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Hi Shereevanest,

I will split it with you....

This is johnny from Albuquerque....

I would fly in Sunday morning the 11th Aug. ........rent a car and drive to the dealers school where I have been for a earlier Ellis/Keith seminar, so I know

my way and can quickly get there by around 9 to 9:30 I would estimate and give you 200 cash.

Would that work for you ? And for some unforseen catastrophere .......if I could not make it I will standby the $200 ! Or Ellis will pay it !! :) Huh Ellis ?

I will walk in wearing a baseball cap, that has "ALBUQUERQUE" on the front.

All kidding aside I'm good for my share !

Let me know.......

Thanks ,

johnny

ps.......Maybe I might fly on Saturday the 10th , day before the seminar , good possibility ???

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All right ...Good News Shereevanest.....and also ..THANKS KEITH !

I decided to fly in a day or even 2 early..... as Southwest in just overnight , doubled the price of their Sunday the 11th ticket....

I fly free on another major airline, but only if there is an seat, so thats why a day or 2 earlier, to insure a seat. plus, this other airline, does not arrive early enough on Sunday the 11th.

So if it's OK with you , can we just go with meeting up at sign up/checkin , by the front door , wearing my "ALBUQUERQUE" baseball cap and taking care of business ? Is that OK....or however ??? ...... :) I will get to the Crescent Dealer School , probably now as early as 8:30 / 9:00 am, since I will have arrived at least a day earlier !

Please let me know what , if any, info you need !

Thanks,

johnny/albuquerque

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Now there's a deal! 2 for one!

We will be showing you how to apply NOR to Roulette - but entertaining questions on anything.

True, the game odds of Roulette are not as good as Bac but many prefer the lower stakes of Roulette.

Plus, Roulette tends to stick closer to OTB4L.

Plus, unlike Bac, you can play 3 cards at once.

Plus, unfortunately in Bac we tend to always be making our highest bets on the weakest side. But not so in Roulette because we can trade bets. Suppose Black vs Red is your weakest card and gets to a 4 bet. But your best card happens to be Odd vs Even and is only at a 1 bet. Instead of making your highest bet on your weakest card (not too bright) you can trade bets and bet your 4 on your strongest card and your 1 on your weakest card. That way, unlike Bac, we can take advantage of which card is doing best.

BTW, get your score cards at any Bac table if they don't have any at their Roulette tables.

Now, suppose we are playing $2 units and we end up with a 6 bet ($12). Rather than hope the 0, 00 doesn't come up. we put a single chip on the line between the 0, 00. That way if the 0 or 00 come up we win $15 on it giving us a $3 profit. Now we can simply bet our 6 bet again rather that going to 7. See that? There are ways of sort of getting around the odds.

Like Bac, Roulette is always favoring something and it has 6 different things it can favor rather than only 2 like Bac. But, unlike Bac, we are always making our highest bets on whatever the game is favoring the best out of 6 instead of the worst out of 2.

Also we can get Keith to show us his system that won every time for 2 years. BUT, instead of always betting Repeats like Keith and Ron And Charley did, we will apply the NOR principle and bet on whatever is hitting the most - S40, OTB4L, or F. THAT is what they SHOULD have been doing.

Then Dennis can tell us about the Dealer side of the table. But show me a dealer who can hit the 0, 00 one out of 7 and I'll show you a dealer who is extremely vulnerable.

Like Bac, you need to know what is going on. THAT is what defeats the odds. And THAT is what we will be teaching you.

But don't be thinking Roulette is only for chickens. You can play for blacks too.

And, there are often spots open in Roulette when there aren't in Bac.

I'll also be showing you how one of our members won every single time he played. And he was 72 years old at the time.

Also, I'll teach you the Law of Unequal Distribution if you like betting numbers. It is the same oddity that says that if there are 50 people in a room the odds are at least 2 will have the same birthday. Again, a way to turn the odds into your favor.

These are just examples. We will teach them all in detail at the seminar.

Keith is offering the best deal ever for this seminar. We may never make that offer again. But it is only an advantage if you take advantage of it.

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That all sounds incredible

but what about for us other members who cant make it or live in another country?

Thanks

Dazza

I'm with you Dazza...The cost of the Seminar itself is minor compared to flights from Australia...accommodation...transport...loss of time from work etc.

I'd love nothing better than to attend (even if just to shake the hand of the man who changed my life) It sounds like the info provided would be invaluable...

Then ...there is the issue of "spousal repercussions" ...I'm thinking that informing the Missus that I'm just popping over to the US for a week to play Roulette while she stays at home to feed the dog...is hardly going to be conducive to harmonious marital relations.

I'm bloody certain that there is much to gain by attending the Seminar and it frustrates the hell out of me that circumstances make attendance unrealistic...Maybe next year

I don't know what the best solution is...maybe a video of the whole seminar

Oz

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I'm with you Dazza...The cost of the Seminar itself is minor compared to flights from Australia...accommodation...transport...loss of time from work etc.

I'd love nothing better than to attend (even if just to shake the hand of the man who changed my life) It sounds like the info provided would be invaluable...

Then ...there is the issue of "spousal repercussions" ...I'm thinking that informing the Missus that I'm just popping over to the US for a week to play Roulette while she stays at home to feed the dog...is hardly going to be conducive to harmonious marital relations.

I'm bloody certain that there is much to gain by attending the Seminar and it frustrates the hell out of me that circumstances make attendance unrealistic...Maybe next year

I don't know what the best solution is...maybe a video of the whole seminar

Oz

That all sounds incredible

but what about for us other members who cant make it or live in another country?

Thanks

Dazza

Well, we usually let those living on a different continent go for free but that doesn't help much. But we also usually make a video we then offer at about the same price as the seminar. We must maintain that price or nobody would go to the seminar which would mean we'd have no seminar and therefore no video, It's sort of a Catch 22. But then we also have the Roulette forum so nobody gets left behind - eventually.

Now, changing subjects, what to do about spouses???

So, in '92 I said to my wife Kathy, "I'm going off to play BJ". I left off the part about 3 years because I didn't even know that myself - yet. So I came home for a couple days after about 5 or 6 weeks and gave her half my winnings in cash. It was the biggest pile of money she'd ever seen. She, of course, responded with, "when are you leaving again?" "Tomorrow." "OK!"

5 or 6 weeks later I came home again and gave her an even bigger pile of cash. This time I said let's start a scolarship at the college - the same college where I had taught and where my daughter was taking Respiratory Therapy when she died in Intensive Care due to a lack of trained respiratory therapy personnel. She said "good idea". The next day, in my living room, in Saratoga Springs, sitting with the Pres and VP of the college, together we handed them $28,000 in cash. They handed us a portrait of the Canfield Casino - the first casino in the US and located right there in Saratoga Springs. It still hangs in my hall. See, they knew what I had been doing. The whole college knew. Now remember, this was '92. You'd half to multiply by about 10 to get today's dollars.

A few months and a few piles of cash later I got a call from one of my fellow teachers at the college telling me that I had become the biggest celebrity at the school. Also my first commission check for my first book NBJ had come in - $87,000. My wife said "So when are you leaving?" "Tomorrow." "OK!"

That is how to take care of spouses. No worries!

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Well, we usually let those living on a different continent go for free but that doesn't help much. But we also usually make a video we then offer at about the same price as the seminar. We must maintain that price or nobody would go to the seminar which would mean we'd have no seminar and therefore no video, It's sort of a Catch 22. But then we also have the Roulette forum so nobody gets left behind - eventually.

Now, changing subjects, what to do about spouses???

So, in '92 I said to my wife Kathy, "I'm going off to play BJ". I left off the part about 3 years because I didn't even know that myself - yet. So I came home for a couple days after about 5 or 6 weeks and gave her half my winnings in cash. It was the biggest pile of money she'd ever seen. She, of course, responded with, "when are you leaving again?" "Tomorrow." "OK!"

5 or 6 weeks later I came home again and gave her an even bigger pile of cash. This time I said let's start a scolarship at the college - the same college where I had taught and where my daughter was taking Respiratory Therapy when she died in Intensive Care due to a lack of trained respiratory therapy personnel. She said "good idea". The next day, in my living room, in Saratoga Springs, sitting with the Pres and VP of the college, together we handed them $28,000 in cash. They handed us a portrait of the Canfield Casino - the first casino in the US and located right there in Saratoga Springs. It still hangs in my hall. See, they knew what I had been doing. The whole college knew. Now remember, this was '92. You'd half to multiply by about 10 to get today's dollars.

A few months and a few piles of cash later I got a call from one of my fellow teachers at the college telling me that I had become the biggest celebrity at the school. Also my first commission check for my first book NBJ had come in - $87,000. My wife said "So when are you leaving?" "Tomorrow." "OK!"

That is how to take care of spouses. No worries!

I've taken this on board and will be targeting my wife's weak spot...her love of travel..."I'll take you all over the world sweetheart...if you don't mind me spending a little time in the casinos while you are out looking at old houses...castles...mountain ranges etc"

Also...I'll throw in the alternative "If you aren't happy about the casino bit...how about we buy a powered paraglider and the 2 of us tour through Europe in the air"...Given my past history (and the odd miscalculation) with my previous aerial pursuits (hang gliding...skydiving...gliding...parasailing) and her apprehension about any form of airborne activity shy of a major airline jumbo jet flight, I'm betting that I'll be booking my tickets in the near future...and spending quite a deal of time in the casinos of the world.

Of course...this has the potential to backfire rather badly if she happens to have "Powered Paraglider flight through Europe" on her bucket list

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I've taken this on board and will be targeting my wife's weak spot...her love of travel..."I'll take you all over the world sweetheart...if you don't mind me spending a little time in the casinos while you are out looking at old houses...castles...mountain ranges etc"

Also...I'll throw in the alternative "If you aren't happy about the casino bit...how about we buy a powered paraglider and the 2 of us tour through Europe in the air"...Given my past history (and the odd miscalculation) with my previous aerial pursuits (hang gliding...skydiving...gliding...parasailing) and her apprehension about any form of airborne activity shy of a major airline jumbo jet flight, I'm betting that I'll be booking my tickets in the near future...and spending quite a deal of time in the casinos of the world.

Of course...this has the potential to backfire rather badly if she happens to have "Powered Paraglider flight through Europe" on her bucket list

Wow, what a great undertaking. Personnally I'm not afraid of heights - I'm just afraid of falling from them.

I found myself at 12,000 feet in the Canaries, nervously looking down over a cliff at the tops of clouds and then the Atlantic Ocean far, far below. Even though I was among friends I was just contemplating how alone I felt way up there on the top of the world. Then a hang glider flew right over my head and over the edge into nothingness and disappeared into the clouds. My fear, standing on firm ground, suddenly seemed ridiculous.

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