Dice Setter Precision Shooter's Newsletter
Welcome to the 24th edition of the Dice Setter Precision Shooter's Newsletter Two years ago, I began publishing the newsletter to keep those interested in dice influencing up-to-date on the news, features, and issues which affect us. 24 issues, and over 600 subscribers later, the interest in dice influencing continues to grow. With the increased interest in our artform, some less than positive aspects of our community have also come to light. Because of this, I will be making some major changes to dicesetter.com and the message board. The changes in the site will be put into place shortly after the Axis Power Craps Vegas Seminar which is coming up July 11 -13 in Las Vegas. If you are not a registered member of the message board, I urge you to do so soon.
So, without further ado, let's get on with this month's newsletter.
Risk and Reward
Risk. We face it everyday. Risk from uninsured motorists.
Risk from eating too much red meat. Risk when we jaywalk in Vegas. Everyone, at some gut
level, makes choices about risk every day. For the most part we measure the amount of risk
we take against the potential reward - then make a decision as to whether or not that risk
is acceptable. But this isn't always the case. Let's consider three different players at a
craps table. You may even recognize yourself as one of them. Then again - you may see a
bit of yourself in all three.
Mel, the Vegas Ghost was in a rare mood as we made our way to the next mini-table target. He had just hung up the phone from talking to the current Mrs. Vegas Ghost. She is wife number-four or is it five? Well, lets just say that she is Mels wife-du-jour. Anyway, she was obviously annoyed at discovering that Mel had yet one more young lady-friend on the side. She had implied that perhaps it was time for her to get a little somethin somethin goin on.
Somewhat sardonically, Mel asked, Do you know what the difference between a wife and a girlfriend is? When I shook my head, he replied, About 45 pounds! I gave a little smile that stayed on my face for a thoughtful moment, then said, Ill bet your wife is about to find out the difference between a husband and a boyfriend. He relied with a curious, What?, and wasnt pleased with my disdainful answer when I said, Oh, about 45 minutes!
He sulked in silence until we parked and walked into:
Barleys Casino & Brewing Company
Where Is It?
This casino is situated out in Henderson, and is located inside the Green Valley Town Center at the corner of Sunset Road and Mountain Vista Avenue. Dont let the fact that it is located in a shopping plaza turn you off from checking it out. Its about a 10-minute drive from the southern end of the Strip, and as youll see in a moment, their mini-tub table is well worth the small effort to get there.
Barleys Casino & Brew Pub is part of the Station Casinos family of gaming operations. Unfortunately, the standard Boarding Station players-card is not currently useable there, but comps are nonetheless quite easy to come by.
mini table tour continued
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