QUOTE Originally Posted by KushJ: Do pro sports bettors hang out there a lot? Are they easy to talk to, I imagine they maybe sweating games. I have never been there live in Henderson its a little drive
Kush, these guys do not know what they are talking about. there are pro gamblers at M resort almost every day. A lot of times they will set up tables where you can meet, greet, take photos and get autographs. They are always willing to give you their number 1 play of the day for free. It is worth the drive, good luck brother.
QUOTE Originally Posted by CovasBrotha: Kush, these guys do not know what they are talking about. there are pro gamblers at M resort almost every day. A lot of times they will set up tables where you can meet, greet, take photos and get autographs. They are always willing to give you their number 1 play of the day for free. It is worth the drive, good luck brother.
Vegas, I have personally witnessed Mayweather putting down 100 dimes on a game. I have seen him picking up 200 grand as well. I have also seen others put down more than that. Please do not tell me what I have and have not seen. Thanks.
Someone who is new to this forum and starts a thread asking how large payoffs are made in Vegas does not have access to watching someone like "Money" make or collect bets, the setup at The M would not permit you close to him....even if you were ever in Vegas.
No offense, but you have no idea what you are talking about. Being new to this forum just means I don't post on message boards. As for Floyd, he can be seen by anyone in the casino, but I happened to have met him as well. I watched him pick up 190k on a 1st half bet on Duke in the sweet 16. I don't do my gambling in Vegas, but can assure you that I have made bets that exceed your entire net worth.
....Since you are such a "sharp," and have been part of 6-figure payouts, WHY WOULD YOU REGISTER ON THIS WEBSITE AND START YOUR FIRST THREAD WITH A "5TH-GRADE QUESTION?"
You should certainly, since you are a major player in Vegas, have strong insight into the workings of major sportsbooks and how payouts are made......especially since you have made bets in excess of 2.4M.....yes?
I was at the M last year for the SBOWL. On saturday was playing horses in the book witch is actually run by Cantor not the M. for some unknown reason they allow sports betting and horse betting in the same teller lines. most properties seperate them because race bettors have time constraints and u have all day to get sports plays in. anway im standing in line looking up at the odds, look down and theres this little black kid cant be more then 7 r 8 holding hands with guess who. Floyd Mayweather, Floyd has like this leather zipper like thing and proceeds to bet 80k on green bay. Ive also seen him at the sports book at the Orleans.never saw what he bet there. i live in austin texas and have been going out to vegas 2 or 3 times a year since 80s. I think the M is one of the best properties in my opinion. cantor offers in line wagering during live events if ur into that but have stopped giving drink tickets at all because of the amount the m was charging them. of course casino drinks are free at the tables and machines. if you arent playing there bar drinks are 5 bucks for whatever u want, during the superbowl they had 2 dollar specials. at every bar!!!! we had a freakin blast. I have noticed some changes since penn national took over the M but over all its still very nice my wife raves about the spa .they have great pool parties. vegas gourmet i dont understand the hostility but the "set up" at the M has 5 dollar bettors in line with dime players. now if theres a different method of collecting im not aware of it.
VegasGourmet is basically a troll on this forum. If he does offer value, it's only by recommending different restaurants that people should just google, because he most certainly offers nothing else. Talking down to others and denying what they say all the time will only get you so far and I think people are basically sick of it.
Hey VegasGourmet, look at that youtube video and how he walks right in there and even says hello to a guy at a table. So i guess you were wrong about that too huh? Looks like you're real popular on this forum bud. Stick to recommending restaurants. You don't know shit otherwise.
M is uncomfortable and expensive for the average weekend better. I have been a few times for football and if you want to play a few hundred bucks and enjoy the game you really have to spend cash to get a good seat and chill for the day. I don't like the cubicle seats and there is no general area to sit with friends and watch the game. I must admit the waitress's there are friendly and pretty. South point if my favorite if I want to really relax and enjoy the game. Waitress's are friendly but not pretty.
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