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Tomorrow Starts My Week of Degenerate Gambling!

Hello my fellow degens!
update. I’m tracking daily progress in the comments below. Day 4 ended; $1245 ahead so far.
Tomorrow morning, I set sail on the Oasis of the Seas to cruise the Caribbean for a week! I've got $5k set aside for gambling and a couple of obstacles to overcome. My wife and I were waffling over the amount to set aside for a gambling budget; I was originally planning $10k or $20k, but I was unable to solicit any commitments from Club Royale that they would raise table limits or accommodate my play requests since I wasn't an established player...so I don't want the risk of carrying around that kind of cash for no avail. All their tables are $5 - $1000, even the European roulette table.
Obstacle #1: Newbie
Having not cruised with Royal Caribbean before, I'm not yet a member of Club Royale and new to the Crown and Anchor society; nor is there any link between Club Royale and where I've been gambling for the last decade...so I have no perks, membership rewards, nothing.
I'll be damned if I am going to pay for drinks in the casino despite not having a perk level to get free drinks, I'm hoping a friendly conversation with the casino manager and/or pit boss when I first go into the casino about why I chose that ship (I literally chose the Oasis of the Seas because it has a single-zero roulette table on it, unlike most non-RCCL ships, and 14 of the other 25 RCCL ships).
Obstacle #2: Table Time!
The Oasis of the Seas is one of the few cruise ships that have a single zero roulette table. They have one American table, and one European table. Previous cruisers I have inquired with noted that while they saw the table existed, it was never open. As a casino, you would of course prefer players sit at the American table with double the house advantage. I will never again play American roulette.
I did spend some time in the last couple of months learning how to play craps - pass line / no pass line bets, odds maxing, triple mollys, even martingaling field bets...in case they WON'T open the single zero table. But I'm hoping if I am well dressed, and sit down at the table by myself, make a giant pile of $100 bills, and stare at the pit boss with lonely eyes, they might reconsider.
Obstacle #3: Comps!
Table games notorious have less comps than slots...on cruise ships, even more so. One guy I was talking to told me that his wife got a $400 comp voucher on this ship for playing through $100 in slots in an hour, while he got $100 in comps for playing through $1500 on the craps table in three days.
I need to figure out how to not be screwed for comps. Free drinks, future cruise discounts, free cruises...I'm used to Casinos at Sea offering me free stuff as a "valued casino patron" with Norwegian; but being new to RCCL, I need this first cruise to establish me as a customer that they want to invite back for less than full priced cruises, to give me excuses to live in their onboard casino.
Anyway - it'll be fun! Share any thoughts you might have on overcoming these obstacles.
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Leaving on the Oasis of the Seas tomorrow!

Hello my fellow cruisers!
Tomorrow morning, I set sail on the Oasis of the Seas to cruise the Caribbean for a week! I've got $5k set aside for gambling and a couple of obstacles to overcome. My wife and I were waffling over the amount to set aside for a gambling budget; I was originally planning $10k or $20k, but I was unable to solicit any commitments from Club Royale that they would raise table limits or accommodate my play requests since I wasn't an established player...so I don't want the risk of carrying around that kind of cash for no avail. All their tables are $5 - $1000, even the European roulette table.
Obstacle #1: Newbie
Having not cruised with Royal Caribbean before, I'm not yet a member of Club Royale and new to the Crown and Anchor society; nor is there any link between Club Royale and where I've been gambling for the last decade...so I have no perks, membership rewards, nothing.
I'll be damned if I am going to pay for drinks in the casino despite not having a perk level to get free drinks, I'm hoping a friendly conversation with the casino manager and/or pit boss when I first go into the casino about why I chose that ship (I literally chose the Oasis of the Seas because it has a single-zero roulette table on it, unlike most non-RCCL ships, and 14 of the other 25 RCCL ships).
Obstacle #2: Table Time!
The Oasis of the Seas is one of the few cruise ships that have a single zero roulette table. They have one American table, and one European table. Previous cruisers I have inquired with noted that while they saw the table existed, it was never open. As a casino, you would of course prefer players sit at the American table with double the house advantage. I will never again play American roulette.
I did spend some time in the last couple of months learning how to play craps - pass line / no pass line bets, odds maxing, triple mollys, even martingaling field bets...in case they WON'T open the single zero table. But I'm hoping if I am well dressed, and sit down at the table by myself, make a giant pile of $100 bills, and stare at the pit boss with lonely eyes, they might reconsider.
Obstacle #3: Comps!
Table games notorious have less comps than slots...on cruise ships, even more so. One guy I was talking to told me that his wife got a $400 comp voucher on this ship for playing through $100 in slots in an hour, while he got $100 in comps for playing through $1500 on the craps table in three days.
I need to figure out how to not be screwed for comps. Free drinks, future cruise discounts, free cruises...I'm used to Casinos at Sea offering me free stuff as a "valued casino patron" with Norwegian; but being new to RCCL, I need this first cruise to establish me as a customer that they want to invite back for less than full priced cruises, to give me excuses to live in their onboard casino.
Anyway - it'll be fun! Share any thoughts you might have on overcoming these obstacles.
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Casino smoking exemption blasted by health groups

Health groups have blasted a bid by James Packer's Crown Limited to allow smoking across the entire gaming floor of its proposed Sydney casino, an area that could be as large as two and a half rugby league fields.
Quit Victoria executive director Fiona Sharkie said the move was "extremely concerning" and accused Crown of "putting profit before the health of their staff and consumers".
NSW Cancer Council manager of tobacco control Scot Walsberger said the organisation was "disappointed" in the NSW government's conditional approval of the proposal and said potential employees would have to choose "between a job at the casino and their health".
Crown's proposal, conditionally accepted by NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell on Thursday, describes allowing smoking in the gaming area as "absolutely critical". The company has proposed a 24 hour-a-day gaming area of up to 20,000 square metres – about the size of the MCG playing surface and slightly bigger than that of the SCG.
"It's such a backward step considering that we've had smokefree workplaces in this country across different states for probably two decades," Ms Sharkie said.
"We don't think there should be exemptions for high-roller rooms – they're still exposing workers to enormous harms."
In a letter to the NSW Government, released by Crown on Thursday, Mr Packer said: "In order to effectively compete with Macau, Singapore and the rest of Asia, Crown Sydney will need to permit smoking in VIP gaming areas."
Crown's Sydney rival, The Star, enjoys a similar exemption from NSW laws in its high roller areas and Crown's Melbourne high-roller area, the Mahogany Room, is exempt from Victorian anti-smoking laws.
Mr Packer said Crown had struck a deal with union United Voice "in relation to the issue of installing and maintaining state-of-the-art air quality technology".
However, Ms Sharkie said there was "no safe level of exposure to second-hand smoke".
"The research shows you need a tornado-like suction to be of any benefit, so the risk of harm is very high – they don't work, these curtains or ventilation devices.
A Crown spokesman said the company "takes the issue of staff occupational health and safety extremely seriously".
"A surgical operating theatre requires at least 20 air exchanges an hour, Crown's investment in state of the art air filtration ensures we are in excess of 30 exchanges," he said.
The entire Sydney gaming floor at Crown's proposed Sydney casino is to be a "VIP gaming area", with entry restricted to members and a minimum bet per hand of $20.
However, Ms Sharkie said she was sceptical of moves to restrict access by the general public.
"I don't think they would really be filled with extremely wealthy international gamblers because I don't think they're going to need 20,000 square metres," she said.
"So I don't know how the casino is defining a VIP, but we are aware here [in Victoria] that it's pretty easy to get a VIP pass to Crown."
24/7
Crown proposes the gaming area will operate "24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year" with "no limit on the number of table games".
Dealers are to operate traditional baccarat, blackjack and roulette tables but there are also to be "semi-automated table games and fully automated table games".
Crown says it will offer some non-smoking gaming tables, "reflecting the preferences of some VIP gaming customers".
Under a memorandum of understanding reached with union United Voice, air quality is to be tested every three months and the results reported to health and safety representatives.
The test results are to be handed over to the government and an annual report tabled in NSW Parliament.
Mr Walsberger called on the states to join together in a national ban on smoking in high-roller rooms.
"The disappointment here is that we aren't even sticking with the status quo, we're offering a new, very large casino in a very large space to get this additional exemption."
On Thursday, Crown's proposal advanced to stage three of the NSW government's approval process for "unsolicited proposals", which the government said "involves the finalisation of all outstanding issues with a view to entering into a binding agreement, if the government decides to accept the final offer".
Fairfax Media has approached United Voice for comment.
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/business/casino-smoking-exemption-blasted-by-health-groups-20130708-2plbm.html#ixzz2YQ0JDRzX
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GTA Online Economy Thoughts (2AM Rant & wall of text)

Alright everybody. Grab your comfy chairs and shut your faces, cuz I'm gonna (hopefully) start a discussion on something amazing. Something so mind-explodingly exciting that it'll blow your face through the back of your head. That's right, we're talking about the economy. Okay, that's probably not as exciting as it sounds, but at least it's the economy of an island teeming with murderous psychopaths, movie stars, and plenty of hookers and blackjack! The reason I wanted to bring this up is because Los Santos has a serious issue with its economy. And if you need proof of the problem, simply search "GTA V Money Glitch" on whatever the hell your favorite browser is, and look how many results show up.
Y'see... it's about supply and demand. The players demand money, and Rockstar provides ways to obtain said money. Whether it be missions, races, heists, or even those god-awful shark cards, there are plenty of different ways of getting money. The problem I see, is that simply not enough of these options give decent payout. And for the few that actually do, people just farm the everloving fuck out of them!
"But that's just like the real world economy. It's hard to get money."
Yes, thank you Captain Obvious. And Sergeant Sarcasm here hears your idea, rejects it, and substitutes this one instead: This isn't the real world we're talking about. Let's face it, we play games to have fun. We kick back and relax. Mash some buttons. Probably rage a bit at the same person who's killed you for the 47th time in- ...anyways, it's a game. We play it to escape from the real world to have fun. Getting money shouldn't be a chore. So grinding the same blasted jobs over and over again isn't making the game very enjoyable IMO. Now don't get me wrong, I'm not asking for free handouts here. (Even though we already get the seemingly random $2k every once in a while for "good behavior".) I'm simply asking that a few things be thought about, and hopefully tweaked.
First of all... the name of the game. That's right, the name of the game. "Why?" you ask? Because it makes absolutely no sense that the game be called "Grand Theft Auto" if you can't steal cars online. We've all been there. We see a nice car driving around that we'd like to steal, or check out upgrades, or sell, or whatever the hell else you people do with your cars. And what does it say? "This vehicle is too hot to modify..." Excuse me?! Why is this an issue? It doesn't happen in single player, why is it a thing in online? If it's to make players work up money to buy their cars, then it's a bloody stupid reason.
Then how do I think the car issue could be solved? Simple! The upgrade cost of cars. Instead of a vehicle being "too hot to modify", make it more expensive to modify a hot car. Simply double the cost of all upgrades and customization for the car. This would give people the choice of buying a car legally off the site and receiving the bonus of cheap upgrades, or stealing a car and paying more to upgrade it. This makes sense because even with the car being "hot", someone will probably work on it and look the other way about it being stolen... for the right price. It would put a decent dent in the economy because then people could still have a decent car (even without upgrades), and they could use their money elsewhere. And let's face it! The cars are the crown jewel of this game. Nothing burns a hole in our pocket more than the desire to pimp our rides, or blow all our hard farmed earned cash on new ones.
Next up is how we obtain money. Don't get me wrong, I'm very happy with all the updates that Rockstar has pushed out. Each one (save for some of the holiday updates) giving us a new way of obtaining money. But the only real game-changing one was the one we've been requesting since the bloody game was released! We need more variety. Take a look at the heists update Rockstar, and what do you see? A lot of happy people. We adore the change from the monotony of hopping from one mission to the next. Now let's see some more.
Remember when a few lines ago I mentioned blackjack? Well it should be a thing. The casino. It's been discussed, hinted at, and gazed upon for quite some time now, and it doesn't look like we're any closer from that "Coming Soon" sign to those doors actually opening. This would be an amazing update! And other than the hundreds (if not thousands) of new models and textures, an easy one as well! You already have a betting system in place with the jobs, so I'm sure with a bit of tweaking this could be copied over to some casino-esque mini games such as roulette, slot machines, or even horse racing down at the track! Albeit that last one is a long-shot as it would involve adding horses, and thus a metric fuckton of new code, models, and other problems. For the rest of casino games (which I have no clue as I have no knowledge of casinos IRL outside of movies), I presume simple card games with a random variable generator and a few "if" statements wouldn't be too hard to do either. This update could provide a whole new and exciting way for people to earn or lose money. Hell you could even include an exclusive car that can only be won at the casino. Just be sure to tweak the odds a teeny tiny little bit more towards the player's favor, as we all know Casinos IRL are designed to take your money.
Aaaaand stocks. This one is a bit confusing to me, as there is a fully-functioning online market in single player... but not multiplayer. What gives? I presume it's some sort of coding issue, or maybe even legality, but it doesn't make much sense to me. I think (if anything), Rockstar believes this would be too easy for people to make money from, so they simply chose not to add it. Although they tantalize us with the thought of it when we visit the web page. If you don'y want people making massive bank off of it, then simply put a limit! You could easily limit trades to once/twice per in-game day, or even put a cap on it. Like you can only have a max of $1M in the stock market. Again, I have no knowledge of how the code for the game works, or how stocks work. Just an idea. Bite me.
Another idea is random events and/or collectibles. Maybe have a chest of pirate treasures randomly spawn somewhere in the ocean? Or perhaps have "celebrities" randomly spawn and drop more money? I haven't put much thought into this one, but I feel like there could be more added to it than the regular "blow up this" or "shoot that".
That's all for now, as I can now hear the friggin' birds chirping outside, and I started typing this around 2AM. But please... PLEASE... prove me wrong. Say how these ideas wouldn't work, and say some of your own. This isn't sarcasm, this is a legitimate request. the whole point of this post was to start a conversation, and maybe even spark a few ideas. Hell, and if you've even read this far... thank you. Sincerely. It's not often that someone will go out of their way to listen to someone ramble on, and that's especially true on the internet.
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