Kimo Akane
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November 02, 2005 Share | | podcast Podcast | | Hawaiian Airlines Discount

WELCOME to Kimo’s Vegas! Thursday at 9 a.m. on Sports Radio 1420 AM meet Richard Marcus, a man who made million and millions and millions of dollars by cheating the casinos. How’s that possible with multi-million-dollar security systems? That’s why he was so successful - he used their security cams to prove he wasn’t cheating when he was!

Julane Strom
Julaine Strom of Mililani won
over a million on the Wheel of
Fortune with 75 cents

WOW ... Julaine Strom of Mililani had to miss her meeting after putting 75 cents (yep, jus 75 cents ... three quarters of a dollar) in the Wheel of Fortune at the New York New York. She won $1,465,581! Funny that 75-cent trick never worked for me.

TELLER, the nonspeaking half of Penn & Teller, (the magic duo at the Rio) auctioned off a personal tour of his home and brunch prepared by Teller himself, including an autographed copy of his highly secret brunch recipes. Six people bid furiously with the winner spending $4,550 (for one seat), making this the second-most expensive lunch auction I know of ... Warren Buffett’s (the super successful investor) eBay lunch auction sold for $351,000 (a bargain for seven people). Whom would you pay to eat lunch with?

SEEN GAMBLIN’ and golfin’ at the Stardust: Gil Tam and the Kamehameha class of 1966. And if you’re wondering about the Richard Tam UNLV Alumni Center, that’s his late uncle (another Kamehameha grad). And you’ll also find his name on the Richard Tam Park and his company, Richard Tam Enterprises.

IN BLACK JACK, why is 17 called the mother-in-law hand? Because you really wanna hit it, but you can’t.

World Poker Tour 3 DVD boxed set
You can win a World
Poker Tour 3 DVD
boxed set

VISIT to win a World Poker Tour 3 DVD Box Set and check out the poker tips, deleted hands, Shana’s bloopers and you can analyze plays by the pros like Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu and Tuan Lee.

IN MARCH, the Bon Jovi “Have A Nice Day World Tour” plays the same MGM venue on the 11th. Did you know the band has done 2,500 concerts in 50 countries and sold more than 100 million albums? If that was us, we’d be saying Have A Nice Day, too!

PEARL CITY grad Tommy Urso is a player development representative (host) at the Venetian who uses the fine art of Aloha to take care of his guests. He writes in to say Howzit to Steve & Karla Gifford of Nanakuli and his dad, Antonio ... e-mail me if you need to hook up with Tommy!

GET MORE Kimo’s Vegas with Brickwood Galuteria Friday morning at 7:20 on Hawaiian105 KINE.

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