More on Keeping Gambling Records Live | Ohio Slots in 2020
Keeping good gambling records helps with more than income tax preparation. Knowing what you’ve won and lost at slots is an advantage play. I review minimum gambling records for slots enthusiasts, then press forward with more to help you win again and not just with a bigger income tax refund. Plus, Ohio slots in 2020.
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Quick Episode Summary
- Intro (0:00)
- Win More by Keeping Good Gambling Records (Live Q&A) (0:58)
- Ohio Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2020 (1:04:51)
- Relevant Legal Statutes on Gambling in Ohio
- Slot Machine Private Ownership in Ohio
- Gaming Control Board in Ohio
- Casinos in Ohio
- Non-Tribal Casinos in Ohio
- American Indian Casinos in Ohio
- Other Gambling Establishments
- Our Ohio Slots Community Facebook Group
- Payout Returns in Ohio
- Annual Progress in Ohio
- Closing (1:12:28)
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