Steve Bourie, author of the American Casino Guide, gives details on how to take advantage of player's club benefits at casinos for slot machine and video poker players. Topics include: how your play is tracked; how to earn cash and comps; how to calculate a casino's cash back percentage; why a lower cash back rate is given to video poker players; how to redeem your cash as "free play"; different types of casino comp programs; and much more!
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Concerning about long term EV, I think I should never use a card no matter playing single deck or 6 deck. Even though the single deck comps are really attractive. Thanks you very much! If I got barred by MGM Grand at Las Vegas, i also can't play at Grand Sierra at Reno no matter I use card at Grand Sierra or not.
If you aren't concerned about being barred from a casino then I say you should do it. If you don't play with a card and they ask you to stop playing, or to leave the casino, there is no record of your identity. However, if you are playing with a player's card, under your real name, there will be a record of your identity and you could be permanently banned from entering that casino, as well as any other casino owned by the same company.
Ideally, you would want to use a player's club card when playing blackjack to earn benefits. However, you probably need to play for several hours before you could earn anything. The problem is that the longer you play, and the bigger your bets, the more closely you will be watched. Some players prefer to do a "hit and run" where they visit a casino and only stay for a short time. They wait for a good positive count, make some big bets, hoping to win quickly and leave before being discovered.
You can't lose money if you are given free play and cash it out after playing it through one time. However, unless you keep playing the casino will stop sending you the free play. It may take a few months, but the amount of free play they send you will be less each month and eventually it will stop unless you keep playing.
with the free slot play I put it in and every time I hit on it I cash out I get what I hit for so if its 1 dollar or a 100 I hit cash out it works I might have 1 or more cash slips but I have there money in hand and don't risk losing it. Two weeks ago I was sent 100 in free play from maryland Live and did the same as Above and walked out with $150 of there money using this system some times i might only get a buck or so but if you hit cash out every time you hit a winning combo
The value of the free play is equal to the expected return on the game you are playing. If penny slots, the expected return would be about 88% of the face value. If 9/6 Jacks or Better video poker, the ER would be about 99.5% Of course, there is a lot of variance, especially if the free play is a low amount, but you can use those numbers as a long-term expected value of the free play.
I've never understood why they value free play at so little - I think I heard from the Wizard, although I can't find it, it was as low as ten cents to the dollar. Surely its price to them is 90+%. I mean, granted, the majority of patrons probably keep at it after they've run it through - but weren't they pretty much going to anyway?
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