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  • Playing with CVCX Demo - what are the limitations?
    I'm having fun with the demo version of CVCX. I understand that in demo mode, the win rates are wrong, but is that only in my custom sims that they're wrong or does that also apply when looking at the included sims? I ask because they look about right in… Read more »
  • Best shoe game in country
    What’s up everyone. I’m new to the forum but willing to share one of the best shoe games in the country on the the east coast if anyone is interested. Also if anyone knows a decent 2 deck game in the north east I’d appreciate it Read more »
  • Any Chance I Still Can Get a Comp in Vegas
    It has been about 10 years since I played in Vegas. For at least a year after I played there I would get offers for free rooms or reduced prices depending on the property. Eventually the offers stopped altogether. Now I was wondering if I called them would they still… Read more »
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  • Filming inside casinos
    Does anyone have any experience with filming inside the casinos? Whether or not it was approved by the venues or if it was more a secretive recording? Read more »
  • Using CVBJ to practice RC.
    I am playing the BJ on CVBJ heads up, it seeming I get the RC wrong about myway. Is it harder to keep the correct RC on software than it is at the casino. Is it's easier to keep the correct RC with more players on the software and also… Read more »
  • AP Taxes
    The tax law changes for 2018 included a 20% deduction for pass-through businesses. Pass-throughs include sole-proprietorships, partnerships, S corps, LLCs and LLPs. Basically, if you pay business taxes on your personal income tax forms, you are a pass-through. But, not all pass-throughs are qualified for this deduction. Problem is, what… Read more »

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