, that should have been satisfying, but somehow it just
seemed like too short a time to fully savor the enjoyment
it was over almost as soon
as it had begun.
knew then that this new approach would take a bit of getting used to.
few players at the table, it didnt take long for the dice to return to my spot.
turned Crossed-Six (X-6) set (with the 6/6 on top and the 2/4 facing
me), I once again set 6 as the DP-Point. Having
learned a fairly good lesson on the first go-round, I immediately laid 1x-Odds beside my
flat-bet. Again, the intention was to add an
additional unit of Lay-Odds with every subsequent non-7 roll, until I maxed-out them out. And again, I never got to experience that on this
I switched to the All-Seven (A-7) iteration (6/1 on top, with 3/4 facing me) of the
Parallel-Sixes (P-6) set for my anti-Point-cycle (with only one possible
6 on-axis possibility), the very next roll brought the 7-Out, and my DP-bet
along with the single-Odds were paid while everyone elses PL-bet was swept away.
I was pleased.
I had a bit more profit than my previous shooting opportunity had provided.
I was still thinking, Is that all there is?
addition, I was now standing there thinking that it was possibly going TOO WELL and
that I shouldnt get overly confident that I was THAT good of a shooter in
terms of being able to reel off a 7-Out so quickly.
fact, I had long prepped myself against becoming TOO smug about my DP-abilities,
because I had seen more than my fair share of DP-shooters who had shot themselves in the
foot and shot their bankrolls to smithereens as the DO-side bettors laughed their asses
off by the seeming incongruity of a player betting against himself.
was determined not to let that happen (too often) to me during this sojourn. On the other hand, I didnt want to start
feeling like I hadnt fully earned the profit that I was making, and therefore start
to feel unworthy of keeping it (which is the basis for MANY players losing back most of
their profits on a continual basis). I was
determined to avoid any of those pitfalls at all costs.
was in that light, that I wanted to keep my betting fairly simple especially during my
wanted to re-prove my skill before I tried to capture any sizeable profit.
is why I kept the Come-out set and my subsequent betting, ULTRA simple. I decided earlier to keep my Game Within a
Game Come-out roll profit-pursuits for later sessions. For now I just wanted to validate my
Dont-shooting in real-time, under live-fire conditions without complicating things
got the dice five more times during that first session.
I did manage to work my Lay-Odds up to the 3x level on one hand before being
able to bring the 7-Out to bear. Otherwise,
this whole wrong-way betting/shooting thing SEEMED pretty straight-forward and
including the huge windfall I made off of that one good random-roller hand, my DP-shooting
netted a modest $115 in just under ninety minutes of $10 flat-bet with 0x to 3x-Odds play. However the fact remained, I made way more money
off of that one random-rollers beneficial hand, than I did from my own DP-shooting.
a money-making venture, I knew that I would need to significantly step up the height and
breadth of my DP-wagering in order to hit my daily win-goal of $1000.
returned to my suite with the firm knowledge that I had surmounted that initial new-method
obstacle, but there was also considerable bet-sizing issues that would still need to be
resolved in the process.
had called ahead a few days prior to embarking on this trip, and spoke with the Executive
Host for the casino, and explained that I was a former Gold Cardholder, but hadnt
been to his operation in quite some time.
quickly added that I was a Gold or Platinum or Diamond cardholder at virtually every other
Caesars Inc. (formerly Park Place) property on earth including all of their LV,
Reno/Tahoe, A/C, and Mississippi venues as well as some of the more distant outposts of
their empire like Punta del Este, Uruguay and JoBerg, South Africa. Based on that, he was willing to comp
my first three nights up front, and then take a look at my play to determine just how much
more theyd be willing to offset on the food side of the comp equation. He added that my previous play at other
Caesar-family joints carried considerable weight, but not so much to put them into a
position where theyd regret a too-generous upfront comp-decision. To my mind, that was a fair offer, so I let him
take care of the accommodation details.
put me in what they call the Park Place suite on the 5th floor of the hotels
VIP Players Club area. Its right on the
edge of the water, and overlooks Halifax Harbour. The
hotel itself (which started out as a Sheraton back when ITT was running the Caesars show)
is linked to the rest of the downtown area by an indoor shopping concourse with about a
hundred quasi-trendy stores.
time you turn a corner in Halifax, its like youre walking into a
picture-postcard. Just when you think
youve seen the most outstanding example of early Federal or Maritime architecture,
or the most beautiful public gardens, or the most incredible ocean vista; its
immediately outdone by something even more outstanding or astonishingly picturesque.
Short Geography Lesson
is located in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, one of Canadas east coast
Atlantic Ocean playgrounds. The province is
relatively small, about half the size of Tennessee, or the total size of New Hampshire,
Vermont and Rhode Island put together, with a population that mirrors Rhode Island (~ 1
enough for a first-time visitor to do and see to take up about three full days of
vacation, but Im not here for the sightseeing or the clean ocean breezes
back to the tables.
First Full Day as a Circling Vulture
be fair, vulture is not really an appropriate moniker to use to
describe this DP-shooting method, since it denigrates and casts aspersions on the often
misunderstood vulture, without properly describing what it is this style of play really
my mind, a DP- or DC-vulture is someone who seeks out the coldest of the cold-trending
tables; then throws down a large No-4 or No-10 bet in hopes of capitalizing on the
prevailing frigid trend for a quick 1:2 payout. That
in and of itself is not an altogether bad play, and I chronicled it in my MP Playbook
article, as well as an actual play-by-play description of it in my
Walking with a Vegas Ghost
- Part Five
that was not my method of play here. Rather,
I was creating what I HOPED would be a short-lived cold-trend based strictly on my
anticipated that Id run into some opposition from DO-side players who resented my
presence at their table, or at least who didnt cotton to the idea that someone was
betting against themselves and the rest of the players by venturing
onto the DP-line when they (I) shot the dice. Surprisingly,
I didnt run into any of that. In fact I
ran into quite a bit of nodding approval and a clear sense of understanding from anyone
who went so far as to comment or even acknowledge what it was I was obviously trying to
was prepared with my Im shooting so bad from the DO, that I HAVE TO bet
against myself rhetoric. However
for the entire stay in Nova Scotia, I never once had to dig in my bag for that one. On the other hand, during my subsequent play in a
few other provinces and states, I had to dig DEEP into that excuse bag
because the resentment in several other places was far from friendly. Weeks later in Detroit it threatened to actually
erupt into gun-play. Somewhere off in the
distance I could hear the ghost of Charlton Heston saying Guns dont kill
but angry Do-side players in Detroit will. Like I said, I didnt fully realize at
the time just how nice the people of Halifax were
or how upset some of the urban
gangstas from Ten Mile Road could get
but that fun and frivolity comes much
further down the road.
Day Brings A Second Chance for Harvest
can characterize the second day in six words:
eliminates random-roller dependence.
I were to look only at the money that my DP Precision-Shooting won on Day Two
Id say that Im a genius.
I were to look only at the money that I lost on random-roller betting on Day Two
then Id say that I am a complete moron.
I look at the net-profit that those combined efforts brought in
then I can say that
it was a profitable day, but no where near the $1,000 per day threshold that I had set as
the benchmark against which I was going to measure success or failure for this
I had relied solely on my own DP-shooting (which I had now gotten quite aggressive with
the Lay-Odds on), I would have netted just under $1700 over ~6 hours of play.
I got stupid in terms of looking for a random-roller who could replicate the hot hand that
the one lucky R-R had thrown the night before. Oh
there were a few R-R hands that looked promising, but when I jumped in, that was
the EXACT moment that the dice did what the dice just naturally tend to do
if that had just happened to me once or twice when I bet on a random-roller on this day,
or if perhaps I had LEARNED what not to do after it happened just once or twice or
even three times; then I could say that it was a lesson well learned.
that was NOT the case, and my ill-timed random-roller bets eroded all but $400 of my
spent on looking for, but never finding the hot random-roll of the day was proving once
again that winning can sometimes make you stupid.
I was not pleased with my RR-betting, which somehow seemed way out of synch to what it
normally is. Usually I can jump in at the
right time, and jump back out at just about the perfect time, almost as if on cue.
this day, it was almost the complete opposite.
would wait for the perfect time to jump in, and it would turn out to be the perfect 7-Out
time to lay off.
Id second guess myself, and start pushing back the start-betting trigger
for roll after roll until I couldnt take the frustration of seeing the bets that I would
have made come in time and time again. Sure
enough, as soon as I called my bet and got the money on the
to the moon my money went.
it probably went to the moon cause I sure as hell didnt see any
random-roller profit come my way on Day Two
and the boxmans chip-bank sure
looked about a quarter of a million miles away from my pocket at the time.
only was it time for a break, but time to call it a day as well. My attitude had been jaundiced by the cant-win-for-losing
virus. See my four-part
Can't Win For Losing series for the causes and cures to that pernicious casino
ended the day with $447 worth of DP-profit, but kicked my ass for literally giving away
almost $1300 on ill-timed random-roller bets.
the end of Day Two, I snagged a Crown Club Players Card for high-rollers. Now to put that into proper perspective, a
high-roller here is someone who spreads $25 to $50.
In most Atlantic City casinos that wont even get you an ice-cream
sundae, whereas here youll be treated like a king
okay for king status
you actually need to spread about $75, but a $25 to $50 spread will get you crown
prince and heir-apparent to the throne treatment.
fact, it was a Pit Boss who suggested that I doubtlessly qualified for the Crown Club with
my level of play. He got on the computer and
pecked a few orders, then came back and said I could pick it up at the Players Club booth
whenever I wanted. He added that it would
enable me to bypass any line-ups wherever I wanted to go, and would also act as a
free-admission pass to a number of local and extremely popular target-rich
watering-holes in the always ready-to-party atmosphere that makes up Halifaxs
downtown entertainment district.
were easy. In light of the casino being
operated Caesars (home of the Gee, you just need 27 more hours of play at the
$200 level to qualify for a Celine Dion ticket.), I was pleasantly surprised
that the comp-threshold in Halifax was still as low as it was since the last time I
visited here well over a year ago.
in for $500.
were three other players with a few chips in their racks.
started off with $10 base-bets and quickly progressed to maxed-Odds.
first couple of hands lasted 5 rolls, then 5 rolls, then 4 rolls, then 3 rolls, and 4
rolls. None of them resulted in a PL-repeat,
so I was quite pleased.
studiously AVOIDED betting on anyone else. After
yesterdays fiasco, it didnt take a whole lot of convincing for me to lay off
of that black-hole of money-sucking anti-matter until I had my trend-spotting intuition
back on track.
shot a few more hands then took a break to make a couple of phone calls. I increased my flat DP-bet to $25, and worked up
to max-Odds. Those hands lasted as follows: 6
rolls, 2 rolls, 27 rolls, 3 rolls, 3 rolls, 4 rolls, 2 rolls, then 5 rolls.
the 27-roll hand unnerved me a bit, and although I was tempted to switch over to
Place-betting during it, I resisted the urge since I did have plans to integrate accidental
medium/long-hands into my betting-methods, but not at this particular juncture.
my calls, I had a memorable lunch that Ill tell you about in a second.
the meantime, I returned to the tables with an afternoon session that pretty much mirrored
my morning engagement. Happily I did NOT do a
repeat of the 27-roll hand of this morning (or anything else even approaching that
was looking like my average SRR was running about 1:4 (if I excluded the 27-roll
aberration), and 1:5 if I included it. All in
all, I considered that fairly representative of the P-6 (Parallel-Sixes) and S-6
(Straight-Sixes) All-7 Point-cycle sets that I had been alternating between (depending on
what the actual DP-Point was).
pause to point out an important resource here on dicesetter.com, and that is Heavys
Dice-Set Distribution Chart that most savvy players have fully committed to memory. For Point-Sniping, or in my case, Point-Avoidance,
it is invaluable.
was surprised that the profit was accumulating so quickly in my rack and unlike yesterday,
miraculously staying there. I skimmed off the
mid-denomination green ($25) chips, but left the blacks ($100) undisturbed. To read more about the idea behind this, I would
invite you to have a look at my
Profit-Skimming 101 article for details.
had read some of the in-room promotional literature for the Interlude Spa. I asked the closest Table-Game Supervisor if I
needed reservations for it (as is most often the case at some of the tonier resorts around
North America). He shrugged and got on the
phone to find out. He came right back less
than a minute later and said they were ready and waiting for me whenever I wanted to show
up for a fully comped treatment.
threw one more 4-roll hand, and then colored out a handsome profit.
I was walking away from the table, my two front pockets made me feel like some Peruvian
pack-animal that was loaded down with this seasons bumper-crop harvest of skimmed
$25 casino-cheques. I cashed out the color-in
portion of my winnings, but kept the two saddlebags worth of pocket-profit to be cashed
out later in the evening.
Interlude Spa was quite good. It was
thoroughly relaxing and enjoyable, but lacked that over-the-top re-created Garden of Eden
theme that some places try too hard to achieve. Im
easy to please when it comes to that sort of stuff
I dont need the Hanging
Gardens of Babylon.
I returned to the casino a few hours later, the table was fairly crowded, but there were
some open spots that I could shoot from.
picked a convenient spot and decided to try a quick HitnRun raid before
heading off to dinner. So I threw just one
hand which lasted a grand total of two throws. One
throw to set the PL-Point, and one throw to destroy the PL-Point.
was outstanding, and as promised, lets take a brief look at what I would call...
cannot mention Halifax without talking about the food and the beer. The North Atlantic gives up some of the best
seafood in the world, and the center of the seafood universe on Canadas East Coast
is Halifax. Cold-water shellfish such as
mussels, oysters, lobsters, crabs and scallops compete for your appetites attention.
Scotia cooking is straight-forward and uncomplicated.
Thats not to say that they cant get fancy
its to say
that they dont have to hide the true flavors of the sea behind a lot of tarragon,
basil, dry rubs or crushed chilies. Instead
of masking the flavor of their food, they let it stand on its own mouth-watering merits.
Nova Scotias 44 North gourmet restaurant does justice to Halifaxs fine
reputation for letting that freshness speak the loudest, without needing to cover up or
disguise the natural taste.
Fife and Drum Pub is located near one of the casinos entrances, and reflects the
seriousness with which Nova Scotians regard their libations. A wide variety of beers are available of course,
as are a number of exclusive-to-Halifax micro-brews that are definitely worth the time to
check out during your non-playing hours.
Fourth & Final Session of the Day
ended up spending more time at dinner than I had planned
it was THAT
enjoyable, but it also meant that I probably should cut my final session for the day
short, because I didnt want to overplay even more than I already had.
the tables were fairly crowded, so I decided another Hit n Run
grab-the-loot-and-scoot raid was in order.
wasnt a complete replay of the one I had shot before dinner. In fact the 7-Out that ended this hand was what I
would term more of a lucky roll than a skillful toss. Both dice hit the wall and rolled back, but one of
them hit an Odds-stack, while the other free-rolled for a further four revolutions and
stopped on a primary-face 6/1 result. A
collective gasp from the other players was clearly audible.
Yeah, DEFINITELY time to beat a retreat to my next Darkside
Will Be Revealed in Time
know that a lot of you will be asking yourselves
about Odds? Isnt he going to start
Laying Odds in a more convincing manner, and how about stepping up the base DP-bets to
reflect his shooting-advantage?
about Dont Come bets? Why isnt he
using a DC or Lay-bet strategy to make more money?
about his much heralded Come-Out Game Within a Game concept that weve been
hearing about? Did he apply any of those
ideas at Casino Nova Scotia or at any other subsequent stops along the way?
does he handle this theoretical situation, or that particular aspect of
playing and shooting from the Donts?
about the other sets and permutations that were used to intentionally establish a
hard-to-repeat PL-Point, and then go about using a particular permutation to avoid it
during the Point-cycle?
can tell you that ALL will be revealed...
is a long journey that covers six of Canadas provinces along with a handful of
northern U.S. States. We have a long way to
go, and many, many things to discuss along the way. We
have lots of road time, so there will be plenty of opportunity to discuss all of those
questions in detail, along with many things that you may not have anticipated. Thats what makes it such a journey of opportunity
appreciate your patience, and I think youll find that the journey and the lessons
learned along the way will be worth it.
you’ll join me as we continue this journey...
Good Luck & Good
Skill at the Tables…and in Life.
The Mad Professor
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