Ballys & Caesars with DB

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Tedlark
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Re: Ballys & Caesars with DB

Post by Tedlark »

I apologize for getting the two mixed up. So was it FAA who so famously once announced that he would jump into the ocean if Phil hit a royal in Atlantic City? If it was FAA, what Ocean was he talking about jumping into? Knowing Ocean Resort & Casino wasn't open when the gauntlet was thrown would cut them out I guess.

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Post by FAA »

More precisely, jumping in on my RF. I actually had a RF in August. But $250 is hardly worth the trouble.

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Post by FAA »

I prematurely jeered Caesars five months ago. Yesterday was my second SF of May. $37.50, but exciting. Who could have foreseen such a reversal of fortune? My March RF was Bally's issue, however. I can't discard them, either.

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Post by bonsey »

LET'S GET TO THE GAME!

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Post by FAA »

Refreshing thread as a reminder to return to Bally's; nice $62 quad yesterday. It was lost among the ruins of a bust dollar day at Harrah's later. Harrah's is an undeniable money pit! I have never had any luck there, nor in the Marina in general. Strict Boardwalk player going forward.

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Post by FAA »

Boardwalk Bally’s sank me on Sunday. Despite my March Sunday RF, it’s generally impossible to win on Sunday just about anywhere in town! It may as well be the officially designated Casino Clawback Day. Hell, I lost a hefty $120 before the RF. I am halving BR and spending $22 on a four hour bike rental.

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