I've been reading some of the uber-moneyed trip reports from guys like natedog666 and jillyfromphilly and have been loving reading about the high-roller action. They mention a lot about Average Daily Theo loss (ADT) as it relates to comps which makes sense but I also know when I've spoken to hosts or the players club desk they often quote me back my Average Bet (which is obviously related to ADT). Which matters more? Logic would dictate ADT should be all that matters because that is what the casino is expected to make off of you. But what if you drastically REDUCE your average bet but INCREASE your ADT by playing longer? Does that work in your favor for comps? For example lets say jillyfromphilly normally bets $1000 per hand at blackjack for 4 hours per day (I know he bets more than that but just for simplicity). Again for simplicity lets say they assume 1% house edge on BJ and 100 hands per hour. His ADT would be: $1000 * 100 * 4hrs * 1% = $4000. Now lets say he is bored and just wants to get drunk and mess around and sits down at a lower limit table playing $50 per hand for another 4 hours as well that same day. His expected loss this session would be: $50 * 100 * 4hrs * 1% = $200 So his ADT is now $4000 + $200 = $4200, it increased but his AVERAGE BET decreased to ($1000 + $50) / 2 = $525. So would the casino increase his comps since his ADT was higher than usual or decrease them because his Average Bet was lower than usual? Assuming his comps technically increased because of his higher ADT would it still nonetheless "look bad" for him in terms of his rating? In the above example would he be better off not getting rated during his lower limit session? Appreciate any responses.