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Vegascash2
11-05-2011, 12:19 PM
Question---- I am going to use an $100 free table voucher tomorrow at local casino , never used one before so.... 1) if I win, do I receive $100 or do I get the $100 for the voucher plus the $100 for the win? 2) the voucher says it is good for an even money at a table game only , would that include the red/ black on roulette? 3) and finally, what would be the best play for this voucher?

paperposter
11-05-2011, 12:24 PM
Question---- I am going to use an $100 free table voucher tomorrow at local casino , never used one before so.... 1) if I win, do I receive $100 or do I get the $100 for the voucher plus the $100 for the win? 2) the voucher says it is good for an even money at a table game only , would that include the red/ black on roulette? 3) and finally, what would be the best play for this voucher?



if you play bj you bet 100 and win you get 100 thats all if you loose you get nothing .i assume its a free play not table match

Chuck2009x
11-05-2011, 01:02 PM
1) if I win, do I receive $100 or do I get the $100 for the voucher plus the $100 for the win?

No, you'd just get the $100 winnings. However, a few places do play-til-you-lose promos, in which you can keep playing on the voucher until you lose it.


2) the voucher says it is good for an even money at a table game only , would that include the red/ black on roulette?

Yes.


3) and finally, what would be the best play for this voucher?

For a single bet, all you care about it whether it wins or loses. Based strictly on probability that your bet wins before it loses (not house edge):

Bet on Banker in Baccarat (50.1%)
Pass Line in Craps (49.29%)
Even money bet on a single-zero wheel in Roulette (48.65%)
Even money bet on a double-zero wheel in Roulette (47.47%)

I don't know if they let you use even-money promos on Blackjack, because a blackjack pays more that 1-1. Maybe they let you use it but only pay 1-1 if you get a blackjack. The probability of winning a resolved bet in Blackjack is about 48%.

paperposter
11-05-2011, 01:40 PM
i belive its good on bj but the wont pay 2/3 on a bj just 100 back thats the differnce becuase of even money

Auggie
11-05-2011, 02:04 PM
Question---- I am going to use an $100 free table voucher tomorrow at local casino , never used one before so....

You should mention the name of the casino, that way if anybody has specific experience with that casino they can provide specific answers.

1) if I win, do I receive $100 or do I get the $100 for the voucher plus the $100 for the win?

Usually you get the $100 you won and get to keep the voucher... but some might exchange the voucher for real chips or take the voucher away, thats why you should mention the name of the casino.

2) the voucher says it is good for an even money at a table game only , would that include the red/ black on roulette?

When you pick up the voucher you can just ask what games you can use it on. I've had some that have said "blackjack only" and others that detail all the bets you can make with it (IE: pass line in craps, any even money outside wager in roulette, etc).

3) and finally, what would be the best play for this voucher?

Again knowing casino might help with knowing their policy. Some casinos will say you can't make an offsetting wager when using a match play or free play so you then couldn't do something like put your voucher on red, put $100 on black and $3 on zero in roulette.

I would probably do the pass line in craps or one of the even money wagers in roulette (high/low, red/black, even/odd).

I wouldn't do blackjack - it has the worst odds for you actually winning your wager and then what do you do if you get a hand that you should split or double?

Vegascash2
11-05-2011, 02:25 PM
The casino is Horseshoe in Indiana.... Thanks for all the responses so far.... The voucher is a free table play coupon

mrstealth
11-05-2011, 06:23 PM
I just used 10 - $50 vouchers like this in vegas at a CET property there. They referred to the tickets as "gaming vouchers". Each voucher had to be wagered in full. I played them on blackjack and the way it worked was you placed the gaming voucher in the circle just like you would place your normal bet. If I won, they paid me my $50, and the voucher remained in place (play it until you lose). At the table I was at they paid even money for black jack on the vouchers.

I actually was quite lucky with the vouchers (Turned $450 free play into $800),

Good Luck!

Auggie
11-05-2011, 07:12 PM
The casino is Horseshoe in Indiana.... Thanks for all the responses so far.... The voucher is a free table play coupon

If its Total Rewards you might be able to get this in smaller denominations, not just one $100 voucher. I always take the free play (REEL Rewards) when they give me a choice but the offers I've had with table vouchers now all say I can get it in multiple denominations.

The vouchers will be play until you lose and you can use them on games like blackjack, craps, roulette, etc - where there is an even money bet.

And they will have a restriction where you can't make offsetting wagers (though you can try and have a friend make an offsetting wager when you play your vouchers).

wroberson
11-15-2011, 10:08 PM
I'm late, but re-read the voucher and see if it says, "match play", or "free play". Also look to see if you can take it right up to the cashier and get cash. I get all three in the mail. I've used many, and have easily let go 300 in cash, match play and free play.

Hope the voucher got you $100.00...