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I feel a bit sorry for the guy; the people watching behind the cameras were pissing themselves laughing. I thought I was hallucinating, but it was obvious that everyone around me had noticed it, too. Upon hearing what had happened, her partner requested to be moved to another room immediately. A security guard cornered him pretty quickly, but as soon as he realized he didn't have a chance of escaping, he put the bills in his mouth and attempted to swallow them. All the stress aside, you at least get to see a lot of weird and wonderful things. He was staring right into the lens and swearing, shouting about there being magnets in the balls, how it was all rigged and a massive joke. I smiled and apologized as the waiter returned the ball. Oct 2 , pm.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The men were staring at me confused; one even asked if I was a beginner. I once saw a man who would throw salt into an ashtray every time the dealer spun the wheel. 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