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10 Hours of Baccarat In 1 Day

Discussion in 'Comps' started by alexb7, Feb 29, 2016.

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  1. alexb7

    alexb7 MIA

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    So I'm going to Vegas again 3 weeks. I want to try flat betting Player at $25 min baccarat table for 10 hours in a row. How much comps would that generate?
     
  2. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    That's awesome. Thanks! It says I will get a buffet if I'm lucky. $187 theo so all I have to do is get $20 worth of drinks each hour and I'll be making money
     
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    JRRestoule Low-Roller

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    Baccarat has a really low house edge so grinding out comps at $25/hand will be slow. You'll get back end comps at roughly 35% of theoretical. So about $60?
     
  6. notfromconcentrate

    notfromconcentrate Low-Roller

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    My $0.02 here is that since you're flat betting player only, you're going to be seen as more of a seat-warming comp moocher than a gambler. If 100% of your plays are on the player hand, the casino has a very good sense of what they stand to make off of you. By comparison, if you were varying your bets and somewhat arbitrarily deciding whether to bet on player or banker, I think you'll get a lot more love.

    Based off of what style of play you're describing, you will literally do better by buying in for $1,000, waiting for a streak to bring you up three wins for a net chip total of $1,075 and coloring up, pocketing the $75 and using it on something at your discretion. You'll save yourself hours upon hours of play as well as the possibility of an eventual banker streak that might bury you.
     
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