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    OldBill
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    OK someone explain this to me real time casino

    was playing last night craps guy walks up buys in for like $900 all $25 chips places it on no 9 wam 9 hits he loses and walks away

    All of a sudden i remember this guy did this last year same thing.

    I can see doing it but the shooters point was 8 thats where you should bet against.

    Maybe he has won too much and needs to record losses or like wtf

    white male clean gray hair i'm guessing in 40's or 50's

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    pologq
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    could be a shitty bettor. could have bad luck.

    if he is going to do what he did he should just get $100 chips or even a $500

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    Why is that a bad play? No 6,8,9 are good bets since you don’t have to pay much juice like 4 or 10.

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    It's definitely an interesting situation you observed at the craps table! While I can't say for certain why the individual placed a large bet on a specific number, there could be a few possible explanations.Personal Strategy: Some players have their unique strategies or superstitions when it comes to betting in a casino. This person may have a personal belief or system that led them to place such a substantial bet on the number 9, regardless of the shooter's point being 8. It's important to remember that gambling is a highly individualized activity, and players may have their own methods that seem unconventional to others.Variation in Betting Preferences: Each player has their preferred betting style, and sometimes it's challenging to understand someone else's choices. While the general strategy may suggest betting against the shooter's point, this individual might have their reasons for going against the conventional wisdom.Seeking Losses for Tax Purposes: Although this is purely speculative, some individuals who have won a significant amount of money in the past might strategically place bets to record losses for tax purposes. It's worth noting that this is merely a possibility and would depend on the specific circumstances and motivations of the person in question.Ultimately, it's challenging to discern the exact reasoning behind another player's actions without directly asking them. People approach gambling with various strategies and motivations, and sometimes these decisions can seem perplexing to outside observers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryaanwilliiamss View Post
    It's definitely an interesting situation you observed at the craps table! While I can't say for certain why the individual placed a large bet on a specific number, there could be a few possible explanations.Personal Strategy: Some players have their unique strategies or superstitions when it comes to betting in a casino. This person may have a personal belief or system that led them to place such a substantial bet on the number 9, regardless of the shooter's point being 8. It's important to remember that gambling is a highly individualized activity, and players may have their own methods that seem unconventional to others.Variation in Betting Preferences: Each player has their preferred betting style, and sometimes it's challenging to understand someone else's choices. While the general strategy may suggest betting against the shooter's point, this individual might have their reasons for going against the conventional wisdom.Seeking Losses for Tax Purposes: Although this is purely speculative, some individuals who have won a significant amount of money in the past might strategically place bets to record losses for tax purposes. It's worth noting that this is merely a possibility and would depend on the specific circumstances and motivations of the person in question.Ultimately, it's challenging to discern the exact reasoning behind another player's actions without directly asking them. People approach gambling with various strategies and motivations, and sometimes these decisions can seem perplexing to outside observers.
    Go away ChatGPT bot

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokerdevil View Post
    Go away ChatGPT bot
    Ah, is that what it is?!

    The first two posts made looked kind of weird to me but I couldn't put my finger on why.

    Not a terrible idea really. If the account was called ChatGPT Answers or something like that. And just added Chatgpt input to discussions.

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    You guys have no idea how the mob launders money. This crabs bet is how they do it.

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