“cashless wagering system” means a method of wagering and accounting in which the validity and value of electronic credits are determined, monitored and retained by a computer which is operated and maintained by a casino operator, and includes any computerised system which facilitates electronic credit transfers directly to or from a game or gaming machine;“counter game” means a game (other than a table game or game played on a gaming machine) in which the casino operator is a party to the wager and includes, but is not limited to, bingo and keno;“coupon” means any match play coupon or any coupon given to a player by a casino operator which may be used for the purpose of gaming;in relation to a table game, means the total amount of chips purchased and bets placed at the table, represented by the aggregate value of money, chips, deposit withdrawal notes, cheque-cashing notes, credit notes, coupons, chip purchase vouchers and any other document evidencing the purchase of chips contained in the drop box for the table, and any electronic credit transfers made to the table game;in relation to a gaming machine, means the aggregate value of money, chips and coupons contained in the drop box for the gaming machine, and any electronic credit transfers made to the gaming machine; andin relation to a counter game, means the aggregate value of money, chips, coupons, any unpaid winning tickets and electronic credit transfers made to the counter game, which were received and accepted by the casino operator as bets on the counter game;“electronic credit transfer” means a transfer made through the use of a cashless wagering system to or from a game or gaming machine of a player’s electronic credits;“electronic credits”, in relation to a player, means wagering credits maintained in an electronic account for the player in a cashless wagering system, which have a fixed dollar wagering value and may be used for the purpose of gaming;“gaming day” means a 24-hour period which constitutes a normal business day of a casino, being the same period by which the casino keeps its books and records for business, accounting and tax purposes;“jackpot payout” means any amount paid out in money, chips, or electronic credit transfers to a player as a result of his placing a bet on the gaming machine, and includes a progressive payout;) of the Act;“progressive payout” means winnings from a special prize pool which are awarded to a player as a result of his placing a bet, and may be awarded based on criteria other than the player obtaining a winning combination on a gaming machine or winning a wager at a table game;“rake” means a commission which may be taken by the casino operator for conducting a game;“reporting period” means a calendar month or such other period as the Comptroller may determine in lieu thereof;“tournament” means a contest or competition among players for a prize, whether or not any entry fee or other consideration is required to be paid by the players to participate in the contest or competition;“wagering voucher” means a printed voucher that has a fixed dollar wagering value which is used for the purpose of gaming and is redeemable for premium player tax rate shall apply from the time the player qualifies as a premium player ascertained in accordance with regulation 3 of the Casino Control (Credit) Regulations 2010 (G.
An original deconstruction of Tennessee William's Blanche Dubois, before A Streetcar Named Desire's actual story takes place.
A newly married southern belle must ridicule her closeted husband after discovering him with his best friend in order to sustain her own sexual confidences as a woman.
When Michael Scanlon drives up to the Sun Sail cruise ship in Florida to see Gus Boulis, the front of his rental car has a Florida license plate.
Additionally, another car appears with a Florida license on the front. See more » "Casino Jack" tells the real life story of Jack Abramoff (Kevin Spacey), who at one time held a successful career as a lobbyist in Washington, DC.
License plates for automobiles are printed on one tag only and must be placed on the rear of the vehicle. Abramoff, like most lobbyists, was paid by big companies and organizations to help convince Members of Congress to vote for or against certain things in the senate.
Only commercial tractor trucks carry Florida plates on the front. I could be any one of them." Well guess what, you can't. Cause in reality, mediocrity is where most people live. The film focuses on a massive corruption scandal that led himself, two White House officials, and 10 other lobbyists and congressional members to be convicted.
See more » : You know, I do a shitload of reading and studying and praying, and I've come to a few conclusions I want to share. This film is an interesting and somewhat humorous tale of just how far greed and money will take you in America.
People look at politicians and celebrities on the TV and the newspapers, glossy magazines - what do they see? I am not a news junkie by any means but I do remember this news story when it happened back in 2006.
For those who don't recall, Jack Abramoff became a big focus in the news back in 2006 because he was convicted of fraud, tax invasion, and conspiracy.
The film itself never really discusses his sentence however focuses on all the events leading up to it.
Now given the fact that this is a movie, I am sure they took some liberties on the story to make it more entertaining.