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Posted: 12/3/2012 3:06:28 AM
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Posted: 12/4/2012 2:47:08 PM

I'm 49.  I've lived in Southern New Jersey, Memphis Tennesee, New Hampshire, Colorado (Aspen/Snowmass), California (Encinitas), Alaska, and now my wife and I picked Vegas to pay cash for a house to buy and move to.  We've been here four months.  It is beautiful, people have no idea of what is going on here, it is only super hot 3 months out of the year, it is far from a dustbowl, beautiful sunsets, clean air.  And we live in North las Vegas, the alleged 'ghetto' (ya, there are some bad parts, but not all).  Roads are in great shape.  Nice parks.   Now to Sports betting...never intended on getting into it, paid for three picks which all won, now in four weeks using my head and research and the internet and what I've learned about the NFL after watching for years, I've picked 8 wins, 1 loss, 1 push and we turned $140.00 dollars into $3200.00.  Not huge, but a nice start.  We will continue cautiously.  I know two pro bettors out here, and everybody knows the score-you need to utilize discipline and money management, and don't spread it out too much....for NFL, look at trends, quarterbacking, turnover ratios, motivation, weather, injuries......and don't discard expert opinion, bleacherreport is good.  It's been fun and a good source of extra cash while I'm looking for work.  But don't consider it a long term fulfillment thing...as there is zero contribution to society, keep your perspective, and btw, if you start out losing, stop right away, don't chase losses or you could end up a gambling addict/loser.

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Posted: 12/4/2012 6:47:26 PM

So your dream is to spend your days in a sports lounge with a goal of making 100 a day?

Change 'dream' to 'nightmare'.

You really should have graduated high school.

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Posted: 12/4/2012 10:41:38 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ross33:

So your dream is to spend your days in a sports lounge with a goal of making 100 a day?

Change 'dream' to 'nightmare'.

You really should have graduated high school.

 

if youre a single guy living in an affordable foreign country with your housing paid for and have an income of 2000/month coming in and can supplement that by $33.00/day youre not living the dream, youre living in friggin heaven.

but you would need to travel and live outside the usa to understand what im talking about.

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Posted: 12/5/2012 1:21:21 PM
Medical?  Thailand, P.I., Mexico, uh no thank you.  Canada, NZ, Japan, maybe.  Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, India, forget about it.
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Posted: 12/6/2012 5:28:22 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by don juan:

If you guys in Vegas had taken my advice over the last 12 years, you'd be way ahead.. I'm retired and in my 70s and have seen every Superbowl in history.

I posted here the last 12 Superbowl winners against the spread.

My record is 11-1 right here on Covers/Wagerline. Ask around here and it will be confirmed for you.

If you are wise you will save some money for the big game in February. It's the easiest game to handicap because both teams are rested for 2 weeks and giving their all, from the head coach on down to the waterboy.

I can't help but boast a little because it's quite a feat,  I am the greatest Superbowl handicapper around today, and I'm glad to help you young studs, For FREE !

Farewell...  look me up in February, ( God willing, I'll still be around here )

 

When you think of the Superbowl, think Don Juan.

 

 

Dude your RSI stats on covers suck... I think you sound like your full of garbage

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Posted: 12/6/2012 5:28:29 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by don juan:

If you guys in Vegas had taken my advice over the last 12 years, you'd be way ahead.. I'm retired and in my 70s and have seen every Superbowl in history.

I posted here the last 12 Superbowl winners against the spread.

My record is 11-1 right here on Covers/Wagerline. Ask around here and it will be confirmed for you.

If you are wise you will save some money for the big game in February. It's the easiest game to handicap because both teams are rested for 2 weeks and giving their all, from the head coach on down to the waterboy.

I can't help but boast a little because it's quite a feat,  I am the greatest Superbowl handicapper around today, and I'm glad to help you young studs, For FREE !

Farewell...  look me up in February, ( God willing, I'll still be around here )

 

When you think of the Superbowl, think Don Juan.

 

 

Dude your RSI stats on covers suck... I think you sound like your full of garbage

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Posted: 12/6/2012 5:28:35 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by don juan:

If you guys in Vegas had taken my advice over the last 12 years, you'd be way ahead.. I'm retired and in my 70s and have seen every Superbowl in history.

I posted here the last 12 Superbowl winners against the spread.

My record is 11-1 right here on Covers/Wagerline. Ask around here and it will be confirmed for you.

If you are wise you will save some money for the big game in February. It's the easiest game to handicap because both teams are rested for 2 weeks and giving their all, from the head coach on down to the waterboy.

I can't help but boast a little because it's quite a feat,  I am the greatest Superbowl handicapper around today, and I'm glad to help you young studs, For FREE !

Farewell...  look me up in February, ( God willing, I'll still be around here )

 

When you think of the Superbowl, think Don Juan.

 

 

Dude your RSI stats on covers suck... I think you sound like your full of garbage

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Posted: 12/6/2012 5:40:28 PM

I fully plan on moving out to Vegas to make sports betting my main source of income. I'm only going to have around $20K total to cover all my expenses... maybe more. I know I'll make money for sure due to my stats and I use a system.

This is my favorite thread on here right now... keep it going

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Posted: 12/6/2012 8:08:36 PM
I would recommend having more than one avenue of meeting your quota. Playing cash poker, if you have the patience has better odds. A friend told me some advice. Alot of times as a bettor we try and hit a home run every time we play. Thats not the key, your goal is a single, think singles. Lastly, I wouldnt recommend moving to Vegas you should be able to find a Bookie in your area, live your life, work, enjoy family. Always work never put all your eggs in one basket too many ups and downs in sports betting..(.I take a beating right here at home(Texas)
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Posted: 12/7/2012 9:16:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Johnnybad:

 

Dude your RSI stats on covers suck... I think you sound like your full of garbage

 

FYI . I use Covers to experiment on different systems.

But that's fine Johnny,  you need not look me up come Superbowl time.. I know who I am and what I've done.

There is an old saying...If you are not accepted, brush of your feet on the door mat and move on.

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Posted: 12/10/2012 1:18:11 PM
After reading through this thread I'm wondering why "living the dream" has to be Las Vegas.  With online sports books, various casinos, horse racing tracks, etc in every state than why leave your family and friends? Being comfortable is the number one thing in life to even have a chance at making money in the gambling arena. If you are comfortable you won't be stressed.

I have seen two points of view on whether you can or can not make a living on any form of gambling. The answer to the question ultimately does come down to the individual and their ability to think and play under constant control and accept that $10-$20 wagers on anything vs $100-$200 that your expectations of trial winnings is totally different from the other. When you are wagering $20 on a throw of dice you will not end up winning $5000 on the day.

Its all about playing within yourself and realizing the amounts you are wagering vs possible real winnings. There are tons of ways to make money while gambling whether its sports, horses, or casinos but having a plan and discipline are the key.

I recently tried something that I will share with everyone. I really don't care who believes what or to what extent regarding this statement:
I am fortunate to live in an area of the country where I have access to 5 casinos within a 45 mile radius or there abouts covering 2 states. I decided to try and make $80 a day while playing 50/50 stuff at the roulette wheel and I was armed with $1000 when I sat down at the table. I will not discuss what strategy I use only to say that it is probably thing reverse of what most people do and how they think.

The results were-i went for 30 days this past October and spread out going to a different casino each day to help break the monotony that went with such a grinding style of play.  Yrs it was boring and tedious but as in everything I do I put my heart and soul into it. So during the 30 days I did manage to walk away every day with between $70-$90 dollars with no exceptions. The quickest it ever happened to me was it happened in 25 minutes and the longest it took me was 4 1/2 hours and I must say that was indeed a long and tedious day. 

My point Is that it can be done but it takes time and a conscious effort without losing site of that goal and expectations. I had to go there with $1000 in my pocket and was willing to risk between $10-$25 per spin. My biggest wager was $55.  It could have been very easy to risk more or set my sights on bigger fish with all that cash in my pocket but managed to stay the course.

I must admit that I really found it boring and tedious and I'm glad I at least went to the different cassinos to break things up a bit. In all made $2445 minus $453 for gas and tolls for a profit of $1992 or $66 a day.

I realize this was only a one month sample and playing roulette at all that 50/50 stuff wasn't glamourous and I wasn't drawing a crowd but I made money doing it my way.  What I found interesting was listening how everyone talks around the table with statements of hitting that big one at 17-1 or I came here to spend this $200 have fun and leave but my favorite statement that I heard from everyone was "I'm due or that number is due"......ya like numbers have a mind of their own.  

Again just sharing an experience and wondering why anyone would leave when the dream is right in your own backyard where friends, family, and familiarity breed comfort and elimate stress. It was only $66 a day but each day I walked out I felt a great accomplishment and at the end of the month it was nice little sum. 

Just sharing a small story and my thoughts. 




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Posted: 12/10/2012 4:14:38 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by INVESTINSPORTS:

After reading through this thread I'm wondering why "living the dream" has to be Las Vegas.  With online sports books, various casinos, horse racing tracks, etc in every state than why leave your family and friends? Being comfortable is the number one thing in life to even have a chance at making money in the gambling arena. If you are comfortable you won't be stressed.

I have seen two points of view on whether you can or can not make a living on any form of gambling. The answer to the question ultimately does come down to the individual and their ability to think and play under constant control and accept that $10-$20 wagers on anything vs $100-$200 that your expectations of trial winnings is totally different from the other. When you are wagering $20 on a throw of dice you will not end up winning $5000 on the day.

Its all about playing within yourself and realizing the amounts you are wagering vs possible real winnings. There are tons of ways to make money while gambling whether its sports, horses, or casinos but having a plan and discipline are the key.

I recently tried something that I will share with everyone. I really don't care who believes what or to what extent regarding this statement:
I am fortunate to live in an area of the country where I have access to 5 casinos within a 45 mile radius or there abouts covering 2 states. I decided to try and make $80 a day while playing 50/50 stuff at the roulette wheel and I was armed with $1000 when I sat down at the table. I will not discuss what strategy I use only to say that it is probably thing reverse of what most people do and how they think.

The results were-i went for 30 days this past October and spread out going to a different casino each day to help break the monotony that went with such a grinding style of play.  Yrs it was boring and tedious but as in everything I do I put my heart and soul into it. So during the 30 days I did manage to walk away every day with between $70-$90 dollars with no exceptions. The quickest it ever happened to me was it happened in 25 minutes and the longest it took me was 4 1/2 hours and I must say that was indeed a long and tedious day. 

My point Is that it can be done but it takes time and a conscious effort without losing site of that goal and expectations. I had to go there with $1000 in my pocket and was willing to risk between $10-$25 per spin. My biggest wager was $55.  It could have been very easy to risk more or set my sights on bigger fish with all that cash in my pocket but managed to stay the course.

I must admit that I really found it boring and tedious and I'm glad I at least went to the different cassinos to break things up a bit. In all made $2445 minus $453 for gas and tolls for a profit of $1992 or $66 a day.

I realize this was only a one month sample and playing roulette at all that 50/50 stuff wasn't glamourous and I wasn't drawing a crowd but I made money doing it my way.  What I found interesting was listening how everyone talks around the table with statements of hitting that big one at 17-1 or I came here to spend this $200 have fun and leave but my favorite statement that I heard from everyone was "I'm due or that number is due"......ya like numbers have a mind of their own.  

Again just sharing an experience and wondering why anyone would leave when the dream is right in your own backyard where friends, family, and familiarity breed comfort and elimate stress. It was only $66 a day but each day I walked out I felt a great accomplishment and at the end of the month it was nice little sum. 

Just sharing a small story and my thoughts. 

That is pretty much it winning is very boring process of grinding it out. I would give my friends my two strongest plays that I straight bet 550 each which won. They would add one more team for a 3 teamer go 2-1 and lose.  Winning aint really super difficult like any thing in life but it can be boring.



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Posted: 12/10/2012 11:24:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by INVESTINSPORTS:

After reading through this thread I'm wondering why "living the dream" has to be Las Vegas.  With online sports books, various casinos, horse racing tracks, etc in every state than why leave your family and friends? Being comfortable is the number one thing in life to even have a chance at making money in the gambling arena. If you are comfortable you won't be stressed.

I have seen two points of view on whether you can or can not make a living on any form of gambling. The answer to the question ultimately does come down to the individual and their ability to think and play under constant control and accept that $10-$20 wagers on anything vs $100-$200 that your expectations of trial winnings is totally different from the other. When you are wagering $20 on a throw of dice you will not end up winning $5000 on the day.

Its all about playing within yourself and realizing the amounts you are wagering vs possible real winnings. There are tons of ways to make money while gambling whether its sports, horses, or casinos but having a plan and discipline are the key.

I recently tried something that I will share with everyone. I really don't care who believes what or to what extent regarding this statement:
I am fortunate to live in an area of the country where I have access to 5 casinos within a 45 mile radius or there abouts covering 2 states. I decided to try and make $80 a day while playing 50/50 stuff at the roulette wheel and I was armed with $1000 when I sat down at the table. I will not discuss what strategy I use only to say that it is probably thing reverse of what most people do and how they think.

The results were-i went for 30 days this past October and spread out going to a different casino each day to help break the monotony that went with such a grinding style of play.  Yrs it was boring and tedious but as in everything I do I put my heart and soul into it. So during the 30 days I did manage to walk away every day with between $70-$90 dollars with no exceptions. The quickest it ever happened to me was it happened in 25 minutes and the longest it took me was 4 1/2 hours and I must say that was indeed a long and tedious day. 

My point Is that it can be done but it takes time and a conscious effort without losing site of that goal and expectations. I had to go there with $1000 in my pocket and was willing to risk between $10-$25 per spin. My biggest wager was $55.  It could have been very easy to risk more or set my sights on bigger fish with all that cash in my pocket but managed to stay the course.

I must admit that I really found it boring and tedious and I'm glad I at least went to the different cassinos to break things up a bit. In all made $2445 minus $453 for gas and tolls for a profit of $1992 or $66 a day.

I realize this was only a one month sample and playing roulette at all that 50/50 stuff wasn't glamourous and I wasn't drawing a crowd but I made money doing it my way.  What I found interesting was listening how everyone talks around the table with statements of hitting that big one at 17-1 or I came here to spend this $200 have fun and leave but my favorite statement that I heard from everyone was "I'm due or that number is due"......ya like numbers have a mind of their own.  

Again just sharing an experience and wondering why anyone would leave when the dream is right in your own backyard where friends, family, and familiarity breed comfort and elimate stress. It was only $66 a day but each day I walked out I felt a great accomplishment and at the end of the month it was nice little sum. 

Just sharing a small story and my thoughts. 

nice story INVEST, what system do you use to play roulette, I've never understood how you can get an edge at that game unless the dealer is not consistent in the spins


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Posted: 12/11/2012 2:09:59 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Parlayed:

It's all relative. What conditions your comfortable living with. Are a couple Mac Double Cheeseburgers good eneough to get ya' through the day, or is Steak required . Personaly, I plan on giving it another shot with a lot less than 25 large. Is a bigger stake easier on the nerves and give ya' a better chance ? Obviosly , but you deal with what you have. Good luck sir. It is always better to try and maybe fail, then to never have tried at all.


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Posted: 12/11/2012 4:37:30 PM
Hello Mr Bollox......its been awhile.....hope you are well.

You know I hate the word "system" as I don't use it with casino games, horse racing picks, or sports picks......this thing with the roulette was something I had tried off and on over a two year period and it never failed.  Again it had always been for small stakes with a goal of say $50 day.

Since it worked on the few occasions I tried it - I figured I'd give it s month test. Again its not a system as u would think and it took Me tons of trial and error and time. 

I won't say much only because I want to try it out for 2 more months. Also if success full maybe I will write an article on it and maybe I won't if I think it will change any income from coming into my hands. The one tip I will give is "think the opposite of everyone else who keep thinking DUE" ......and as for money management again no exact set amount or percentage because I use a variety of thought process on each spin albeit I have matches or doubled or tripled down on occasion. 

Mr b .......after I test 2 more months (whenever I decide to do it as sports is still my bread and butter to the toon of 9 hours a day and I love it as a life) I will pm you and a few other folks I respect and have added insight to my sports endeavors.

Take care........I'm almost done capping college b ball and my self induced break is over!

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winning at Roulette long term
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If you were to move to Vegas and your expenses were exactly $800 a month had a 10K bankroll, would it be possible for you live a full year by betting on Football only?  No money would be needed for food, rent, utilities, gas, car, etc.  Only payments at the end of each month would be $800. 

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Football is seasonal, say pre season if you were to bet is ridiculous, so say Sept. through Nov., then play gets limited to pros and bowls and playoffs.  I say no.
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I too want to live the Vegas dream. I think its possible with discipline and a decent bankroll. My goal would only to win an average of $100 a day or $700 a week. This is after you have enought to get going ( rent, food). I would work so I can pay my bills. Sports gambling is what I would do for a part time job. You can bet huge moneyline games during football and basketball season. After that, its hard due to the inconsistentsy of baseball betting. The period after football and basketball will get real dicey. So always have a job to keep you afloat. Good luck.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by Crashdavis565:


winning at Roulette long term
That is the funniest thing I have heard in a while

Winning long term at Roulette...  Another piece of great advice on Covers... LMFAO
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QUOTE Originally Posted by hnn1976:

I too want to live the Vegas dream. I think its possible with discipline and a decent bankroll. My goal would only to win an average of $100 a day or $700 a week. This is after you have enought to get going ( rent, food). I would work so I can pay my bills. Sports gambling is what I would do for a part time job. You can bet huge moneyline games during football and basketball season. After that, its hard due to the inconsistentsy of baseball betting. The period after football and basketball will get real dicey. So always have a job to keep you afloat. Good luck.

Baseball is a piece of cake to bet on. Much easier then other sports I personally think 
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I have one leg and I wanna move to Vegas, can somebody set me up with room and board, oh and a gambling system too. and a BankRoll too, I would like to turn $1000 into $100000 quickly so I won't have to rent very long. Also I'll need a large breakfast and a bed pan.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by Cheerleader100:

I have one leg and I wanna move to Vegas, can somebody set me up with room and board, oh and a gambling system too. and a BankRoll too, I would like to turn $1000 into $100000 quickly so I won't have to rent very long. Also I'll need a large breakfast and a bed pan.


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Posted: 12/20/2012 3:18:07 AM
After reading through all of these posts, I can't understand those that say just stay in your home town and bet online.
Where can you bet online from the USA? Over the past 7 years I have been excluded from Pinny and all of the other good off shore books. I am now stuck with BetUS for the past 2 years and they have 20 cent baseball lines which is horrible. Unless you have a foreign address, the best option is Nevada. Am I missing something here?
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