What is the max bet limit at Las Vegas sportsbook?

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MGM Properties take large bets.  I have made bets up to $50,000 there.

William Hill takes large bets.  I have made bets up to $40,000 there.

M(CG Technologies) takes medium bets.  I have made bets up to $5,000 there.  They turned me down for $10,000 and $25,000.

Wynn are chumps because they take very small bets.  They turned me down for $30,000 and offer to take $2,000.  They shouldn't have a sports book in such a nice casino, if they are not going to take serious action.

Hilton(baby) Superbook takes small bets.  They turned me down multiple times for $30,000 and $20,000.  Counted at $2,000.  Superbook is false advertising.  Superman wouldn't be some puny guy.  These guys shouldn't be able to use Super anywhere in their name and offer $2,000 limit on bets.

Golden Nugget takes very small bets.  They turned me down for $5,000 bets offer $500.  They should have their license for being a sports book revoked.  The Casino is very nice.  For gambling other than sports this is one of my favorite casinos.

Caesars Palace takes big bets.  I have bet $20,000 a game their before.  They have limited me a couple of time to $5k and 10k a bet.  Good place.  Make sure you get a players card.

I have bet at other books but don't have any other information to post on the other books.

I am posting this because of the lack of information online about making large sports bets in Las Vegas.  Everyone seems to assume the books will take unlimited bets and it isn't true. 
 
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Little_Sal

I don't understand your reasoning with all the BULLSH!T...

you sir, and your entire commentary, are full of sh!t, keep in mind, their are people reading your bullsh!t who actually visit, and wager at the sportbooks you've mentioned, and I can assure you that' not what's happening...no argument, no debate.. enjoy your charade

to each his own...have fun



 
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Quote Originally Posted by sports_Network:

Little_Sal

I don't understand your reasoning with all the BULLSH!T...

you sir, and your entire commentary, are full of sh!t, keep in mind, their are people reading your bullsh!t who actually visit, and wager at the sportbooks you've mentioned, and I can assure you that' not what's happening...no argument, no debate.. enjoy your charade

to each his own...have fun




I was wondering if anyone would challenge that post.



 
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Quote Originally Posted by MCWisky:

I was in the Tropicana for the sole purpose of betting a NCAAF bowl game this past December. CG technology casinos had the game at -3, the best line in town. I asked the writer if they would take a 10 dime bet. He said they would take the bet, but the manager was on break. I came back 30 minutes later and the writer introduced me as the gentleman that wanted to bet $10,000 on a game. I gave them the game number and amount. After giving them my license and a form stating the bet was my money and I wasn't someone's lackey, they took my money and punched it in. The writer looks at me and says it was rejected. The manager makes a call to the powers that be. She gets off the phone and tells me they won't take the bet. I ask why and she stated that they just said no bet. I told them that if it was a losing bet, in their mind, they would take it. I said it is obvious that they thought it was a winner. They would let me bet a lesser amount but I told them it is obvious you don't want action and left. I went back to the casino I usually make wagers and got the game at -3-. (FYI, it was a winner)

So, the moral of the story is, yes they will take any bet if they think its a loser. In other words, there is a limit but it a moving mark. If you are betting 4 figures, you're probably okay. If you are betting 5 figures then, I feel, it is a case by case situation. It also matters who you are. If you are a known winner, all bets are off. If you are a known loser, game on!



thats strange that tropicana didn't take your bet.  afterall, its a cg book and they are known for taking the largest bets out there.  there is something else going on there for some reason maybe they had too much risk on one side.  


 
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Quote Originally Posted by vegasoddsgod:

Wynn/aria/bellagio/mgm/caesers any of the big "5"(and  affiliated books) and Westgate will take atleast a twenty dime wager no players card needed just questions from manager.
What kinds of questions? 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by 666LES:

Quote Originally Posted by vegasoddsgod:

If you did manage to hit a 25 dime 1 time ticket. Rest assured your name would be added to their book and they wouldn't let you leave the casino without staying a night or two 
Bulllshiiit. Pay me like I played it,I played it with chips and they payed me with chips so I never had to give a false social security # and they still don't know your name.
Why bother with chips if in order to get your money since you just have to take the chips to the cashier and trade them for cash anyway? Wouldn't it be easier to just take the cash in the first place and save yourself a tour of the casino that you don't need, plus another line to stand in and another person to deal with? 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by MCWisky:

IIf you are betting 4 figures, you're probably okay. If you are betting 5 figures then, I feel, it is a case by case situation. It also matters who you are. If you are a known winner, all bets are off. If you are a known loser, game on!
What is the definition of a 'known winner' and a 'known loser' using actual numbers? 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by Peters821:

Quote Originally Posted by MCWisky:

I was in the Tropicana for the sole purpose of betting a NCAAF bowl game this past December. CG technology casinos had the game at -3, the best line in town. I asked the writer if they would take a 10 dime bet. He said they would take the bet, but the manager was on break. I came back 30 minutes later and the writer introduced me as the gentleman that wanted to bet $10,000 on a game. I gave them the game number and amount. After giving them my license and a form stating the bet was my money and I wasn't someone's lackey, they took my money and punched it in. The writer looks at me and says it was rejected. The manager makes a call to the powers that be. She gets off the phone and tells me they won't take the bet. I ask why and she stated that they just said no bet. I told them that if it was a losing bet, in their mind, they would take it. I said it is obvious that they thought it was a winner. They would let me bet a lesser amount but I told them it is obvious you don't want action and left. I went back to the casino I usually make wagers and got the game at -3-. (FYI, it was a winner)So, the moral of the story is, yes they will take any bet if they think its a loser. In other words, there is a limit but it a moving mark. If you are betting 4 figures, you're probably okay. If you are betting 5 figures then, I feel, it is a case by case situation. It also matters who you are. If you are a known winner, all bets are off. If you are a known loser, game on!
Yep, that is true.  Even these "Big 5" will only take 5k max on an NFL game.
Then which Vegas sportsbooks are Billy Walter's secret friends in when he tells them over the phone to put 'up to $250K' on one game and 'up to $150K' on another?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6FAUQ6SFKM

Fast forward to the 3:20 mark. 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by sports_Network:

Little_SalI don't understand your reasoning with all the BULLSH!T...you sir, and your entire commentary, are full of sh!t, keep in mind, their are people reading your bullsh!t who actually visit, and wager at the sportbooks you've mentioned, and I can assure you that' not what's happening...no argument, no debate.. enjoy your charadeto each his own...have fun
Why don't you list specifics that he's wrong about instead of just calling it all BS? That doesn't help forum readers when you attack without offering countering specifics. 

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