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  1. #11
    Radar
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    Radar: Re: Legal Alternate IDs

    > Not always. For example, through ID by Mail
    > , you can contact a company that will give
    > you a passport for a foreign country, which
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    > you can use as id. Not sure exactly how they
    > did it, but this "foreign" country
    > is actually a small piece a land here in the
    > US. The id is totally legal, though. ID by
    > Mail is essentially a catalog of different
    > types of id you can get, ranging from a
    > school janitor id to state ids (these are
    > labeled on the back in small type that they
    > aren't legal), so you can get whatever it is
    > that will fit your needs, legal or not.

    > Bettie

    Thanks, will take a peek.


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  2. #12
    Radar
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    Radar: Re: Question on Player's Cards

    > Just so you know it. It is not against the
    > law to use fake ID unless you are using it
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    > to defraud anyone.

    > Which as counters, we are not.

    I understand, but to get the fake ID, didn't I commit fraud? Or at least intentional deception? Is that against the law? Help, any lawyers out there?

    > Now that being said, anninimity is not
    > illegal if it's not being used to defraud
    > anyone.

    > Believe it or not. You can even go into a
    > bank and open an account in a false name and
    > bank under that name, as long as you are not
    > doing it to defraud anyone.

    Again, you would need FALSE papers to open an account under another name and a false SSN. That sure sounds illegal to me.

    > I don't know where you live, but in New York
    > there are many places you can buy false id's
    > and you can take those into casino's and
    > recieve a players card.

    > I have players cards in close to 50 names.

    > However, my suggestion is this.

    > When you go into a casino with fake ID,
    > bring a self addressed envelope with you. As
    > soon as they give you the players card. Mail
    > your Phoney ID back to yourself so you don't
    > have it in your posession.

    That sounds like the way to do it. I guess as long as I don't have the fake ID on me, I can't get caught.

    > As a side note. If all this fails and they
    > bust you, tell your name is DON SCHLESINGER.
    > That's one S.

    > I figure if enough of us do that, when Don
    > goes in to play, the idiots will be so
    > confused. It will be like the show.

    > "Will the real Don Schlesinger stand
    > up."

    > Good luck

    > Hollywood

    Thanks, now you got Don against me, as well. Hell, I'm having a hard enough time dealing with these idiots at the tables, as it is.

    Appreciate the insight. Also, when will we see you on the tube again? I caught your last gig on that funky contest you lost. You were doing well until the end.

    Take care,

    Radar

  3. #13
    Radar
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    Radar: Fake IDs

    > It would help to know what your betting
    > level is. In general, I think only players
    > at the extreme range of the betting
    > spectrum, either very high or very low,
    > benefit from using a rating card. As a
    > nickel chip grinder, who isn't going to get
    > much attention anyway, the comps add
    > significant value to your hourly rate and,
    > as a whale, it simply looks too suspicious
    > not to get rated.

    I play $10 with average bet about $30.
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    > I think
    > where people go wrong is getting rated when
    > their average action is less than about 20%
    > of the table maximum at a given
    > establishment. Compared to the increased
    > ability of the casino to monitor and assess
    > your game that playing with a card allows, I
    > find the comp value not to be worth it for
    > the typical green and black chip counter. I
    > know it has been suggested by Cellini that
    > they track you whether you play with a card
    > or not, I just don't buy it. Maybe the
    > sharpest people in the eye do that but, most
    > surveillance rooms seem to be as inept as
    > most pits and, as such, I don't fear their
    > ability to stop me. You can hit the same
    > houses for years on end if you space out
    > your visits, never play too brazenly and
    > never give them any reason or way to
    > remember you. Each time you visit, you'll
    > essentially be a new person.

    I understand, but at my level, comps DO add a bunch but I don't want to give my ID away in the process, either. Most of my play is in Tunica and comps come easy there. My last trip to Vegas was an eye opener. Comps are much more difficult to get there, for sure.

    > All that said, I think the practical answer
    > to your problem is to either try some line
    > to get the pit to give you a card without an
    > ID (it can be done, just ask and make
    > excuses) or to use fake ID and get a card
    > made, after which, you destroy the ID or
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    > hide it somewhere. I don't condone or
    > encourage using fake ID, but I know it gets
    > the job done, illegal or not, and,
    > statistically speaking, you're very unlikely
    > to feel any negative ramifications for doing
    > so. But, like I said, I just don't get
    > rated.

    I hope to move to 'green' in the not too distant future. Maybe I shouldn't worry so much now and get fake ones until I reach that level?
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    Radar
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  4. Radar
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    Radar: Re: Alternate IDs

    > For more information on what is legal to
    > use, or how to get id in another name, check
    > out our catalog for books on privacy. Also,
    > we sell ID by Mail, which is a catalog of
    > various ids you can send away for. I've
    > provided a link to that part of our online
    > catalog below. These books do very well,
    > btw.

    > Bettie

    Thanks, ordered some stuff per your advice and wanted to include this in the order AFTER I already went through the cashout process. Can you do it, or have someone else there add it to my order?

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  5. #15
    98%
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    98%: Re: Fake IDs

    > I play $10 with average bet about $30.

    I would go ahead and play with my real ID at that level. That's what I did when I was a nickel chip counter and it never caused me any problems. Of course, this was in Las Vegas where there are loads of casinos and nickel action is generally ignored. I don't know how things are in Tunica for people who get caught counting cards at the low levels, but I don't imagine you'd be hurt too much.
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    > I understand, but at my level, comps DO add
    > a bunch but I don't want to give my ID away
    > in the process, either. Most of my play is
    > in Tunica and comps come easy there. My last
    > trip to Vegas was an eye opener. Comps are
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    > much more difficult to get there, for sure.

    Agreed, though I will say that Las Vegas is very uneven in its comp generosity. Some casinos really make an effort to cater to the low-stakes player while, at others, you can expect to be largely ignored until your average bet is $100 or more. At the red level, you could specialize in downtown casinos and places like Terrible's or Casino Royale, where you can actually get some comp value for your action.

    > I hope to move to 'green' in the not too
    > distant future. Maybe I shouldn't worry so
    > much now and get fake ones until I reach
    > that level?

    Yes, that would be my suggestion. I don't think you need to feel paranoid at your level. Besides, if you do things right (pocket loads of red chips), then you'll always be considered a loser at the casinos where you play.
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  6. Radar
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    Radar: Re: Fake IDs

    > I would go ahead and play with my real ID at
    > that level. That's what I did when I was a
    > nickel chip counter and it never caused me
    > any problems. Of course, this was in Las
    > Vegas where there are loads of casinos and
    > nickel action is generally ignored. I don't
    > know how things are in Tunica for people who
    > get caught counting cards at the low levels,
    > but I don't imagine you'd be hurt too much.

    Pretty much the same but Tunica is very FREE with comps and at my level don't want to lose them. As I move up, won't need them and won't care.

    > Agreed, though I will say that Las Vegas is
    > very uneven in its comp generosity. Some
    > casinos really make an effort to cater to
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    > the low-stakes player while, at others, you
    > can expect to be largely ignored until your
    > average bet is $100 or more. At the red
    > level, you could specialize in downtown
    > casinos and places like Terrible's or Casino
    > Royale, where you can actually get some comp
    > value for your action.

    Quite frankly, I was speaking of a downtown place and won't name it since I was there last week. They were not very accomodating, even considering I put most of my time in their casino. I never really got a chance to evaluate too many others but the ones I did play at didn't seem to be too excited to comp anyone at my level no matter how much I pushed across the felt. (In fairness, on my last day I did get a good comp for 2 at a gourmet restaurant at a store away from downtown)

    > Besides, if you do things right
    > (pocket loads of red chips), then you'll
    > always be considered a loser at the casinos
    > where you play.

    I AM getting good at the rathole thing

    Thanks for all your help.

    Radar

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