I was not going to submit a report because this was mainly a business trip. I went to Vegas last week for a continuing legal education seminar. I was staying an off-strip hotel that did not have a casino. On the first full day, after 8 hours of listening to speakers, I had a quick dinner with some fellow participants and then had to attend to some urgent work matters. On the second and last day of the seminar, a member (who was also in attendance) of one of the law firms that my company works with offered to take me dinner. A couple of other people tagged along and we decided to go to RM Seafood. I couldn't go to Vegas and not gamble. Fortunately, the other people in the group had the same idea. We sat down at the $50 DD blackjack table next to the Eyecandy Lounge. With Mandalay Bay being my home base, I was able to take a marker out for $2500. For the next 45 minutes, everyone at the table had the run of their life. We won about 90% percent of our hands and wagered aggressively. When I lost, it was typically a low wager. I won the first 10 hands of the initial shoe. I won every double down and split. I had only one other run like this before but it was back in the days that I was more comfortable betting red chips instead of green and black chips. When the new dealer was about ready to come, we decided to play one more hand. I was up $8800. I wanted to reach 10k. So I bet $1200 and bet $100 for the dealer. I won that hand with a 20. I paid off my marker and pocketed 10k. The other 3 walked away with 11k, 7.7 and 6k respectively. After dinner, I had to go back and work but it was not easy. Unfortunately, this nice profit will likely be used to pay off the AMT tax that I will owe Uncle Sam.