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Baccarat Rating...

Discussion in 'Comps' started by deuceswild, Mar 11, 2016.

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  1. deuceswild

    deuceswild Newbie

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    Hey Folks, first time poster here on the forum.

    I'm an above average (In terms of wager amounts) baccarat player. I'd say my average bet at my local casino is about $3600 a hand (Canadian). The casino is not affiliated with any Vegas Casinos and I'm curious to know a few things, but let me first explain my scenario.

    I plan on flying down to vegas sometime this summer for approximately 4-5 days, maybe July, and sending a large amount of money to a casinos cage to gamble with. I have only stayed and gambled at the Cosmopolitan (Approximately 4 years ago) and It was all new to me then. I had arranged everything from a host locally, but found that it was a major headache when trying to get any sort of comps taken care of while I was in LV. It took me about 2 days to find the right host and by that time my trip was half over. Im just curious to know which major casino (If that is a thing) rates baccarat players well? I've been pondering this question and my curiosity got the best of me. When I stayed at the Cosmo the host had me rated at $2800 a hand at 8 hours a day and I would be lying if we were not taken care of handsomely. But I did not like the Cosmos Casino and found it to be rather small. IF anyone could give me some insight, my curiosity would greatly appreciate it. Cheers.
     
  2. pleepleus

    pleepleus 2016 - The monkey is back

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    That's a solid average bet. Just a heads up, Cosmo has changed quite a bit in 4 years. They have added some more baccarat tables and expanded Talon room upstairs. Some members would say that the ratings at Cosmo are a little bit off. People have reported closer ratings at MGM, Wynn and V/P.
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    If you play at the same level you did a few years ago ($2800 avg. bet, 8 hours a day), you will be well taken care of wherever you stay. So I wouldn't worry about it. Just play at whichever hotel you most want to stay at and after a couple bac shoes at that level, tell the pit supervisor that you would love to speak with a host about your play. Hell, there may already be a host standing there waiting on you. Every Strip hotel will welcome your business
     
  4. alexb7

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    How much is the large amount of money? You should negotiate a loss rebate. Go to The Venetian or Wynn at that level of play.
     
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