No guest this week as we once again dip into the mail bag.
[00:36] Comments on commercials
[02:27] Probability of royal flushes on 9/6 Jacks
[03:56] Vetting of GWAE guests
[07:25] New casino table games
[09:43] Double Joker video poker
[11:40] W2G jackpoint threshold
[13:30] What’s the best way to listen to GWAE?
[14:44] RFID and TITO at Resorts World table games
[16:15] Return on card counting
[17:51] Will the Mirage poker room ever re-open
[18:06] $1 to $3 Limit Hold/em in Vegas
[19:04] Why do casinos allow Bob to play?
[19:37] VideoPoker.com strategy corrections
[21:26] Card counting advice for a new player without a network
[25:02] Burning cards on double-deck games
[27;31] What edge can a recreational player get?
[29:06] Comp hustling
[30:15] Split Card Poker
[32:41] Software used by casinos to catch card counters
[33:19] $125/hand video poker comps
[36:13] IRS reporting requirements on table games
[39:01] Why wasn’t the card maker in Phil Ivey’s edge-sorting case charged?
[41:09] South Point Casino September Promotions – City Lights Shine giveaway, Hot Seat promotions, South Point 400 tickets
[42:20] BlackjackApprenticeship.com – card counting training website and community with many betting, tracking, and analytical tools
[43:03] VideoPoker.com/gwae – Gold Membership offers correction on most games, free Pro Membership trial for GWAE listeners
[44:10] Using side bets in blackjack to reach table minimum when the count is high
[46:33] Can banks deny service to professional gamblers?
[48:27] Transitioning from a recreational gambler to a professional gambler
[51:55] A match-play dispute on craps
[54:50] Recommended: Advantage 32 rubber bands, Here Today
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