Linq to SQL Left Outer Join Help

I have  

Dim query = From pl In dc.Places
                        Join rp In dc.RoundProps
                        On pl.Id Equals rp.PropId

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I need all records in Places with no matching records in RoundProps.

Any ideas ?
WatersideAsked:
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Ryan ChongCommented:
How to: Combine Data with LINQ by Using Joins (Visual Basic)
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb918093.aspx

so try this if this works?

Dim query = From pl In dc.Places
                        Join rp In dc.RoundProps
                        On pl.Id Equals rp.PropId into t
                       from rp in t.DefaultIfEmpty()
                       where rp Is Nothing

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WatersideAuthor Commented:
It doesn't like 'into T'  end of statement expected
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
This line of code

On pl.Id Equals rp.PropId into t

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should be
On pl.Id Equals rp.PropId into t = Group

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WatersideAuthor Commented:
I'm still getting the same error with t= Group
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi Watersider;

Try running this query. It should work as long as pl.Id and r.PropId are not Null / Nothing.

Dim query = From pl In dc.Places            
            From rp In dc.RoundProps.Where(Function(r)  r.PropId  = pl.Id).DefaultIfEmpty()
            Where rp Is Nothing
            Select pl

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