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Old 08-22-2018, 02:45 PM
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gambling log

In my gambling log I have start$, end$, and the net win/loss for that session.(simplified version). I also list my jackpots that occurred in that line item/session. I can't get my head around this. I reported all of my w2g's on taxact where I was told to. Now have to add other winnings and losses.
So my question is for example:
Monday start$=400 end$=700 Win=$300 for that session. However in the middle of the day I won $2000 and got a w2g but blew thru it. How do I report that?
Tuesday start$800 end$3000 Win=$2200 but again I won $2000 in the middle of that session.
Seems like I'm double reporting if I include the +$2200 net session win AND the w2g for $2000.
Should I subtract jackpots from the end cash for that day?

see here:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zv...XO48xw2pmfH28s



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