Casino gambling expert, Steve Bourie, gives one easy tip to increase your players club benefits. Topics covered include: how casinos calculate your expected Average Daily Theoretical loss, how to increase your comps and freeplay benefits without betting any extra money, why you shouldn't always use your players club card and more!
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Hi. It’s me again 😁Im in Vegas every couple of months (I live close, San Diego). Most of the time, the host will cómp whatever I charge to my room. On the RARE occasion that I leave Vegas a winner, they will not do it. They say “you won this trip”. Yeah, but what about the last 10 trips that I lost thousands. Oh and one more thing I’d like to point out. Anyone here that plays at CET properties, make sure you deplete ALL of you points before asking for comps. One time they agreed to waive all of my charges at the end of the trip, when I went to my local Harrahs a couple of weeks later, I tried to use my points and I had none.
People only lose like 10% of their bets on slot machines, really? Maybe it's just me, but on the few occasions I've seen people playing anything(I don't frequent casinos often), they always seem to leave completely broke.
I mean, if you didn't know any better you would think the goal is to lose all your money, it's only then that most people leave.
Yes. Average loss per visit. You have to be careful, however, as to what the casino considers a "visit." If you just use your players club card anywhere in the property, and don't even gamble, some casinos may consider that visit a gambling session and give you a zero for play on that day. Most casinos are not like that, but I have heard that some will treat any visit to the property where your card is used (perhaps to pick up a gift, or get a comped meal?) as a gambling visit for determining your average play.
I was told that casinos dont watch the money you spend but the length of your visit because not everyone uses their card ALL of the time. So it wold be bad to play multiple times a day every day? Say for instance I played 20 on my card in the AM and 20 in the PM. How do they know I havent gambled 100 in between?
Your offers should improve. If you gave the casino $100 in "theo" action six days a month that would equal $600 for the month, but you would still be considered a $100 player by them. If you gave all $600 in one day, you would still only give the casino $600 in action for the month. However, they would probably now consider you a $600 player and increase your offers. Also, if you have a spouse, don't play on both cards on the same trip. Just use one. Then on your next trip do the same thing with the other card. You should both be able to increase your offers this way as you are basically doubling you theo for each trip.
Hey thanks for the fast reply. After watching several of your videos I have decided to take one day a month to play instead of 5-6 times a month. We'll see how this effects my rewards. Thanks for all of the info. I will be switching to video poker also.
They wouldn't know if you didn't use your card. However, you should always use your card so that you earn benefits for your play. The only exception is if you will only be playing briefly. Casinos average out the amount you bet on each of your visits and base your comps/benefits on that number. If you put in a very short play you would be lowering your overall average.
Can we get a plain answer here by chance? I am going to use slots as an example here as they give the best comps and that is exactly what this video is about... Assume we are using the exact same bankroll and going to just 1 casino, is it better to spend 1 day at the casino betting $3.00 a spin or is it better to spread out the bankroll over a few weeks betting $0.40 a spin? It sounds like you're saying spending 1 day at the casino and going big is the best option.
Sorry, but I do not know how the Mlife program works. However, usually, your play at one property in a group only counts towards that one particular property. That means that you should put all your play in at one MGM property rather than playing at several different MGM properties, if you are playing on the same day. Otherwise, if you divide it up at several MGM casinos you would be lowering your ADT for each property.
Its about the randomness of the jackpot and the rush you get from an unexpected win. Thats the joy you get from slots. I go to a casino to play slots. I dont like going to a casino with the intention of working stressing at a card table trying to make money. I go for the pleasure and enjoyment as well as the cognitive therapy slots give me. Now you can understand.
There are forms of poker in the casino that are way more volatile than slots... Blackjack only gives the house less an edge over 500,000 hands and you would only get to that point if you were actually getting the cards you need.. Video poker is just as volatile as regular slots.. It amazes me that people believe BJ and Poker are free from 1. Human conditions while gambling and 2. believe they can create some kind of AP from "strategy" play.. LOL They remind me of those people that watch the "Must pay by" slots. Gambling is gambling at the end of the day.. not matter HOW you slice it.
I've never understood the appeal of a slot machine. They are mindless "games" where you simply hit the button for another spin, and they have one of the highest house edges of any of the games in the casino. To me the most entertaining games are real poker, video poker, and blackjack.
hey everyone I recently received an offer from Rio for 3 nights free + free entry to a 75k black jack tournament. I play blackjack, I'm about average, I play often but not a big better. can anyone tell me how these tournaments work and tips for winning? thanks in advance!
The strategy for blackjack tournaments is different from regular blackjack because you need to end up with more chips than your competitors, rather than simply beating the dealer. This means it is very important to know how much to bet on each hand, plus you may sometimes need to deviate from basic strategy. Do a search on "blackjack tournament strategy" for tips on how to play.
Regarding your number 2 advice, what about casinos that are owned by the same parent company and which use the same player card? (Example, all the mgm casinos on the strip use the same "m" card). In that case is the amount played calculated per casino still, or across all casinos where you used that player card that day?
+The Lowmein The answer is, per casino, so follow his advice, and try to minimize your number of properties you visit. Ex ample, if you visit downtown LV, you will find 3 Boyd properties. Pick Main Street, California, OR Fremont, but dont go card in at more than 1 location.
People always ask me where I am staying in Vegas ... I always answer ... the best free casinos. I play pretty modest amounts at the casinos (mostly because I play at so many locations ... so, my play is split). Boyd is excellent at comping rooms. Older resorts ... but clean and spacious ... and often a great casino floor.
On a video poker machine you can tell what the game is programmed to return by looking at the paytable. Different paytables have different mathematical returns. You can read more here - http://www.americancasinoguide.com/video-poker/basics-of-video-poker.html
What about casinos that are owned by the same company, such as CET properties in Las Vegas? Is it best to gamble only at Harrahs or could you venture over to Caesar's and not have a negative impact on that number?
It's calculated per casino even within one company. So if you gamble at Caesar's and Harrah's (or Flamingo, Bally's, PH, Rio, Quad, Paris) in a single day then you now have 2 "days" and not 1 (which would hurt your ADT). It's better for comp purposes to stick with one casino in their 6am-5:59am day than to jump around.
+june201955 In less competitive markets there is far less comp marketing in general, as it is not needed. When you literally have over 90 different casinos, and eah and every grocery store, and convenience store has vp, and slots, then you see the situation the LV casinos are in. If I drive to the single casino I want to visit on my day off, I stop for gas, and there is video poker, and slots. I go to the store, and there is a slot room. There are just too many machines, so the LV casinos have to comp as part of their marketing.
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