Professional Gambler (Live Q&A) | California Slots in 2019
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.
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Quick Episode Summary
- Intro (0:00)
- Professional Gambler (Live Q&A) (1:26)
- California Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019 (1:01:45)
- Relevant Legal Statutes on Gambling in California
- Slot Machine Private Ownership in California
- Gaming Control Board in California
- Casinos in California
- Non-Tribal Casinos in California
- American Indian Casinos in California
- Other Gambling Establishments
- Our California Slots Community Facebook Group
- Payout Returns in California
- Annual Progress in California
- Closing (1:07:06)
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