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812 The Guru of Gambling

I'm not a big gambling person, but I do like me some craps every once in a while. Today's comic (and the next few) also has Patreon gentleman Nicholas Walls -a strong supporter of the comic, featured within the story. Thank you so much for your months of support. Sorry it took me so long to get to you. (I also have a couple more high level supporters to make returning appearances in the comic as well, but please be patient, those will have to wait until the gang gets back home.) And while I'm at it, thank you also to all my Patreon supporters as well as returning readers and valiant voters. I really do appreciate each and every one of you. If you wish to become a Patreon, there are over 100 bonus comics just waiting for you to read as well as guest appearances or commissioned artwork at higher levels. Just click the button on the right.

12 thoughts on “812 The Guru of Gambling

  1. I wonder how Jeff became a gambling guru.

    1. bohemiannightsthecomic

      Maybe it was just the luck of the draw?

      Jeff always struck me as someone kind of interested in games of chance. I now have an opportunity to show that.

      1. I figured Jeff was most likely of the group to be a gamer. Combine memorizing stats and tables for games with get-rich-quick schemes, and you’ve got gambling!

        1. bohemiannightsthecomic

          Yeah, it does fit in with his personality. 🙂

  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzlQhXifXng My favourite part “I play everyday. Craps is the shiiiiiit” 😀

    1. bohemiannightsthecomic

      hahaha. That was off the rails! –Maybe I should go that direction with the
      Vegas trip?

      1. Please, feel free to do whatever you want.

  3. Unless you’re playing on Freemont Street, you won’t see a $2 crap table on the Strip. $15 minimum at least. Still curious on how this plays out.

    1. bohemiannightsthecomic

      You are absolutely correct about that. I struggled over this for a while thinking they should go down to Freemont Street but in the end I thought they should just stay at the hotel no matter how much of a stretch it is to find a $2 table. Also the thought of drawing Freemont Street was daunting.

  4. HAHAHAH! THAT IS AWESOME!
    Thank you so much for this.
    No, scratch that. Thank you so much for your comic.
    I’m happy I get to support such an amazing endeavor, no matter if you inflict my mug on the poor unsuspecting world. 😀

    1. bohemiannightsthecomic

      You are more than welcome! 🙂

  5. Ah, the craps parties! They were fun!

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