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Table players at CET outside of Vegas

Discussion in 'Comps' started by ChitownVegas, Sep 14, 2014.

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  1. ChitownVegas

    ChitownVegas Tourist

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    I know, I know, you don't chase comps!

    MGM properties are miles away from me and a CET property is right down the street. I consider myself more of a table player than slots. I like BJ and roulette. But I keep hearing that making tier above gold is hard strictly playing tables.

    I'm just curious to know how much of a handicap we have, if any?

    Is it ok to ask pit managers how we are being rated/how many points did we earn? For roulette I normally find myself at $10/$15/hand tables. For BJ, I normally play $15/hand. I went to the high limit room and found no $25/hand tables, they were all $50 and up, so I found myself a $10 table and played green chips about about an hour or so.
     
  2. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    At that play level it is going to be tough to get platinum or diamond unless you are going on a weekly basis. CET doesn't release tier earning formulas for table games. The bigger issue you need to worry about with CET is ADT. Having a strong ADT is much more beneficial then getting a higher tier in terms of comps.
     
  3. ChitownVegas

    ChitownVegas Tourist

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    Thanks! I do wish the Chicago land area had a MGM property near by.
     
  4. leo21

    leo21 VIP Whale

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    Grand Vic is MGM but it's not part of Mlife. I don't know how easy it is to convert their players program into anything for Vegas. Ameristar's program is linked to Mlife. They tier match but I haven't gotten any real offers because it.
     
  5. Gamesman

    Gamesman VIP Whale

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    You won't get rated much playing at those levels. It's not the game, it's the average bet. You can make Platinum playing $25 average per hand in BJ. I'm strictly a table games guy and will likely hit Seven Stars next weekend. I know many guys who are Seven Stars and only play table games.
     
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