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Two People One Card

Discussion in 'Comps' started by TrunksFull, Dec 11, 2013.

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  1. TrunksFull

    TrunksFull Tourist

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    My girlfriend is not a big gambler but sometimes I will give her some money and she will sit and play with me. If I give the pit boss just my card and buy the chips and then we both play, will I get rated for all the play. In other words if I play 100 and she plays 100, will I get rated with an average of 200?
     
  2. VegasDave

    VegasDave Addicted

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    I believe you would have more of an impact if you bought in for one amount all together and just let her lay bets with the money as well. Not sure if they would rate u for her play, or if they even can.

    If you want a way to show each others progress, there are two rows to put chips in for every section, just divide them up in front of one person and only play out of one of the rows each.
     
  3. littlepiggie

    littlepiggie VIP Whale

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    Depends on the casino. If u ask theg will combine the bet sometimes. Last weekend at cosmo i asked if they could comb8ne mine and ny wifes lwt it ride and they did. We were both playin 10 on each spot and 10 on 3 card poker and 1 on bonus so i got rated at 42 instead of 21
     
  4. Grid

    Grid VIP Whale

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    Was told no at Monte Carlo a few months back when the wife and I wanted to combine on my card playing Caribbean Stud. She said she cant combine and if the wife plays alone she cant use my card. On slots its a no brainer but tables they can be pricks about it.
     
  5. TrunksFull

    TrunksFull Tourist

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    Thanks for the insight. I was skeptical and it seems rightfully so.
     
  6. AceTen

    AceTen Low-Roller

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    You should bet for her, but let her sit in front of the action. Then it's two hands, but you're being rated for both.
     
  7. LV2GAMBLE

    LV2GAMBLE Low-Roller

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    I think it depends on where you play. We were in Vegas last week and one of us got a platinum card and they asked how many card do you want? That surprised me, (because at the Indian casinos around here two people cannot play on the same card at all....we learned the hard way..OOPS) so I asked if we can both play on that same card at the same time. We were told we both play slots but not both play at the tables at the same time.
     
    Always seems so far away............
  8. Taking

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    My wife and I always play on the same card at Blackjack and it has never been a problem. The pitboss at Aria told me its just in the computer as playing 2 hands.

    I know for sure this is the care at Aria, MB and Cosmo.
     
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