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More Frugal Gambling Paperback – November 1, 2003
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My other complaint is on just about every other page she pushes all her other products from Huntington Press, and her video poker computer simulation program.
To sum up this book play video poker, you will lose the least amount of money, clip coupons, look for free promotions and ask a slot host for free things.
The last part of the book is even more disappointing. Scott states there are three ways to get comps, earn them on your Players Card, get mailings, or ask a slot host. Is this a revelation or something that is common knowledge to even the most naive player? You can sum up the entire book in one sentence. Play video poker, clip coupons, look for free promotions, ask a slot host for freebies and spend money on Jean Scott endorsed products. Scott believes this formula will lose you the least amount of money if you gamble in casinos.
If you know absolutely nothing about how casino comps work and have never read anything on the subject, this book may have some value. Otherwise, save your money and just read the pamphlets you can get free at the casino players club booths to find up to date information.
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My husband read this book cover to cover before our planned vacation to Los Vegas. He said it gave great tips!!!Published on January 12, 2010 by Sue M.
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Jean Scott has written a wonderful sequel to The Frugal Gambler. More Frugal Gambling is a huge book, over 400 pages, and what a bargain it is. Ms. Read morePublished on October 31, 2003 by Ann Gauvin
If you have a trip planned to Las Vegas, or any other casino destination, you need to pick up this book. It will pay for itself many times over. Read morePublished on October 31, 2003