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2/27-3/2 : Wynn for 3 nights & tracking spreadsheet

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by kramer99, Mar 5, 2015.

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  1. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    I like how you roll Kramer. I've got a spreadsheet with Average bet, game, HA and the expected Theo Loss and then expected back end comp based on 35%.

    At your level does Wynn throw you anything in terms of room offers? If things ever dry up at my home base the Wynn is on my shortlist of places to move over to.
     
  2. back to vegas

    back to vegas Low-Roller

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    Love the spreadsheet. I'm adding tabs to my planning sheet in Excel to mimic yours. Thanks for the great, easy way to track.
     
  3. Packer

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    Since we are talking about it... If anyone knows of or has a very detailed spreadsheet that calculates average bet, game, HA, expected Theo and then expected back end comp based on 40% and the rest would you share that with me? I would love to use it for this upcoming trip.
     
  4. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    I've got one on google drive. I'll PM you.
     
  5. Jet1085

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    Awesome Trip report! Nice to see fellow Aggies on the board! Gig'Em
     
  6. BayouBengal

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    geaux tigers!:þ
     
  7. scc31

    scc31 Low-Roller

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    So there's a good chance I'll try this same spreadsheet my next visit!

    Also, was the massage worth it? What did she get for $190? Looks the bundle of your trip was nearly paid off from winnings. Congrats!
     
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  8. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED Comps on my account, or blood on my knife.

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    Kramer,
    I'm interested in how you play craps...I see a $100 buyin on a $10 table...just $10 passline/no odds?
     
  9. Tbone3336

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    Awesome Report! Love the pics and will definitely look over the spreadsheet as an upgrade to my current one. Thanks again!!
     
  10. kramer99

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    I really don’t expect any further offers. To be honest I’m not sure how I got this one as I just signed up for the Red Card last Aug and had minimal play. I’m guessing I just got lucky with some sort of mass marketing offer or something.

    Gig ‘Em

    She got the 50min custom massage. Think it was $170 + the tip. They loved it and enjoyed the spa for a while before and after the massage.

    Only played pass line +odds, never any inside numbers. Always played odds & had at least $15 for odds bet and would vary it up to $50 at times. I realize by not taking advantage of full 3,4,5x odds I’m not doing myself any favors, but it can require a bit larger bankroll. For the most part the dice were nice and it allowed me to play for a while and even win with a small buy-in.
     
  11. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    Great report. Love the spreadsheet. Will also give this a tryout on my upcoming trips. I love tracking the stats. It informs so much.
     
  12. Joe

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    Hey kramer, just wanted to say thanks. My wife was using some crappy Apple downloads for her tablet. I sent her your link to the Google spreadsheet and then she also found docs and she loves it! If you hadn't posted, we never would have known about them.:thumbsup:
     
  13. Lanai18

    Lanai18 MIA

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    wow, you are organized. I am sure you closet is labeled and neat.

    great report
     
  14. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED Comps on my account, or blood on my knife.

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    Cool, thanks.
    I always felt "cheap" when I buy in a $10+ game with $100 and play just minimum PL with single odds...(I know it's the "best bet" but it just seems out of place at a crap table)
     
  15. macwjp

    macwjp Low-Roller

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    I think it comes down to personal likes and dislikes. my wife and I really enjoyed the show, constantly being amazed at the feats of athleticism being displayed more or less non-stop through the show.
     
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