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[EU-PT] [H] OVER 800 PS1/PS2 Games - Drakengard, Vagrant Story, Xenogears, Point Blank and more.. [W] PayPal, Bank Transfer[email protected]/albums/72157715276319253
Unfortunately I have to sell my game collection due to some urgent issues. Hard for me to say goodbye, but I have to. I'll leave a Flickr album here with pictures of all the games.
I'm asking for 5150€ for the entire collection, no game will be sold separately.
This is a honest collection from a game enthusiast. Shipping cost can be discussed.
EDIT: Games are mostly PAL, some are NTFS
EDIT 2: added list of games!
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Psycho Betting and Stats 301-Degenalytics Question

Before you even start watching this for entertainment and see if you get offended by this un-P.C. content. Don't be a pussy.
If you can't handle it, leave this thread. If you can, then you may proceed to the next level.
I've been scatter-brained, ire-filled, soul-searching and lost after a 7-day Degen Marathon that brought a shit load of misfortunes. I used to hate social media, but I've learned how to wield the soc. med. sword like a fucking Degen Jedi. I'm going to promote an honest cause where I seek to be victorious in the end. Just you watch you fucking doubters, haters, blockers, scammers. How much grit and intellect would the average fucking person have to endure what I've gone through in the last fucking 48 hours and still come out alive with a sense of greater purpose?
Had about $400 to $500 in righteously earned bonus dollars earned through impossible grinding degen mission that came pretty close to accomplishing (91%).
I would have had some imaginary >$600 BR by now, but instead the roll-over deadline caused the entire deposit to be forfeited and I manage to salvage some $100.
Due to a bonus rollover scheme, 80U of my balance was stuck in bonuses and if I fail to accomplish the roll-over by the deadline, it all gets forfeited.
With a $500-$600 balance, I could have somewhere at $900-1000 by now after a 20-2 W-L record on European football on Wednesday.
How did I get that record yesterday, by sampling a bunch of solid pre-game picks and live betting using my own fucking brain. I consult with the finest in capping. With $10-$20 bet sizes, That would have put me up maybe $15x16 = +$240 at minimum. $1000 was the imaginary bank roll. As of today, betting with $1 units, after Monday-Wednesday's successful run, while Tuesday was a -$50 blip, I converted $100 to about close to $200 (40U).
🤪🤑Psycho Betting🤑🤪:
I learned the art of psycho betting. Taking some well-advised 10U and 30U psycho bets that put my bankroll up a significant amounts, but a big loss does the opposite. Yesterday I manage to hit 4 grand 30U slams in a row, however many on juiced lines, so each $30 bet one returns about $15-20. Thus my bankroll grew nearly +100 units and sits close to $200 from the initial $100 I manage to salvage after that bonus robbery.
If you want to fucking learn the art of Psycho-Betting to the extremest and be successful at it, fucking put in $100 in Bovada (remember to use money that you can afford to lose) and get that fucking bonus for the purpose of looting the bookies in a successful vengeance scheme. This guy is a fucking Artillery:
Fucking hit more than 4x30U grand slams yesterday and some 10-20U cherries on top. I tailed his free picks and other through consultation [Haha fucking reddit/sportsbook will probably ban me for promoting another tout, :)].Of course with my $1.5U size on a crippled bank roll, I cannot grow it to as much as I wanted to using GoTime's techniques. I would have been at another +$400 if I had $6 units. It's a high risk and high reward system, but if you are confident with your picks you go big on it. If you lose it, then you grind back with smaller 10U and 20U bets to try to get back to part to be able to do another 30U bet. The goal is to be like 2-1, 3-0 on 30U grand slams a day. There is some level of sustainability and back up plans to execute in case the 30U bet did not work out. It is very improbable for you to lose 10 in a row on well researched picks that the experts in the community have common agreement on. A lot of the times, the lines shift to reward you less for the pick since big money is already on the pick.
Use the chart on:
Here is a Nice Calculation to do:
📚📑💻Stats 301 Question in Degenalytics💻📑📚**:**
Lastly I asked anyone in the past few days to do a Stats 301 question with Degenalytics Context: To fucking determine the probability that an avg Joe with a $100+100 Bonus Bank-roll or $500 + 250B bank roll can actually pull off the $3000/$7500 grind in some number of N months betting with supposedly 2 full months of real sports (N-2) getting Obliterated by COVID-19. I want you to give me an analytical calculation or a simulation of your work and give me all the possible scenarios.
Then give the final verdict of if that number converges to 0.000% or 100.00% that the average Joe would succeed his false-hope mission for a successful rollover.
In other words think of it like this: If the average joe bets his entire bank roll 12 or more times (roll-over is not x10 because of bookie juice), what is the probability that he will still end up in the green? Also assign a tilt probability factor that the Average Joe would go on some emotional tilt spree to end up bust again? And make it even harder by eliminating 2-3 full months of real sports (N-2.5) and having to bet on Bovada's limited shitty ass lines and shitty live odds.
If you fucking want to eliminate the -2.5 months, then allow the average joe the freedom to bet on N months of e-sports [hahah] and see where that goes.
I had a bad experience betting on e-sports for 2 months and only end up -15-20U. I'm not saying that I lost because I suck at e-sports betting or I tailed the wrong people. The Bovada lines are super shitty and limited. Most of the time, on live esports, all you see are dashed out lines as if they fucking know what the rigged result is and prevent people from doing hedge bets or try to bet opposite spreads when they are winning to guarantee an insurance 1-1 with minimal damage incurred to their bank-roll. The live betting experience on e-sports on the Bovada platform is so bad that you are guaranteed to lose in the long run. Fucking hell Bodog/Bovada even offered me a $250 deposit on 100% bonus after the Rudy Gobert day in Mid March. They advertised the joys and wonders of getting rich betting off esports.
I was so tempted to deposit, however I kind of over-slept and missed out on the dead-line so they closed the bonus offer. Pretty good relief that I did not fuck-up my real credit card and bank account by falling for that scam again. It was an accidental Grace of God moment to fucking avoid that E-sports deposit marketing scam.
BONUS Questions:
A: Calculate the number of months needed and number of successful bets required for the conservative degen 1u bettor to grind out the roll-over playing
$2.00 tug of war with the bookie.
B: Calculate the odds that a professional capper who knows how to adjust unit sizes (1u-5u), do parlays once a while, will succeed the roll-over in some
N-2.5 months or add some e-sports to have fun to keep the N factor.
C.1: Calculate the conditional probabilities for the bettor succeeding in the mission if on the first few days of betting:
i) He loses bet 1 for about $20.
ii) Wins bet 1 for about $20 to earn $17.5.
iii) Goes on a 3 game losing streak
iv) 5 game losing streak
v) Positivity case: The guy got lucky and nearly doubled his bank roll on a decent run from day. Up +100U or $200. [I'm sure that out of bad discipline the average Joe would still go -200U in the long run with a pretty high probability.]
C.2: Determine the mathematical scheme on how the Bookies can use your first few losses to eventually put you in a 60+:40- (Greater than 60% locked in bonus, less than 40% of your deposited money). Bonus:Locked funds ratio.
The Jinx-King answer: It converges to zero [hahaha], but I really am interested in know what other scenarios math and stats people have come up. And your mathematical approaches and formulae used to generate possible scenarios and probabilities. But I think it is safe to say that for the average Joe,the answer is 0.00% success rate. Bodog/Bovada knows this exactly and refuses to put a hiatus on the roll-over deadline. Instead they keep it going so that people can try to wager on e-sports and lose their entire bank roll. They are only interested it getting 100% of your locked funds so that they can buy expensive cruises, yachts, beach mansions, resort packages, etc in Aruba or some other tropical place. Where you got millions of desperate Americans, Canadians in struggling economies with lost jobs and zero positive cash-flow. About 10% or so or perhaps even more deposit money into off-shore gambling websites hoping they can roll-over their bank-roll some ridiculous number of times and make a few bucks to put food on the table.
In fact, it makes matters worst being jobless, having zero cash flow and having locked funds in scamming bookies. If you are not good at casino or sports-betting games, you would have:
A: Lose your entire deposit for failing to grind it out properly.
B: Not grind it out on time on whatever dead-line the roll-over was.
C: Even if you did successfully grind that shit out using conservative 1u betting and play $2 tug of war with the bookie, you will end up just wasting your time grinding it out for hours and hours on end. It would have been better for you to fucking find a job at some farm helping out with harvesting crops or work in meat plants so that food does not go to waste. I bet you I can make more money than your $2 tug of war in one a day picking off cans and bottles off the streets in some exercise walking/running/biking + collection routine then selling it to the recycling center for $0.05-0.25 a unit. Trust me at my university, I spot maybe about 50-200 empty/partially driven cans and bottles left on desks, lecture halls, the floor, libraries, work areas, etc. Supposed that I harvested that shit, I would be making $5-$20 a day collecting it all and going to the recycling center once every week.
The fucking company knows this COVID-19 closure shit and want to use it to their advantage to continue to rob millions of their customers. Last week, I tried to call customer service, chat help, email, etc. and management has spoken to plead my case to delay the roll-over dead-line in a pro-rated time frame so that customers with locked balances can resume betting with their full balance when Game 1 of any Major League Sport actually returns. They give me the same bull-shit over and over saying they decline my request. For what reason?
  1. The terms and conditions written in fine print for accepting the bonus conversion challenge. "Rules are Rules."
  2. They were aware my deadline of June 22 at 19:23 ET was approaching soon. They knew I was on a mission to salvage my bank roll before they yank out the 60-75U trapped in bonus balances (i.e. Ghost money). By the end of it, I realize I made a foolish mistake. Most of my wins were just from bonus money and I was rewarded $0.00 on righteous wins on expired bonuses.
Therefore Bonus money only earns bonus money which put my entire bank-roll in a 80:20 ratio where the bookies control 80U in ghost money. By the end of the roll-over deadline, they get to yank out 80U of my balance at the deadline and left me with about $100 (20U) bank roll to regrind.
  1. They knew I was winning consistently making solid picks.
During my 110 hour marathon over the brutal grind of losing more than 70 hours of work, leisure and recreation; 35 hours of sleep; to a fucking impossible grind of trying to roll over some 60% of $7500 on sports I have little knowledge of capping (i.e. E-sports, Table Tennis, European football) after a few days of studying the game, I was picking up my stride to grind it to 91%. They fucking knew that if I had another day to grind, they would be coughing up +$600-800 of withdrawable balance to my account.
I am a Fucking PHD Candidate (2-6 months from graduating and not having to pay another round of BS tuition) who does a shitload of mathematics, statistics, simulations, mathematical physics, wrote scientific papers. I've won T.A. Awards, Government/Provincial/Institutional level scholarships, Conference presentations, with even Undergrad honors back in the day. DM me if you need a fucking CV to prove my fucking credentials.
Why am I able to write a lot of shit? Because my fucking brain operates on some max level Intel Xeon chip on overclock mode and I cannot do much to shut it down other than going to sleep. They only way is to write articles that I think might benefit the community.
I have a crazy interest in sports and Degen'ing. I love to fucking put action on sports games, be proud about making the correct calls on the outcome of games before it happens, and then boast to my circle of competitive friends about who's the fucking Boss. As tabboo as society think us degens are, I think this absolute BS. There is a pure enjoyment in watching sports and having action on it. It is nice to get paid beer money to cover a round for your buddies, or earn that rent money over a successful night of betting on shit you actually enjoy watching. Fuck I rather make $300 for one evening of enjoying sports rather than working a 9-5 dull job to try to afford rent/mortgage. If I can fucking pay off all my monthly expenses in 3 fucking successful nights of 3 hr sessions of sports matches, that would be ideal. I would take the lather over a 9-5 rat-race grind.
Overall I am "PRO" in the debate for local single sports betting bookies to be established in Canada. Get these fucking scamming off-shore books like bodog/Bovada who contribute only contribute "Bagel" to the Canadian Economy, but instead make it worst by scamming the masses of hard working or desperate people to leak out some sum of billions of dollars of national GDP. Probably the same applies to all American States, that people should not have to cough up their hard earned $$$$ to off-shore scamming bookies. I shall write an article about this later to justify my arguments later.
Ultimately I my goal is to obliterate or negate the influence of all the cons, scamming bookies, and false touts out there who are just interested in stealing people's $$$. To write out full studies on exposing their schemes in an objective lens.
Calling me out: (Think I cannot track these pussy downvotes? I know you cowards 😂😜😎)
If you think I'm full of BS, then send me a personal DM to have a 1v1 argument the same way that Stephen A debates sports with Max Kellerman. You can downvote me or flame me with empty hate talk all you want on public threads. But don't be a fucky pussy by avoiding a debate with me. Trust me, I'm going to win and be the last one to state a real point that you will have no comeback for [haha]. Lastly, if you are open to discuss or debate with me about some issues, do some resarch/exploration, betting strategies, etc., I would love your collaboration in some projects I got going on.
Ultimately, I should help every honest worker strive towards Degen success or if not, just to purely enjoy putting action on sports games. If you are too full of yourself, then you are on your own, I bid thee adieu, and wish you all the best. However you will be absolutely declined to all services and counsel I work to provide to friends for free.
Social Media📺🎬
Some extra Resource to how I got to this point in my mission.
Here it is for starters:
June 23, 2020: The Impossible Pursuit Reddit/sportsbook/Brag and Bitch (Tuesday)
June 24, 2020: Doubling Bank roll and rewarded Bagel: Reddit/sportsbook/Brag and Bitch (Wednesday)
June 24, 2020: How can you win 5 in a row and lose it all simultaneously? Reddit/sportsbook/What is your most impressive win?
Full Twiiter:
All my media:
Discord: ????? To be solved.
Challenges: Got a few right in progress now and a couple of drafts I am working on.
The Jinxking Crusade (In progress):
Turns out many people cannot withdraw anything out of Bovada/bodog due to some website glitches. Will try to recover a bankroll to attempt a withdrawal, however I am likely to have the same issues too. They will make some lame excuse to not give me a cheque. Definitely no point of pursuing anything in bovada/bodog if they refuse to give you withdrawables. The goal is to get their website off outta here. As well as get them out of advertisements. They definitely pulled off some "Get the fucking money and run scheme" and you will likely not see your money again. GG
The Jinxking Challenge (In progress):
Want to expose a bad tout who over prices the service and has a mediocre record? Tail and fade to call their their BS or mediocre non profiting record out. Also good for finding legitimate winners too. This will be a mission to expose shitty touts on Twitter the way Penn & Teller exposes BS in the market.
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u/vernazza's unnecessarily long guide to Budapest

Free 30+ page travel guide about Budapest, Hungary and bits of Central Europe. Enjoy!
Information correct as of summer 2020. If you find anything incorrect or would like to make requests, suggestions (or just want to say hi), please do that here! You should also drop by in /budapest to see past questions and to get advice from multiple people.
I would also greatly appreciate your post-trip feedbacks about whether my recommendations worked out for you or not! Restaurants, clubs can undergo radical changes and it's not always possible to keep track of every single one.
The local charity I support is the Hungarian Food Bank Association. For every €1 donated they are able to save €30 worth of perishable food and have it reach underprivileged Hungarian families. If you find this guide useful, please consider donating to them!
Some links use URL-shorteners, so I could track how many of you are using this guide. Nothing fishy waiting for you behind them.
See my suggestions in the comments below about:
The situation is subject to change momentarily, this information is current as of September 2020. Eastern Europe as a whole has largely been spared from the worst of it, including Hungary, and the risk of transmission is low.
Presently foreigners are banned from entry altogether. Exceptions are in place for people with ties to the country (family members, studies, work, those holding residence permits), and people transiting by car on designated highways.
The situation will be revised monthly, with experts saying the second peak is expected for December-January.
In the country, you need to wear a mask on public transport, inside shops, malls, cinemas, museums. You don't need to wear them inside restaurants, cafes, bars, but they must close by 23.00. Social distancing rules are in place, but largely ignored.
Hungary has a continental climate with 4 seasons. Summer is the main season, a slightly less busy time to visit is April to mid-June and September to October, but the weather is less predictable. Those uncomfortable with 30+C (>85F) temperatures should visit around then as 35+C (>95F) is not uncommon in the summer. November through March has -5 to 10 (20-50F) and possibly gloomier weather – but fewer tourists.
Currency: the Hungarian Forint (HUF, Ft). Fair exchange rates for Euros is around 330-335Fts, for US Dollars around 300. Only use currency exchanges where the buy/sell spread isn't greater than 5-6Fts for these two currencies!
Citizens of 62 countries do not require a visa to enter the Schengen Area and can stay for maximum 90 days within a rolling 180-day window. See here if you don’t know what that entails. EU member countries that are not members of the Schengen Area are Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, and the United Kingdom, visits to these do not count toward your 90 days. Non-EU countries part of the Schengen Area are Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland, visits to these do count toward the cap.
Because we both know you want to do your own research, use:
See the city in 4K, or with Rick Steves.
However nothing beats having a physical guidebook in your hand! Lonely Planet has the best and most recent issue.
Read up on the concept of coconut and peach cultures, as sometimes the reserved and distant behaviour of locals can be misinterpreted by ‘peach’ visitors as rudeness – nope!
This is a comprehensive itinerary, but leaves out the best museum of the city: the House of Terror, a solemn museum of the Nazi and Soviet occupation and crackdowns (get the audio guide or be prepared to peruse dozens of pamphlets). There's an attendance limit, so you might need to wait up to 30-45 minutes to get in when it's the busiest. When you are around Deák Ferenc tér, drop by in the Tourinform office (Sütő utca 2., the small street near the church) to stock up on free maps, printed guides of the city. WeLoveBudapest prints a comprehensive and free one every year around June.
I suggest 4 full days to discover Budapest, or 3 faster paced ones. Make it 5-7 if you'd like to make a few daytrips (Szentendre - open-air ethnographic museum, cobblestoned, quaint center, Esztergom - Central Europe's largest cathedral and religious center, Visegrád - medieval castle, Eger - medieval castle and wine region). Most of Hungary’s highlights can be visited in 2 weeks. For more details on countryside and international trips, see my comment below.
Meal times and habits are typical to central Europe: breakfast is usually done at home, not much of a culture of eating out in the morning. But a large number of new wave breakfast places have popped up in the past years, which offer ample opportunities for visitors, normally from 8am. Lunch is at midday, after 1pm most places are going to be fairly empty and many will stop serving lunch after 2pm. The standard time for dinner is 7pm, bookings for later than 8pm are unusual. Lots of restaurant kitchens close at 10pm (with the restaurant following suit 30-60 minutes later), finding a meal after that hour is challenging for anything other than street food.
Gellért is the most aesthetic, Széchenyi the largest and most popular among foreigners (Sparty can get crazy with lots of drinking, puking and sex going on in the pools, but it is wildly overpriced and 100% aimed at visitors). Rudas is a Turkish hamam with swimwear optional, single-gender weekdays (women-only on Tuesdays, coed and swimwear-mandatory on the weekend). Lukács is plain and personally I’m not a fan of it – tourists only visit it because it’s included free with the Budapest Card. For more details on the baths, see this.
For off the beaten path sights, ride the D11 or D12 public boat lines for a cheap alternative to paid cruises (travelcards only valid on weekdays, otherwise 700Ft), check out the Pinball Museum, Hospital in the Rock or check out this section for a lot more off the beaten path ideas.
Hungary has the world’s highest effective VAT (=sales tax) at 27%. Non-EU/EEA tourists are eligible for VAT refund on their qualifying purchases if they complete the paperwork (min. €175 value per transaction, passport+reclaim form stamped by customs official).
The most popular and best accessible mall of the city is WestEnd on Nyugati tér. Arena Plaza is larger by floor area and carries a couple brands that can’t be found elsewhere, but is less centrally located (10min walk from Keleti train station). Don’t expect to find bargains on clothing or electronics, prices are similar to Western Europe and over North American or Asian ones.
For more information on shopping and VAT refund, see here.
Paprika Market is a decent souvenir shop in the sea of overpriced, terrible quality crap on Váci utca.
Magma Gallery for contemporary and affordable jewelry, ceramics and home decor items by local designers is just one street over on Petőfi Sándor utca.
Check out the antique bookstores alongside Múzeum körút between Astoria and Kálvin tér, some have Socialist-era posters available for sale from 30€ and up, that could be a unique gift/home decor to take home. Ecseri road flea market for more antiques, go early on Saturdays.
Hungarian cuisine is hearty and filling, with a heavy use of meats. Must-try foods are:
For authentic recipes, recommendations for recipe blogs or cookbooks, tips for cooking traditional Hungarian meals, see here
For edible souvenirs to bring home with you:
Grocery stores include Spar, Tesco, Aldi and Lidl. Avoid CBA and Coop, low quality for high prices. Small convenience stores, many 24/7, also dot the city at higher prices.
The most popular and best accessible mall of the city is WestEnd on Nyugati tér.
Alcohol is sold at every one, but some (mostly residential) districts enact a ban on the sale between 22.00-06.00. The central Pest districts don’t have such limitations in place.
Tobacco is sold at tobacconists (‘nemzeti dohánybolt’ ). These shops are also exempt from the evening alcohol sale ban if you find yourself in such a district. Flavored cigarettes are banned in Hungary, so no Black Devils or Sobranies.
Budgets (per person)
For reasonable comforts, I would suggest aiming for at least €50 per day excluding accommodation. Hotel prices significantly vary in and outside high season.
Getting around
Do not buy the Budapest Card, it is not a bargain, even if every travel blogger seems to think otherwise! You would need to visit at least 3-4 museums a day to break even and the free visit to the pretty plain Lukács Baths could mean you’d deny yourself going to the much more interesting mainstream alternatives, such as Gellért or Széchenyi. The discounted museums are second-rate and typically not what most visitors choose to hit up on their own.
Do buy a public transport travelcard, the 1, 3 or 5-day unlimited options require no validation or ID (common reasons for fines). For week-long stays, the 7-day travelcard needs an ID number and that you have the document on you at all times. Please do not try to get around by using single tickets!
The travelcards are economical (from €5/24h to €15/week) and easy to use: no validation, you just show it to the controllers. Validity starts immediately by default, or you can select a later starting date (always from midnight). 7-day and monthly passes require an ID/passport number, and you must have the ID on you whenever you travel, otherwise you risk getting fined! Groups of 4 or more can also buy the even more economical '24h group travelcard', but all persons must travel together using that.
Common reasons for fines
Ticket inspectors (must have an anonymized badge and armband) are notoriously brash, speak subpar English. Paying on the spot lets them give you a discounted fine of 8000 instead of the regular 16000 through postal order or wire transfer, they aren't looking to scam you if they offer you that. Fines are pursued internationally through collection agencies, multiplying the original amount once their fees are added.
Cheapest way to get to the city from the airport is by public transport. I suggest paying the 900Ft supplementary ticket for the 100E bus. The southern portion of the M3 subway is under reconstruction, during that period the 200E buses go beyond their usual terminus, Kőbánya-Kispest and take you to Nagyvárad tér station, where the subway runs from. The purple ticket machines at the airport and all over the city take chipped cards. Shuttle bus is a good compromise between price and comfort and depart when full or close to.
Ignore touts walking up to you offering cabs in the arrival hall, use the official Főtaxi booth immediately outside the building. Rates are centralized: flagfall 700Ft, 300Ft/km, 75Ft/min waiting. The fair price to the centre is around 7-9.000Fts. Rides inside the centre are typically under 3.000. All taxi companies have passable reputations with a few horror stories about each, Főtaxi (+36-1-222-2222), 6x6 Taxi (+36-1-666-6666), City Taxi (+36-1-211-1111) are a few. There are some stories of even company cab drivers trying to rip off naive-looking tourists, especially around train and bus stations, so consider legal Uber-alternative Taxify/Bolt (Android, iOS). Uber is banned.
Most companies have apps, but they have terrible design and might set an unchangeable pick up location 5-10 minutes away from you. It’s much better to order by phone, they have English-speaking operators. If you must use an app, choose Taxify.
Cabbies are the only ones eclipsing the ticket inspectors in notoriety. I cannot emphasize enough: DO NOT USE THE ONES WITH ‘FREELANCER’ ON THE FRONT DOORS!!! These drivers are nicknamed 'hyenas', work independently, they always have rigged meters and are known to sometimes assault customers who don’t comply with their ridiculous demands. If you hail on the street, be absolutely certain you’re getting into a company cab (logo on the front doors).
A known scam by the hyenas, fraudsters and illegal street exchangers is giving you worthless currencies with similarly high denominations as the Forint – namely the Indonesian Rupiah or the old Belarusian Ruble.
Bag handlers at the airport steal from unsecured luggage. Never put any valuables in your checked luggage!
Overly friendly, attractive women approaching you in broad daylight 'to practice their English' and taking you to scammy cafés where you'll be charged €300 for a bottle of bottom-shelf champagne are also to be avoided. Recently a Redditor reported the same happening to him through Tinder, so be very suspicious of anyone insistent on going to a particular establishment. The scam café was Hajós Café on Hajós utca. Another known scam location is Café Fidelité on Révay utca.
Otherwise general safety cautions should be exercised: watch your valuables in crowded spaces for pickpockets, be wary of overly friendly strangers approaching you and introducing the idea of going to a club or bar by their 5th sentence or of people pretending to be authority.
Policemen typically wear dark blue uniforms and white shirts , sometimes with a visibility vest and can be identified by the numbered metal badges on their chest and their separate police ID card which you can ask to inspect before complying with their orders. Scammers use fake police IDs to part you with your cash under the guise of inspecting the notes for counterfeits. Always ask to see it first: this is real, this is fake – notice where the real one has a serial number, the fake says POLICE. If the issue is anything halfway serious, ask to be escorted to the nearest police station – it will scare away scammers playing dress up.
The emergency number is 112 for police, ambulance or firefighters, there are English-speaking operators (works throughout the EU).
If you get pickpocketed, notify both the police and in case of losing your travel documents, your embassy. Thieves are usually courteous enough to leave papers near trash bins, so walk around in the neighbourhood to see if you can recover them. If you find someone else’s, hand in to the nearest police station.
Getting around
the city is easy, Budapest has one of the best public transport systems of the continent. Use Google Maps for orientation and getting around! Tickets and passes with rates are listed here.
All EU/EEA citizens aged 65+ travel for free on all Hungarian public transport, including trains, distance buses. Picture ID and administrative 0 Ft ticket required. Age 65 is not included.
Student discounts are available to full-time students in EU/EEA countries with a valid student ID. If it doesn’t have it, also carry a picture ID. EU citizenship not required, you only need to study there full-time (not applicable for exchange students unless they get ID issued). The monthly student pass (3450) is cheaper than the 72h travel card (4150) for identical benefits.
The 4 subway lines are coded by numbers and, unofficially, colour (1-yellow, 2-red, 3-blue, 4-green). The busiest, M3, is under renovation until 2021, but remains in partial operation, see details here. The entire line shuts down after 8pm and all day on weekends (replacement buses operate), and one section of the line is always out of service. For 2019 it’s the southern segment, between Kőbánya-Kispest and Nagyvárad tér. During this time the 200E airport bus will take you to the more central Nagyvárad tér stop (from where the subway runs) instead of its regular terminus of Kőbánya.
In Budapest driving is not recommended for the perpetual lack of parking spaces, congestion and because there's really no need to. If you must arrive by car, pick a hotel with parking, use the free parking lot at Kelenföld subway station, street-parking by StarPark at Podmaniczky utca at ~€8/24h, or opt for a more central location (such as one of CarE Park’s garages ) at ~20€/24h, €100/week and do not use it for getting around in the city. Public areas are metered in the entire centre, typically charging 1.5€/h with a cap of 3 hours on a ticket.
The Bubi city bike system is available for anyone’s use. The rates are very favourable (500Ft for 1-day, 1000 for 3 for the pass), but a deposit of €80 will be docked when you register and might take a few weeks to release. First 30 minutes are free, after it's 500Ft/30min on top of the daily pass' price.
Two e-car sharing systems compete in Budapest. I suggest using MOL Limo, as you can complete your licence verification remotely (do it before arrival, they might take a day or three if they are backlogged). Despite the name, the cars are tiny, automatic VW up!s, the majority electric and all automatic. Age limit 18, min. 1-year old national licence, foreign ones accepted, €20 registration fee and €0.25/min rate. Coverage includes basically every area of note to tourists in the centre, except the Castle and underground garages (as well as the airport). Expansion is planned for the future. You cannot park (leave the car) outside the coverage area, but you can drive through.
The best rated tour bus company is Big Bus, Giraffe (aka. the red Hop On Hop Off ones) tends to get mixed-to-negative reviews. Segway tours also available.
Free thematic walking tours of the city depart in front of the lion fountain on Vörösmarty tér daily. A tip of 2000-2500Ft/person suggested, but they're are chill about it, you can give less if you're on a budget.
River cruises run during the day and the evening, including dinner (usually not great, save for one) or party in the latter case. The most popular is Legenda, partiers choose Boat Party.
One standout cruise is Pannónia Gastro Boat that goes above and beyond the standard quality of service of other operations and often host guest chefs from innovative countryside restaurants.
Public transport alternative is the D11 or D12 boat lines between Boráros tér going up to Népfürdő utca (or getting off at Jászai Mari tér or Margaret island 1 or 2 stops prior). Tram 2 between Jászai Mari tér and Boráros tér hugs the Danube on the Pest side and loops around the Parliament for a similarly nice experience. Seasonal operations, normally from March through October.
The currency of Hungary is the Hungarian Forint (1EUR=330HUF, 1USD=300HUF in November 2019), but I’ve listed prices in Euros (€). Check for current rates here.
Don't exchange Forints at home, bring USD/EUGBP in cash or a chipped card with you – the withdrawal fee is far smaller than what you’d lose by the atrocious rates available to you at home (exception: neighbouring countries).
With cards, Visa, Mastercard are best, Maestro acceptable. Avoid Amex, Diners Club and other uncommon non-European issues.
CAD/AUD/JPY/CNY will be exchanged at slightly worse rates, but still much better than if you’d exchange Forints at home. I don't recommend bringing currencies other than the ones I've mentioned and those from neighboring countries, but if you do, Tichi Change exchanges almost every valid currency in the world at as good of a rate as you could realistically hope for.
When the ATM asks you if you want to be charged in your home currency, say no and opt for Forints or you'll lose up to 30% due to the poor conversion rate! Learn more about the rip-off of dynamic currency conversion here and steer clear of the ATMs operated by Euronet. Besides the dynamic currency conversion ripoff, they will also prompt you to withdraw ridiculously high amounts of money (equivalent of $500 or more) that you will not be able to spend in 3-4 days.
Don't exchange any money with bright orange Interchange they use ripoff rates (>30% spread). They hava e monopoly at the airport and are also present throughout the city in premium locations, such as Váci utca. Street exchange is illegal and a good way to get scammed.
Tons of fine currency exchanges around the city, the best USD and EUR rates are at Gold Change but use your eyes: the buy/sell spread shouldn’t be more than 1-3% apart for these, or 2.5-5% at banks. Exchange offices and banks do not take cards! You may only use them for ATM withdrawals.
Make sure to bring an unlocked phone, ideally a dual-SIM one.
The 3 main carriers are Vodafone, Telekom (T-Mobile) and Telenor. The best prepaid package is Telekom's Domino Fix with the 1/3/30-day unlimited 4G add-on, costing 990+9900Fts (€32) for the 30-day option. SIM cards need to be activated after purchase, so buy them at brand stores where help is available instead of supermarkets or gas stations.
Roaming fees within the EU have been abolished in 2017, you will be able to use your SIM in any EU member country, but not as if it would be local. I.e. a Vodafone Hungary-issued SIM will be roaming on Vodafone Austria’s network. Some 'reasonable' data caps remain in place, which are determined by the cost of your service.
Outside the EU there are punitive data rates. I once managed to rack up a $90 bill for 5MB by accident.
Rates are for high season (late April through September, Christmas, NYE), might be 50+% lower on other dates
Location: if you plan on sleeping, the party district (VII., inside the ring road) should be avoided, as well as VIII. outside of it and around Keleti train station for safety reasons/because you can get nicer digs elsewhere. An under the radar gem of an area is VII. between Múzeum körút and the ring road. Buda is nowhere as dead as tourists collectively imagine it to be (especially around Széll Kálmán tér), don’t shun it if you find someplace nice there.
Eat at
For more detailed restaurant recommendations, see this comment. August visitors, check the restaurants' websites and Facebook to see if they aren't on holiday!
The quality of service is a common source of complaints, don't take it too hard if it happens to you. Tip is 10% most of the time, unless you’re really dissatisfied or find yourself absolutely elated. Many top end restaurants add a ~12% service charge to the bill, tipping on top of that is not expected, though naturally it will be appreciated.
Neither regular, nor ost fast food restaurants do refills. The only exceptions are all KFCs and a few Burger Kings.
Smoking is banned at all restaurants, bars and basically every facility open to the public. Designated smoking areas can be found outside on the street.
Try pálinka (~40% ABV fruit brandy), Unicum (herbal bitteaperitif, like Jäger), bikavér from Eger and Szekszárd (lit. ‘bull’s blood’, a full-bodied red), Tokaji aszú (similar to white Port, made of hand-picked berries with noble rot, named the "wine of kings, king of wines" from the 18th century) or fröccs (spritzer, white or red wine mixed with seltzer – a lifesaver in the summer)!
More details in the shopping section.
Or get really local and ask for ’fény’, carbonated vodka foam over raspberry syrup. You’ll see the fény (=light) at the end of the tunnel in no time!
Eat a freshly fried lángos at market halls (acceptable toppings: sour cream, garlic, cheese, perhaps ham and cabbage - certainly none of that tourist stuff with nutella, Hungarian sausage or kebab...) and fried sausage from a butcher shop such as 1951 establishment Balla Hús in Városház utca or the more contemporary Belvárosi Disznótoros eatery. The gallery of the Hold utca market hall hosts quality street food vendors, Karaván food truck yard right next to Szimpla.
For more detailed recommendations, including strip clubs, casinos and more, see this comment.
A casual evening
Ruin pubs
Mainstream clubs
Rock and miscellaneous
Gay bars
Get out
See train schedules on Elvira, check for buses on (this site combines bus and train schedules, but has no English version, check for the orange or blue icon on the left side to see which is which).
Daytrip options include
For multi-day excursions, including to lake Balaton and detailed information on car rental, countryside and international tourism opportunities, click here
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Palace Analysis and Discussion/Tier list

I apologize for the length of this post in advance.
TLDR image of just the tier list if you don't want to read

S: Madarame’s Museum

Visual Design – 11/10
The visuals of this palace had me profusely nutting, especially this shot at the halfway point. The paintings and art in general allowed for the most visual diversity of any palace, but they all held a cohesive theme. The art museum being the prettiest palace sounds like a given, and the design team really delivered on it.
Gameplay – 11/10
Diving under and jumping over lasers made this feel like an actual heist where you had to dodge security and stay hidden. The puzzles weren’t difficult, but difficulty shouldn’t be an issue on only the second dungeon of the game. What they did do, however, was really emphasize and mesh with the idea of distorting reality. Jumping into paintings and moving from one to the next with no real discernable dimensional physics and the M.C. Escher-like staircases and portals towards the end reinforce the idea that this isn’t the real world, and the rules that govern it don’t apply.
Music – 9/10
The entirety of P5’s soundtrack is amazing, and this song is no exception. The combination of traditional instruments with the heavy, steady drum beat marching you along through the halls of the museum create an ambience that is simultaneously relaxed and filled with tension. You can chill out, but you know you need to keep moving.
Boss Fight/Ruler – 10/10
The final battle of the museum was the first time I truly felt challenged by the game; I lost this fight about three or four times before I finally did it right. The puzzle of figuring out which parts had immunity to which types of damage and strategically figuring out when you could afford to let one of the parts heal from your aoe skills as well as dealing with the fact that one part can revive the others all coalesced into a challenging, but rewarding conclusion to an already solid palace. Madarame himself also serves as a nice transition from Bully Teacher treating students at one school like shit to villains whose influence have a larger sense of scale. Madarame doesn’t control the whole world, but his reputation in the art community was nothing to scoff at. It also felt nice to see him grovel once he had finally been defeated.

Overall Score – 41/40

A perfect level 2 from a gameplay perspective, visually stunning, and narratively thematic. Amazing palace.

A: Mementos Depths

Visual Design – 10/10
Personally, I’m a fan of the eldritch aura this palace had. It felt like true evil, and the branching-veins-all-connected-to-a-central-heart motif is one I really appreciate. Shots like this and this give you a sense of scale of just how deep this rabbit hole goes, have amazing color and contrast, and the arterial tendrils wrapping around everything look sick and feel menacing.
Gameplay – 7/10
Simply put, there wasn’t a lot to do in this palace; but that’s okay. You had to crawl through Mementos proper just to get here, and it simply serves as the calm before the storm that is the final boss. The floor tile puzzles were still fun to do, and some of the fights were tough, but this was intended to be more of a mini-dungeon than a proper palace in my opinion. However, it was made a little easy given that there was a free full restore waiting at the start every time you made it to a saferoom.
Music – 11/10
Freedom and Security is my favorite track on the entire Persona 5 OST. It’s desolate, but has a slightly triumphant undertone: “you’ve made it this far, but look where you’ve ended up.” The lead guitar stands out and elevates the mood but also harmonizes with the violins providing the rhythm, and the periodic bang from the heavy drum goes straight to my bones.
Boss Fight/Ruler – 10/10
It’s God. You kill God. “YOU HAVE NO MEANS OF ESCAPE, HUMANS” and all that. Nothing but a badass fight that tests your knowledge of the game.

Overall Score – 38/40

It appeals to my personal fancy in more ways than one, and I really enjoyed this dungeon.

A-: Sae Niijima’s Casino

Visual Design – 9/10
Between its pretty lights and colorful halls, this was another solid palace design. It didn’t particularly feel unreal or distorted outside of the whole “everything that’s not the Casino is totally normal” thing though.
Gameplay – 8.5/10
This palace was fun and the minigames offered a neat change of pace, but “pretty good” is about the best I can offer for how I felt playing this palace. Akechi kinda asspulls two separate times for the sake of moving the plot along – which from a story perspective shows how smart, cunning, and forward-thinking he is – but from the standpoint of the player it feels kinda bad for a challenge to be presented only for someone to step in and go “nevermind lol sorry I planned for this.” It feels especially bad the second time. The solo-Joker boss gauntlet was my favorite part though.
Music – 8.5/10
On its own, this song is a 10/10. It’s another solid entry on the OST, but I don’t think it’s necessarily a good song for a dungeon. It’s too nonchalant and jazzy, and doesn’t offer the kind of tension you’d expect from what was supposed to be the Phantom Thieves’s last hurrah at the time. It fits thematically for the palace, and is good on its own, but on a greater scale in terms of the story it doesn’t evoke the right emotion in my opinion.
Boss Fight/Ruler – 9.5/10
I’ll admit, Sae was nowhere near my favorite character at this point, but that’s not a bad thing. A character doesn’t have to be likeable to be good. The purpose she served in the plot and the person she becomes after she changes her own heart – rather than it being forcefully changed – redeemed her. But up until this point, she’s been nothing but a workaholic that will cheat every which way in order to win. I don’t think cheating a cheater is fun, and the game doesn’t make you. You beat her at her own game entirely fairly with no rigged odds, and it’s very satisfying. After you expose her cheats, it becomes a war of attrition with no gimmick; it’s thematic, but does get a little grindy from the gameplay side of things.

Overall Score – 35.5(+1)/40

I’m giving this palace a bonus point because even though there were some aspects I had qualms with, I feel like it was greater than the sum of its parts.

B: Futaba’s Tomb

Visual Design – 9/10
I liked the meshing of ancient pyramid ruins with digital code and electronic rune patterns. The room beyond the locked door at the end of the main hall is spacious and bigger on the inside than it seems on the outside, which you could argue represents how Futaba feels about her room.
Gameplay – 8.5/10
Fun puzzles and good fights. The chase sequence in the town at the start wasn’t particularly stimulating and was over as soon as it started, and I wish that town had been expanded upon in general. The inside of the pyramid was good though.
Music – 8/10
This song fits thematically, but after the second or third loop it starts to drone on, but that makes sense considering it’s an ancient tomb – everything should feel dead and lifeless with a slight desert theme – and this song captures that feeling well. On its own though, it’s not one you’re going to put on repeat (or at least I’m not compelled to).
Boss Fight/Ruler – 9/10
These two should really be split up for this palace, since the fight is pretty unrelated to the ruler themselves. Futaba is a cute anxious girl with mental illnesses and a protecc score of over 9000. She’s great and I love her. The fight, on the other hand, was rather anticlimactic, since it was just a scripted loss until Futaba decides to awaken her persona, and then you just spam Mediarama until you can shoot the harpoon a few times and then wail on her until she dies; cyclical and repetitive gameplay. However, defeating an imaginary demon that haunts Futaba within herself is the whole point of this palace, so the fight still fits thematically.

Overall Score – 34.5/40

Really good palace. No real problems, just some small things that could be improved.

B-: The Okumura Foods Space Station Factory

Visual Design – 8/10
Space stations are neat and fit the industrial feel of a corporate factory; everything is bland and metal and unremarkable on its own, which means they hit the nail on the head. Space itself is also cool, so I’m showing my bias pretty strongly on this one.
Gameplay – 8/10
This will probably the opinion that catches the most contention, but I don’t think this palace was boring or unfun or a slog at all. It felt paced just fine, and the shuttle-hopping puzzle at the end was neat, if a little boring and susceptible to eventual trial-and-error that I’m sure we all resorted to. I thought it was solid.
Music – 8.5/10
I really like the way this track starts out, it’s high-energy and evokes anxiety and the need to keep moving; it also has that techno feel to it to match the space station visual theme. The problem is that it has effectively an entire minute of downtime where it loops the same quiet bassline over and over again with no variation or break. If only they had kept the same mood it has from the start.
Boss Fight/Ruler – 8.5/10
Okumura represents pure corporate evil and greed. He treats his employees like machines meant to do one thing: make him more money. In the fight, he hides behind numerous ranks of lackeys, and then once he runs out, he’s a total pushover. He’s nothing without his employees, and they’re the ones who do all the actual work; he just sits on his ass and barks out orders. I’m glad we got to put him in his place.

Overall Score – 33/40

A solid palace, not bad at all. I could understand why people would overlook or underrate it though, it doesn’t do anything particularly special despite taking place about 65-70% of the way through the game.

C+: Kamoshida’s Castle

Visual Design – 8.5/10
Both portions of the castle look cool. The first half is filled with grand rooms and stained glass and labyrinthine hallways all crawling with guards. Even the dungeons from the prologue bit looked cool with their running water and cells. The tower looks even cooler, and really shows the player how the distortion can spatially affect the palace. I liked how the floor would warp and change as you walked over it a lot.
Gameplay – 7/10
There aren’t really any puzzles and not much else to do other than go from point A to point B, but that’s fine since it’s the first palace and the player already has a lot thrust in front of them. Just exploring the castle and fighting baddies is fine and dandy for now.
Music – 8/10
The music for this palace was good. It’s shady and a little uneasy, and feels like nice thief background music. The right mix of fun and mystery.
Boss Fight/Ruler – 7.5/10
This boss fight was nothing special either but again, it shouldn’t have to be. Just being able to finally take down the asshole that’s been hogging up a ton of screen time with his assholery is catharsis enough.

Overall Score – 31/40

A great introduction to the game that leaves room to be built and expanded upon. Also, fuck that guy.

C: Kaneshiro Bank of Japan

Visual Design – 7/10
The interior design itself was rather bland and uninteresting until you made it to the vault, but that part looked pretty cool. Bonus points for being on a UFO though.
Gameplay – 7/10
Nothing special going on, just move from room to room killing enemies until you make it to the end. The puzzles/camera dodging didn’t feel particularly stimulating or challenging.
Music – 7.5/10
The track that plays for the first half is alright, but I don’t think it particularly fits the overall theme of the palace. Granted, I’m not sure what a bank really should sound like. I like the version that it switches to once you make it to the vault. It’s more bank-heisty in my opinion and I like the bass guitar. Still though, neither track is topping my list anytime soon.
Boss Fight/Ruler – 6.5/10
Kaneshiro is just a forgettable generic mafia boss obsessed with money. Nothing unique or interesting about him. The fight is alright, and the big-ultra-chargeup-oneshotyou attack catches you by surprise the first time around if nothing else.

Overall Score – 28/40

Most forgettable and average palace to me, which sucks because it’s the one where you get best girl as a party member. If not for that, I probably would have been really bored when I was actually playing.

D: Shido’s Ship

Visual Design – whateve10
It’s a cruise ship and the city is flooded. Yeehaw.
Gameplay – ratpuzzle/10
This palace had about one and a half too many rat puzzle hallways and it just kept going on and on. It’s not even particularly hard to not get caught if you’re just patient. Not only that, the rest of the palace is just a miniboss gauntlet, and none of the fights are interesting because they’re just buffed-up versions of normal shadows’ personas.
Music – voteforme/10
Couldn’t hear the music over the speech lol. It’s a persona song, so of course it’s good, but it’s not particularly standout. It does give a cruise ship vibe though.
Boss Fight/Ruler – ohgodhowmanymoreformsdoeshehave/10
It’s just an elongated boring fight against a strong enemy with multiple phases. I kept thinking “okay so when is it actually going to get hard or interesting?” That point never came. Even during his final phase I just kept thinking “oh yay time for another form switch maybe he’ll actually do something cool now” and then the victory screen displayed. The only redeemable part about this fight is Rivers in the Desert playing in the background, and it sullies that song’s name because it’s nowhere near as epic as it should be to deserve being accompanied by it.

Overall Score – yikes/10

I would have been really soured on the whole experience if this was the true final palace like they had made it out to be, so I’m glad it didn’t actually turn out to be that way. It’s just a slog you have to grind through.
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What's happening around town (Wed, May 15th - Tue, May 21st)

Tulsa's event list.


Wednesday, May 15th

Thursday, May 16th

  • The 5x5 Show and Sale! (Tulsa Artists Coalition - Tulsa) Thru Sat, May 18th Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Beth Lipman: Accidental Vestiges (108|Contemporary - Tulsa) Thru Sun, May 19th Start Time: 12:00pm
  • 😂 Charlie Wiener (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Thru Sat, May 18th
  • 🎓 Con Brio (The Shrine - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00am
  • The Conciliation Series May Installment - Paintings by MOLLYWATTA and Matt Phipps (Black Wall Street Theatre - Tulsa) Thru Sun, May 19th Start Time: 11:00am
  • Cruise Night Live Music (Tulsa Raceway Park - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Fitness on the Green: Bootcamp (Guthrie Green - Tulsa) Start Time: 5:30pm
  • 🎡 Gear Dogz Rock Third Thursday Festival! (Skiatook Central Park - Skiatook) Start Time: 6:00pm Gather in Skiatook Central Park, on May 16th for the
  • Joel Daniel Phillips It Felt Like The Future Was Now + Richard Barlow: The Sea of Ice, Receding + Peggy Weil: 88 Cores (Philbrook Downtown - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 11:00am
  • John Lee Hooker + Dust Bowl VR Experience (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) Thru Sat, May 18th Start Time: 10:00am
  • Leonard Bernstein at 100 + Dust Bowl VR Experience (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, May 19th Start Time: 10:00am
  • MITOCHROMA + The EXPERIENCE + Inspiration, Perspiration, And No Real Explanation: 50 Years Of The Art Directors Club Of Tulsa (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Thru Sun, May 19th Start Time: 12:00pm
  • Modern Masters: Rachel Kushner @ B'nai Emunah (Brady District - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Movie In the Park: A Star Is Born (Guthrie Green - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Open Studio Hours (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Start Time: 4:00pm
  • renaissance revisited by Jo Sullivan (Mainline - Tulsa) Thru Sat, May 18th Start Time: 4:00pm
  • 🎨 Sea of Grass: A Talk with Walter and Bunky Echo-Hawk (The Gilcrease Museum - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:30pm Join us for our FREE event The Sea of Grass: Exploring Oklahoma Literature & Art, with author Walter Echo-Hawk and artist Bunky Echo-Hawk on Thursday,...
  • The Slow Drag and Dustin Storm (The Hunt Club - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Thirsty Thursday (Inner Circle Vodka Bar - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Thursday Night Throwdown (The Majestic - Tulsa) Start Time: 11:00pm

Friday, May 17th

Saturday, May 18th

  • The 5x5 Show and Sale! (Tulsa Artists Coalition - Tulsa) Last Day Start Time: 6:00pm
  • 🏃 Aduddell Riverside 5 Miler (Tulsa River Parks - Tulsa) The oldest race in Tulsa is turning 50, and we're planning to celebrate by getting back to its point to point heritage. Refreshments and awards after the race. Raceday registration opens at 7am, race starts at 8am.
  • All About Cyanotypes course (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Start Time: 1:00pm
  • The Art of Telling Personal and Family Stories (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Start Time: 1:00pm
  • Tulsa Athletic vs Ozark FC (Veterans Park - Tulsa) Put on your green and yellow, and cheer the Athletic team to victory in downtown Tulsa. In their first season in 2013, the…
  • Beth Lipman: Accidental Vestiges (108|Contemporary - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm
  • THĒ Brunch with Ralph Macchio & S.E. Hinton @ Hyatt Regency (Brady District - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:30am
  • 🏃 Chandler Park National "Kids To Parks" Day (Chandler Park - Tulsa) Start Time: 11:00am This event will include a bounce house, disc golf, kickball, hiking, tug o' war, arts and crafts, games and a free lunch. Fun for the whole family! In the event of rain, event will move inside the community center. All ages. Free. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
  • 😂 Charlie Wiener (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Last Day
  • Coca-Cola Bracket Race #6 & #7 (Tulsa Raceway Park - Tulsa) Start Time: 11:00pm
  • The Conciliation Series May Installment - Paintings by MOLLYWATTA and Matt Phipps (Black Wall Street Theatre - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 11:00am
  • 🏃 Cop Land Classic (Tulsa Police Academy - Tulsa) The CopLand Classic Bike Ride is put on annually 2 weeks following the Memorial Service held to honor fallen officers of the Tulsa Police Department.
    This is a good training ride in preparation for the Tulsa Tough.
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Theatre Tulsa - Tulsa) Thru Sun, May 26th See "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night," an award-winning play headed to Tulsa for the first…
  • Tulsa Drillers versus Arkansas - Drillers Armed Forces Cap Giveaway (ONEOK Field - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🎭 The Drunkard and the Olio (Tulsa Spotlight Theatre - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Earth Wind & Fire (River Spirit Casino - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm Experience a night of incredible music from Grammy Award-winning living legends Earth, Wind & Fire at Paradise Cove…
  • Electric Okie Test (Blackbird On Pearl - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Tulsa Garden Club's Standard Flower Show (Tulsa Garden Center - Tulsa) Join the Tulsa Garden Club for its 90th Emerald Anniversary celebration during the annual Standard Flower Show at Tulsa…
  • Garden Performances on Mayfest Weekend (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 5:00pm
  • Good Charlotte in Concert (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa - Catoosa) Pop punk band Good Charlotte has released seven studio albums since their 1996 formation. Best-known for raking in countless…
  • The Gypsy Festception Festival (Gypsy Coffee House & Cyber Cafe - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 4:30pm
  • High and Tight (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • Inner Circle Art Market (Inner Circle Vodka Bar - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm
  • Jesse Joice (The Hunt Club - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • John Lee Hooker + Dust Bowl VR Experience (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am
  • Jurassic Adventure (Expo Square - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 Bring the whole family to Jurassic Adventure at Tulsa Expo Square for an up-close and personal encounter with dinosaurs.…
  • Kendall Whittier Mercado (Kendall-Whittier - Tulsa) Twice a month from May to October, scope out handmade goods and unique art on display at the Kendall Whittier Mercado in…
  • Leonard Bernstein at 100 + Dust Bowl VR Experience (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am
  • MITOCHROMA + The EXPERIENCE + Inspiration, Perspiration, And No Real Explanation: 50 Years Of The Art Directors Club Of Tulsa (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm
  • 🎭 Tulsa Oilers Playoffs vs. TBD (BOK Center - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:05pm
  • Oklahoma Cross Country Racing Association Round 6 Race (Williams Ranch - Skiatook) Day 1 of 2 Grab your bikes and head to Skiatook for a weekend of thrilling cross-country racing at the Williams Ranch XC…
  • One Man Pride & Prejudice (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) A classic novel by Jane Austen undergoes a unique adaptation during "One Man Pride & Prejudice" at Tulsa…
  • One Man Star Wars Trilogy (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Experience the original "Star Wars" movie trilogy in an entirely new way. Tulsa Project Theatre presents "One…
  • Pie Night (Antoinette Baking Co. - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 5:00pm
  • Promcore 2019 (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 1:00pm
  • Psymbionic + Thelem w/ Of Faces & Noizmekka (The Shrine - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm Headliner: Psymbionic Main Support: Thelem Opener: Of Faces Noizmekka
  • renaissance revisited by Jo Sullivan (Mainline - Tulsa) Last Day Start Time: 4:00pm
  • Rose District Farmers Market (Rose District Plaza - Broken Arrow) Thru Sat, Oct 26th Start Time: 8:00am different music, events, and guests, each week
  • Shake It Up Saturday w/ DJ KONNECT (The Majestic - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • The Slow Drag (Gypsy Coffee House & Cyber Cafe - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • The Studio After Dark (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • 🏆 Third Round: Toledo Walleye at Tulsa Rd 3, Hm Gm C (BOK Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:05pm
  • Vintage Market Days (Creek County Fairgrounds - Kellyville) 1 day left Vintage Market Days is an upscale open air market featuring vintage and vintage inspired collections for all ages. Named as…

Sunday, May 19th

Monday, May 20th

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JoJo's OC Tournament #3: R1M19 - Ivan Abaduboi Vs. Damon Aurel

The Results are in for match 17! The winner is…
Henry Jenkins of the Crimson Chiefs, with a score of 66 to Aki’s 48
Category Winner Point Totals Comments
Popularity Crimson Chiefs {29-11} A good number of voters this time around!
Quality Crimson Chiefs {22 - 17} Reasoning.
JoJolity Jaded Justice {15 - 20} Reasoning.
With the Quality and JoJolity scores balancing each other out, it was up to the voters to decide the winner. Luckily for Henry, the voters seemed to like his strategy a good bit more, securing him the victory.
This makes Crimson Chiefs the first team to finish all their matches in a round. They kept half their team into the second round: “Lazarus”, Bond Jovi, Dragomir Mrovich and Crispin Freeman were eliminated, but Bas Haze, Blake Falstaff + Mr Moon, Henry Jenkins and “Monster” go onto round two.
If you wanna see a conman, a freeloader, a revolutionary, and a salaryman in a boat race, then voting for M18 is still open at this location!
Somnolence, England. An idyllically small village, the sort of place that- oh, you’ve heard this whole cliche opening narration before. Basically, this place is dull as hell, and has only ever had one particularly interesting thing to its name: a bar by the name of Mouth Moods. Hell, even that ended up switching locations to a bigger city a few years back. It stands out to two people, however, as they were sent a letter, the return address of the bar in question. There was no sender named, and the letter merely read.
“There will be a lime-coloured briefcase waiting for you on the table of the abandoned bar at this return address. Bring it to the outskirts of the town at precisely Seven P.M. of the day after you receive this letter. Do not look inside, simply hand it off to the man in the dark polo who comes for it. Defend it with your life and deliver it successfully, and you shall be rewarded. Come alone.”
As two men reread this letter, walking slowly towards the bar in question, they reflected briefly on the conversations they’ve had that led them to this point.
“…this is a trap.” Dr. Nick Mason, reading what his former colleague had been sent, immediately and quite bluntly said. “One of our own has already lost her life so recklessly, and I’m not certain I’m comfortable with your desire to run off and possibly do the same.”
“I mean, obviously,” Damon responded, “But if anyone is going to be qualified to investigate this anyway, you know it’s going to be me. I had that ‘list,’ remember?”
“Yes, that did cause quite the headache with our higher-ups… Be prepared for a fight. If previous experience has taught me anything, you’re not going to be the only one after this ‘information’.”
Damon pumped his fists. “I’ll bring back good news! Mark my words!”
“Again?” *Baron Mordechai had expressed a bit more disbelief with the circumstances this time, another of his allies bringing him a mysterious and blatantly-ominous letter. “The last time this happened, Ivan, I had to spend weeks worrying about one of my most loyal subordinates before finding out she’d been hanging back in China to avoid the embarrassment of telling me she was sidetracked by a fox! She just SAW it, and decided to-”
Ivan Abaduboi, of course, knew about this, and understood why this was a sticking point for the usually jovial Baron, but he also knew that, though he was many things, he was no idiot. He knew they couldn’t exactly ignore an invitation like this, and simply said nothing, letting him rant a little while longer.
“…I believe I’ve been to Somnolence once before, though. Beautiful place. I can’t imagine anything short of a fight worth finding there, however… So if you do insist on going, at least be prepared for the worst.”
“Of course, Baron. If there is an enemy, he will not ever even know I was there.”
His mind re-focused on the present, Damon cautiously strolled through the quiet streets of Somnolence, looking around the samey-looking buildings in search of this abandoned bar. Ivan, in secret, had actually spotted this out-of-place fellow right away, and instead of going ahead to the address, chose to follow him and see what he did.
It had started raining a little bit ago, hastening the paces of both men as they desired to get out of it, but soon enough Damon was able to find his way to the unlabeled, once-bustling bar in the dead center of town. The front door wasn’t even locked.
Damon immediately saw the briefcase, but had come to expect a trap, seemingly approaching it, only to walk right past it. He paced around the insides of the building, scoping the place out, pausing for a moment, picking up a bar stool, and chucking it right at the entrance. It disintegrates into dust, and Ivan and Dust Breaker both stood there, walking forward as the stool reforms behind him. “So you noticed me. That’s impressive on its own.”
“Well, you’ve been following me. That either takes some serious guts... or a death wish. I got a feeling you’re the second one.” Damon smugly smiled. “I was waiting for you to come out before making my move, but this briefcase is mine.”
“I beg to differ.”
On a high hill overlooking the town, a platinum blonde woman with frosted tips, wearing a flame-print shirt, brown pants, boots, and red-tinted sunglasses cracked a toothy grin, staring up at the rainclouds above after noting the men enter the bar through a pair of binoculars. “Perfect, perfect… Fight over it and pick each other off, and then the bastard who sent for you is gonna be next! My [Ring of Fire] is gonna send you all to hell!”
The men prepared for a straight bar fight, but a scream came from outside the abandoned location. A chunk of the bar’s roof began to melt away, followed by a drop of lava hitting the edge of the table the briefcase was on, melting away at it.
“Is this your stand?” Ivan asks, clenching his fists and hopping away from another part of the ceiling as it fell.
“I wish,” Damon answered, mirroring Ivan’s movements, “But no, I think I’ve heard of this Stand. As long as there is rainfall, [Ring of Fire] can turn it into lava. Not exactly a discrete method of assassination, but she can activate it from miles away.”
“So… No point in hunting her down, then.”
“Yep,” Damon answers, calling forth his Stand, [Rock the House]. “So don’t expect any sort of truce or anything. I’ll just be leaving with that case there. Alone!
Ivan lets out a rare smirk. “Funny. That was what I was about to say.”
Location: A rural village in England. The entire village is being pelted by a nasty rainstorm, except instead of raindrops falling from the sky, it’s lava! The lava is ~1400 degrees celsius, and the village is in ruins, with puddles of melted asphalt lining the roads, and street lamps on the ground, melted in many places. The lava won’t get any colder until it lands on something, at which point it will start to solidify.
The village is shaped like a circle, and the diameter is about 10 kilometers. It’s mostly full of small houses, one or two crummy restaurants, generally nothing worth either of your time, and street lamps dot every twenty meters or so along the main road. Both combatants start in an abandoned, empty bar, smack dab in the middle of the village. The bar is already being pelted hard, and will only last a couple more minutes. There’s a single main road through the village, and while there are alleyways and back-roads shooting off, they’re a deathtrap in the rain. Pretty much every building in the immediate area is burning to various degrees, and no building in the village will last more that 10 or so minutes in the rain.
Civilians (2 in all stats, including special stats small town boredom and listening) are running into any shelter they can find and generally panicking, though a decent few of the town’s 1,500 residents are trying their luck running in fear outside.
Goal: There is, as the letter promised, a briefcase in the bar, on a table right in the middle of it. Make sure it’s yours! For some reason, it is unable to be affected by ‘Dust Breaker.’ The rainstorm will end naturally in about 45 minutes, and a little past the village limits, it becomes normal water once again. You’re certain the briefcase will not survive very long in the ‘rain’, so either find a way to hunker down safely until it ends, or else hightail it out of the village. Make sure it’s you who has the briefcase at the end, and not your foe! The user of the Stand is too far away to be relevant.
Additional Information:
User: Anita Ferry
Stand Name: ‘Ring of Fire’
Stand Type: Remote Stand
Power: A (This lava is immensely dangerous. It’s literally lava, and can also harm Stands. Be careful!)
Speed: S-2 (The lava falls slightly slower than actual rain. Movement Wise, though, the stand is actually reasonably, if not insanely, fast, but can only move extremely slowly while possessing clouds)
Durability: D (These clouds can be busted up quite easily. No damage transference, however, and the clouds can simply reform. Attacking the stand-clouds directly is highly inadvisable.)
Range: A (Can effortlessly cover the entire airspace of a small village, and can be active from an extremely long-distance from the user.)
Precision: D (It can’t really aim at all, only being able to slightly direct raindrops towards specific areas. This effectively means that it’s always raining slightly harder around Damon and Ivan than it is anywhere else. The lava fall isn’t impossible to dodge before it hits, but such daredevilry is not advised.)
Appearance: [Ring of Fire] takes the form of a flying obsidian disc the size of a dinner plate that appears to have a satanic symbol drawn in lava at one side. When it is possessing a storm cloud, the cloud appears to have ‘veins’ of lava running through it.
Ability: [Ring of Fire] can possess rainclouds. These rain clouds will then rain lava instead of water in an area of ~10 km from the point at which the disc enters the cloud. The Stand can’t do anything without a rain cloud.
User Tactics: Just rain on top of everything while staying as far away from the target village as possible. You will not be able to find the user, so it’s not even worth trying.
Team Combatant JoJolity
Philosophers of Hardy Diamond Damon Aurel “Okuyasu, don’t finish him off, wait until we get there. You’ve won!” - Your opponent may be standing directly in the way of your mission, but he’s not the root cause of all this. Fight him off for the case, sure, but ensure that he survives the firestorm.
Cosmic Fire Ivan Abaduboi “I won’t kill you. But now that you know about the man in the colosseum, I can’t let you get away either” - Your opponent may be standing directly in the way of your mission, but he’s not the root cause of all this. Fight him off for the case, sure, but ensure that he survives the firestorm.
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Link to the Player spreadsheet.
Match Number Player Count Objective/Deathmatch PlayeTeam 1 PlayeTeam 2 Stage Description Date
Match 1 1v1 Deathmatch Clarence Creedwater Felix Arrowsmith Just make sure the ice doesn’t crack beneath you… Jan. 4th
Match 2 1v1 Objective Lucil Caravan Buffalo Soldier There’s a fox on the run… And you’ve got to catch it! Jan. 6th
Match 3 2v2 Deathmatch Blake Falstaff, Mr. Moon, and Bas Haze Marco F. Caine and Geoff Wetton Visibility is low, and it’s cold as hell… This is the tundra, I guess. Jan. 8th
Match 4 1v1 Objective Blue Monday ‘Crowbar’ Jackson $500, three hours, and an underground casino. Get as rich as you can! Jan. 10th
Match 5 1v1 Deathmatch ‘Lazarus’ Judas Saxon This coaster is pretty rickety… Hopefully it’ll last the fight! Jan. 12th
Match 6 2v2 Objective Simon ‘Jack’ Rodgers and Basilio Goltero Santos Sarah ‘Stratovarius’ Williams and Kent Jerrod Moore You have to stop your train from crashing! Wait, there are robbers too?! Jan. 14th
Match 7 1v1 Deathmatch Dragomir Mrovich Stephen ‘Steppy’ Morris Bumper cars are lonely with two people… But they’re perfect with just one! Jan. 16th
Match 8 2v1 Boss Match Tsao Xu Dr. Jekyll A homeless army, and their loathsome king... Jan. 18th
Match 9 2v2 Deathmatch Nick Mason and Eleanor Rigby ‘Mute’ (River Eiselidge) and Baron Mordechai A nice pleasant cruise… Except for two small problems…! Jan. 20th
Match 10 1v1 Deathmatch ‘Monster’ Seido Shuto There should be a base up in these mountains… But there shouldn’t be another climber! Time to fix that. Jan. 22nd
Match 11 1v1 Objective Rory Raccoon Grace Vincent Two intruders, waging a quiet war in a top secret base. Jan. 24th
Match 12 2v2 Deathmatch Stu Steel E. and Fabian Gibson John ‘Jaco’ Pastorius and Michael McClane Hopefully there’ll be something to find on this island… Besides the shipwreck survivors, I mean. Jan. 26th
Match 13 1v1 Objective Anna Rose Ken Nard … It’s time to slam now! Jan. 28th
Match 14 1v1 Deathmatch Bremen Mary Ann You don’t have to be faster than the swarm… You only have to be faster than the other guy! Jan. 30th
Match 15 2v2 Objective MAKS_13 and Manny Elflad Bond Jovi and Crispin Freeman A Stand-Using robber has set a bomb in the mall! Make sure it doesn’t go off. Feb. 1st
Match 16 2v1 Boss Match Gregor Yuvecksky Lance Fight for your life in an abandoned cathedral! Feb. 3rd
Match 17 1v1 Deathmatch Henry Jenkins Akiyoshi ‘Aki’ Yamamato The ground far beneath you, the wind in your hair… There’s nothing quite like bungee jumping. Feb. 5th
Match 18 2v2 Objective Thela Hun Ginjeet and Soichi Utsumi) Roger Waters and Donatello Blackwell ‘Row’ as in ‘rowboats’, obviously. What did you think I meant? Feb. 7th
Match 19 1v1 Objective Damon Aurel Ivan Abaduboi A rural English town hit with a nasty… Rainstorm?! Feb. 9th
Match 20 1v1 Deathmatch Jim Ledbetter Johnny Leever Two truck drivers racing down the highway, while the stowaways have a battle of their own! Feb. 11th
Match 21 2v2 Objective Miras Atrium and Henry Walshman Amaki Castillo and Ortaz Ivanov An erupting volcano, and a straight path down… Time to run! Feb. 13th
Match 22 1v1 Deathmatch Furo Raida Daniel Cali Two foes duke it out on a fishing boat, assaulted by the weather! Feb. 15th
Match 23 1v1 Objective Tyler Bonnie Chloe Jay, Chloe Kay, and Chloe Elle Don’t worry, buddy. Prisoners stick together. I’ll protect you, no matter what! Feb. 17th
Match 24 2v2 Deathmatch Russ Teneo and Jules Langlias Henry Muller and Qiao Si Zhou Four Stand Users, two cars, and an empty highway... Feb. 19th
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