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Gambling with an Edge“Gambling With An Edge” is a unique cyber-hub where some of most-respected minds in professional gambling collectively share their expertise, advanced-strategy tips, insights, and opinions via the GWAE “SuperBlog” and weekly GWAE radio show. The expertise to be found here spans the full spectrum of casino games, advantage-play techniques, and legal-wagering opportunities in the U.S., with contributors including James Grosjean (AP, table games), Bob Dancer (video poker), Richard Munchkin (AP, author), Blair Rodman (poker), Frank B. (sports betting), and others.

  • Which Is It?
    A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about a casino running a food drive for the local food banks and offering free play to players who donated the most food. For those of you who listen to the Gambling with an Edge podcast, you now know that was the... Read more »
  • podcast – Anthony Curtis
    Our guest this week is Anthony Curtis, owner of Huntington Press, and publisher of The Las Vegas Advisor. We discuss room rates for New Years, the new Member Rewards book, and what is new in Las Vegas. podcast click to listen – alt click to download Show Notes [00:00] Introduction... Read more »
  • An Early Christmas Present
    In my email inbox, I regularly receive pictures of royal flushes and other video poker jackpots. Frequently, I get thanks in the email saying that if my writing and classes hadn’t taught the emailer how to play, they’d never have a chance. And then the picture of the royal is... Read more »
  • The Proposed Federal Bill on Sports Wagering
    As he promised he would before retiring, Senator Orrin Hatch introduced a new federal sports wagering bill this week. The stated goal of this bill is to regulate and standardize sports wagering among states that legalize it. Let’s take a look at what the bill could provide, both good and bad,... Read more »
  • Podcast – Anthony Curtis
    Our guest this week is Anthony Curtis, owner of Huntington Press, and publisher of The Las Vegas Advisor. podcast click to listen – alt click to download Show Notes [00:00] Introduction of Anthony Curtis, publisher of Huntington Press and Las Vegas Advisor [00:34] Louisiana law that prevents skilled players from... Read more »
  • Counting the Same Thing Twice
    I received some emails from a player, call him “Sam,” who was trying to talk himself into playing 8/5 Double Double Bonus Poker Multi Strike, a game that returns 97.07% when played well. It returns far less than that for most players because the game requires four separate strategies to... Read more »
  • Podcast – Jimmy Jazz
    This week Bob and I talk to Jimmy Jazz. We talk about some credit card plays, auto rentals, and casino promotions. We encourage your questions, and you can send them to gamblingwithanedge@gmail.com.podcast click to listen – alt click to downloadShow Notes[00:00] Intro of Jimmy Jazz, frugal travel and credit card... Read more »
  • How Would I Attack It?
    A friend lives near the Hollywood Casino in Toledo, Ohio. In October and November, they ran a Thursday food drive promotion with the following features: On Thursdays, everyone who brings a non-perishable food item spins for $5 – $500 free play. Top five donators by weight every Thursday spin for... Read more »
  • Podcast – Listener emails
    This week Bob and I answer questions submitted by our listeners. We encourage your questions, and you can send them to gamblingwithanedge@gmail.com. podcast click to listen – alt click to download Show Notes [00:00] Intro [00:35] Richard’s recent experience on a Norwegian Cruise Line. [06:12] Richard’s AutoSlash experience with a... Read more »
  • My Experience with Gaming — Part II of II
    In last week’s blog, I laid out the nature of my beef with the Rainbow Casino. I was basically fighting over whether I could have someone play off $2,400 in free play — or get a check for $1,200. Whether my case had any merits or not, this was too... Read more »

 

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