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  1. #41
    bro sal out here getting wildly disrespectful to prince harrys wife

  2. #42
    also ur fucking done this site is going to be nothing but dmx songs all day this week


    u may sleep now scammer trash

  3. #43
    and yes i somehow just said all day this week lets pretend that makes any sort of sense ty

  4. #44
    miiiiiiiiiind ur business lady we can discuss houses and veranda magazine tomorrow but this one is not for u kid

  5. #45
    you know when the man on the taco bell ad says head for the border itís not like a emergency broadcast instruction to head south on route 5

  6. #46
    sal is officially 60 if he thinks the head for the border thing still plays

  7. #47
    back to dmx songs kid

  8. #48
    in between you referencing those chihuahua ads

  9. #49
    U R WORST NIGTHMARE

    TAKE IT RIGHT THERE

    ONLY 2 KNEW THE ANSWER





    aYI YI YI

  10. #50
    hot mild or weak sauce

  11. #51
    bro if ur not in that diablo marrone

  12. #52
    shoulda quit at glo stix and pizza i tap out
    fortunately this will all be redacted by admin

  13. #53
    I know they have to back all the chips in circulation or on the floor by cash. Iíve never heard of them having to back every slot payout, though. Thatís an incredibly huge amount of money. Many slots donít even have a top or highest payout due to bonus rounds. Even just assuming the highest single line pays on slots, youíre looking at easily $20 million if not more just in a high limit room. $5 10-play UX top pay is $2.4 million. $2 10-play DSTP is $1.6 million. Top payout on that $5k/spin slot at Aria I think is $2 million (maybe 2.4?). Keno top payouts can get absolutely bonkers. $5 20-card keno would be $4 million. Thereís just no possible way a casino can have that much COH. That doesnít take into account table games, where they can have anywhere from low/mid 5 figures in the bank (like $5 6/5 BJ in the titty pit) to 8 figures on a high limit craps table (if not more?) or big table bac.

  14. #54
    Yeah, I’ve been thinking about that statement.

    No business in western civilization can have that much idle cash.

    The financial wonks are going to work that problem and solve it. There was a reference to law in a previous post requiring cash on hand.

    Let’s face it, gaming commissions are trade associations and can and will be lobbied. In the end the health and prosperity of the casinos is their first responsibility

    So again I am skeptical but find it oddly interesting.

    There was a time when people played IGT stock like a slot machine. I haven’t looked at them in years. I always thought of them as strictly a manufacturer so I’m surprised by them running pools.
    Last edited by Sanlmar; 08-19-2019 at 12:37 AM.

  15. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by Sanlmar View Post
    Yeah, Iíve been thinking about that statement.

    No business in western civilization can have that much idle cash.

    The financial wonks are going to work that problem and solve it. There was a reference to law in a previous post requiring cash on hand.

    Letís face it, gaming commissions are trade associations and can and will be lobbied. In the end the health and prosperity of the casinos is their first responsibility

    So again I am skeptical but find it oddly interesting.

    There was a time when people played IGT stock like a slot machine. I havenít looked at them in years. I always thought of them as strictly a manufacturer so Iím surprised by them running pools.

    I used to own some IGT. It went private or was bought out about 3 years ago as I recall.

  16. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Sanlmar View Post
    Yeah, Iíve been thinking about that statement.

    No business in western civilization can have that much idle cash.

    The financial wonks are going to work that problem and solve it. There was a reference to law in a previous post requiring cash on hand.

    Letís face it, gaming commissions are trade associations and can and will be lobbied. In the end the health and prosperity of the casinos is their first responsibility

    So again I am skeptical but find it oddly interesting.

    There was a time when people played IGT stock like a slot machine. I havenít looked at them in years. I always thought of them as strictly a manufacturer so Iím surprised by them running pools.

    The law has to be real, it was in Ocean's Eleven, wasn't it?

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