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Ashlyn
09-02-2006, 10:28 PM
Well bored as hell, off I went to the casino in Ajax. It's smaller than I expected.and if you are the type to play the coin slots you may actually have to wait for machines. I choose the 5$ machines with a minimum of 100$. I spun and spun and spun some more. Rounding my 18th credit I DID IT. I hit the JACKPOT. Now here's the thing I gamble alot. Not like addiction wise, but I do like to go out and enjoy myself. I often visit both Niagara casinos and fort Erie as well. Being 6 months pregnant I really have no desire to drive all that way so I just went locally. After winning my first ever jackpot (i lose alot but still have fun) we went for a bite to eat at the resturant, very reasonably priced and yummy! All and all a good day. I would repeat lol


That's it for my first ever review........a shame it was'nt a service review, but money takes a good second!:cool:

wooky530000
09-04-2006, 12:26 AM
Damn I didn't know they had a casino in Ajax, whereabouts is it? I'll have to pay a visit sometime.

BottomsUp
09-10-2006, 10:53 PM
Jasmine, you should check out Seneca in Niagara Falls NY. Have had good success there. Its quite nice but not over the top. People there are friendly. Its right across the Rainbow Bridge. Never any hassle with border crossing, and seldom any lineups, since its not a truck route.

As far as slot payoffs, the higher the denomination the greater the payout %. i.e. the $100.00 slots have the highest % and the pennies have the lowest.

Only downside is they withold tax of 30% of your winnings if a handpayout exceeds $1200.00.

da246
10-01-2006, 12:31 AM
Wow I didn't even know there was a casino in Ajax.

I love testing my luck in craps once in a while, it's a very fun game! So I stick to the casinos in Niagara mainly. I wish some of the closer casinos (woodbine, ajax etc.) would expand beyond slots.

papasmerf
10-01-2006, 08:13 AM
That's why the rest of the world laughs at this american bull crap... :p

Not an American Casino

It is owned and operated by the Seneca Nation. The Casino is not located in the US. Rather it is located on lands owned by the Seneca Nation.

sweetdaddyc
10-01-2006, 08:53 AM
Not an American Casino

It is owned and operated by the Seneca Nation. The Casino is not located in the US. Rather it is located on lands owned by the Seneca Nation.
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It may be on Seneca land but the IRS is collecting heir BLOOD money
The government always gets their share

papasmerf
10-01-2006, 09:14 AM
Not an American Casino

It is owned and operated by the Seneca Nation. The Casino is not located in the US. Rather it is located on lands owned by the Seneca Nation.
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It may be on Seneca land but the IRS is collecting heir BLOOD money
The government always gets their share


Me thinks you should check into that
also as a not US resident you will find that you can have the money refunded if you file for it.

BottomsUp
10-02-2006, 09:01 PM
Not an American Casino

It is owned and operated by the Seneca Nation. The Casino is not located in the US. Rather it is located on lands owned by the Seneca Nation.

The Seneca casino in NF is considered to be in U.S. They have to be located on a reservation not to be considered U.S. and have the IRS collect their 30%. The NF casino is right downtown. And, yes, Canadians can get a full refund by filing a 1040.