Bellaing
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December 17th, 2018 at 6:54:13 AM permalink
around 500$ + 60 free spins in Caesars AC. I can't remember the name of the games but it was a 3D slot
stephencmarvin
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September 24th, 2020 at 11:02:54 PM permalink
My biggest win was $2500 at Pirates skill games from Prominentt Games
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ChumpChange
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September 25th, 2020 at 1:00:41 AM permalink
3. Re: Casino TAX REFUND canadians
7 years ago

Q ­ I'm a Canadian citizen who likes to make occasional trips to casinos in the U.S. Recently, I won $12,856 at keno. The casino withheld 30 percent of my winnings for U.S. income tax, and didn't allow for the fact that I was down $300 on the day and had the tickets to prove it. Someone at the casino told me that he thought the money was recoverable for Canadians once they returned to Canada. Is this true?

A ­ If this was in 1998 or later, you're in luck. As a result of recent changes in the tax treaty between the U.S. and Canada, Canadian citizens who won enough to have the withholding of tax on their winnings, may file a U.S. Non-Resident Tax Return on which they can deduct U.S. gambling losses from their reported U.S. winnings and potentially get a refund for the full amount withheld, if you have as much or more in losses than winnings. If your U.S. losses are less than your winnings, you will get a partial refund.
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If American drives to Canada & wins $13,500 playing slots, does he have to pay taxes? Sep 15, 2006
https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/travelbuzz/602144-if-american-drives-canada-wins-13500-playing-slots-does-he-have-pay-taxes.html
Mission146
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September 25th, 2020 at 2:34:13 AM permalink
Quote: stephencmarvin

My biggest win was $2500 at Pirates skill games from Prominentt Games



Would you happen to work for Prominentt Skill Games? I can’t help but notice you seem to mention those games specifically every other post.

Anyway, you might get in some hot water if you pimp this particular brand of skill games in every other thread without adding anything else. If you’d be interested in being interviewed for an article (and you work for them) about the games, shoot me a PM and I’ll consider it.

Keep in mind any such interview will NOT be intended to pimp the games, though we can discuss features and gameplay. I’ll also be interested in things such as:

1. What is the relationship of Prominentt to distributors and operators?

2. How does the pool of results function?

3. What are the general returns to player for different bet levels?

4. What are the different skill components of the games?
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DRich
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September 25th, 2020 at 7:41:09 AM permalink
Quote: ChumpChange


If American drives to Canada & wins $13,500 playing slots, does he have to pay taxes? Sep 15, 2006
https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/travelbuzz/602144-if-american-drives-canada-wins-13500-playing-slots-does-he-have-pay-taxes.html



They would not have to pay Canadian taxes but would be expected to pay US income taxes on it.
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September 25th, 2020 at 8:59:07 AM permalink
$18,600 Keno. 8 out of 9 spots on a $4 bet.
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ChumpChange
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September 25th, 2020 at 9:04:42 PM permalink
How would a casino react if by some miracle, you put 1000 dollars on roulette and won, then bet your winnings and won 50 more times?

David Ramsey, Former pro poker player
Answered May 23, 2018
A2A “How would a casino react if by some miracle, you put 1000 dollars on roulette and won, then bet your winnings and won 50 more times?”

That would never happen, assuming I’m reading your question correctly. Casinos have “max bet” limits on their games. If you put $1000 on roulette and won your bet, you’ll have somewhere from $1000 to $35000 in profits (depending upon which bet you made). Even if we assume you’re playing at a table where $35000 was not the max bet, if you make that same bet again but for $35K, you’re going to win $1.2 million. There’s absolutely no chance the casino is going to let you “let it ride” even one more time, so this is basically moot.

And if your question was just “how would a casino react if you won 51 consecutive roulette bets?”, again, this would never happen. By the time you win 5 bets in a row, you had better believe you’ll have drawn the attention of the pit boss, the “eye in the sky”, etc. By the time you win 10 bets in a row, maybe 15 at the absolute max, you’ll have been escorted away from the table – maybe you’ll be told “your roulette play is too good for us, but would you care to play something else?” or “have a steak dinner, on us” or whatever, but you’re definitely not going to be making any more roulette bets.
ChumpChange
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September 25th, 2020 at 9:04:42 PM permalink
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February 15th, 2021 at 12:35:32 AM permalink
Quote: casinoplayer42

You've ever had?


$4000 VP at Bally’s in Atlantic City & 12k+ on Slots at Harrah’s Cherokee
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PlayYourCardsRight
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May 28th, 2022 at 8:34:16 PM permalink
12k on VP (3-LINE dealt royal)
10k on slots (grand on dancing drums)

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