The Money Shot

by Corbin Slade

Cecil McFee Publishing | April 10, 2013 | Kobo Edition (eBook) |

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Have you ever paid nine dollars for a cocktail and felt ripped off? You probably were. Ever been curious how your bartender gave away so much alcohol without losing their job? What if you could learn the secrets of a veteran bartender and become a WORLD-CLASS con man in just a few hours?

The Money Shot is a chaotic, hilarious, true story of how one bartender created such a sinister journal of scams, it became an infamous guide to making more money than he ever thought was possible; enough to start his very own bar with the ill gotten cash. The Money Shot isn't just a scam journal. It's an adventurous memoir of a life behind the bar as Corbin Slade takes you from simple barkeep, to full-fledged shyster, unearthing the secrets of a drink slinging hustler.

Included throughout the book are side-splitting servings of facts and a hilarious collection of stories from the author as he hustles his way through his bar career. You'll laugh and learn as your guide trains you in the art of the flimflam featuring tricks from bar prodigies and extortion techniques that originated from world-renowned sleight of hand tricks.

The Money Shot is a three-stop journey through the art of the oldest form of socially acceptable theft:

1) Breaking the widely accepted myth that managers in the business have a handle on theft and instead reveals the truth of what bartenders can get away with right under their noses. There's a system that tracks theft, but contrary to popular belief this system can be manipulated to outrageous levels.
2) The revelation of all the scams including a rating system for difficulty level and profit potential.
3) Littered throughout are ridiculous stories of drunken debauchery told from dead brain cells. Learn how the guests of the bar can be the bartender's greatest asset.

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: April 10, 2013

Publisher: Cecil McFee Publishing

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0988718111

ISBN - 13: 9780988718111

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The Money Shot

The Money Shot

by Corbin Slade

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: April 10, 2013

Publisher: Cecil McFee Publishing

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0988718111

ISBN - 13: 9780988718111

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Have you ever paid nine dollars for a cocktail and felt ripped off? You probably were. Ever been curious how your bartender gave away so much alcohol without losing their job? What if you could learn the secrets of a veteran bartender and become a WORLD-CLASS con man in just a few hours?

The Money Shot is a chaotic, hilarious, true story of how one bartender created such a sinister journal of scams, it became an infamous guide to making more money than he ever thought was possible; enough to start his very own bar with the ill gotten cash. The Money Shot isn't just a scam journal. It's an adventurous memoir of a life behind the bar as Corbin Slade takes you from simple barkeep, to full-fledged shyster, unearthing the secrets of a drink slinging hustler.

Included throughout the book are side-splitting servings of facts and a hilarious collection of stories from the author as he hustles his way through his bar career. You'll laugh and learn as your guide trains you in the art of the flimflam featuring tricks from bar prodigies and extortion techniques that originated from world-renowned sleight of hand tricks.

The Money Shot is a three-stop journey through the art of the oldest form of socially acceptable theft:

1) Breaking the widely accepted myth that managers in the business have a handle on theft and instead reveals the truth of what bartenders can get away with right under their noses. There's a system that tracks theft, but contrary to popular belief this system can be manipulated to outrageous levels.
2) The revelation of all the scams including a rating system for difficulty level and profit potential.
3) Littered throughout are ridiculous stories of drunken debauchery told from dead brain cells. Learn how the guests of the bar can be the bartender's greatest asset.

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