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MickyP

My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« on: December 31, 2018, 03:13:44 PM »
I am spending New Years Eve at home because I love my dogs. Tomorrow I will spend with my daughters because I love them too. I love them more than my dogs but they don't need a THUNDER BUDDY when the fireworks goes off.

What do I do when I win big? I put the excess aside because I always anticipate failure. Failure is part of my business plan and I don't forecast or predict it because I can't. I simply plan for it. Dealing directly with negative impulses which are inevitable in the game allows me room to move. I am not always on point but I am constantly aware of my situation.

Palestis approach to the game is a game changer.
Dobbelsteen has words that are value added to the game.
MrPerfect is silently winning and nobody takes notice.
Mr J is a boarder wall; a real Thunder Buddy. Pay attention to the one liners.
Rimsky is what the forum was designed for. Go for it!
Giajjenno is a love struck teenager and keen to learn but fumbles to get his pants down. Sorry bud!
Scepticus is no challenge; stuck on the same old same old
Thomasleor the Poacher has no pity from me.
ShadowBlue like Rinsky has one eye on the ball and the other on the wheel.
Third is REAL trying out system/strategy/method play. A lot more friendly and as usual has valuable tips.
Kav a man of few replies but every reply has substance.

I could go on and maybe will in a later post. I have enjoyed the forum over the last year and look forward to the next.

I thank my Lucky numbers that I was able to eat well this year and save for my family to ox wagon outa here. Third world is a losing method no matter how you play it. This brings me to MAKO; I'm still waiting for your acknowledgement that Tucker Carlson was indeed correct in his program about South Africa.

On a final note for this post; this is for Thomasleor... I was not indoctrinated by Apartheid from a young age because I grew up in Zambia, an old British colony. My White hoytie toytie was gifted to me by the Black population of Zambia who were suppressed by the  colonial masters of the time (the British). The British are the originators of supremacy. Not even the French could clone the deceit of the British. My mother was of French Huguenot decent. My father who I admire deeply was a man who fought for what he believed in and he left South Africa because he did not agree with the system. This was in 1953. I am my fathers child but I am also a father who wants his children safe. Because I show concern for the well being of my children you brand me with your very own historic iron of Almighty IQ syndrome. What an Asshole you are!
Walk a day in my shoes; fortify your home, love your dogs more because they are your ears when you have non. Lament the loss of the pigment of your skin, daily, you may be next.
I do not hate but I do hate the inevitable. Time is so precious to us all.
Step away from your PC battleground for a moment and see what is happening in the real world.
« Last Edit: December 31, 2018, 03:24:20 PM by MickyP »
 
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thomasleor

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2018, 03:54:57 PM »
Leuke storie.  Nou weet ek wat jou swakheid is. Ek gaan regtig met jou in 2019 pret geniet. 8)
 

MickyP

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2018, 04:11:09 PM »
[quote author=thomasleor link=topic=2632.msg42375#msg42375 date=1546271697]
Leuke storie.  Nou weet ek wat jou swakheid is. Ek gaan regtig met jou in 2019 pret geniet.  8)


What Tommy-boy just posted "Nice story. Now I know what your weakness is. I'm really going to enjoy fun with you in 2019."

For a non South African you seem to know an awful lot about the history of the country not to mention the Afrikaans language. Are you one of the pommies who ran when the blanket you shielded yourself with got splattered with the blood of Amie Biehl? No disrespect to her, she had good intentions. I could go on and on but the forum is about roulette.

Why do you post on this forum Thomasleor?
 

juice

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2018, 06:25:35 PM »
Third is not Real.
It is obvious that Mike was correct, Third is Reyth.
Why the mystery? Who knows?
But only Reyth spelled " cool " , kewl, and " yeah " , Ya.  Just like Third.
Reyth also admits to have never played in a B&M casino, Real Only plays in real casino to my best recollection.
Mr. J, is a winner, but can not accept that there are winners that do not play as he does. But he is direct and sincere in his tutelage.
Good luck to all in 2019, and beyond.

 
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mr j

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2018, 06:54:44 PM »
"but can not accept that there are winners that do not play as he does" >> I pretty much go along with this, good or bad. Thing is, I did EVERYTHING (and more) the other "winners" claim to do. Take Steve H. from RF.
I cant stand the guy but I give credit where its due. He is constantly laughing about progressions, many numbers, virtual etc. Its just odd, Steve, Turbo, Real, Mike etc. between those 4, they have at least 100 years experience with this game. For the most part (not 100%), they agree with my views OR I agree with them (lol)That cant be a coincidence. Lets say there was a new member here. Has been playing for two years, B&M.Nothing personal to the guy but I have no interest listening to his advice.
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juice

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2018, 07:34:07 PM »
Mr. J,
I can understand not listening to others advice, that is normal for someone that has found his own groove.
Also understandable, is that you have gravitated to others that play with the same mindset.
I will not go into how I ultimately play because it does not interest you, however I have been playing for many, many years full time, and I do make a generous amount.
If I had to compare my mindset to another member, it would be likened to gizmo.
We have eerily similar points of view.
So in short, birds of a feather sort of thing.....
At the end of the day, we can all say, "we tried it all", and settled into what resonates with us personally.
If you and the others you mentioned do not want to believe that others can not win in any other way, those are your prerogatives, but in my case, and in some other players that make money playing, you are ultimately incorrect.
I'm not here to argue, so I come in peace and hopefully go in peace as well, having made my point.

Thanks for your contributions, I do enjoy them, and I know your heart is in the right place, and never blamed you for NOT wanting to give up your methods in their entirety.

 
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mr j

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #6 on: December 31, 2018, 07:36:01 PM »
Said like a gentleman.
 

mr j

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #7 on: December 31, 2018, 07:46:47 PM »
@MickyP >> For the record, I was wrong, sorry. Trying to kick off 2019 in the right way. I thought you were RouletteGhost, sorry about that. I USUALLY can spot a double agent but I'm not perfect at it.

Ken
 

MickyP

Re: My Reflection on 2018: MickyP
« Reply #8 on: December 31, 2018, 07:56:02 PM »
Lol No problem Ken; it was fun at the time...lol

As I stated a while back, I don't have an issue with you, I think your views on the wall softened me up a little.

Enjoy.