I was a Valley Forge Casino this past weekend. On Friday night, I was in the casino for about 11 hours. i played a lot of craps and a few other games with a few breaks in between for food and drinks, and had my best night in memory. I cashed out for last time at about 4AM. i was exhausted, and since they stop serving booze at 2AM, i was starting to get a little hungover. Embarrassed to say I had a few more drinks than I probably should have. So, as I thanked the cashier and stepped away from the cage to head to my room, I was surprised to see a security guard in my path. "Sir, would come with me for a moment?" Jarring. Alarming. Did they think I cheated somehow? Were they taking me in the back to beat me up or chop off a finger? Was I about to meet Joe Pesci? Well, no actually. We took a few steps to the security station, and he said "did you drop a hundred dollar bill at the bar earlier?" I replied honestly "not that I'm aware of, but it's not impossible." "I think you did." Another guard held up a $100 bill. "One of our staff found it under a bar stool at a video poker machine and turned it in. Surveillance went through the tapes and tracked it back to you." I said "I did play some video poker, but that was several hours ago." "That's right," he said, "they had you there last at 10:22." The other guard handed me the bill. It seems wildly inappropriate to tip a security guard (I think?), so all I could do was thank them profusely.