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Is this how it is where you play?

$1-$2 NL Buy-in $50-$200
$2-$5 NL Buy-in $200-$500
$5-$10 NL Buy-in $400-$1,000
$10-$25 NL Buy in $800-$10,000
$25-$50 NL Buy in $2,000-$25,000
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On 2012-02-06 10:22, tommy wrote:
Me? I am just the pot washer! The bosses chair is over there with Mr Cagliostro in it. Smile

Please, I’m little embarrassed by your rightful and justified display of reverence towards me. Smile

I don’t want you to feel slighted because of your acceptance of a position of deference. A very nice cushion has been placed at the foot of my chair exclusively reserved for your use. Should I receive a favorable report on your pot-washing ability, rest assured you will be promoted to a higher position of head bottle washer and table sweep. Smile

Once again, don’t thank me any further. I know you are very appreciative and it is my pleasure to be helpful in this regard.

Since your exclusive cushion will no doubt get a great deal of use by you, rest assured it will be replaced promptly at the first sign of wear.

Majestically submitted, Smile

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The reason why no one hears about money laundering in the states is because the people that have any significant amount to launder goes to other countries to clean up their money...
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On 2012-02-07 09:26, tommy wrote:
Is this how it is where you play?

$1-$2 NL Buy-in $50-$200
$2-$5 NL Buy-in $200-$500
$5-$10 NL Buy-in $400-$1,000
$10-$25 NL Buy in $800-$10,000
$25-$50 NL Buy in $2,000-$25,000


that's pretty standard more or less at most casino poker rooms... at least the bigger casinos..
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On 2012-02-07 09:26, tommy wrote:
Is this how it is where you play?

$1-$2 NL Buy-in $50-$200
$2-$5 NL Buy-in $200-$500
$5-$10 NL Buy-in $400-$1,000
$10-$25 NL Buy in $800-$10,000
$25-$50 NL Buy in $2,000-$25,000


Both tommy and iamslow are correct it is very close.

$1-$2 min $60 max $300
$2-$5 min $120 max $700
$5-$10 min $250 not sure of max
not sure on the $25-$50 either

There are two local casinos and they are both slightly different. Mohegan Sun and Mount Airy. also one in Allentown but never been there.
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What I was saying was that one would not have to do it in one hit, one game, as one could, if one liked, do it over a week or whatever. You could for example dunp 5 grand a night for five days. But I think you are right its not so simple as I first thought. All I thought was there must be a lot of it going on in poker and thought there might be an advantage to had if only one could spot it was going on.

I have played with dealers in casino's I know as every now then a player will vanish and you ask where is so and so? They tell you, oh he got busted for drug dealing or whatever. I have played with some players for decades and I don't known what they do outside the casino.
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Well whatever slight I would use I would practice, practice and practice (with broken fingers because if yous get caught yous in trouble).


Good magic to all,


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On 2012-02-21 01:58, The great Gumbini wrote:
Well whatever slight I would use I would practice, practice and practice (with broken fingers because if yous get caught yous in trouble).


Good magic to all,


Eric


What if the sleight didn't involve fingers? Smile
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