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    you play $5 machines and have not had a winning night in ten years? Did you get many hours of play for loosing the 3k?
    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye1 View Post
    Just got back from Vegas on Wednesday night. Stayed at the Mirage, and my Convention happened to be there. As usual, no hand pays, and left with about a 3,300.00 in the red. However, I got 4 nights in a suite, 200FP, and 200 F & B, so since I quit the locals, I'm OK with this, as the locals don't compare with the rooms, and food I eat in Vegas. I have not won since about 2007, and all casinos have tightened up the machines to almost criminal levels. What we have now in casino's is the super big jackpot winner, that gets all the press for putting in 40 cents and walking out with a million dollars, and I believe the casino's have set it up this way to get folks excited, that you too can win a big jackpot on a small bet. The rest of us playing 3-5 dollars a spin are screwed, and I don't see it changing. still had fun though
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    I agree with you about the big jp trend, they are all headed in that direction.
    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye1 View Post
    Just got back from Vegas on Wednesday night. Stayed at the Mirage, and my Convention happened to be there. As usual, no hand pays, and left with about a 3,300.00 in the red. However, I got 4 nights in a suite, 200FP, and 200 F & B, so since I quit the locals, I'm OK with this, as the locals don't compare with the rooms, and food I eat in Vegas. I have not won since about 2007, and all casinos have tightened up the machines to almost criminal levels. What we have now in casino's is the super big jackpot winner, that gets all the press for putting in 40 cents and walking out with a million dollars, and I believe the casino's have set it up this way to get folks excited, that you too can win a big jackpot on a small bet. The rest of us playing 3-5 dollars a spin are screwed, and I don't see it changing. still had fun though

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