Thank you for the data. On the Club One portal, you can only see your comp dollars rounded down to the nearest dollar. What appeared to increase by $8 could actually be an increase of anywhere from $7.01 to $8.99. I have been using a highly educated estimate of an earning rate for comp dollars with Club One to be 5% of theo. There's no way that Circa/D/GG is as sophisticated and surgical as Cosmo with tracking close-to-exact hold for VP based on the exact game you are playing. If so, then the hold being counted by the casino for the game you were playing -- 8/5 BP (0.83% actual hold) -- would have been in the range of 2.5-3.3 percent. We may as well call it a machine hold of 3 percent, and speculate that they had been reduced from 4 percent at some point. That wouldn't surprise me for four reasons: That's approximately the average hold of the games available at the D. D/GG/Circa really don't focus on delivering "decent" VP unless it is strategically positioned in a way to draw you in and keep you at the property enough to eventually spend money out-of-pocket. (Notice how you have to walk through a decent amount of the D to get to those juicy progressives at the Vue Bar, unless you went up the escalator outside. Entering from downstairs, the less astute player more likely would have settled for the dreck VP at the Longbar.) They already disallow the use of free play and the earning of tier credits on machines that feature their "best" games with the progressives (including at GG). Those games can't be played at a fast enough rate of coin-in for the typical player to soak the casino for lots of comp dollars. The typical walk-up to the Vue Bar is either going to camp out for hours chasing the progressives or is going to pay cash for drinks and then immediately step away (or might sit down for a bit, but still paid cash for drinks). Casinos, for the most part, like to deal in nice round numbers. If true hold were being counted as the machine hold for the 8/5 BP progressive, then they would have to be giving back 15-20% of theo as comp dollars. Even counting the machine hold as 2% would mean a comp-dollar earning rate of 6-8 percent. Based on meticulous tracking of my own play on other games within the family of properties (as recently as last month, additionally including decent enough amounts of both slots and blackjack), there's just no way it's that high. 5 percent of theo as comp dollars has been a consistent estimate, and the nice round number just makes sense. I would consider it an excellent play to be getting at least 3.5 times as much in comp dollars than you "should" due to the machine hold being at least 3.5 times as much as the actual hold of your game of choice. When you add in the value of the points earned, your $5500 of coin-in earned you just over $13 and would have been just over $7 if the comp dollars earned were based on actual theo -- which was about $46. The progressive reduces the house edge a bit, but I won't entirely account for that here. Points and comp dollars should have shaved the house edge down from 0.83% (and a bit less with the progressive) to about 0.7 percent, but in reality, you got it down to about 0.58 percent. I estimate your per-person rate of play (I presume you always play two people on one account/card) to have been about 550 hands per hour. You had previously mentioned typically doing about 5 hours of play per person per day for a cumulative VP coin-on of about $7k per day -- all at $1.25 total bet per hand for single-play. You definitely get the hours in. Your offers are fair.