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AlanMendelson
AlanMendelson
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December 29th, 2013 at 8:40:16 AM permalink
Quote: NokTang

I said tips. People prefer cash tips.



That may be true, NokTang. I am sure the wait staff at Caesars as well as the waiters and waitresses at Fridays and Dennys all pefer cash tips. But when I pay my check with a credit card or debit card I am not likely to leave the tips in cash. I am also not likely to sit down to a $250 dinner at Old Homestead steak house and whip out cash for the tip. And when I am sitting on the edge of my bed a robe watching a movie in my hotel room at Caesars and the room service waiter is setting up my dinner I am not going to worrying about paying a tip in cash when I simply sign the check, with the 18% automatic tip included (plus the delivery service charge for room service).

However, next time you're my waiter be sure and let me know and I will tip you in cash.
RaleighCraps
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December 29th, 2013 at 5:41:48 PM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

... When I get room service, I sign for the food. The check goes to my bill on the room. At check out I pay the charges. Now, I have my charges taken care of with my comps. But TR comps do not pay tips -- they remain on my bill and are paid with the credit card I use when I check in...



TR credits cannot pay for tips is not a hard rule. I was surprised last February when I checked out of Harrah's Cherokee and indicated to the clerk that she could put the $50 in tips on my cc. She looked up and said, "You have plenty of comp points. Don't you want to use them?"
I have never been able to use them in Vegas for tips. I said I have never been able to use them on tips before, but she said that was fine in Cherokee. I can only guess it has something to do with it being an Indian casino.
I was told way back that if the casino comp'd the tips, that it would count as salary, and then the casino would owe more SS taxes.
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teddys
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December 30th, 2013 at 5:50:21 AM permalink
Has anyone stayed in the new NOBU tower yet?
"Dice, verily, are armed with goads and driving-hooks, deceiving and tormenting, causing grievous woe." -Rig Veda 10.34.4
nodiceman
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March 31st, 2015 at 6:40:01 PM permalink
18 yos in a row -- that's hardcore (and definitely would be a MAJOR record...odds of that happening are 1 to 2.54 x 10^-23 (i.e., zero). BUT, and this is my not so sick brag of the night, I was at a craps table tonight, got my money out there on the DC 8 and DC 9. Waited through 25 rolls (including 3 points made, and FIVE 11s...yet no 7s) before an 8 came. Then waited another 10 rolls before my 7 finally came, which let me get back up to just over even after I got a follow-up pair of point-7s (most of my money had been on that damn DC 8). Anyway, sick thing was that I didn't go busto and actually made money. Meanwhile, the rest of the table (clueless about how to actually bet and was playing all the hardways and horn bets) made a friggin killing. Old guy next to me started with $200 and was up to over $1400 with smallish bets only. Good for them :)
NokTang
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March 31st, 2015 at 10:12:39 PM permalink
Quote: nodiceman

18 yos in a row -- that's hardcore (and definitely would be a MAJOR record...odds of that happening are 1 to 2.54 x 10^-23 (i.e., zero). )



Long ago debunked as a drunken haphazardly story the member still maintains as being true. However, you gotta admire his courage and stamina as many would have wilted under such duress.
rudeboyoi
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March 31st, 2015 at 11:44:59 PM permalink
Noktang is absolutely right. No one that works in a casino ever makes a mistake. Not hotel staff. Not dealers. Everyone's perfect.

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