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Discussion in 'Comps' started by Toobs, May 24, 2016.

  1. Toobs

    Toobs Tourist

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    I gambled 3900$ Thursday thru Sunday all on table games at the Luxor and a week or so later I log on to my mlife account and see they have my win/loss at -800$? Does this happen often? I figured with the 3900$ loss I would have some decent comps coming my way but not now with only an 800$ loss on record.. Sorry if this isn't posted in the right place:
     
  2. NewOrleansSlimm

    NewOrleansSlimm Low-Roller

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    ive been through this a few times with CET and as recently as April 3rd, lost a bunch of money one night and was playing between $500-$800 each spin on roulette, pit boss put me in for a $211 average bet, when i found out I contacted the pit supervisor, she checked the computers and made a few calls probally to the eye in the sky confirming everything..she turns and says, you said $500-$800, is $650 average bet better...I said sure is, took total rewards a month before they corrected everything but they did do it

    it was a screw up that if I didnt catch would have resulted in 900 tier points instead of the 9000 after the correction
     
  3. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    The amount lost at that level doesn't really mean much for comps. What matters what was the average bet, how long, and which game.


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  4. Toobs

    Toobs Tourist

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    Black jack and I'd say 25 average bet 5 hours a day
     
  5. sharper

    sharper Low-Roller

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    I had a situation similar at Golden Gate and didn't do anything, mostly because of embarrassment. I've never asked what my average bet was because I'm a red to green chip player. I was at the golden gate with some friends playing at a $5 table. I was flat betting $5 for about 10 minutes when the table started going well. I did my progressive betting system where after every winning had, I added $5 to my bet. If I lose, I go back to $5 and start again. Fast forward to 24 hands later and I finally lose. My last hand I bet was $115.

    I keep playng since by this time, even losing $115 on the last hand, I'm up big. I start betting $15-25 a hand. 2.5 hours later I thought "I've played a decent amount here and I may have a decent average for a downtown property and for me." I asked the pit boss what my average bet was for the session. Her response: "$7 a hand." My friends started laughing at me for asking so I just walked off. It was a $5 table and I bet $5 for maybe 10 minutes of the 2.5 hours I was there. Kudos to you OP for following up. I just slunk off in shame. This was in March and I haven't heard anything from them in the way of offers.
     
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  6. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    Win loss calc at table games should be based on your buy in vs. color up at end of session. If you don't color up, then I'm not sure how they calculate it. Sounds like they missed something.

    Comps are mostly based on bet size and time though. It's possible for them to have your avg bet rating correct and your win/loss incorrect.
     
  7. h0und10

    h0und10 Low-Roller

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    That is what they use to give comps. not how much you won or lost. But either way I would say there might be a problem. When you get up and leave I always ask what my play was rated at so I can deal with any issues right there. That would generate quite a bit of comps downtown though!
     
  8. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    The theoretical loss which is what they base comps on would be pretty low at this bet level.


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  9. makikiboy

    makikiboy VIP Whale

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    I had a slight problem with Boyd on my march trip. They rated me as having winning sessions on the crap tables so wondered why I was taking out more markers. I did win some but lost more but they had me as having a winning vacation. I told them that it was incorrect, I wasn't winning but I don't think they bought it. I have a feeling my LOC limits might be going down because of that on my next trip.
     
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  10. DeMoN2318

    DeMoN2318 The DERS

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    Were you squiring away chips? Did you carry chips between tables?
     
  11. Nmacrh

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    I am replying to the response above. Does your buy in on the craps table really affect your theo in the eyes of the casino? I always thought it was simply your bets x time.