In this Q&A session, Dean asked if I considered myself a professional gambler for slots. It’s not up to us, but the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You could try telling the IRS that on your next federal income tax return, but fully expect an audit. Listen to find out what would happen next. Plus, California slots in 2019.
Professor Slots Podcast Show
Today’s Live Q&A session on YouTube and Facebook was at its regular time at 2 p.m. ET on Saturdays. This week, I’d tried to focus on your 2020 slots gambling goals with lots of other good questions asked, too. I answered interesting questions on slots in Michigan, Louisiana and both Carolinas. Plus, Arizona slots in 2019.
To help you keep your winnings from your casino trip to play slot machines, I review my 11 slots bankroll management tips. I’ve grouped these practical tips into preparing for your trip, what to do upon arrival at a casino, gameplay actions, and reviewing your casino trip after returning home. Plus, Arizona slots in 2019.
Today’s show includes an audio recording of my first attempt at a Live Q&A Session on YouTube and Facebook. I’ve invited a bunch of people, and knew we’d just have to see how it went. And it went great! You’re invited to the next one! Are you ready with your slots-related questions? Plus, American Samoa slots in 2019.
Professor Slots is much more than just a website with articles winning slots strategies and casino reviews. I’ve also created a podcast, 57 Facebook Groups, and a fledgling YouTube Channel with videos and Live Q&A session. Each point of connection with my audience has a going live schedule. Plus, Alaska slots in 2019.
Slots advantage players have always been a bit mysterious and downright secretive because sharing their tricks is counter-productive to winning at slots when using them. But sharing is caring, so I’ve written this article for up-and-coming and experienced APs from a modern-day perspective. Plus, Alabama slots in 2019.