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Posted: 10/28/2011 3:47:12 PM

One more good article:

http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/11/ff_midas/all/1

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Posted: 10/28/2011 7:50:23 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by VegasGourmet:

For some strange reason, I'm going to say this again...............

$10K has NOTHING to do with TAX; but simply it has to do with money laundering...............

A supervisor has to ask you for your identification for any transaction in excess of $5K...YOU MAY REFUSE TO PROVIDE IDENTITY.

HOWEVER.....and read this slowly because I am uncertain as to your ability to understand the English language.....

YOU MUST PROVIDE IDENTIFICATION FOR ANY CASH TRANSACTION THAT IS $10k OR ABOVE.....

You're at the Rolex store at The Wynn and buy a watch for $15K cash (not credit card)....same "F-ing identification".....

IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH A SPORTSBOOK....IT ONLY HAS TO DO WITH ANY....REPEAT, ANY.....CASH TRANSACTION IN THE UNITED STATES THAT IS IN EXCESS OF $10,000.....

PERIOD....END

 

You read my post wrong. If the wager exceeds 10k the manger will no question need to approve. That's what I pointed out. I've bet 10k at the Hilton plenty of time without the manger coming over to approve.

IF THE MANAGER DOES NOT WRITE DOWN YOUR INFO ON A CASH TRANSACTION IN EXCESS OF $10k...ONCE AGAIN....YOU ARE LYING.....

ADDITIONALLY....WHAT PAPERWORK????...

......No writer at the Bellagio would care to make a comment such as the one that you quoted....BS.....Two months ago?.....Tell me which writer...describe the writer....I'd be happy to follow that crap up with you......

It's posts like yours that corrupt this website...joke...and, sad.



I've never asked you a question on this forum and have only praised you for providing information to others (mainly the tourist). However, there is no reason to repeat yourself or talk to me in that manner considering what I said was never directed to you.

Lying? That's absurd. I'll leave it at that and not comment any further.
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Posted: 10/30/2011 2:26:36 AM
my experience over the years has been that you will be asked for identification sometimes if your "risk amount" and "to win" amount equal 10k or more - if they didn't ask for id when the wager was placed, they always did when it was collected .  at -110 i usually wager a max of 5200 risk amount so i don't exceed this limit.  in theory, all bets at the same book are cumulative during a 24 hour period - there have been times when i've placed two of these bets on the same day at the same book and been asked for id on the second bet, therefore i move around when i'm playing this large.  good luck tomorrow.
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Posted: 11/4/2011 1:20:47 AM
It is not a law to ASK for ID for a transaction over $5,000.  

I can tell you that with 100% certainty.  
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Posted: 11/9/2011 12:46:40 AM
Dude, it's really simple. Go to the M Resort or any Cantor Gaming institution and you can literally bet whatever you want. 
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