Got my 2013 ACG and even less match plays this year. Casinos don't like to lose, and match plays are about the only way to gain an advantage other than card counting and cheating. Coupon Abuse as it is called by the casinos is multiple usage by someone or a group on a "coupon run". I saw a group of 5 or 6 guys come in to the East Side Cannery, each with their $10 match play. The each played one pass on the Craps table and they left. I'll assume they were to split up the take after it was all said and done. They were off to the next casino. The pit boss was very attentive to this. Hence, no more match plays there. So, if you're thinking about collecting up a bunch of match plays and using them repeatedly, don't. You'll just ruin it for the rest of us casual users. Some bullet heads will squirm and disagree but the idea of a match play is to get the player in the door and then deplete them of their bankroll. Like I said, casinos hate to lose. So, for those who just can't at least be discreet and don't use them on the same shift with the same dealers and pit bosses on duty, and don't go in with a hand full of match plays and just hit and run. Hang out for a while and lay low. Only a few years ago there were some really good ones, they're gone. Thanks to some folks that got their hands on a few hundred left over books from another well known source and abused the hell out of them to the tune of thousands of dollars. The casinos caught wind of that, and started scrutinizing their usage, so now that publication has none. Not even one. Need I say more?