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Dedicate my play to....?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Dynasty22, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. Dynasty22

    Dynasty22 Low-Roller

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    So I'm leaving for Vegas next week. This will be my 1st trip out in a long time...long enough that I wasn't of age yet to gamble since I last went. I actually turn 30 next month lol. Anyways, at my home casino I have an average bet at $500 per hand per hour for roughly 6-8 hours each time I go...sometimes higher. Actually last time my average was $2500 but that was one of the more ridiculous sessions I've ever had. And this is all at blackjack. I know buy ins don't matter so I won't go there. I'm currently comped at PH through a front end comp. I guess my question is, which properties would I be benefitting more from my given play? CET-MGM-Wynn...etc. I know part of it is what's more important to me when it comes to rooms versus f/b and such. Rooms are important to a certain extent. Basically I'm wanting to know where I'd be getting the most bang for my buck for my level of play. Let's just say $500 a hand for an average of 4-6 hours a day to keep it simple. Thanks in advance!
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    To clarify - are you looking for
    - comps for the current trip mostly?
    - comp for future trips - how often will you be going to Vegas?
    - is your home casino affiliated with any vegas casinos?

    Anyways - you will need to give some decent play to PH to cover your comp and maybe some back end meals.

    If you spent a day at one the MGM properties, you would be on their radar for future upfront comps with that play.
     
  3. Dynasty22

    Dynasty22 Low-Roller

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    Not necessarily for this upcoming trip but I know I'll play enough to cover this upcoming trip. Just for future in general is what I was asking about. I won't go near as much as the majority of the people on here seem to. I would say at least one trip a year at minimum but most likely 2-3 depending. No my casino is not affiliated with any Vegas properties. The host that got me setup for the front end comps was due to him contacting my host at my home casino.
    I was just wanting to know which properties I would get more notice/comps from playing at my level.
     
  4. spdandpwr

    spdandpwr Low-Roller

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    I feel like CET is good for small time players and whales, not the best for middle of the roaders, as I call them. Honestly V/P seems the best for your play based on what I've seen from the offers my brother gets
     
  5. Its Only Money

    Its Only Money Low-Roller

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    If you plan to play 6 - 8 hours a day at at least $500 per hand you should be pretty good at most places on the strip for future rooms at least. You are generating between $1000 and $1500 in theo a day. That's about $300 - $400 in comp per day you should be earning. You can go from there to figure out where you think you should park your play depending on your needs and wants.
     
    I need one more trip to up my frequent flier level
  6. Dynasty22

    Dynasty22 Low-Roller

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    Alright thanks! I always just read that some properties were better towards there table game players than others. So just wanted to be sure I was playing at the right spots that would get some attention