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No Limits: How I Beat The Slots Paperback – Large Print, February 13, 2012
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I bought this originally to learn how to 'beat the slots", but after reading of the author's experiences and generosity I gained a lot of respect and admiration for her. This is very interesting reading.
The author takes you along with her inside the life of a casino regular and delivers a story depicting the lives of people who frequent there and possibly why they are drawn there in the first place. She draws you into her world immediately as the author finds herself thrown into living the life of a VIP high roller slot player, a life she had never known until realizing she had the gift of winning.
The events and people she meets during her visits to the different casinos give you an insight into what drives people most, which of course is money. Even though others are out for what they can get, the author remains untouched by the greed factor, giving away her winnings to help others less fortunate.
This book shows you the real story about the people that frequent casinos. They are not all the degenerate gamblers one would expect to find there. The real degenerates tend to be the people on the outside, away from the casino, that prey on the selfless givers only to benefit themselves.
The author also tells the reader how you too can learn how to win playing slot machines and she offers a whole chapter on the subject plus gives tips throughout the whole book. After reading her book I went to a local casino to try out her tips on how to win at playing slot machines.
I recommend this book to anyone that is looking for a good book to read.
Debbie is an extremely positive person. Even though this is just a minor part of the book, I really liked how she only had good to say about the performers of the many concerts that she went to in her gambling days. In particular, many pages of this book are dedicated to how great of a person and a singer Rod Stewart is. I like him, too. It is rare to find such unabashed passion for this great performer, especially in the 2010's, and I really enjoyed everything that the book said about Rod. Debbie has a casino friend in the book who looks like Rod, and Rod performed at her primary casino. This book contains detailed descriptions about both. She also talks about personal experiences with Barry Manilow, Stevie Wonder, and many more.
Debbie's technique is interesting. Most of her advice hinges around this statement, "You plan on winning before you walk into the casino. The first step is to envision what you desire. If you plan on winning say so. Tell others you are going there to win." But, this advice wasn't easy for Debbie, as it's not easy for many people. Many people tried to beat her down, especially as she started winning. This book gives a great description of how people in your life may be more happy for your losses than for your wins, and Debbie gives a great example of how to be a winner despite ridicule and mistreatment.
This book also gave a great description of casino life, especially the life of regulars in the casino.Read more ›
Kilday learned of her ability to play the slots successfully by pure chance, when she was to accompany a seriously ill friend to the Mohegan Sun casino. When her friend became ill, Kilday went to the casino with her husband and won a $10,000 jackpot. She decided to help her sick friend financially with her winnings and continued to help her and others along the way. Kilday continued playing, quite successfully, for several years and the IRS soon caught wind of her winnings and demanded their fair share, and much, much more.
No Limits is a must read for anyone who ever visited a casino and dreamed of winning. It illuminates a lifestyle few of us casual gamblers will ever know and teaches us some life lessons we can all take to heart.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't buy this book if you are looking for some system to beat the slots.. All she doe's is telling about her and her friends
made so much money but not a word how it was... Read more
Great read - couldn't put the book down! Was interesting to hear the other side of the win. I like how she discussed the effects on her personal life.Published 15 months ago by J.Lindsey
“ No Limits: How I Beat THE SLOTS”, is a PROFOUND book that transforms your state of mind and takes you on a REMARKABLE journey. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dorothy A. Lecours
First, I think it took a lot of courage to write this book, which is very personal and seems to be sincere. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MN reviewer
A spellbinding read. This is not only a book on how to beat the slots, but a fascinating look into the life of the woman who did it!Published 22 months ago by EMA
I have this book on my Kindle, and I read it while up at Lake Tahoe, (during my gambling downtime. lol). Read morePublished 22 months ago by jainsez
This book tells nothing about how to beat the slots. It tells about "if a certain number comes up in a top corner and also in the opposite bottom corner, the jackpot is... Read morePublished on July 16, 2014 by HERIBERTO BONAPARTE
I really enjoyed this book. This journey will stay with me forever. I can't believe that taxman! That such criminal actions take place! I found her slot playing tips very helpful. Read morePublished on April 13, 2014 by Tropical Sue