Atlantic city blackjack report 2014
ATLANTIC CITY BLACKJACK REPORT─FEBRUARY by Frank and Alene Scoblete Alene Scoblete is the CEO of Paone Press, which sells gaming books and tapes at discount prices. She also writes for MATMM.ME We collect the most current condition reports and put them here for easy access! Casino Reports. Our experts report on what's hot and what's not at the gaming tables in these locations. These are the latest reports from the most current issues of Blackjack Insider. Las Vegas, Dec. Las Vegas, Dec. Pennsylvania, Dec. Atlantic City. Sep 08, · Tropicana AC Trip Report - 9/2/ to 9/5/ We headed to the Tropicana in AC on Tuesday 9/2. We went this exact same week (week after labor day) last year so I'll draw some comparisons. We arrived about noon and headed to the check in at the Havana tower.
Craps games were closed. The heart of this book focuses on what it means to be an expert player. What had once been the Playboy casino has not seen a bunny in many a decade but probably has seen rats scurrying in its empty lot. First they screwed up the craps tables so the dice go flying off the table every third roll and now they have decided to give the blackjack games a wicked colonoscopy with barbed wire. The six deckers are in the minority and the best are right by those giant escalators. Make sure you send me your address so I can get the book out to you. First they screwed up the craps tables so the dice go flying off the table every third roll and now they have decided to give the blackjack games a wicked colonoscopy with barbed wire.
Atlantic City Blackjack
Ken Smith's second e-book on tournament blackjack contains more of his winning strategies that have made him one of the best tournament blackjack players in the world. Read how Ken used skill to win a recent blackjack tournament.
Get his books and you could too! Frank Scoblete, is the 1 best-selling gaming author in America. Befriend Frank on Facebook. The great New York Yankees broadcaster Mel Allen used to scream this when a ball was leaving the park. Well, plenty of casinos are leaving Atlantic City, although their departure is a strikeout rather than a home run. Atlantic City is folding into itself; like that house at the end of the movie Poltergeist.
Come with me on a Boardwalk tour, starting at ACH, the southern end of the casino area, then going north. ACH is gone. Tropicana once called Tropworld seems to be doing fine. It is getting big players. Probably will survive. What had once been the Playboy casino has not seen a bunny in many a decade but probably has seen rats scurrying in its empty lot. An ugly concrete foundation. A true eyesore. Trump Plaza was nicknamed the "Trump Dump" the past few years. The casino looked ratty and plenty of ratty looking patrons slunk around in there.
I actually think it is ready to be vacated and become a ghost town. Time will tell. Claridge has closed its casino and has been sold. This was my favorite casino of all time. I started my life there and my gambling career. Sands is an empty lot.
Ken Smith's second e-book on tournament blackjack contains more of his winning strategies that have made him one of the best tournament blackjack players in the world. Read how Ken used skill to win a recent blackjack tournament. Get his books and you could too! Her husband, Frank Scoblete, is the 1 best-selling gaming author in America.
Befriend Frank on Facebook. We thank many of our readers for helping us to stay as updated as possible. Because as AC starts to become a semi-ghost town it might be nice to know which ghosts are floating over the waves. In addition, I decided to give you a rundown of what the casinos did this past April against what they did in April of And to give you what they have done in the year to date.
Keep in mind that for more than half a decade now Atlantic City by and large has been declining month after month, year after year, from previous months and years. Also keep in mind a casino could have been blasted for several years so an increase in revenue does not necessarily mean the casino is recovering nicely.
It could be experiencing its last breaths. Sometimes casinos will offer surrender a rarity. Just about all casinos have gone to the H17, although most will have some games where dealers stand on soft 17 high roller rooms. The best games in terms of penetration and number of decks are invariably found in the high roller rooms.
Players can double on any first two cards; they can split two or three times make sure you ask about this or read the signs on the table ; aces can only be split once and each ace receives one card the standard rule all across the country.
I am trying to write an ATM program in Visual Basic with a preview box but whenever I clock the preview button before the proceed button my values "double up". For example if I input 10 into the transaction value box with deposit and hit preview I get , but when I then hit proceed a I get Any idea's where I could be going wrong?
I know I have to reset the balance after the preview value but I don't know how. Create a local variable inside Preview Button Click event as a "balance preview" variable that gets defined with the balance variable's value. Modify the Withdraw and Deposit functions to accept two passed variables one for the amount and one for the balance.
Modify the preview and proceed click event modules to pass down the appropriate balance variable either balance for the proceed, or the "balance preview" for the preview. Make sure to include the ByRef on the result variable because you want to pass that one by reference meaning you want to actually change the value inside the second variable you pass. What this will do is pass the BalancePreview variable to the functions if the Preview button is clicked, or it will pass the actual Balance variable if the Proceed button is clicked.
Either way, it modifies the actual variable that is being passed. This ensures the Balance variable stays updated only when appropriate. Learn more. Asked 4 years, 6 months ago. Active 4 years, 5 months ago. Viewed 3k times. Object, ByVal e As System. EventArgs Handles Label2. EventArgs Handles topUpButton. EventArgs Handles MyBase. EventArgs Handles clearButton1. EventArgs Handles confirmButton. Click If pinBox. OK, MessageBoxIcon. EventArgs Handles Label4. EventArgs Handles clearButton2.