DRich
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June 9th, 2020 at 7:25:12 AM permalink
Quote: sevencard2003

if i visited reno would i be asked for ID anywhere now? being over 50 im normally never asked. only reason im concerned is mine expired the end of march and cant be replaced right now, its a long story. thinking of moving back to reno from houston.



If you play an amount that would generate a CTR you will be required to show a government ID that is not expired. Most casinos will not pay you until you show it.
Living longer does not always infer +EV
sevencard2003
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June 9th, 2020 at 7:30:42 AM permalink
none of my slot or blackjack bets would be big enough to bring this into play. and i spend most of my time playing poker. in a few months ill be able to get a new ID once i have a stable long term address and verification of my US citizenship. i know i have it since i was 1 yr old, just cant provide proof.
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June 9th, 2020 at 8:03:05 AM permalink
You will need id at the airport.
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June 9th, 2020 at 8:03:10 AM permalink
Quote: sevencard2003

if i visited reno would i be asked for ID anywhere now? being over 50 im normally never asked. only reason im concerned is mine expired the end of march and cant be replaced right now, its a long story. thinking of moving back to reno from houston.



I live in Reno and I have never nor my friends been asked for ID to enter a casino or play. Unless you look like you are under 21, then you will regardless if you are playing or not. Only time you need ID is to sign up for a players card or redeem a promotion. ID required if you need to conduct a cash transaction that the feds require or to fill out a W2G. I rarely carry my ID as well. No law against it unless Im flying ir driving.
sevencard2003
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June 9th, 2020 at 8:13:04 AM permalink
i was told the TSA is accepting an expired ID to fly right now until the coronavirus ends.
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Vegasrider
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June 9th, 2020 at 9:08:39 AM permalink
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i was told the TSA is accepting an expired ID to fly right now until the coronavirus ends.



You would think since that is on a federal level, the casinos would also accept an expired ID under the same circumstances. You could always call the gaming commission to be sure. We have people driving with expired tags and registrations on our public streets, same situation and that is on a state level. Our DMV is opening up next week, can't imagine what kind of backlog and zoo it will be to an already messed up system we have in Nev.
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June 9th, 2020 at 1:15:47 PM permalink
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can't imagine what kind of backlog and zoo it will be to an already messed up system we have in Nev.



I renewed my license the first week in March, just before everything shut down. I wasn't trying to beat the shutdown, it is just when it was due and I got lucky. I went online Sunday night, made an appointment for 11:45 on Tuesday and think I was at the DMV a total of about 9 minutes, and that included getting picture taken. It was the best experience I have ever had at the DMV. I am sure things will be really different (backed up) when they re-open.
Armagedden
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June 9th, 2020 at 2:16:10 PM permalink
Quote: kewlj

I renewed my license the first week in March, just before everything shut down. I wasn't trying to beat the shutdown, it is just when it was due and I got lucky. I went online Sunday night, made an appointment for 11:45 on Tuesday and think I was at the DMV a total of about 9 minutes, and that included getting picture taken. It was the best experience I have ever had at the DMV. I am sure things will be really different (backed up) when they re-open.



Speaking of DMV, I get a story to tell too. I went thru the whole 9 yards, and when I came to make the renewal payment at the cashier, I couldn't find my credit card. Then I recalled I purchased some grocery days before with my credit card. I called the grocery owner to see if she found my card. Yes, she did find and keep it. I went there to pick it with a happy ending.
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June 9th, 2020 at 2:37:01 PM permalink
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...with a happy ending.



There is no experience in my lifetime that has ever ended that way. At least not with a credit card.
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June 9th, 2020 at 2:41:49 PM permalink
Quote: Armagedden

Speaking of DMV, I get a story to tell too. I went thru the whole 9 yards, and when I came to make the renewal payment at the cashier, I couldn't find my credit card. Then I recalled I purchased some grocery days before with my credit card. I called the grocery owner to see if she found my card. Yes, she did find and keep it. I went there to pick it with a happy ending.



Was it really a grocery store or a massage parlor?

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