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Re: The hidden truth about casinos.
« Reply #75 on: January 30, 2018, 08:24:39 PM »

Go back and carefully read what is that I've written, or go find an adult that can read it and carefully explain it to you.

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By the way, we call those "things" quotation marks.
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Re: The hidden truth about casinos.
« Reply #76 on: January 30, 2018, 08:36:19 PM »
LOL. You also call petrol gas.

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Re: The hidden truth about casinos.
« Reply #77 on: January 31, 2018, 12:26:43 AM »
I have been kicked out from a couple of b&m casino, back in the days, in Europe. The formula they used was that "professional" gambler weren't allowed. Were very small establishments and they did run on a very low profit margin, so I think They just wished to have slot players and regular, well known, roulette players.
  What you fear, though, as a system player, is not to be kicked out, or banned by a casino because of your winning, but to be checked by other players, or generally speaking other guests, from gold diggers to thieves: a pretty lady starting to buzz around you is not welcomed, so aren't people following you on your way to the parking lot.

Casino's will not fear system people as long as they play losing systems, or something that once in a while fails. I think they see and check players who get the seat every other week with a new way of playing, sure of the final result. A consistent and heavy winner will not be very appreciated (but I guess, in big casino, tolerated).

For me, I always try to keep a low profile, few days here and there and a fixed amount to cash out. No reward cards, no cashiers, no frills. I also play some slots with part of the winning, seems to me it helps.

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Re: The hidden truth about casinos.
« Reply #78 on: January 31, 2018, 01:44:29 AM »
There are a few casino groups in South Africa that own all the casinos so even the smallest casino will have the backing of the mother company.
The bigger casinos have private areas for high stake players but to enter you must qualify for their gold, platinum or black players identity card.
Small gaming shops that offer pc slot games including roulette (also pc) are scattered all over the place like confetti at a wedding. Many pubs will have a small area with a few slot machines only.
Thought you might find the above interesting.