Hey, Too lazy to look up the statute unless no one knows the answer, but: I was told recently that, when issuing a player's card, it is a legal requirement in Nevada that the information on a player's ID (Driver's License, Passport, etc.) must be entered exactly as presented on the ID. This only matters from a personal perspective: One's name is Gaylord Focker. Gaylord prefers to be called 'Greg', as Gaylord is his imprisoned father's name and he would rather not answer questions regarding why his father flashed an 82 year-old man while doing a one-armed handstand in the middle of LV Blvd, subsequently causing a 12 car pile-up where another man got his schlong severed because he was receiving pleasure from the hooker he just picked up and she forgot to remove her teeth. The hooker is now suing because her dentures were damaged in the accident. The man's willie was slung from the car and was run over by a one-eyed clown on a unicycle. It was reattached, but most of the girth was lost - he did pick up some length, though. The casino will not enter or reference 'Greg' in their system, citing Nevada law. Anyone? L.I.A.