yes, safer and easier to color up.
I would not trust a casino that refuses to let a table being opened up be watched. What are they trying to hide. Shuffling is supposed to be done in public view. They may not want you to put your chips on the felt but they should not try to chase you away.
He didn't say he couldn't watch. He said he had to step away. It's pretty common to not allow players to be seated at or standing right at the table during blackjack card changing or reviewing new decks.
Next day, I was cashing in my colored up chips at the cashier, and I think I left my loyalty card on the cashier's counter. What now?
Is a Loyalty Card the same thing as a Player's Card? If so, you can just ask Player's Club Employee to give you a couple of new ones. :)
So what do craps high rollers do when they want to buy-in for $10,000, double-up in an hour or two and go home? Taxes seem to require leaving the table a winner each day, so an easy win goal seems like the solution. Do high rollers just bring that in cash, and go home with cash, or do they leave the money at the front desk for the next day? How much should you leave at the front desk in case you are trespassed for no reason anyway? Do they wire it to and from their bank account every day?
There are no taxes withheld for buying in or cashing out regular craps winnings. You could turn $100 into $50,000 and no taxes would be taken.
High rollers usually use markers rather than carrying cash. They deposit money with the casino.
What's it called when I just leave winnings at the desk and use that instead of markers, or would that be markers on front money with no credit application needed?
What was going on in that brain of yours that caused the problem?
Was it organic, alcoholic or narcotic?
Whatever, that sort of thing does not usually happen: I'd be concerned if I were you.
I get 1 free beer when I gamble, for a buck. I haven't had a beer in decades.
I have a rubber band around my wallet, and the pit gave me my card back and I just put it in my pocket instead of my wallet. So when I went to the cage I put the card on the counter, and I must've forgotten to put it in my wallet when I got distracted by getting my first $100 bill.
Earlier in the day, I forgot to bring my loyalty card to the gas station, and I had to ask the cashier how to pump gas. She said "Well, I can sign you up for a new card. Which card do you have? The one that debits your bank account or the cash discount card?"
I said I didn't have the debit card, and that the discount was only a buck, so how do I pump gas without the card?
She said I had to prepay for gas. I gave her a 50. She said pump the gas, then come back in and get your change (while other people stand in line to buy beer).
I found the information on my Player's Card at home, and after 3 days of gambling I have nearly 500 points (each 100 points is worth $1?), and if I get another 1500 points I'll be eligible for a card upgrade. Can they give me a replacement card with the same number, or give me a new one with a different number and transfer all the information from the old one to the new one?
Good one.Quote: Johnzimbo
The OP could use a corner