FCBLComish
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ChumpChange
July 6th, 2019 at 2:11:16 PM permalink
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Anybody get a CTR filed on themselves for racking up too many Player's Club points in a day? If it takes $5 of slot play to win a point, that'd be 2,000 points to make a $10,000 coin-in. Maybe casinos don't use points for that calculation and actually do know how much you put in the bill inserter and couple it with your card account. You'd never know, but you'd never know if the backroom gave you a jackpot because you looked "hot".




Can't happen. CTR only covers CASH. If you put a $20 bill into a machine and can grind away for hours, and you have $12,000 in handle, you still only put $20 into the machine. No CTR.
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100xOdds
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July 6th, 2019 at 2:21:15 PM permalink
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No itís not. Itís an AP move doing it legally if there is not a means test on net worth, only current income.
We shouldnít punish people who saved their entire life, yet donít work.

That said, you and Bill both seem to know more than the average bear about the SNAP application.

what state only has income and not net worth means test for food stamps/housing assistance welfare benefits?
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darkoz
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July 6th, 2019 at 2:42:44 PM permalink
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It appeared to me that darkoz told you that's exactly what AC does to track cash movement (though probably not the only way ). Perhaps I misunderstood what he said. I don't know the answer of my own experience. That amount has only been a question a couple of times.



Not quite.

Nothing to do coin in points.

It is tracking the printing of the vouchers at cashout.

Cashout from the slots $10,000+ and redeem with your player card in and it will keep track of the aggregate.

Even if you just put money and and cash out without play. In fact that would trigger even faster as that would be suspicion of money laundering techniques
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ChumpChange
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July 6th, 2019 at 3:00:51 PM permalink
How to Redeem a Coinless Slot Voucher https://www.liveabout.com/redeeming-slot-vouchers-537713

Drawbacks
When coinless slots were first introduced onto the casino floor, players complained mainly about the difficulty of moving from machine to machine. If they wanted to switch machines they had to take their voucher over to the cashier and convert it back to money to put into the next slot. Fortunately, manufacturers quickly addressed this problem. Today's machines now accept vouchers from other machines as payment. If you are in a hurry when you cash out, you can even just put the voucher in your wallet or purse and use it when you play later.

I'm going to say a gambling session is the life of one TITO card. No more trying to look up the slot machine number and writing that down. Just aggregate the cash inserted onto a TITO card, and what you redeemed it for after playing.
DRich
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July 6th, 2019 at 3:28:44 PM permalink
Quote: ChumpChange

Anybody get a CTR filed on themselves for racking up too many Player's Club points in a day? If it takes $5 of slot play to win a point, that'd be 2,000 points to make a $10,000 coin-in. Maybe casinos don't use points for that calculation and actually do know how much you put in the bill inserter and couple it with your card account. You'd never know, but you'd never know if the backroom gave you a jackpot because you looked "hot".



CTR's are only given for CASH going in or out over $10k. You could rack up millions of slot points and not get a CTR.
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ReyGarcia
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July 6th, 2019 at 11:25:58 PM permalink
Cash out at kiosks? Do you mean cash out at Ticket Redemption?
When I cash out the voucher at the Ticket Redemption, there's no need to insert the players card, how does the Ticket Redemption register the voucher to my players card?
MDawg
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July 7th, 2019 at 2:30:09 PM permalink
Quote: ReyGarcia

Cash out at kiosks? Do you mean cash out at Ticket Redemption?
When I cash out the voucher at the Ticket Redemption, there's no need to insert the players card, how does the Ticket Redemption register the voucher to my players card?



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So you may call me Rey, or you may call me Jay, or you may call me...the "friend" referenced in the first post.

Not that it really matters, but seems to be a classic SWIM thread.
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DRich
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July 7th, 2019 at 3:31:56 PM permalink
Quote: ReyGarcia

Cash out at kiosks? Do you mean cash out at Ticket Redemption?
When I cash out the voucher at the Ticket Redemption, there's no need to insert the players card, how does the Ticket Redemption register the voucher to my players card?



The slot machine system knows who cashed that ticket out of the slot machine because you had a players card in. Some systems will lose track if you pull your card out before printing the TITO. The ticket redemption kiosk can be told by the system that the current ticket puts a customer over $10k and it will then tell you to go to the cashier to cash it out.
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July 7th, 2019 at 4:14:32 PM permalink
Most of the over 10 k jackpot players I've seen on youtube aren't really hitting giant jackpots. It's often just a return of 100 times bet which is not all that amazing. Risky yes, but rare no, to any and all players.
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darkoz
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July 8th, 2019 at 12:52:53 PM permalink
Quote: FCBLComish

They should make you sign a W-9 form where you attest to the number under penalty of perjury



That I probably have signed

Would not have been successful stopping me from lying if I was so attuned (I never lie about my ssn just saying they never checked)

I wonder the number of cases tried and convicted for lying on a W-9 when winning a jackpot. Something tells me very little to none
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