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Discussion in 'North American Land Based Casinos' started by 4 of a kind, Jul 30, 2011.

    Jul 30, 2011
  1. 4 of a kind

    4 of a kind Repeated violations of forum rule 1.16 - troll

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    Read this article in casino player magazine:




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  2. Jul 30, 2011
  3. Papa-ya

    Papa-ya Dormant account

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    Retired
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    USA
    That is interesting and I actually think it's a good idea. I too have left uncashed slips in my pocket and thrown them away later, because of expiration, mind you these are not above $1.
    But I could see that this would be a good source of state funding that could benefit our states we live in.
    Afterall, I don't mind them claiming what I have discarded, it would be better than them claiming huge taxes on what I keep.

    Kind of like, when in need, search through the sofa for the loose change.
     
  4. Jul 31, 2011
  5. Jasminebed

    Jasminebed Closer to 100 than Birth

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    Ontario
    I found it interesting that the average was as high as $5.50. I've had a lot of slips since the change over, but I don't think any over $1.00.

    Still, even 1 or 2 cents add up when you are talking millions of visitors to somewhere like Vegas.
     

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