Well, maybe---just maybe, another snow flake or two? But they will be those that no one around here sends plows out for or the police put tow truck bans on the highways all night or anything like that kind. The kind that coats the ground and people don't even notice for the day. But today is going to be in the high 60's and tomorrow mid 70's.
Coming into my business this morning, listening to some Deep Purple and Grand Funk Railroad for my 15 min drive. Here is the sky. Perfect, not a cloud and pretty happy looking!
Talked with H-Money last night while I was cooking a pizza (not frozen, make my own dough in the mixer and the sauce from scratch and fresh produce, etc.). He harps on the India guy winning over $50k. He fails to bring out why he didn't hold on to it and his attempt to get more and more. Yeah--there is a huge 'Catch 22' there. Huge! If you don't bet--you can't win.
He thinks it is easy and it is not. And when you win you get even more hard-headed and stubborn and become the expert player you always thought you were. Then you play and play until you lose it all and dig that hole even deeper and deeper. It is a vicious circle and almost all bac players know nothing about it. Sad, but true!
Here is my quote. "Without experiencing defeat--you cannot appreciate victory". It applies and applies 110% to baccarat. However, you have to have a number of years of playing experience before you can even start to realize any type of proper protocol or money management system that will work for you and one that you will rock-solid, without conditions--adhere to. Without those things, you and everyone else will win huge amounts of money and give it all back and dig yourself a deeper hole with your losses. The SAME EXACT way my buddy did that, I outlined for your knowledge and awareness. Not to make fun of him, but for your knowledge. When each of you win and give it back at the tables, think about me and my words. Because you know it will happen.
Well, my coffee is ready, the donuts are waiting and my new skid steer is on its way from the place we bought it from on Monday. What can I say, I still like equipment, fire trucks and wreckers after all these years. I guess it was my mom back in the late 60's and 70's, always kicking my brother and me out of the house. "Go in the back yard and play guys, it's nice outside". So we went and played in the sandbox my dad built us with our Tonka Toys, the cranes, the bulldozers, the bucket trucks and the numerous dump trucks we had. Yeah, today the little ones do all that on the I-Pads and smart phones. It's not the same.