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    Experienced Member mindermatter's Avatar
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    Car or Bus trip?

    hello all, im 22 y.o. get ssi... also no jobs around where i live... my question is i got a savings account.. should i buy a car, or go to vegas an try an make enough for a car and have fun at same time...

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    steal a car, go to vegas, get a hooker, play poker, sale car and take a bus home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by potfan42o View Post
    steal a car, go to vegas, get a hooker, play poker, sale car and take a bus home.
    Normally Im pretty square and would give some pious and righteous sermon about doing the responsible thing.

    But this time I agree with potfan42o, "steal a car, go to vegas, get a hooker, play poker, sale car and take a bus home"!

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    Since you are pretty much at zero, there is no harm in holding up a bank and going from there.
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    Experienced Member mindermatter's Avatar
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    hahaha... BUT they told me to do it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by potfan42o View Post
    steal a car, go to vegas, get a hooker, play poker, sale car and take a bus home.
    I think you meant "steal a car, go to vegas, get a hooker, play poker, get rid of car with dead hooker in trunk, call parents for bus fare home"
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    Experienced Member mindermatter's Avatar
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    ya good plan. one downfall tho, no parents to get money from. thats part of the reason why im on ssi. anyways, i havnt played any live at all, and just micro stakes online. so this would be a pretty big step up to go play live for the first time in vegas!.. im thinkin ill just play tournaments and see if i can grind some bankage out of it.

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    Sounds like quite the adventure, good luck on whatever you decide to do, but ya thats a huge step. LIve tournaments are much different than online, you know this right. Especially in vegas where people who have much more skill than you

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    some very good advice in here, lol, I like potfan's recommendation...personally, I'd just go snowboarding

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    Just remember to save enough for a bus ride home. Being that it is your first time, I would also suggest not drinking (at all, or at least not when your playing) Also cash games can be very lucrative, so I would try one out. Bill's has 50c / 1.00 if your looking for a cheaper game. and there is a little Irish themed casino further up the strip if you head north (same side of the road). I just cant remember the name right now. They have a 1-5 spread limit game. Basically there is only one $1 blind and the raise can be up to $5 per raise, with a max of 4 raises. Whatever you do, check around, there is plenty to offer, don't lose your head, and be careful. Good Luck!

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