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There is a better chance they will gab a bent or crimped ticket. This was a normal thing for AP's. Slightly bending them may not last long and they can flatten out so crimping works well. Its a pain in the ass to get them into the drum like that however. Especially if you have thousands.
A few casinos started avoiding Bent tickets since this was an AP move.
I think it is Plaza that has a specific rule about bending or folding tickets.
Obviously others do it sometimes. AP's most of the time, It was local casinos avoiding bent tickets and this was years ago.Quote: AxiomOfChoice
I dunno, I see a lot of people doing it who I'm willing to bet aren't APs.
More surface area to touch and grab.
I meant volume or is that wrong too? It works though and I would do it unless I knew the rules forbid it. Sometimes some I wouldn't if I felt the chooser might intentionally avoid them.Quote: AcesAndEights
Well that's just not true, it would be the same surface area. Just a different shape in 3 dimensions.
I do half and half usuallyQuote: onenickelmiracle
I meant volume or is that wrong too? It works though and I would do it unless I knew the rules forbid it. Sometimes some I wouldn't if I felt the chooser might intentionally avoid them.