Discussion in 'Video Poker' started by crm1310, Apr 17, 2018.
Triple Double Bonus Ten Play five dollars threes with a kicker 2000 coin. Just means the player likes $250 a hand poker.
I don't think it was supposed to "mean" anything....it's just a picture of an awesome hit.
Simply decoding a blurry picture and indicating the level of risk necessary for such a reward. That hand dealt on a multi-play machine would be amazing at any denomination.
Wow that's what dreams are made of. But being able to play $250/hand is also a dream
You should ask him for a tour of his Nobu villa.
And here comes the taxman!
Agreed. I get nervous when I play $0.25 Triple Play VP. That $3.75 adds up fast when you're losing.
O M G - good for him! but too rich for me.
My last trip there was a guy sitting next to me at Caesars on the multi-play machines. He was playing the same - 10 hands at $5. His wife was sitting next to him playing also. He hit a hand pay then went to the another machine immediately behind the one he was playing while the slot attendant came to record the win, etc., Then he would win on then other side and come back to play again. I had to do the the math and $250 a spin? Crazy, but even if I could afford it it's too distracting to stop every time it hit $1200, which is frequently. If you get dealt anything over two pair you hit a hand-pay. It looks like this guy was in the HL area.
I would spin once and be done. Ha.
Congrats! Well done.
Go big or go home!
Though I have played often in HL,it is more like $10-$20 a spin. Folks playing over $100 a spin are constantly getting W2-g, even though they may go home just like those playing dollar machines with ZERO DOLLARS left. Yet, those guys have all the W2g income that messes up your taxes. Crazy.
I'd play $5 cause I'd love that $20K Royal, but every quad generates W-2g. I get enough that my taxes and my Medicare Part B insurance premium is way more than it should be. So when play 1 line I stick with $1 and $2.
I assume you have figured out that more of your SS gets taxed because of the W2-gs. Does not matter if you can deduct the losses or not.
Yes, plus my Medicare part B premium is way up because it's all part of page 1 AGI and considered income and doesn't get deducted after that.
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