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Discussion in 'Help Wanted Ads' started by petro, Aug 8, 2014.

    Aug 8, 2014
  1. petro

    petro Dormant account, per user request PABnoaccred2 PABaccred


    This might be the wrong section, I don't know. It's more of a tip than a work offer, or looking for work post.
    (If it doesn't belong here feel free to move it.)

    I like watching gambling on Youtube.
    There are guys that carry around cameras and film themselves playing slots.
    They bet high and some of them play in Las Vegas.

    I was watching one earlier in the week and the guy filming his play was talking to a woman next to him and he told her he makes about $1k/month (if my memory serves) from his Youtube videos.
    I'm looking at the view count of the guy whom I subscribe to and it seems he gets an average view count of ~4000/video. He releases a new video every two days and his most popular video has about 340 000 views.

    This probably won't work if you don't play in bricks and mortar casinos. I'm personally not interested in seeing people play in online casinos and judging from the Youtube videos with play in online casinos, not many are.

    If you are situated in Las Vegas and have the money to bet high while playing slots, you might be able to make a lot of money on Youtube. That would be the ideal scenario.
  2. Aug 9, 2014
  3. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    STILL At Leisure
    United Kingdom
    Possibly a revenue share with Youtube for the ads that appear on his channel.

    There have been cases where people trying to film their play have been thrown out by casino security. It looks a potentially dangerous pursuit, unless one uses a concealed camera that pit security doesn't see, and other customers don't lodge complaints about.

    It's even a bit dodgy trying to photograph jackpots or film play here in the UK. There are signs "No mobile phones allowed in the gaming area" at many arcades and fruit machine zones on the motorway (where most such rules are not enforced, but try sneaking a baby over the line for one second and they seem to have eyes in the back of their heads, and a finger permanently glued to the tannoy button. As if a baby is going to stand up in it's buggy, insert a coin, and press spin.
  4. Sep 27, 2014
  5. spintee

    spintee Meister Member webby mm2

    gambler :)
    Yes U.k is actually bad for using phones in gambling halls, If you are going to use a manipulater or what ever than surley not going to disguise as a phone,

    Like VWM said its the revenue share bought by the adverts they they constantly show, Also have you noticed that people will have anything in there title & put a specific image to make you want to click, If you notice all the funny videos, pranks, drunks, ect all have a women's bum, or a pair of big 1s shown as the pic for the video, Getting out of hand now, If you did want to whach a clip it takes long enough to find now and thats when you get passed all the adverts :mad:
  6. Sep 28, 2014
  7. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    STILL At Leisure
    United Kingdom
    Which "officially" don't even work anyway. Part of the problem might be that ordinary customers are put off by seeing "pro players" rinsing the machines, so anyone in there that looks a bit "pro" is also likely to get thrown out of regular arcades. There is also a ban on "refill keys", yet they are designed to let one put money IN the machine without getting play credits. Where they have given an advantage, it's been down to poor programming that has allowed access to "test functions" from the refill key socket that should really be restricted to the main board. Given that refill keys are generic keys, one key works on all machines, it's daft to allow access to secure settings from them. Of course, we are back to the idea of putting off regular customers, the ones who make the most money for the operators. If they see a player using such a key and winning too often, they will not play because they will think the machines have been "emptied".

    A true "pro player" actually RELIES on these other customers to fill up the machines, so it's not in their interests to be "obvious". So, forget the phones and keys, and look for the "regular numpty" who looks like they are just the regular player, but who always seems to have money in their pocket, and never has to cadge a lift home, a "pound for a cuppa", and who will only advise on the best plays if asked politely, and it's for a machine he has no interest in at the current moment.

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