A person yesterday came up to the table and plopped down $1200.

  • BJLFS

    A person yesterday came up to the table and plopped down $1200.

    The PB came over, stopped the game and had the person fill out what I assume is a CTR. I thought it was for only $10K or above. Was that correct what the PB did?

  • Sonny

     

    Quote: BJLFS said:
    Was that correct what the PB did?

    Was it necessary? Probably not, unless that player had made several buy-ins during the course of the day. Was it correct? Perhaps, depending on what the PB’s motives were. This all assumes it was a CTR.

    -Sonny-

  • BJLFS

     

    Quote: Sonny said:
    Was it necessary? Probably not, unless that player had made several buy-ins during the course of the day. Was it correct? Perhaps, depending on what the PB’s motives were. This all assumes it was a CTR.

    -Sonny-

    Thanks.

  • 21forme

     

    The patron does not fill out a CTR. The casino does.

    Seems odd. That’s a pretty low amount to start giving someone the third degree. I’ve played in some casinos that start tracking at 3K.

  • Sucker

     

    Most likely, he was stuck more than $8800 in that casino, before he came up to your table.

  • paddywhack

     

    Quote: Sucker said:
    Most likely, he was stuck more than $8800 in that casino, before he came up to your table.

    Or was at least getting close…..

  • Solo player

    Players card

    Maybe he was just filling out the form to get a players card.

    About ten years ago I bought in at the Stardust for 800$ PB asks if I want a players card. I said yes. As I’m pulling out my wallet to get ID. She hands me the form with a pen and wants me to fill it out. I just started laughing.

  • BJLFS

     

    Quote: Solo player said:
    Maybe he was just filling out the form to get a players card.

    This was some sort of legal thing.

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