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Bob Dancer's 11/13 column

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by westie, Nov 13, 2012.

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  1. westie

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  2. sabre

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    Does Bob Dancer come across as an asshole in all of his columns?
     
  3. keno60

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    I feel he is very direct and focused on one theme; getting an edge. I wish I had his math ability. That can be offensive to some people as his analysis of the person putting church ahead of a voucher. I enjoy his perspective. And I happen to be religious.:nworthy:
     
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    Yes he does.
     
  5. MoneyToBurn

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    These are the sort of columns I find most interesting. I don't live in LV, so I can't take advantage of many of these long play, be there for the draw sort of things.

    It sounds ideal, this shares plan to splitting the win amongst different entrants. I remember another column a while back, though, where he opined about buying other's tickets at a rate much below the EV, with some resistance. It reminded me of a girl I dated who sold her tax return back to the tax preparation company for 90% or whatever it was she expected to receive as a return. I offered to buy it from her at 95%, but she'd never go for it. The business could take advantage of her, but not me.
     
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