8 thoughts on “Five Hundy by Midnight 93: Old-Timey Fun and Sigma Derby

  1. I wish I was in Vegas right now; of course if your thing is cold, gray, and dead…roseville is beautiful this time of year.

  2. Life here in the Caesars diamond lounge is pretty sweet. They just brought out chicken wings. Wish you were here.

  3. I love the podcast and have been listening since the first show and always find the show informative and entertaining. Im glad that Michelle is on the show most of the time now, it makes for a more balanced show because you play off each other so well. The perfect casino for you two would be a Sigma Derby machine where the mechanical horses run around a track in a shoe store where all the staff are monkeys, okay maybe I have been listening too long I need a trip to Las Vegas bad. Okay keep up the good work and take care.

  4. Always nice to have that extra show posted when the two of you are away in Vegas…thanks for thinking ahead! I really enjoyed listening to your commentary while playing Sigma Derby. Pay no attention to the naysayers…”Gambling with Time and Michele” is a great segment!

    I always thought that downtown casinos had some of the oldest VP machines in Las Vegas, that is until I took a walk through the New Frontier and realized that I was horribly mistaken. I’m 26, and as I walked through the New Frontier this past April, I clearly remember thinking to myself that a number of their VP machines must have at least a couple of years on me, if not more.

    I don’t know if I’d expect a book on Sigma Derby coming from a well-respected baccarat writer any time soon, but I wouldn’t put it past Frank Scoblete. It’s proabably one of the few games that he hasn’t written about…yet.

  5. Just listened to the show and agree that the “Gambling with Tim & Michele” is a good part of the show – I do think there is room for some improvement in the form of more beverages being consumed before the recording.

    Just found this site as well that I thought your listeners might like to lend their support.

    It’s a “Save our Sigma Deby Derby Game from Extinction” Petition

    They’ve only managed 129 signatories so at the moment it’s not looking good


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