Theoretically... The longer you play at a table game, the more comps you earn. If I take longer with my decisions at a blackjack table, or play the silly drunk to slow the game down, or lament over how I should split my pai gow hands, I could conceivably play less hands per hour, thus losing less money, but adding to the time on my play. Similarly, at a craps table I could be one of those players who has to arrange the dice just so, blow on my fingers, rub the felt, etc., and add 15-20 seconds to each roll of the dice. If you made a concerted effort, you could probably turn a 5 hour session into a 6 hour session just by "playing slow." In each session you would see the exact same number of hands total, but you get an extra hour of comps by slow rolling. Do you see any pros/cons in this theory (other than it being hella boring and people thinking you are a huge delta bravo), and how bad would it have to get before the house said or did anything about it?