Discussion in 'Slots' started by zamboni, Dec 26, 2014.
This isn't mine, but some really nice hits recently at Aria for this guy:
Isn't that Trig??
I thought I heard him say he was going to play the $5000 slot once...
that is a lot of $10 bills to feed for one spin!
Ballin I love the guy with him eating (1.48) on what looks like room service cart in the hi limit area
At 5000 a pull i bet that guy hasnt paid for a room/meal in a while
The room service gave me a giggle. Wonder how much went through at 5K a spin before each hit. On an unrelated topic....he's not repulsive; I'd give him a "date" lmao
Trigs $1M hit was a few years ago...
could be him though...
Holy Shite! I am considering taking a one pull stab at a $500 slot at Aria during my next trip...but, Holy Hell...that $5000 machine just made my heart palpitate!
Holy crap, nice job. I wonder how long the paperwork on all that took?
Wow! This makes me wonder: what is the highest denomination slot machine in Vegas?
That has to be one of them. Maybe 10k? But to me it's sorta dumb to play that high...every win will lock up the machine.
These machines have been in Aria for several years, the original video has been on Youtube since 2011 and reappeared under a different poster.
I bet he's paid a ton for his free rooms and meals.
LOL I wonder how he'd look if he was playing $5 slots instead.
The amounts are high, but the wins are not even a little impressive, the million is 200 credits(nice but not a blockbuster win), the 400K is 80 credits, and that 125K is 25 credits. It's a normal slot machine.
Normally folks regularly playing machines at $500 or higher (sometimes even $100) will have a staff member with them. They cut the auto lock off and simply count the wins and losses so it doesn't stop the action. They just keep playing through and settle up at the end of a session.
At Aria where this was recorded, they don't even need to do that apparently. They have an automated system called Quickplay for the high limit slots:
QUICKPAY is a new technology only available at ARIA that has revolutionized jackpot payout procedures and significantly enhances the guest experience. The technology enables an automated W2G accrual log, which allows customers to service their own jackpots without employee interruption or delay due to paperwork. Not only does this technology eliminate the need for manual paperwork, but it virtually eliminates errors made when manually completing W2Gs, as jackpot events and customer information are automatically stored and recorded electronically.
If you have the money to play the $5000/spin machine do you think a $100K win would be exciting?
I can imagine the person getting upset and kicking the machine because he only won $100K.
Just wondering do so he have to do taxes on every hit? Every single win on a machine like that would be a hand pay.
I'm an idiot and didn't read through the thread
Its very likely he has more losses than wins...so he probably doesnt have to pay taxes.
And he is British? what are the gambling tax rules in the UK?
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