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$1 VP at Aria and Wynn

Discussion in 'Comps' started by johnvic, Dec 6, 2018 at 5:12 AM.

  1. johnvic

    johnvic VIP Whale

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    My guess is that the answer is, a drink, but here's y question.

    Will playing $1 Max Bet VP at Aria and Wynn get me any comps? Maybe offers?

    Also, two of the games I'm looking at Wynn, FP JoB and FP BP, are listed in the High Limit Room. This is on vpfree2. I am not a high roller, but I can bankroll some $1 VP. Is it nicer in the high limit room?
     
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    If you play ennough, then yes, you will get room offers.

    And the Wynn HL slot room is nicer and quieter than the main casino floor. I'm not trying to sound flippant, but were you expecting a different answer? I only ask because I feel like I'm missing something in the questions you are asking
     
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    Wynn has a lot of full pay $1 games. Strong value there.

    Wynn does not comp bartop drinks, though, so if you want to play bartop, go elsewhere.
     
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    You will have more success at Aria.
     
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  5. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Keep in mind the FP dollar BP and JoB games are not single line games either. Well, unless you're willing to torture yourself by playing spin poker on the center line only.

    If that's the case, you might want to bring post-it notes to cover the top and bottom lines! Lol
     
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  6. dankyone

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    Aria quotes $60,000 in coin in per day for a room comp. About half that will get you future room offers.

    It’s pretty easy to do on their 3/5 line $1 machines. I only remember 8/5 Bonus there at the $1 level, not 9/6 jacks.
     
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  7. johnvic

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    Thanks all.
    I'm confused about Spin Poker. Is it simple line or multi line?
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Spin poker is a VP game that looks like a penny slot display. VP strategy is unchanged.

    I play it at the bar at GS Tunica a lot.

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    You can play anywhere from 1 to 9 lines and bet 5 credits as line.

    The center line is line 1. All 15 card slots will be displayed though even if you play 1 line. Hence, the post-it note suggestion so you wouldn't see the lines you didn't bet if you just bet 1 line.
     
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    I never play spin poker because I don't want all the distraction of the spinning on multiple lines. That post-it suggestion is sooo good! I'll have to try it next trip.