In this episode of the podcast, I talk to a pit manager and he answers some of your questions. YE broke into the casino business twelve years ago as a pit clerk and has worked his way up to a dealer, then a supervisor, and is now a pit manager. He enjoys the casino business and looks for new opportunities to learn more about it and is happy to discuss the industry with us. I culled questions from Twitter and he was eager to provide some insight.
In this episode, I take listener suggestions and discuss how we could make $100 last all day in Vegas. It's a challenge, but with a little creativity, you can make it work.
In this episode, I talk with author Philip Reed about becoming a money making blackjack player. Phil is a great guest and equally good person. In his latest book, he details his blackjack journey and his metacognitive development while doing it.
In this episode I give some tips if you have to plan a large group trip to Vegas. I'd love to hear your thoughts. Leave a review or head to Vegasfanboy.com!
In this episode, I discuss esports in Las Vegas and what the Downtown Grand is doing to try to capture the market.
In this episode I discuss how some have cheated Vegas, whether or not Vegas cheats us, and how we may cheat ourselves.
In this episode I, along with some Vegas friends, discuss some of the underappreciated places and experiences in Las Vegas.
Hey, we did it! Ep. 50! Thanks to all of you who've helped make this a ton of fun. On this show I'm joined by our favorite gamblers and ask them how they would make due being low rollers for a day.
In this episode, I chat with Chris from the Faces and Aces Podcast. We talk about activities to do that don't involve gambling. Ok, calm down. I think there are some good ideas here.
In this episode, I chat with Sportsbook Tom of theVegasParlay.com. We talk about how to navigate Las Vegas during the exciting time that is March Madness. Tom gives us plenty of tips to have a good, relatively inexpensive trip.
In this episode, I chat with Plaza CEO Jonathan Jossel. Here are a few things we discuss:
- Update on the rooftop pool renovation at the Plaza
- Plaza's positioning in the downtown landscape
- The importance (?) of marketing to Millennials
- The focus on skill-based gaming
- How the Plaza can continue to serve a strong gambling market
- What the Plaza is doing well and what it how it can improve
- Where you can find Jonathan hanging out on the property
In this episode I discuss, along with fellow low rollers Josh and Tim, the ups and downs of betting on the NFL. We talk about money management, how we pick games, and Tim shares his favorite place to watch games in Vegas.
In this episode, I discuss my recent trip during NFR. I talk restaurants, bars, and Absinthe.
In this episode I talk to Ken Smith, of blackjackinfo.com. Ken shares some great tips for new players including great places for low rollers to make their bets!
On this episode I discuss, among other things, a few notes from my wife's most recent trip.
In this episode I talk to Mark Pilarski. Mark is a nationally syndicated gambling columnist and 18 year industry professional. He's got some great stories to share with us! Be sure to check out Mark's website to see some past columns and to check out his audio and ebooks.
I'm giving away 5 copies of Mark's ebooks to VFB subscribers. If you want to be eligible, simply head to the "podcast" page and sign up. Thanks for listening- see you in Vegas!
In this episode I discuss, among other things, superstitions and cognitive biases us gamblers succumb to in Vegas.
In this episode I discuss, among other things, why skill based gaming wont save the casinos like they think. Sorry, Frissora.
In this episode I discuss, among other things, some of my favorite Vegas finds $5 and under. Some food, drink, and gambling...you know, the important things.
In this episode, I talk with Tom of the Vegas Parlay about a standard NFL betting line and how to go about placing a bet on your favorite team.