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CET Tier Credits and Reward Credits for Table Play

Discussion in 'Comps' started by pphold, Jul 25, 2014.

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  1. pphold

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    The casino let you know the COIN in for Tier points but what about for table play?

    How many Tier points is 4 hours at $100 average or even $25 for 4 hours or $50 for 1 hour?

    Just wondering????? I


    Just wonder if anyone out here has any idea?
     
  2. Gamesman

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    I've read that you can use dollar amount times three, times hours played. However, I think this may vary based on skill.

    Then again, it could be totally wrong.
     
  3. chess

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    I'm willing to bet Hunter knows.....
     
  4. Chuck2009x

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    People have reverse-calculated MLife Tier Credits for table play several times and it's been consistent, and it's similar to what you get on slot machines. It's much easier to do the calc for table games at MGM properties because the Tier Credits update so fast. You can finish a session, and within an hour or so, your TCs are updated. It much easier to get a reading because it's easy enough to wait an hour and not do any other activity that will "pollute" your TC total.

    It's much harder to do at CET properties because they only update Tier Credits daily. So let's say you do a timed craps session and you get your rating and # of hours from the box, and that's the only table play you do that day. When your Tier Credits update the next day, you'd have to separate out TCs earned from hotel spend and slots.

    Obviously it's not impossible, but it's enough of a pain in the ass that I don't recall anybody ever having posted a number here for CET.
     
  5. meyers67

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    Actually, for CET, they also do the calculation immediately. But it does take a day or so to check it online. If you want to know immediately how many tier credits you got at the tables, just go to a slot machine in the same casino and put your card in the machine. It will tell you how many credits you earned that day. You just need to make sure they signed you out. That may be immediate or take up to 15-30 minutes.
     
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    I still do not know what the TC earning rate is for table play, but if I play $25 ante on UTH, rated at $150 per hand, I get around 300 TCs, give or take, in a two to three hour session. So, in my experience it is closer to TCs equals your Average bet, times hours played.
     
  7. Kickin

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    It depends on the game of course but for blackjack we've found that it works out to around 1.5 to 1.6 TCs per hour * avg bet. So 4 hours @ $100 would earn around 600 TCs. This is for the good BJ games at least, not sure if its different for 6:5 or other variations.

    Its actually similar to MLife. Since 1 CET TC ~ 10 MGM TCs and at MGM it works out to around 15 TCs per hour * avg bet. Since overall TC earning rate for table games at MGM is around 30 TCs per $ theo I bet CET is around the same at 3 TCs per $ theo for any game.
     
  8. pphold

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    Thanks KickinChicken

    I'm going to do a 1 hour session at !00 and see I'll get my points total before I start and afterwards and see.

    I try BJ, craps and Baccarat and see if they are rated differently.
     
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    Let us know what you find out for each of those games.
     
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