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Gaming Guru

 

Jest For Fun

24 February 2002

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Gambling losses are much sooner forgotten than a win.

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A disgruntled player wrote a letter to the slot manager of a casino. It began: "Dear Sir, about your ad in a gaming magazine claiming you have looser slots and that I could win more. May I suggest that the person who wrote the ad try playing the slots before writing the ad."

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Psychologists say that no one should try to keep too much money to himself. The casinos are of the same opinion.

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There are two types of slot players--those who gamble for fun and those who win something.

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Husband: "I hit the Jeopardy slot for $5,000! and you should have seen all the people coming up to me shaking my hand and patting me on the back. One woman even gave me a kiss."

Wife: "Did you kiss her back?"

Husband: "No, I kissed her on the cheek."

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I don't like to travel to a gaming destination like Reno or Las Vegas because they bring something into your life you never had before--poverty.

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Heavy gambling is not only done in the casinos, but also in wedding chapels.

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A lady tourist in downtown Las Vegas ignored a "Don't Walk" sign and started crossing the street. She was halfway across when a policeman stopped her and said, "What's the matter, lady, can't you read?"

"Why, yes" said the lady.

"Well then, why did you start walking across the street when the sign said 'Don't Walk'?"

"Oh," she said. "I thought it was just an ad for the local bus company."

Larry Mak
Larry Mak is a former science writer at the California Institute of Technology and he is currently a freelance gaming author.

Books by Larry Mak:

Larry Mak
Larry Mak is a former science writer at the California Institute of Technology and he is currently a freelance gaming author.

Books by Larry Mak: