Ned is the most respected and experienced gambler in the
annals of Las Vegas. He has won more money than most people
can imagine in one pile, all without getting kicked out
of a single casino (except once for throwing up). How? Well,
maybe he's not the only lucky one because Lucky Ned has
agreed to share his IncrediSystems with the general public.
reason Lucky Ned doesn't get kicked out of casinos is because
the casino bosses have no idea how good he is. "That
shows you how well my systems work," counters Ned.
"The real magic is that all people have the basic skills
in their hearts. You don't have to know how to add, or subtract,
or be logical. You only have to know how to win."
||Lucky Ned on Winning Blackjack!
In order to be a winner, you have to throw all those
dumb theories, card counting tricks, and simple logic
straight out the window. Let me tell you about my philosophy
of the game and how to win. My philosophy is this: A
THINKING BLACKJACK PLAYER IS A LOSING BLACKJACK
Ned on Winning Craps!
Now, don't get excited or nothing, and don't start
gambling until you read what I have to say, then FORGET
IT ALL AND GO CRAZY!
you gotta know how what to look for. The craps table
is long and lean made of wood and felt--green felt.
It's real easy on the eyes. Then there's the dice.
Then there are the chips. Lots of them, all coming
to me. Last but not least there are the people.
||Lucky Ned on Winning Keno
Bob Stupak, the Polish Maverick, recently spotted me
gambling. I was in the Keno lounge with fifteen tickets
in my lap. Stupak just stared, his jaw hanging in the
breeze like the welcome sign of a ghost town. He had
to concede the title of GREATEST GAMBLER IN THE WORLD
to me right there and then, because not even the big
boys can handle the pressures of KENO.
||Lucky Ned on Winning Roulette
Roulette is French for "gentleman's wagering wheel
game" and it was used in ancient times when the
great Monarch of France would play the game against
slaves for their lives. The ball was originally a pebble
and the roulette wheel was a square until Jesus Christ
finally invented the circle. In those days, the number
zero did not exist, neither did any numbers higher than
16. I'm not trying to show off my smarts with this information,
I'm just giving a little background that will help you
better understand the subtle ins and outs of the "gentleman's
wagering wheel game".
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