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How does a tournament player cash those Giant Checks???


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It would be funny if you could take a giant check to the bank as legal tender :P ... I wonder if the players get their smaller checks in the mail, or is the smaller check ducktaped to the back of the huge one... haha :)
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It would be funny if you could take a giant check to the bank as legal tender :P ... I wonder if the players get their smaller checks in the mail, or is the smaller check ducktaped to the back of the huge one... haha :)

They're perfectly legal checks.

You can write a check on a napkin if you want.
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It would be funny if you could take a giant check to the bank as legal tender :P ... I wonder if the players get their smaller checks in the mail, or is the smaller check ducktaped to the back of the huge one... haha :)

I suspect they have some form of direct deposit or wire transfer.
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Iacas is correct; you can write a check on a napkin if you wanted to. You need to write in your bank's routing number (ABA#), your account number, and a check number (these are the numbers you see at the bottom of your checks).

However, I'm not sure those giant checks have that information on them. If they don't, then they are not legal tender. If they do, then you are good to go.

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