Low rolling for hours is better than high betting for a few hours? I am going to give some examples here and I would like you to let me know who would get the most comp. I am going to give 5 examples with player a, b, c, d, and e.... There are 5 players (Player A, B, C, D, and E) and each player brought only a hundred dollar bill to play in that particular casino except for 1, which brought $400. Cosmo is going to be used as the example because you sound like you are familiar with the comp system there. Not sure how much coin in it is per spin though, but hopefully you get the idea and can answer the question to see what comp each player would get depending on length of play of a single hundred... Player A: $100 lasted 1 hour (lets say $5 per spin) Player B: $100 lasted 2 hours (lets say $2 per spin) Player C: $100 lasted 4 hours (lets say $1 per spin) Player D: $100 lasted 8 hours (lets say, 50 cents per spin low roll) Player E: $400 lasted 4 hours (lets say $2 per spin and not winning) Which player do you think will get the most comp and what do you think they will get just by looking at the hours and how long a hundred dollar bill would last. I added in player E just to see if more money spent in a certain amount of time would help comp offers if not winning. Sometimes we cannot find a machine that will not let us keep playing and have to keep putting money in. Goal for me though is whatever I put in to last a long time and not take take take. I usually bring at the most $400 with me to casinos and anytime I get bad trips where not much pays and not much points, offers always hurt and go down. On good trips if I can last a long time, I get better offers.