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Wynn Baccarat

Discussion in 'Comps' started by RiddickBull, Feb 25, 2013.

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  1. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    I wanted to play at the Wynn Baccarat high stakes room (either Encore or Wynn). What is the table minimum? If I play $100-200 per hand, will I get much comps at the Wynn? I plan to play 4-5 shoes per day at this rate.
     
  2. dragon7

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    When I stayed there a month ago the minimums in the high limit room started at $100. I saw at least 4+ tables at this amount day or night. The tables right outside the high limit were $25-$50. The high limit room hardly ever had any players in it though. Every time I went in there to play it was almost empty so I always stuck to the outside tables.

    The only offer I got from them was one free night with the purchase of another. No other comps were given or offered. I played Bac there 4-6 hours a day at a $50 min table(around $100+ average).
     
  3. StormHawk

    StormHawk High-Roller

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    Are all of the $25-50 tables Mini or Midi? Is there even big table in the HL salon?
     
  4. dragon7

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    The outside tables were all mini. I never played in the HL room but the one time I walked thru and saw a player it was a midi table($100 min).

    It seemed great if you like to play at a table alone as a majority of the tables were staffed with dealers but no players. The Encore was completely empty my entire stay. Not one person playing in the high limit area or the outside tables.:Þ It was right before the Chinese New Year though, so maybe that had something to do with it.
     
  5. DMSCR

    DMSCR High-Roller

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    The three/four high limit tables at the Encore range from $100 to $1000. The two in the front range around $100 to $300 depending on foot traffic and time of day. The other two in the back are from $300 to $1000. The supervisor on duty will lower the table minimum if it is not high traffic.

    On the Wynn side high limit is $300 and up. $100 can be found at the four low limit tables during busy times.

    I am exactly in your play limit and number of tables per day. The only comps I get is $109/night and probably $100 in food credit. I don't average four hours a day of play that is for sure. Maybe you play longer and Wynn will probably give you more. Best I can say after your stay talk to a casino host to see what he and she can do for you. For me they would probably laugh in my face yet doesn't matter. I am there to win chips!
     
  6. Naturaleight

    Naturaleight High-Roller

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    Does Wynn/Encore have a big Baccarat table?
     
  7. UKFanatic

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    On the Wynn side, I don't recall seeing one in the main HL area when I last sopped in there a couple months ago. Of course, there could always be one in a back room
     
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