Does the IRS Consider Cashback and Free-Play Income?Does the IRS Consider Cashback and Free-Play Income? | Las Vegas Advisor
The biggest argument as to why cashback is income is that if you’re 86ed (barred) from a Nevada casino, Nevada Gaming Control has ruled time and time again that you’re entitled to the cashback earned, whereas comps in your comp account are forfeited, since they’re discretionary.
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Clocking the Roulette wheel or not?Clocking the wheel or just lucky?
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So I'm working on my 10 in a row progressive dozen bet. I could win 91 times my original bet if I hit it really early; 85 times my original bet if I win one of 12 straight-up bets 10 times in a row.
Most Euro wheels in Vegas have a $100 minimum, there are a couple of exceptions if you can find them.
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Difference Between European Roulette and Single Zero Roulette
European Roulette and single zero appear to be the same but there is one major difference. European Roulette has a rule known as “la partage.” This returns half of an even money bet if the ball lands on zero. This cuts the house edge on red/black, odd/even and hi/lo to 1.35%. All other bets on both tables have a 2.7% house edge.
Encore, Wynn, and upscale MGM properties are the only ones that offer European Roulette in Las Vegas. The minimum bet at MGM Grand is either $10 or $25. The others all require at least $100 to play.
I was playing my home game roulette software (which very definitely avoids landing on my bets) and turned $5,000 into over $12,000 pretty quickly using this system of $200, $300, $450, $700, $1050 on a dozen bet (raise on each loss, reset on a win or 5 losses in a row), and $25 on either 5 blacks or 5 reds within that dozen bet (opposite color of the last number spun) and raise to $50 after 6 losses on the quarter bet, and raise to $100 after 3 losses more, then call it a lost cause after two $100 bets. It's based on this video I saw on YouTube a couple nights ago.
The roulette player who submitted the system said he went from around $2,700 to $75,000 at a real table in 9 hours. He had 2 more buy-ins available.
I could divide down to $8, $12, $18, $28, $42 on the dozen bet and $1, $2, or $4 on the 5 red or black bets within the dozen for a $120 buy-in at a $1 roulette machine.
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Tournament Poker - Five Common Stack Sizes and What To Do with ThemI had a dream about casino chips last night so I thought I'd look up a similar image. It linked to this article.
Keep Your Tournament Game Simple: Five Common Stack Sizes and What To Do with Them