Pagcor Casino

Trip Start Dec 27, 2009
Trip End Jan 13, 2010

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Where I stayed
Mabuhay Manor

Flag of Philippines  , Rizal,
Saturday, January 9, 2010

Me and Train found another casino right around the corner from our hotel.  It wasn't huge but had some slots downstairs with table games upstairs.  Most of the tables were for Baccarat, but they had a few Pai Gow tables and a small poker room.  Here they played Davao Hold 'em, which is similar to Texas Hold 'em except the players are horrible.  In two nights I walked out about $350 ahead.  So far I was undefeated on this trip.
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Geng on

Flow has been cancelled due to the usual too centralized ways of running Philippine government departments. The chairman responsible for Flow was asked to resign as his appointing administration is the lame duck, President Arroyo. Enter President B. Aquino's reign, no sooner is the inaugural ink dry that an ironic stir of events rears its ugly head again in that a "new" administration bent on providing jobs was responsible for appointing a former Aquino classmate as PAGCOR Chairman, who acting as Finance Administrator for Pagcor in a previous reign, along with his wife who was from PAGCOR's pool of secretaries, decided to unceremoniously sack the show Flow and all 400 of its dancers, musicians and singers, including the PAGCOR Staff as if letting go "the help.". Now all these families are jobless and the Chinese acrobats will need plane tickets to go home, the Cubans whose Visa's have expired are most likely not very anxious to be going home. Cubans who in a First World are one of, if not the only Nationals who are welcome to stay in the USA, no questions asked as long as they can get there juxtaposed to Mexicans and other races who must cross wet back over the Rio Grande, or to Filipinos who must resort to TNT, long immigration waiting lists and process or face deportation if they get there illegally. If this is a democracy, then when does the word "Citizen" become a logical word to Filipino politicians who continue, no matter their platforms, to look upon the Filipino as "subjects?" What are to become of the loyal Flow employees and their families? Is the Philippine government erudite enough to know that a thinking civilization takes care and values their artists rather than treat them as hired help throwing them out in the street as it were? In this day and age, that's basically where they will end up. Is this another "too bad it's not our problem" steeped in an "it's our turn at bat" syndrome? Is corruption to be waylaid, as the Aquino platform touted throughout its campaign? Is this a gathering of logical humans who have been charged with running the country or just another day on the farm where the farm animals push each other out of the way for their carte blanche at the feeding trough? As politicians beg and crawl for "SUBJECTS VOTES," it becomes too obvious that the name of the game is PAG-COR, ergo, Pag-Corruption. Meet the new boss...

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