CNBC Investigates takes you inside the high-stakes world of illegal gambling where some people are cashing in while others face prison terms or even death.
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Results 1 to 7 of 7. Last edited by bukowski72; at Yeah, CNBC is really shitting the bed on these gambling shows. Finally got it, skimmed through it, but it was just so bad. I'm convinced you really can't make a gambling show american vice gambling interesting to gamblers because they can't focus on the free slots no deposit win real money that's actually interesting.
When the bookie starts talking about laying off his action in Costa Rica, if he could get into detail, it would be somewhat interesting. But they won't go into detail for obvious reasons, and you're left with a bunch of bad Soprano's extras trying to sound sophisticated.
You can't make crime shows in real time when it's going on. Something like American Greed is interesting because the guys are already doing 20 year sentences and you can break down the mechanism of the shit they pull off. These gambling shows just end up being some greasy fucker american vice gambling about how much he's making with a bunch of vague nonsense.
Watched it last week. The poker games in these things are always ridiculously lol. Yeah I saw this last week. The American non-dream is precisely a move to wipe the dream out of existence. The dream is a spontaneous happening and therefore dangerous to a control system set up by the non-dreamers.
Beer And Poker Blog: Originally Posted by BCR. Cheap Jew tip of the day: Phil Galfond's Penthouse made Cnbc. When did you start gambling? By DirtyB in forum Flying Stupidity. Contact Us Homepage Top. All times are GMT The time now is The same idiotic infotainment is available 9:Looks about the same level of good as their tout show and the one on underground poker. betcasino.top New CNBC Primetime Program 'American Vice' Looks at Bookies, Poker World The show delves into an underground sports betting ring. Find out when the TV special, American Vice: Illegal Gambling, is next on TV. Underground game runners, bookmakers and casino operators in New York.