i saw you were mutual twitter freinds, bad assumption by me, i know you had mentioned her on radio show. She is a fun follow on twitter.okay ...let's start....... Tara Larosa hasn't wrestled a match for me and for anyone else... Maybe you are confusing her with Shayna or you are being your typical shitty self... i didn't retire..just won't handicap during the pandemic... still doing horses..stopped doing hockey because of how easy it is to make a line under these conditions...losing money for other people is gut wrenching and stopping my support of the horses is heartbreaking but i am looking for an alternative way of doing that... i always bet far below Kelly..It's just a tough business now no matter what side you are on unless you are an agent with good customers which I won't do with a felony ...The game has passed me bye ..i don't model and I can't code.. It's a young man's math game now and I tip my hat to those who can prosper in it
boston Massacre..... I am not surprised that you don't know me as my prime was 30 years ago but I am curious when you say all the big names in vegas are from a young persons perspective.. I also co-hosted the EOG radio show with John Kelly once a week a few years ago so that might be why everyone hear knows me
"Dink remembers the time he got a call from Billy Walters. Dink couldn't figure out how he got his number and how he supposedly had Billy's betting ticket."
"THE BEST OF IT takes an unflinching look at the life of a professional gambler. The character driven documentary focuses on the lives of Boston, The Shrink, Dink, and Banker who all chose to make a living betting sports. A gambler selects this profession despite knowing the life they fancied tends to chew up and spit out even the most seasoned gambler—an all too common tale in Las Vegas. A feud between Boston and The Shrink develops after accusations are made about gambling debts, but a gambler’s actual bank account balance is often based on rumors and half-truths. The outcome of a gambler is as unpredictable as the the games they bet."
Is this true?
you can wager politicsMy simple advise is to focus on what you can control.
He can control where and what he is betting.
He cant control the world and what trump says or does.
When people focus on things that are out of their control that's where depression and feeling lost start to take over our minds and bodies.
It feels as if this is what is wearing Dink down a bit recently.
Also he says he is going to come back when things get back to normal. Well there is no guarantee that happens. Might take years for that to happen, or maybe could be a few months. We don't know.
Understanding the current environment and dealing with it could be our new "normal".
Maybe Dink doesn't need to make another bet again based on his career success. If that offers a better life for him then I hope for the best for him.
Retire in the middle of the NHL postseason with Kentucky Derby matchups right around the corner?
Dink's pulling an "Alan Boston."
Alan Boston announced his retirement at least a dozen times over the past decade or so.
Remember Lem Banker when He was Touting.
Co Hosting EOG Radio With John Kelley Will Get You Lots of Exposure and Notoriety.
I Remember John Kelley When He was a Guest on The Stardust Line.
A Sunday Night With Arne Lange.
John Was Running a 1 900 Number.
Giving out Horse Race Results.
To this day, I don't think Boston has gotten over Fezzik ridiculing him on radio and his forum for laying 7.5 with Patriots in SB when 7 was available.
So tell me why would Fezzik even mention that concerning a renowned college basketball bettor?