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Slots Advice on a group slot pull...

Discussion in 'Slots' started by mason, Feb 28, 2016.

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  1. mason

    mason Tourist

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    Am looking to set up a slot pull for 40-60 people at a high end casino in the near future. All people are like minded and type A personalities. Never done anything like this before. I am a CET aspirations level one gamer and have a host. All attendees have an income of 56,000 to 110,000.

    Looking for advice on all of it. What would be a good buy-in, what level($) slot, want to ask host for a glass of champagne for attendees (it will be on my players card), if W2g is earned should full taxes be taken out? Anything else I have not thought of..... I know there are VMBers out there have put together events like this and other events(trying to come with other ideas for events) and would love any and all input and ideas for other events. All advice is is welcome as are ideas for events
     
  2. mickeydfly13

    mickeydfly13 Tourist

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    On a different note, I have seen and heard of people doing something like that at blackjack. All in for a big amount on one hand. I have never done it, but I think I would rather do half on a single hand. What if you got dealt A-A or 9-2 against a dealer 6 or something? Would suck not being able to split or double, right?
     
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    h0und10 Low-Roller

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    If it is going on your players card (thus you get points and comps) I think you should be responsible for paying taxes and handling the w2.
     
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    Sent you an e-mail with a link.
     
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