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table comps?? Mlife

Discussion in 'Comps' started by eber91, Jan 17, 2015.

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  1. eber91

    eber91 Tourist

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    every time I go to vegas I usually play around 600-700 (yea not a lot) but its usually 1-2 day trips. Anyways every time I sit down (mostly BJ and 3CP) I present my Mlife card and they take and "input it in the computer" but it never reflects on my Mlife account, it does reflect the little I play in slots though, any tips or can anyone tell me what Im doing wrong??
     
  2. DeMoN2318

    DeMoN2318 The DERS

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    Not playing enough...

    Both BJ and 3CP are super low HA, so you are generating tiny amounts of theo
     
  3. eber91

    eber91 Tourist

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    I see. wow that's good to know maybe I should focus a little more on slots, to build up some comps. Thank you
     
  4. bedaniels

    bedaniels Low-Roller

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    Try dice or pai gow
     
  5. Hobofrank

    Hobofrank Prime Minister of Idiocracy

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    if you're playing for comps, slots get more
    basically any high HA game > craps, bacc, BJ

    sports book and Poker get exactly nada, zilch...because neither one risks the house money much
    more like movie one players money over to anothers
     
  6. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    When did 3CP become a "super low HA" game???
    As far as table games go, I think it's one of the highest (aside from LIR/MSStud)
     
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  7. DeMoN2318

    DeMoN2318 The DERS

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    Doh, you're right, I read it as PGP...my bad
     
  8. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    LOL, and truthfully, PGP doesn't have a low HA...just a slow pace with a lot of pushes...so the casino rates low on it.
     
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  9. Big Tip

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    NOOOOOO!

    Don't play for comps! It would be cheaper to pay for stuff then to get a portion of what you lose on slots back as comps.
     
  10. ademarco6

    ademarco6 Tourist

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    Exactly! Play to have fun and not to chase comps. It is a vicious cycle for your wallet. Wait until you get the win/loss statement at the end of the year.
     
  11. Harry Lyme

    Harry Lyme Low-Roller

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    My advice as a low bankroll table player who still gets free rooms and sometimes more, from both CET and MLife? Don't abandon the better odds table games for slots, just pad your bankroll slightly more for slot and (good) VP. Take your time at the tables, enjoy the breathers that even fast(er) paced games like craps allow, take breaks and play slots and VP, make show bets if you are so inclined, and when you're up take care of "the boys". Let the comps come to you, don't go to them. Yes, you'll usually get squat, but paired up with a good crew and appreciative box person and/or pit boss can sometimes get you some nice numbers
     
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