Can anyone shed light on how CET properties may reward Ultimate Texas Hold'em play? It seems to me like it could be a relatively efficient pathway to earning Total Rewards comps. With skilled play, the house edge is approximately 1.15% of your initial Ante and Blind bets [the "Trips" bet is optional and has a higher HE]. However, the key word here is "SKILLED." Based on what I've seen at my local casino, most players make numerous errors which greatly multiply the HE. Therefore, it seems like I may be able to play with a 1.15% HE and get rewarded as though I were playing a game with a much higher HE. Do CET casinos differ much in how they reward UTH and other table games play? Do the casinos attempt to assess and record the skillfulness of UTH players' decisions? It seems like a more difficult undertaking than assessing craps or blackjack skill.