I don't think I have a seen a question like this anywhere on the board so here goes. Knowing that casinos are looking for 4 hours a day of gaming, are they looking for you to play that time on one game? Most people post that they play a particular game @ $$ for XX hours over a trip. I probably put in 6 plus hours a day gaming but I am all over the casino. A day's gaming for me includes some $25-50 BJ, $25-50 pai gow, $10 3CP/LIR, $.25-1 VP, video BJ, $.25-1 WOF slots and possibly any other slot that catches my eye as I walk by. I have even sat down at an UTH slot. I'll play $10 craps if I'm with friends (for some reason I prefer the buddy system when playing craps) betting pass line and place a few numbers. I may not play all of those on one day but it's a pretty sure thing I'll play at least 3 of them. So how does the casino rate that? Do they combine my table play and average it out? How do they combine slot and table play to rate you? I think I get good offers. I can't remember the last time I payed for a room and now I'm starting to get very modest FP offers, resort credit and comp show tickets. So I'm not really looking to score more comps (unless y'all think I should). I'm really just curious as to how the casino rates someone like me as opposed to a strictly BJ, slots, VP player.