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Blog post published on 27 March 2014, written by The Prince of Freerolls.
You may have wondered why I didn't write anything last week. You may not have, and that's okay too. The reason for my absence was due to what happened to me whilst walking home from the casino last Tuesday night. One of the many drawbacks of working at a casino, along with handling drunk people and the fact that they're playing poker and you're not, is that your shift often ends early in the morn[...]   Read more » Riding Your Luck

  27-Mar-14, 10:39   #1
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Ahh man Sad i really hope you are okay now and it is great that you take such a bad experience to make a good thing out of it.
Really got a lot of respect for that and eh get well soon i woul say. peace out mate Smile

  27-Mar-14, 11:24   #2

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Damn man that sounds harsh but I would rather take a small beating then have my phone and money stolen. I take it by Taxi means there were no buses running at that time?

  27-Mar-14, 12:08   #3
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Terrible thing to happen to anyone and these two cowards should be ashamed of themselves. Great to hear that you come through this with not too much damage and i hope you wont let it affect your everyday life

  27-Mar-14, 14:54   #4
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yeah this is sad and a terrible thing to happen to any person, glad you are taking it as an experience and I would too, i just learned not to bring many valuables when going to work just the necessity and also for casino trip etc.

Anyway happy you taking it positively, keep it up mate, life can play twist at you, but we always come back stronger!

  27-Mar-14, 20:40   #5

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Sad to read it mate, I hope you recover soon (in both physical and psychological way).
I always reading it that youth crime is at all time high in England, I would've thought that a tory goverment will be tough on crime no matter what, but probably they are not the ones who have to walk home alone at night.
Next time try to wait for the first morning bus, the time you could save by walking home would not worth it (to have another stressfull experience at night).

  28-Mar-14, 22:30   #6

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Sorry hear you got mugged - the good thing is they got nothing.
I love the fact you only had a paperback on you, strikes me as really amusing. I wonder if they were literate.
I guess you know in the future never to take anything valuable either. Lessons and a story Smile

  29-Mar-14, 21:39   #7
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Really sad to read such things.

  29-Mar-14, 22:48   #8
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Im so lucky lucky

  30-Mar-14, 07:02   #9
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Sorry to hear that this happend to you, but i guess the good part is that you did not have anything valuable on you...

I hope that you'll be able to recover pretty soon in order to be able to come back to playing poker Smile

  30-Mar-14, 18:00   #10

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dam, sorry to hear sht like that happened to you, but you know ... all is well that ends well, sort of :=)

In the end they didnt manage to get anything of you, so i guess that should make you happy... not in a sense that you didnt lost anything of value, but more like... they didnt gain anything by mugging you, idk at least for me that would be rather satisfying Tongue

hey and on a good side, you got a new shift, hope you like it.

  31-Mar-14, 02:20   #11
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Really sorry to hear about this man but it can happen to any person in any place. Hope you will be up soon.

  5-Apr-14, 20:12   #12
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Damn, guy, I have read all your other blog articles and it seems like you have very bad luck.

Always sad stories... Sad

  13-Apr-14, 12:23   #13
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I think them guys were cowards, if they were each by themselves. they would not of done that, they have to pair up to gang up on someone and in my books that is a coward, but glad to hear you are okay and your spirits are still up there, good luck in future.

  17-Apr-14, 15:26   #14
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Of course these people are cowards,

+ in some places I wouldn´t walk unarmed.

  2-May-14, 20:28   #15
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i m so sorry, its so sad to hear this hapened to you. hope you come back soon and take this hardluck bihand you.

  3-May-14, 15:31   #16
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Location: Czech Republic
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Where exactly do you live?

Because in my country in bigger cities (+200k inhabitants) there are night buses. They are very useful (and well organised).

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