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"That $1.7 billion figure represents gross gaming revenues: what the tribes had left after they paid out in winnings but before other expenses like payroll and utilities."
"By law, the actual amount wagered in tribal casinos is confidential."
I received a notice from the IRS that I under reported my gaming winnings in 2007
( I did deliberately) so I am not a complaining about the IRS.
What I want to know is who are the idiots- aka Abramhoff proteges- in Arizona Congress e.g. McCain Kyl et al who allowed the tribes confidentiality on Total Revenues;even our corrupt banks can't get away with that!For the record I love gaming but also for the record my car was stolen at Ft Mcdowell and my wallet eas also stolen -not the same night -they had the stolen wallet on video tape but not live.They watch their dealers live! I had a casino ticket stolen from my keno machine at Casino Arizona with $110.00 .the casino caught that scoundrel only beciase i had left my machine for 3minutes! But theCasino management refused to prosecute him and was backed up by the local Scottsdale police department Bad Publicity?? Moral I m not angry I'm just getting even!!!Oct 26, 2011