CHP 1. When do you stop gambling and lock down your wins? .. Pizza oven analogy and the Gambler’s Lament. Take the winning voucher out of the machine and put in in your purse and wallet. Then use hard cash to play just a bit more. Winning early makes it harder to stop playing. Remind yourself how upset you will be if you give most of your winnings or all of your winnings back to the casino by continuing to play. Casinos USA has Vegas credibility with family in Las Vegas and a young Blackjack grandson at the Strat. To be a winner one needs discipline – SELF DISCIPLINE. Lock it down before you give it all back!
CHP 2. Are you pretty good at what you do? How about the people who claim to be professional scouts in selecting talented high school athletes? Wow, do they miss at times with so many great players forced to walk on because they were not offered an athletic scholarship. Here’s the amazing stories of walk on Chris Fink at Notre Dame and walk on Brandon Talton of the University of Nevada Reno (UNR). I bet Michigan State and the LA Rams both wish they had a field goal kicker as good as Brandon Talton. Some people are just not as good as they think they are in evaluating talent. We on the other hand believe that we are good at what we do on our Casinos USA’s podcast in making them entertaining and informative at the same time.
CHP 3. Craps Segment: The one thing that one can do in craps to become a better craps player and more successful is LEARN TO GO OFF AND ON. The math behind this betting strategy is examined, and it is very difficult to challenge.
CHP 4. The Millennial Makeover of Las Vegas continues at full speed. Janie and Coach Fav discuss the reality as Las Vegas continues to reinvent itself. Millennials are young people who are reaching adulthood in the early years of the 21st century. RIGHT NOW! We welcome the changes that they are demanding in Las Vegas.
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“Talkin about My Generation” by THE WHO.