Wednesday, December 19, 2012

frustrations

Been really annoyed by people not answering my emails, texts, facebook posts, etc. Looks like there is no option but to call the poker room in CO and find out how in the anyone can live there long term without them being filled up a lot of the time, such as NYE, etc. i cannot understand why every homeless poker player i ever knew in vegas sleeping in their car, and showering in the spa with their diamond card wouldnt want to move there so they wouldnt be homeless no more if true. need to find out what the gimmick is. anyone can put in 4 hours a day. Thanks very much to AKgal for being willing to phone them, but how can there be no game after noon on a weekday?

im not nearly as upset with them, as i am the autism research program at UNLV. they were last on their facebook page sunday, they mightve not seen my email or facebook yet. But for that autism research place theres no excuse, especially when someone pours their heart out about their struggles with emotional problems. that place isnt around to help out anyone. its only around to make money, and once they seen i was homeless and couldnt pay the fee, they thought it best to ignore me. and then they wonder why so many mentally ill people do such horrible acts u read about in the news.

the comment RFC made about my mom the other day is unacceptable, and i shouldnt have approved it. everyone shouldve told him so instead of just ignoring his comment. all my mom thinks is that there are a lot of mentally ill people who need to be confined, who are running loose on the streets without any type of services, and the reason for this is the way liberals said they shouldnt be committed against thier will, so a lot of mental hospitals turned their patients loose and began closing down, after the courts stopped allowing "involuntary commitment" except in cases of dire emergency. not only that, u cannot even voluntarily commit urself unless u claim u are suicidal. i know because around the time i was age 18-23 and met Sue, (marks mother) i used to try to do this alot to get admitted so i wouldnt be homeless, and could sit and work on jigsaw puzzles. my mother took care of my Aunt Patty for a year once (is dead now) but my aunt at one point was institutionalized for some time.

u shouldnt talk about someones mom badly. my mom is one of the most caring people there is as far as trying to help others, is why she agreed to take care of my son for me when he was born. before that even.

thats why there was the shooting. had nothing to do with guns, it was because of mental illness, and people taking God out of the schools and teaching us were just animals. it was a terrible thing what he did to those kids, doing it to adults whove mistreated him wouldve been far more understandable. but those kids were innocent and didnt deserve it. also uve got to blame the media, and in addition, ourselves for talking about this. without all this attention, these things would happen far less. people are too vouyeristic which is why i need to ban a lot of people from commenting in my blog ive not yet done. im getting tired of all the negativity, because im sure its whats drove off Josie.

and im still in the $1400s, won $80 today on the VBJ. am almost back to the $1500s. also i talked to my son last night, thanked him for his Christmas gift he sent to vinces house, and picked out something with him on amazon.com (a movie he wanted) and ordered it for him. its the only christmas gift i bought anyone, and i wont be getting anything else i know of either. i'm just relieved to be off the streets, and its been over a month now ive not been playing poker and had $1100, and yet im still surviving somehow. i feel like i do ok for my limited options, and skills. also i feel like my PLO high game is improving the more i play it online in the lower stakes. the players seem to be much worse in it than they are in plo8 and holdem, anyone have any theories as to why this is?

one thing i do wish is that i could somehow get my sleep hours changed, but im not forcing myself awake after 3-4 hours sleep just to change my hours. nor can i sleep when im not yet tired. and even after sending vook the $60 yesterday, ive still got $40 left on lock right now.

also, i guarantee u if i dont hear from that poker room in the next day or so, ill call them and let u know all the details before my next blog post. i just dont see how anyone can stay there long term without them being sold out some days. most co casinos offer very few hotel rooms.

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heres the far more important issue no one is talking about. can i survive without going broke on a $1400-1500 roll in colorado playing $2-10 spread limit (the main game going). can i survive without going broke easier playing that game, or can i survive easier playing the VBJ machine here in jean? i truly do not know. ive survived so far here in jean off such little money for 6 weeks, but i really dont know how i would do at $2-10 spread since im used to $1-2 NL, which requires a much bigger roll. now they do have $1-2 NL (with $100 capped betting) but it dont run as often. and there are also 2 other poker rooms within walking distance although being way below zero everyday outside im sure id need a much better coat. am wondering if there are any walmart stores in cripple creek or the equivalent? anyone ever been there? i doubt anyone but local co residents bother to go there.

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  1. Tony:

    Hello.

    The phone number for the UNLV Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders is posted on their website. 895.5836

    I called them and, as they're a part of the College of Education, they are closed during the winter break; they reopen on January 7.

    Buddy - you need to stop getting so worked up about things and letting your imagination go wild. They aren't hating on you because you're homeless. They're closed.

    One thing for you to work on is to take the initiative to make calls. You could have easily called the center to check the status of your earlier e-mail. And your FIRST option regarding the poker room in Colorado should be to CALL IT. Don't assign the task to others and hope to hear 2nd/3rd/4th hand - - - take it to the source. You'll get more accurate, and more timely, information that way.

    sincerely,

    s.i.

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  2. played about 45 minutes, went to eat, won $54, and roll is now in the $1500s. and now relaxing in the room playing online with the $41 i have on lock.

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  3. Tony have you made the effort and called the poker room in CO?

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    1. called at 3 different times of day, not once did anyone ever answer the phone in the poker room.

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  4. Tony:

    I won't assume that you're referencing me in the group of "didn't respond to facebook posts", but you may be.

    I am not sure what I was supposed to respond to - you said I should read your mom's facebook post and respond to it. You mom seems to post multiple times per day on facebook, where as I check that site about once every 3 months.

    For you, however, I did log on today and respond to one of her posts (no idea which one to which you wanted me to respond). I told her that the picture she had on her site was the whitest jesus I've ever seen. Dude was BLEACHED he was so white.

    However, I'm guessing that wasn't the response for which you were looking.

    s.i.

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    1. wasnt even thinking of u when i said that about facebook

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  5. Cripple Creek is pretty tiny and there was really nothing there until they built the casinos. No Wal-Mart. It's more a drive in/drive out gambling experience, with a lot of bus shuttles running back and forth from Colorado Springs and other cities.

    As much as I enjoy your epic cross-country jaunts, Cripple Creek is almost guaranteed to not be a good long-term fit. The casinos there are all tiny and more of a locals scene and they wouldn't tolerate very much in the way of hi-jinks as far as misting coke in a glass, gently taking phones from women, and expressing displeasure in a vocal fashion when portly gentlemen slow-roll you.

    Yes, I've been there a billion times myself while going to college in Colorado Springs.

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  6. Tony I'm not going to bother pointing out the wrongness in your thinking, even though as a mental health worker I would have credible facts, because you don't care what anyone other than you thinks due to your disability.


    But, it is public record that Josie thinks highly of you and wishes you the best but took a step back from your life because of your smothering self centred neediness.

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  7. lost close to $400 today, at one point was out quite a bit over that, but i recovered a little by selling some lock to vook and then eventually winning back over $30 on the VBJ over the course of a few hours. roll is still only in the $1100s and im good and tired. talked with lightning at length regarding some bad news ill post about another time, right now im gonna sleep some as my sng ends. i had some things upsetting me, and lost my discipline and made a few bets that were way too high, such as 5 bets of $19 etc. also lost 8 bets of $14 once too with many splits and double downs. and i still think the PLO high games on lock are where im doing my best, im sure my cash games tracking shouldve improved.

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  8. would sworn something was wrong with that poker room number i had, so i looked up on a different websites their number, and i finally managed to find one for the casino itself instead of the poker room. spoke to an operator, because with the poker room number i kept getting a recorded message asking me to enter the extension and without a particular extension u cannot leave a message.

    what the operator told me was that the reason i couldnt reach anyone in the poker room today was because it was closed for bad weather, and it was the first time theyd done that in a long time. she also said that yes they do have rooms available free every day if u play, but that sometimes they are sold out on weekends and that u need to have a reservation ahead of time, but u dont have to pay ahead of time until u are checked in. i still want to talk to an actual employee to better understand, id have a terrible fear of not being able to get a room on a weekend because they were full and only their regulars thats been around the longest and having an "in" with the right manager being able to get the rooms, or else they were regulars whod already reserved the rooms months in advance. also i think those people Rob said were there 6 months probably did have to leave a day or so every now and then, but they had a car so they didnt care like i would care. still i need to be somewhere where i can play poker instead of VBJ, thats for sure. i cannot be trusted to follow bankroll rules. and even the rules i do follow are too lax.

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  9. Tony:

    If you "...cannot be trusted to follow bankroll rules..." than plese consider getting a job through O.V., getting hooked up with social services in Vegas, and try working for money and only gambling on the side.

    If you can't follow bankroll rules...you can't survive. Can you?

    s.i.

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  10. I think it would be a hugh risk heading off to Cripple Creek at this time of year with little more than a thousand dollars to your name.
    I have been there once, in the summer, it is a small place and NotAtilla sums it up perfectly.
    Have you looked at the temperature there?

    I haven't posted in your blog in a long time, although still regularly read it. The dream of being a low limit professional appears sadly over. The games seems to be passing you by and if your only love for poker is to obtain a night to night roof over you head and no more, maybe time to let it all go and do what others have said(job!). You could always recreational play.

    I truly wished you could succeed as a low limit grinder and achieve something resembling a stable and stress free life.
    You have always somehow survived and bounced back..however I fear you have sunk too deep and burnt too many bridges this time.

    Take care....I will be in Vegas around Superbowl weekend

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  11. Tony:

    Depending on what you find out from the poker room at Cripple Creek, there may be an option for you if you need to be out of the casino for a night here or there.

    For $25, there is a round-trip shuttle service from Cripple Creek to Colo. Springs. Here is the link:

    http://www.casinoshuttle.com/schedules-cripple-creek-colorado-springs-west.asp

    The potential good news about this shuttle service is that the pick-up/drop off location in Colo. Springs is right next to a Supercenter Walmart. There is also a motel within 6-7 blocks that looks relatively inexpensive at $49 a night. This could be an option if you needed to be out of the casino hotel for a night. Here is the hotel link:

    http://springsinnco.com/

    I've never been to Cripple Creek only Blackhawk so can't tell you what to expect. But if you make it out to Colo. Springs, I can give you a coat as I live in southern Denver area and would by happy to get it to you.





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    1. If the Cripple Creek casino has safety deposit boxes that you can keep the most of your roll in even if you have to check out for a few days that they end up being full you could take just the amount of money that you need and stay at a place called New Hope Homeless Shelter (courtesy of the Salvation Army). Their phone number is: (719) 636-3891

      How bad can a homeless shelter in Colorado Springs be?

      Good luck (of course)....

      Regards, Lester

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    2. everyplace that gives out safety deposit boxes makes u close them if u arent a guest there anymore. (except ones in pokerrooms, like taj or foxwoods ive used before)

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    3. lawzag thanks very much, this is the same shuttle i emailed a few days ago, asking them which of their 3 pickups were closest to the airport. the $25 u get refunded at the casino if u play.

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  12. Who cares if you may have to leave 1 or 2 nights every now & then and get a cheap room down the street...you will still be getting the vast majority of your rooms for free and for only playing poker not vbj. I think the CO trip could work out IF you are able to be pleasant to everyone and don't do anything stupid to piss ppl off. Be on your best behavior and gl!

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    1. "... IF you are able to be pleasant to everyone and don't do anything stupid to piss ppl off."

      Welcome new reader to this blog! : o )

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  13. i got this email finally from the casino. and of course, i immediately wrote them back, and am awaiting another reply, whats really important is finding out how many days is the limit, and to find out how to do the reservation since i cant be charged a whole months hold on my CC, and what to say to make sure they wont be sold out ever.

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    p.s. JJ booey--the rooms up the street arent neccessarily cheap on weekends theyd be over $100 a night im sure and would probably also be sold out, and going back and forth into co springs on the shuttle a hassle. and of course u are right, the main thing to do is to NOT upset the other employees--which i think i could handle since id only be playing poker, without the giant machine losses id be much calmer. the VBJ dont seem to exist in CO. i think by law all of them are now 24 hours? didnt use to be.

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    It is correct that if you play for four hours and have a reservation or there is room availability you can get the room taken care of with a voucher from table games. However there is a limit on how long a person can stay consecutively. A credit card is also mandatory with all hotel stays as a room deposit. Our poker room is open seven days a week at 10am on weekdays and 8am on weekends. We have daily promotions for all table games players and a poker tournament every Friday at 4pm (registration at 3pm) $20.00 buy-in, $20.00 add-on and unlimited re-buys till the end of the second round. To make reservations for a room please dial 719-689-5000 for questions about table games just ask to be transferred. Hope to see you soon and happy holidays!


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  14. well it looks like the info i got from Rob turns out to be too good to be true, the manager said theyve modified it somewhat because they felt people were abusing it by staying there too long. so its a 3 day limit. also they said there arent any video BJ machines just video baccarat, but he has seen one in blackhawk. perhaps lawzag knows where and which kind? (good or bad).

    unfortunately players using poker room comps can only stay up to three days at a time, the waiting period between the next stay for players using table games comps is one full day (24 hours from previous checkout). When our poker room on Gold Creek side of the casinos we move over to the Double Eagle where there is a “weekend pit”. This pit has one poker table, a blackjack table and a craps table. When we move to the weekend pit on poor weather days we shrink down the staff. If no players are on a active waiting list for poker the decision is often made to send the props home for the day. Generally we have three props on all weekdays. The poker room is generally open till about 10pm on weekdays, on weekends generally the room doesn’t close till after 4am (unless we have one of scheduled “Bad Beat Runoffs” going on). We have a promotion currently that is valid both at the Double Eagle and the Gold Creek, it is the “Four Flush” promotion. In this promotion one has all day to get a winning flush in each suit, with a prize amount that can reach $500.00 a day people have been staying later (especially when they got 3 flushes marked). We also have a mini, major and super bad beat, these bad beats are scheduled to be ran off when they met a certain threshold, runoffs start only on Fridays. For additional information, give me a call. Hope to see you soon!--------

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    1. This sounds horrible. Like, really really horrible.

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  15. im a little upset, because the info gave me hope and now i feel like its useless, because having to pay every 3 days for 1 day elsewhere would eat up a lot of money. couldnt really be without a room all 24 hours like u can in vegas, because in a place like this there would be no game anywhere and nothing to do unlike vegas. he suggested mondays would be the best time to be out a day because thats when its slowest.

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    1. Tony: have you ever considered becoming a prop player? That might be something to pursue...

      Regards, Lester

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    2. Tony, maybe you need to think outside the box and maybe get a JOB like most humans who need money to survive.

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    3. The day Tony can start thinking the other players as his clients and treat them appropriately, is the day when he can consider working as a prop.

      Props are there to help build the game and/or keep it going. Tony often makes other player want to leave. I don't think this is a good fit for him.

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  16. The fact that the room has 3 prop players basically tells you that you'd never be able to make money playing there.

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    1. now thats not true, many of the casinos in vegas and los angelos have props, sams town still uses them. i think its good when they have props to help keep games going

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  17. What do prop players get in return higher comps etc?

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    1. casino in cali give like $150 a day in cash

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  18. Tony:

    I can't imagine this experiment would work well for you. With the expenses of travel, and the cost of a hotel every 4th day, the stress of the whole thing (considering your roll) would be likely to put you on tilt. One blow up and you would be gone.

    Honestly, sir, I believe the best bet for you would be to focus on getting set up with social services, a JOB, and gamble on the side until you're able to build your roll enough to devote yourself to poker full time again. Think of it as just a stop-gap measure to get you back on your feet.

    Once the roll is built up, you can move off social services and be solidly on your own again. In the meantime, you have people helping you build a resume, get your ID situation taken care of, have a steady place to live, develop some job skills (hell...you may even LIKE working - it's a GREAT way to meet women and you would have some great stories to tell them about your travels and playing poker. I think your chance of finding a woman to love you would be EXPONENTIALLY higher if you did this.)

    This really would be the biggest +EV move you could make for all of the goals you say are important to you. And, it's only temporary until you build up your roll. Think about it - take these steps and you can play on-line poker in your apartment at higher stakes with MUCH less stress, build the roll and then be back out of the system playing full time, but with a woman who loves you and no more having to worry about traveling to renew IDs, and some job skills to fall back on to boot.

    THINK HARD ABOUT THIS, TONY. THIS IS THE PERFECT TIME TO MAKE THIS TRANSITION!!!!!

    s.i.

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    1. Tony, this is excellent advice, listen to what SI said carefully. Go stay with Vince for a while and get help. If u go to CO with little money, no local support, and a tiny little town, it is not going to end well. Remember what happened the last big road trip u did?

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    2. im not going to travel there anytime soon, if the room policy is that strict. with a larger roll and warmer weather though, the room might still be worth visiting for a while next summer. and of course, also want to visit deadwood too when the rolls bigger and the weathers better.

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    3. Wow!

      This is the best single advice-post that I have read in Tony's blog(s) this year.

      You totally nailed it s.i.

      Tony accept this as the Christmas gift that it undoubtedly is and act upon it...!

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    4. Tony:

      You missed the entire point of that post. It's not about traveling or not traveling; it's about getting hooked up with social services and a job.

      s.i.

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  19. You mentioned playing $2-$10 Spread fixed. I enjoy the game and have done well with it. It does take a little bit to get used to it but making something every day is possible. Good luck in finding something you want to do. I would definitely not play VBJ but that is your thing. Sounds like you are better at Poker and that is where I would put my efforts.

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    1. there in WA where u play at, is there cheap rooming houses nearby i could live at, and how late at night does the game last? of course i wouldnt travel with this little money though.

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  20. rolls back in the $1200s, won $67 on the VBJ. if i can just win my $25 don sng, ill bring my lock balance up to over $100 from the $80s, if i lose ill be down in the $50s on lock. id like to win, do a lot more playing online and keep selling to vook, because i am really starting to miss NOT playing live poker in the casinos. yet i still worry id have no money left at all by now had i still been doing that.

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  21. Tony: can you think of one or two POSSIBLE jobs that you might be able to at least try? Dishwasher? Floor mopper/sweeper? Grocery bagger or shelf stocker? Please don't ignore my question.

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    1. any of those would work, but i think id be wasting my time applying unless i had an awful good reason to think theyd hire me. Plus id need it to pay at least $400 a week, otherwise how i would i afford close to $300 a week to live, plus try and recover a roll instead of 100% of the money immediately disappearing on expenses, and never getting ahead?

      but i need to wait til im either in better shape so im not as stressed out about needing money immediately, or in worse shape with no other options. like say do it when im over $3000, in an apt, and can take time off from poker to investigate these kind of opportunities, or when im down about $800 more and have no other options but to try and earn cash without gambling. so before i look, the roll must either be above $2500 or under $500 and i need a place to live too while doing this, because it sure helps u get hired easier.

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    2. Excuses excuses excuses why not to work, Tony what do you have against working? Working would probably be the best thing for you.

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    3. well zin, i feel like the way i earn my money now, (playing online and in the casinos) is a better and more effective way for me to earn money, it uses my skills more, and unique abilities, and is something im far more qualified for. only issue it i dont have a large enough roll.

      am pleased to report i won the $25 don sng, and will soon probably sell lock money to vook, so i can then be back over $1300. i have $101 on lock now.

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    4. "otherwise how i would i afford close to $300 a week to live, plus try and recover a roll instead of 100% of the money immediately disappearing on expenses, and never getting ahead?"

      You are 43ish years old and have been chasing this gambling fantasy for many years now, you are not getting ahead now, no money, no place to live, barely a dime to your name, eating ramon noodles, can't afford anything.

      Your life is more like a 18 year old going to college trying to get by until he gets a job

      The truth is you will never have any money on this path, or any of the things you want (including woman). I guess if you love your current life, keep living it up.

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    5. Tony, you can very easily obtain any of those jobs referenced. The fact of the matter is you would rather not work them. Any of those jobs will not occupy more than 8 hours a day, which would leave you plenty of time to play poker after work. Further, you mind find that you actually enjoy working -- you will meet new people and maybe makes some new, non-gambling, friends.

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    6. Tony:

      "...any of those would work, but i think id be wasting my time applying unless i had an awful good reason to think theyd hire me. Plus id need it to pay at least $400 a week, otherwise how i would i afford close to $300 a week to live, plus try and recover a roll instead of 100% of the money immediately disappearing on expenses, and never getting ahead?"

      OK, now imagine you have your rent almost entirely covered by a social services agency. And imagine that they have found you a job that allows you to make about $350.00 a week, initially, or $1400.00 per month. And you now are qualified for food stamps.

      So...you are paying VERY little in rent, you are eating MUCH better and healthier, you have people you interact with daily (including A LOT of women...women who would very rarely get to hear stories from guys who've been to the places you've been and done the things you've done - you would be like that semi-dangerous, exotic, guy...chicks dig edgy vibe!), you have ZERO stress, your roll is growing by the month, your medical/dental issues are covered by social services, and you can spend a lot of time in your apartment, playing on-line poker and building the roll even more!

      After a year or so of that (heck, maybe you do really well on-line, playing higher stakes without all the stress, and you start killing it and are ready to cut ties in 6 months), you're roll is over 10k, and you go back to playing full time poker.

      Does that sound like "a waste of time" to you? Or does that sound like the best goddamn plan you've got in front of you?

      s.i.

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    7. Tony:

      Can you respond to my post?

      s.i.

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    8. "including A LOT of women...women who would very rarely get to hear stories from guys who've been to the places you've been and done the things you've done - you would be like that semi-dangerous, exotic, guy...chicks dig edgy vibe!"

      si, you are a fantastic person, you have obvious great compassion for people (at least TBC) struggling in life, you do more than most anyone would to lend a hand, FWIW I look up to you and wish you great Karma, but even the above post must have been made high, drunk or have to do with some crazy psychological ploy :)

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    9. Thanks - but that section was semi-serious, related to the population pool referenced. I've done some volunteer work at Op. Village and they have a high number of autistic and mentally challenged clients.

      I really do think Tony's stories would be much broader to them than most regular clients. He's traveled the US quite a bit and he's certainly got some good stories about shady characters. I do think some of those women would be "wowed" by his stories.

      Plus, I was high.

      ;-)

      s.i.

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  22. How's earning money gambling going for you? Aren't you -$14k in the last 12 months? And don't even waste your breath pretending like you'd ever apply for a job. You'd panhandle. It requires a sad look and no actual effort.

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    1. I don't think Tony knows what the word "earn" means.

      Tony, don't pretend that your "life expenses" over the past 12 months have been over 14k. You only had an apartment for 1 month. You rarely eat. You have no possessions. You didn't spend close to 14k last year. The reality is, you don't "earn" money through gambling, you lose it.

      If you didn't set for in a casino or log into online poker once over the past year, you'd have more money today.

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  23. Tony replied...
    "well zin, i feel like the way i earn my money now, (playing online and in the casinos) is a better and more effective way for me to earn money, it uses my skills more, and unique abilities, and is something im far more qualified for. only issue it i dont have a large enough roll."

    Tony i really want you to succeed but seems like your skills and unique abilities are failing you.

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  24. According to some of the comments i have read here it seems like you had a large enough "roll" at some point in the past so this realy isn't the problem.

    What you fail to see IMO is that getting a job would not only bring in some money and security but also get you out of this rut that you are in mentally. Maybe it would change your attitude, force you to reassess your goals and how to achieve them. Could also freshen you up and refocus you. I know you are scared to work and interact with people (other than gamblers)but the first step is the most difficult, things will get better from there.

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  25. The reason you don't have a large enough roll is because you do not have unique abilities.

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  26. Tony,

    just a reminder since you play games on facebook:

    You can get free rooms and food in Vegas by playing facebook video blackjack with the myVegas game. You can get it also through various Vegas casino's free play poker sites.

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    1. All of wich Tony is banned from.

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    2. All of which Tony is banned from. Maybe he could earn the rewards and sell the rewards.

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  27. Tony, your whole attitude towards a job is a waste of time.

    You wouldn't "waste your time" applying to a job unless you had a good reason to think they would hire you? Seriously?

    You have all the time in the world. You have no responsibilities or commitments other than eatsleepgamble. And the whole point of a job application is to convince the hiring person you're worthy of hiring. But you want them to convince you?

    Between your lack of education and experience and the frustrations associated with your work ethic, stubbornness, and lack of appreciation for gays and minorities, you should be the one with the humility to appreciate an opportunity at anything.

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  28. Tony says..."well zin, i feel like the way i earn my money now, (playing online and in the casinos) is a better and more effective way for me to earn money, it uses my skills more, and unique abilities, and is something im far more qualified for."

    Not to mention it is the only morally acceptable way to make money.

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  29. won $38 VBJ, ate, and went to my room to play on lock. roll is still only in the $1300s

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  31. tony,

    my comment about your mother was, as it stated, REGARDING POLITICS.
    nothing else was implied, nor should be inferred about her character.

    the reason nobody chastised me for the comment, is that they A) didn't see it; or B) agree with me.

    when your mom posts thins like the following on facebook, it's not hard to see why people agree with my assessment:

    How on earth can anyone be so blind as to vote for Obama again when he is not a natural born citizen but has destroyed our great country, a man guilty of TREASON and many many more crimes. A man who talks against America to other countries even. A man who has paid to have Christians killed in Kenya to my understanding.

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    1. to be honest, its his half brother in Kenya who is responsible for this, but i can see why she thinks he agrees with him. lots of countries around the world the govt persecutes christians, and obama isnt neccessarily following christian teaching on a lot of moral issues. shouldnt it bother everyone on here how he puts america down in other countries? shouldnt everyone find him guilty of treasing for supplying the attackers with the weapons they needed to kill our ambassador?

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  32. Hi, i love poker too. This is great blog about poker. Regrats.

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