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September 3rd, 2023 at 8:42:36 AM permalink
What today's technology, I think you can probably order cheap stuff from the web to print your own IDs that are good enough to fool the casino computer.

No more need to continuously search for new people to give their cards to you.

Bonus points if your casino host is in on it in the form of kick backs to look the other way.
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September 3rd, 2023 at 9:21:54 AM permalink
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What today's technology, I think you can order cheap stuff from the web to print your own IDs that are good enough to fool the casino computer.

No more need to continuously search for new people to give their cards to you.

Bonus points if your casino host is in on it in the form of kick backs to look the other way.
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They scan barcode at most sign up and that barcode recognizes if it's real.

From what I understand if you legally changed your name the barcode would still recognize your original identity so if you are banned even that's not enough to get around it.

Anyway using fake ID to generate multiple accounts is illegal in most jurisdictions.
That's no longer some REAL person being handing you what is legit theirs and saying you have permission to use it. Now you are talking about false accounts, identity theft or a form etc
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September 3rd, 2023 at 9:35:43 AM permalink
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… so if you are banned even that's not enough to get around it. …
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Slightly related…

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September 3rd, 2023 at 9:51:51 AM permalink
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What today's technology, I think you can order cheap stuff from the web to print your own IDs that are good enough to fool the casino computer.

No more need to continuously search for new people to give their cards to you.

Bonus points if your casino host is in on it in the form of kick backs to look the other way.
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Anyway using fake ID to generate multiple accounts is illegal in most jurisdictions.

That's no longer some REAL person being handing you what is legit theirs and saying you have permission to use it.
Now you are talking about false accounts, identity theft or a form etc
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but what are the odds of getting caught?

And what's the penalty?
Especially if it's your 1st offense. (Also, It's a white collar crime.)

You're now relying on just yourself without the risk of exposure from any of the hundreds of people that had given the team their cards
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September 3rd, 2023 at 10:14:41 AM permalink
Most of the time when I'm at the tables with a girl who looks too young, they ask for her ID. Nieces, daughters of friends, I (or we're) regularly being asked to entertain such young ladies by their families, or they're in Vegas on their own and they look me up. Most of the time the casino pit boss takes the ID somewhere and then brings it back.

One time when I was with one of these same girls and we were going into one of the clubs, their security looked at the ID and called some other security that scanned the back of it. We were entering by way of someone who was personally escorting us in, bypassing the long line, and yet the requirement for ID was not waived.

I believe it is the same system used at Circa where they scan the back of the ID to verify its authenticity to keep anyone under 21 out of the casino.

At the casino member rewards stations, the staff place your ID into a scanner which I assume does the same verification thing, in addition to retaining an image.

And if you ever get the point where that identity cashes in or out anything close to $10K cash, or wins a reportable payout, they'll want a social security number too. By that point if anything fake has been presented, I'd assume that you're in pretty big trouble for some kind of tax or currency evasion violation, besides presenting a fake ID.


As far as fake IDs I don't believe there are any decent ones online. If you do your research, you'll find that they're almost all scam sites that just want to take your money via Western Union or other irreversible payment, and that all of the reviews that say such and such site is legitimate are created by the same scammers. Like a multi headed Hydra where every head is connected to the same body. Send one of those places your money and you won't receive a bad ID - you'll receive nothing.

In every metropolitan city there is an area where fake IDs are made and sold, but they will not pass muster as far as being scannable, and are pretty expensive too, in the range of $300 - $500 from what I understand. These $500. fakes will fool anyone who looks at or feels them, and will pass under UV light examination, but will not fool any barcode scanning system.

I'd think that the only kind of fake ID that might work all the way in a casino is some kind of exotic foreign one, or international driver license, something that the casino has no way to verify, and doesn't even know exactly what it should look like in the first place.
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