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Comps at Caesars?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by RiddickBull, Apr 13, 2013.

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  1. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    I was considering playing baccarat at Caesars. I really like their baccarat lounge, as there are 40" plasma screens tracking the shoe.

    Are the room comps at Caesars better than Mlife (mainly Aria, Bellagio)?
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    no. and read Natedogg's TR for info about Bacc at Caesars. there's a reason nobody does.
     
  3. BlueSkadoo

    BlueSkadoo VMB Sweetheart

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    But that table is so big and pretty... and they have the glass bottles of Voss water. That has to be worth something?
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Are the comps better at Caesars. All depends on play level, but for mid to upper level, MGM does better than CET. Some might say even at lower level.

    As to room comps - are talking just getting a room, or a suite?
     
  5. RiddickBull

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    Both, regular rooms and suites.
     
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    Next month, I'm going to be playing some Bac. I'm staying at Monte Carlo, but I'm debating about where to play between MGM, Aria, and Bellagio. I'm only playing for 2-3 hours at $1,000 a hand. Only one session.

    It's my cousin's money and he's going to decide between Banker and Player. However, I'm going to cash in, sit down, and place the bets. He's going to tell me how much and what to bet. He's not from the states and is not going to be making a players card. So I'm giving my player's card to redeem the points.

    Based on this, regarding future offers, where should i play? Aria, MGM, or Bellagio. I love the Aria rooms but I what the best future offers.
    I'm only playing 2-3 hours total at $1k. It might not change my offers at all, but if it does...
     
  7. RiddickBull

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    Are you playing 1k per hand or 1k total? At 1k per hand, you will get future offers from any place. Your play on bac is based on the amount of shoes played rather than the total hours. I would recommend Aria or Bellagio. Aria is connected to MC which is about 5 minute walk. I will be at the Aria next week playing bac.

    Good luck.
     
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    I'll be playing 1k a hand.
    Which of properties will give me the best future offers? room, some f/b?
     
  9. RiddickBull

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    At 1k per hand, you will get future offers from any casino including Aria and Bellagio. Your offers will also depend on your previous play unless you do not have a history.
     
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