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Old September 30th, 2011, 05:24 PM
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Great show, keep them coming. I'm very interested in whether or not the MI HC'ing case can be appealed in a non-tribal court. Richard, what do you think the odds of something like this being successfully prosecuted in a non-tribal casino are? Seems extremely unlikely to me.

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Old October 1st, 2011, 09:17 PM
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Wow, excellent interview.
I loved his spontaneous rant about the damn casinos getting their act together.
I personally hope they don't for a long time. I am looking forward to the day when Bob and I can do some business together. The more we can learn from this guy, the better prepared we will be when a situation arises that can be capitalized upon.
It's not "
If" I will ever be backroomed or wrongly arrested, but when!!!!! I want to be as prepared as possible as I think a Nersesian Lawsuit would be my finest AP "Play" ever!!!!
Not so much for money but for my personal satisfaction of seeing them squirm!!!
I love Bob's attitude!!!!.

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Old October 2nd, 2011, 09:18 AM
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...To the person who asked about the Trump Marina case, you will hear that Bob said he couldn't talk about it because it is his case, but I will ask the person who it happened to if he will come on to discuss the details of what happened and whatever he can tell us about the state of the case.

Welcome Bob to AC. The big gun will most likely pop up EVs of APs who've been done wrong by AC casinos. Perhaps Bob will take on more cases from AC APs, i.e., an AP's $1,000 comped dollars were confiscated by AC Caesars. AC Caesars' action is a breach of contract between 2 parties (offeror & offeree). Confiscating the dollars is like stealing money from a person's savings account; however, AC casinos think they can confiscate "their gifts" against unwelcome guests anytime. What do you guys think?
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Old October 2nd, 2011, 09:20 AM
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We did talk about this a bit on the first show with Bob. The problem is the amounts are so small that no lawyer will take those cases. But why not try to sue in small claims court?
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Old October 2nd, 2011, 09:35 AM
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We did talk about this a bit on the first show with Bob. The problem is the amounts are so small that no lawyer will take those cases. But why not try to sue in small claims court?
I-C. When there is unity, there is power. How about a class action lawsuit (CAL) just to right the wrong? For the past 3 decades, AC casinos have kept on confiscating comped dollars against the unwelcome guests. After Mankodi's case, I hope Bob will do the CAL, not for the money, but to right the wrong .
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Old October 3rd, 2011, 12:12 AM
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considering NRS 465.070 Fraudulent acts section in this link:
http://www.qfit.com/nevada-gambling-...m#NRS465Sec070
specifically the bolded section...
3. To claim, collect or take, or attempt to claim, collect or take, money or anything of value in or from a gambling game, with intent to defraud, without having made a wager contingent thereon, or to claim, collect or take an amount greater than the amount won.

i'm wondering how it is Mr. Nersesian can say or imply as i believe he did in the interview, that it is not illegal to silver mine, machine walk or essentially remove found credits or tickets from abandoned slot machines, when NRS 465.070 reads as it does, especially the section i bolded?
didn't the elderly lady who took a five cent ticket out of a slot machine violate section 3? i mean, wow, she even won a monetary judgment against the casino, no?
is the point that there has to be an intent to defraud?
what am i missing here?
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Old October 6th, 2011, 06:31 AM
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And if you could somehow manage to round up that rapscallion that he hangs out with, I'll bet you could get a pretty fascinating interview out of it (with a pitch-shifted voice filter, a la the UBT, of course)...
I second that.
 

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