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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 5:34 pm 
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http://www.commonsenseevaluation.com/20 ... KujQF.dpbs

If you look at the website flightaware.com and search a tail number, in this case N5343M, you will see the N number belongs to a SR20 that at one time was registered to Stephen C. Paddock of Mesquite, Texas and Henderson, Nevada (Our Shooter). You will also see that it is currently registered to a company out of Roanoke, Virginia named VOLANT LLC. A company that works with the “Defense/Intelligence” community per their website. Wait it gets better. The registration is listed as active. Don’t worry that it shows the last flight for the Aircraft three years ago. They only show the flight when a flight plan is filed.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 7:39 pm 
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They are one of many private charter firms that the DoD uses. Nothing to see here.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 8:53 pm 
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They are one of many private charter firms that the DoD uses. Nothing to see here.


I would rather we wildly speculate.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:08 pm 
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Apparently, he likes towns that are named "Mesquite"

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Techmomof2 wrote:
http://www.commonsenseevaluation.com/2017/10/04/interesting-info-regarding-a-plane-once-registered-to-stephen-paddock/#sthash.494KujQF.dpbs

If you look at the website flightaware.com and search a tail number, in this case N5343M, you will see the N number belongs to a SR20 that at one time was registered to Stephen C. Paddock of Mesquite, Texas and Henderson, Nevada (Our Shooter). You will also see that it is currently registered to a company out of Roanoke, Virginia named VOLANT LLC. A company that works with the “Defense/Intelligence” community per their website. Wait it gets better. The registration is listed as active. Don’t worry that it shows the last flight for the Aircraft three years ago. They only show the flight when a flight plan is filed.


What do you know about this TM02?

Start at the upper left corner. Do you know where this was found? I don’t.




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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:35 pm 
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Some Reddit boards have confirmed that post occurring on 4chan several weeks ago.

I don't understand 4chan that well but it appears you can have complete anonymity through the site's encryption login efforts. It drew a lot of attention when 'FBI whistleblowers' were providing updates in the summer 2016 about the elections.

ill be watching Osi stock. Trump also reportedly met with Sheldon Adelson during his Vegas visit.


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Now that's a conspiracy! I have it under interesting if true. Still doesn't explain why this guy went crazy unless it was a Loopers type of deal where he got to live off their millions for 20 years before having to do the dead and kill himself. I still don't buy the "self made professional gambler" story without more supporting evidence, Loopers explains that as well as the false starts as he's chickening out. He also had ingredients for a bomb so he had lots of other ideas too.

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Techmomof2 wrote:
http://www.commonsenseevaluation.com/2017/10/04/interesting-info-regarding-a-plane-once-registered-to-stephen-paddock/#sthash.494KujQF.dpbs

If you look at the website flightaware.com and search a tail number, in this case N5343M, you will see the N number belongs to a SR20 that at one time was registered to Stephen C. Paddock of Mesquite, Texas and Henderson, Nevada (Our Shooter). You will also see that it is currently registered to a company out of Roanoke, Virginia named VOLANT LLC. A company that works with the “Defense/Intelligence” community per their website. Wait it gets better. The registration is listed as active. Don’t worry that it shows the last flight for the Aircraft three years ago. They only show the flight when a flight plan is filed.


What do you know about this TM02?

Start at the upper left corner. Do you know where this was found? I don’t.




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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:47 pm 
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Yeah AG, I don’t think there is such thing as a professional gambler outside of poker or sports gambling. Those are the skill games really. I read somewhere that he was a big video poker player, but aren’t those machine programmed to guarantee profits to the casino? The only reason you can be a real poker pro is that you don’t play against the house but other people. The house just takes a cut. As for sports, there is an arbitrage opportunity for bad lines, which happens.

Long story short, it smells.


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I'm here to tell you ther are professional gamblers that predominately play video poker. I doubt they make millions, but there are gamblers that do this everyday for a living. I've heard the odds aren't that bad if you know how to play. The guys I've heard of set a number for the day. Once they hit it, they leave.

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Yeah AG, I don’t think there is such thing as a professional gambler outside of poker or sports gambling. Those are the skill games really. I read somewhere that he was a big video poker player, but aren’t those machine programmed to guarantee profits to the casino? The only reason you can be a real poker pro is that you don’t play against the house but other people. The house just takes a cut. As for sports, there is an arbitrage opportunity for bad lines, which happens.

Long story short, it smells.


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I'm here to tell you ther are professional gamblers that predominately play video poker. I doubt they make millions, but there are gamblers that do this everyday for a living. I've heard the odds aren't that bad if you know how to play. The guys I've heard of set a number for the day. Once they hit it, they leave.

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Yeah AG, I don’t think there is such thing as a professional gambler outside of poker or sports gambling. Those are the skill games really. I read somewhere that he was a big video poker player, but aren’t those machine programmed to guarantee profits to the casino? The only reason you can be a real poker pro is that you don’t play against the house but other people. The house just takes a cut. As for sports, there is an arbitrage opportunity for bad lines, which happens.

Long story short, it smells.


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I don’t know. Just because there are people who do it, doesn’t mean it really works. They didn’t build those casinos selling crappy steaks for $9.99.

I could see people walking after they hit a number, but it seems they would never hit that number most days. Maybe the machines are very predictable due to lame programming. I could believe inside info on an algorithm perhaps.


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I watched a bunch of new conspiracy vids on YouTube tonight. This was the only decent one. FBI gun deal gone back. ISIS retaliates. Explains the large number of guns in the room.

This is nuts.

https://youtu.be/AI6Tu5vcVzw


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Mcl3 Hokie wrote:
I'm here to tell you ther are professional gamblers that predominately play video poker. I doubt they make millions, but there are gamblers that do this everyday for a living. I've heard the odds aren't that bad if you know how to play. The guys I've heard of set a number for the day. Once they hit it, they leave.

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Yeah AG, I don’t think there is such thing as a professional gambler outside of poker or sports gambling. Those are the skill games really. I read somewhere that he was a big video poker player, but aren’t those machine programmed to guarantee profits to the casino? The only reason you can be a real poker pro is that you don’t play against the house but other people. The house just takes a cut. As for sports, there is an arbitrage opportunity for bad lines, which happens.

Long story short, it smells.


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Yeah, this subject piqued my interest so I did some research. A person can make money playing video poker, but only on machines where the payout gets progressively larger as the game is played. The people who do this for a living search out the machines where the jackpot has reached a level where the payout is around 100%.

That said, even the best of the best might not make $100k/yr doing it, and Vegas is apparently well aware of this tactic and has a habit of shutting machines down for "service" at opportune times.

I still say the gambling was a cover for something else.

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Interesting Swabbie, coming from an Italian family of dubious career choices, I can tell you that the easier way to make money in gambling is to set the min and max bet as close as possible and have the odds in your favor, something like 52% to 55%. This stops you from getting hit by the single bet whale, and eventually you hit the expected return curve. It does not surprise me that those machines have some algorithms outside of pure randomness but I wonder if that is even smart.


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Bay_area_Hokie wrote:
Interesting Swabbie, coming from an Italian family of dubious career choices, I can tell you that the easier way to make money in gambling is to set the min and max bet as close as possible and have the odds in your favor, something like 52% to 55%. This stops you from getting hit by the single bet whale, and eventually you hit the expected return curve. It does not surprise me that those machines have some algorithms outside of pure randomness but I wonder if that is even smart.


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I forgot the mention - the casinos also generate a W-2G for the larger bet/larger payout machines to scare the "professionals" away - forcing them to stick to the smaller machines placing more bets (and thus, closer to the mathematically expected result over time).

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Where are the videos of Paddock carrying all these rifles up to his room? Where are the elevator videos? What about him walking through the casino carrying big cases?

Seems beyond insane that these haven’t been released. Anyone seen anything like this?


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