It is a cassette-sized, metallic lock-box that allows the user to deposit gambling winnings through a tamper-proof slot. It will accept both bills and casino chips and cannot be opened without a key. It is effective because winnings remain in the lock box until the user opens it with the key at home.
The Winners Bank200 can hold as much as 20-25 bills. Just make sure you fold the bills in eights and put it in the same way. You can also fold two bills at once and deposit it.
Yes. The chip feature was specially designed for table games players (i.e. Blackjack and Pai-Gow).
The WinnersBank200 can accommodate 5-7 casino chips by themselves (given no other monetary units in combination with the chips).
That is one way to manage your money. Color up (change your chips to higher value chips~ five $5 chips to one $25 chip) and put away to the 'don't touch' pocket. This is fine if you really have the discipline not to take it back out and gamble with it. But as you know, many of us are ambidextrous and that chip is coming back out. With the Winners Bank200, once you put away the casino chip/chips, you are insured to go home with it.
What's the use of putting casino chips in there if I have to come back to the casino to cash them in?
It's better to come back to the casino with some chips compared to losing all your chips. This feature is optional and was designed to be able to put away some chips while winning. We've all been there where we were winning tons of chips because the dealer kept busting, but then the dealer got hot and we ended up losing all our chips. I recommend following the Money Management for Winners on the back of the slide card, so that you won't lose all your money in one session.
I'm a Poker Player and unlike Blackjack and Pai-Gow, you can't take chips off the table. Do you have an advice?
We don't expect you to break the rules and "rathole" the chips. Our advice would be if you are winning, take your cash that's in your pocket and put it away into your Winners Bank200. That way, if you end up losing your chips in front of you~ whether by bad beat or bad play~ you'll still have money instead of losing it all. If you continue winning, put away more money from your pocket into your Winners Bank200. After your session is over with a win and you cash your chips in, put your money in the Winners Bank200 right away to prevent losing it back in other casino games.
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This product comes with a 90 day warranty against manufacturer defect or failure (shipping & handling not included). If you are not completely satisfied with your new Winners Bank200, simply return it, postmarked within 10 days of delivery, for a full refund (shipping and handling not included). Click here for return policy and instructions.
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If gambling is causing a problem for you or someone you know, help is available. Call the 24-hour confidential Problem Gambling Helpline 800-GAMBLER (426-2537) or 800-522-4700 where a professional counselor can provide you with information and resources available to you and your loved ones in your area. The California Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1986, dedicated to assisting problem gamblers and their families by promoting awareness, education, research, prevention and treatment for problem gambling. CCPG is one of 36 state affiliates of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG).
The Winners Bank200 is not the answer or solution to a gambling problem; it is a helpful tool that promotes responsible gambling.
It will help the gambler control of their gaming dollars. When used properly, the Winners Bank200 can make a difference by giving the gambler a consistent flow of funds or gambling budget. Once the gambler establishes their budget they are on their way to becoming a responsible gambler...
If you are concerned that gambling may have taken over your life, then the following questions may help you find out:
The more you answer 'yes' to these questions, the more likely you are to have a gambling problem.
Some do and some don't. In fact, California's Indian gaming tribes have recognized the potential for problem gambling ever since the first compacts were signed in 1999, and they have contributed significantly to efforts to fight problem gambling.