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ThatDonGuy
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Mission146
July 20th, 2021 at 5:51:02 PM permalink
Quote: TomG

DO story made me think of another line I keep in my back pocket that I've never had to take out, which is simply "I dispute this". In NV, from what I understand is that any disputes must go through gaming commission. And if there is any dispute, the casino must give the player contact information for anything under $500, and they must be the ones to contact gaming if the dispute is over $500. By making it as clear as possible that there is a dispute, either gaming commission gets involved, or the casino is not following the law.


Nevada Revised Statues 463.362 - Resolution of disputes
1. Whenever a patron and a licensee, or any person acting on behalf of or in conjunction with a licensee, have any dispute which cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of the patron and which involves:
(a) Alleged winnings, alleged losses or the award or distribution of cash, prizes, benefits, tickets or any other item or items in a game, tournament, contest, drawing, promotion or similar activity or event; or
(b) The manner in which a game, tournament, contest, drawing, promotion or similar activity or event is conducted,
the licensee is responsible for notifying the Board or patron in accordance with the provisions of subsection 2, regardless of whether the licensee is directly or indirectly involved in the dispute.
2. Whenever a dispute described in subsection 1 involves:
(a) At least $500, the licensee shall immediately notify the Board; or
(b) Less than $500, the licensee shall notify the patron of the patronís right to request that the Board conduct an investigation.
DRich
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July 20th, 2021 at 6:40:27 PM permalink
I can tell you that I am not aware of a single casino where the slot tech has access to the cash can.
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smoothgrh
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July 20th, 2021 at 9:35:19 PM permalink
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I can tell you that I am not aware of a single casino where the slot tech has access to the cash can.



The cash can requires a different key to access it. You can open the slot machine and see the cash can, but it's locked in place.
Dieter
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July 20th, 2021 at 9:40:46 PM permalink
Quote: DRich

I can tell you that I am not aware of a single casino where the slot tech has access to the cash can.



Concur.
At least 3 layers of locks involved, and I expect one of those keys to be permanently chained inside the count room.
May the cards fall in your favor.

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