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Is my comp typical?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by mikeyvegas1, Mar 22, 2015.

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  1. mikeyvegas1

    mikeyvegas1 Low-Roller

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    So just got back from a stay at Monte Carlo and I have an offer from mlife for 2-3 nights ( depending on the property) plus $50 resort credit and $40 in free play. I had 4 sessions about an hour long in blackjack betting around $10-15 a hand and 1 session over at Bellagio probably averaged $35 a hand for 2 hours. Also my wife and I played $80 ( $40 each) in video poker and we each used $50 free play from myvegas also for video poker, oh and $20 in regular slots. For the trip I ended down about $150 but a few times when playing blackjack I would color up my original amount and maybe some profit and just play with house money until I ran out. I looked at the tax documents from there website and they took a $75 profit and a $130 profit and called them $100 loss and a break even. Due to some other bad recording they had me at over a $600 loss for the trip. So what I am wondering is my play alone get me the offer or is it poor recording showing I lost more then I did get it for me?
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Those loss amounts will have no bearing on comps.

    The offers are based on the action you gave them.
     
  3. mikeyvegas1

    mikeyvegas1 Low-Roller

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    Sons 21st birthday trip
  4. mikeyvegas1

    mikeyvegas1 Low-Roller

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    I called the Mirage find out if the offer would be extended past July. They told me a new offer would be coming and that my play was only rated at $15 per hand for 2.5 hours and the offer was due to the loss they recorded for me.
     
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    Auggie Dovahkiin

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    An offer of 2-3 nights with a little resort credit and free play is a pretty standard basic comp offer from MLife, almost anybody can get that with a bit of play.

    So it'd be your play that got you that offer - no matter what actually happened in the end they look at how long you played and how much money you put at risk doing so.
     
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