Now that I think about it, I don't get charged any interest on my markers.
It's just a convenience to me.
And, of course, the casino knows I'm good for the money.
Otherwise they might break my legs.
Which is kind of a no win situation.
Most Vegas casinos will run a report with Central Credit each trip. If they see you have money out at other places above what is in your bank account they won't give you any more money, or if you want more than your leval of play warrants.
If you take out a marker and don't play. They will remove your credit line. If you win and don't pay it back before you leave, they will remove your credit line. If you lose you generally have a pretermined time to pay it back, 5k would be 2 weeks to a month ( Check with your casino). If you don't pay they won't break your legs, but expect a call from the DA.
I may be dumb, but I'm not that dumb.
That's why I limit my line of credit to $5,000.
That's enough for me.
And, I usually take another $5,000 in cash just to start with.
So, if I lose that and max out my credit line, that's $10,000.
And you're right. Each time I check in for casino credit they run a credit report.
And hey, I thought we were all friends.
We're only friends if you have the money, honey.
Kinda like a hooker.