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Courtesy to the deales...

who spent a lot of money for their table. If the attendee wanted to make a sale type transaction they usually went out into the hallway.
Never really a rule just being fair to the dealers. Dealers probably figured the individual could get their own table. Sure this sounds petty for the
attendee who is just transacting for one or two chips, but it doesn't seem right when the attendee is trying to sell off a large batch of chips.

Sort of like not taking your McDonalds bag and drink cup into the Southpoint steakhouse and eating at their table.

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exchanging cash on floor with other collectors
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I don't see a problem if someone comes in with
I wasn't fully aware of this rule.
Back In a Former Life..
I fully agree.
Jim, here is my understanding of the general rule.
Re: Jim, here is my understanding of the general r
Courtesy to the deales...
Re: THIS MAY BE THE PROBLEM THEY HAVE
IT IS RIDICULOUS TO ASSUME
You want to hear something very ironic ?
Re: You want to hear something very ironic ?
Not trying to make excuses for anyone.
Re: Not trying to make excuses for anyone.
While it may have been shortsighted the
It is a State Sales Tax Violation
Really?
Ask a Nevada lawyer!
While not an expert, the general answer is yes!..
Kinda what I thought, Jim . . .

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