Las Vegas

This past few days was an opportunity to put my skills to the test. While intuition proved useful, the House had a greater advantage: I played at the Single Zero roulette tables (most casinos have two zeros), which statistically have better odds, but not when the House controls the tilt of the wheel to an insane level, rendering intuition nearly useless in a sea of true massive chaos theory at work. I have never seen a wheel behave as unpredictably as the one at their tables. I stood from afar and would kinda see what was going on at each table, feel a particular energy st the right time, place my bet, and win.

Craps was to have like 1000x odds or whatever that means, but the tables’ spikes controlled the game to where many losing 7’s would come out.

Slots are crazy addicting. There’s something magical about all the sounds and lights-it’s so easy to see a machine and put in a few dollars. I had one particularly large win on the Wheel of Fortune (I’ve always had good feelings about this) and ran away.

The Single Deck Blackjack tables were the best deal on the strip-reasonable minimums, fantastic odds, and probably the safest game in the entire casino, but you have to know the rules and how to play spiritually.

I’m so glad to be back home. It was amazing, but it’s much better to be in the Light.

The Riviera was the place to stay. I will totally stay there again-if you want to look at the parallel world university, stay there. The circus Circus across the street is a museum and there’s major construction in the mines on Paradise. I had deja vu at least five times a day while I was there and I found the missing link between the otherworldly and the Conscious.

When it comes to gambling, if you want to win big in roulette, don’t play in Las Vegas where the odds are much more against you. If you want to play it that badly and just love it, play Money Wheel: the payouts are slightly less, but it’s much more in your favor. Roulette outside of Vegas is great because most casinos don’t have the last 20 rolls didisplayed above-which is the one thing that will get you to throw logic into the equation and subsequently lose.


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