Paco, what's the one-sentence explanation for the Maccau profits? I assume it's MUCH higher average bets. I doesn't seem to be hotel or restaurant revenue, and considering the low number of slot machines I don't know if there can be that many more total players either...
and they fund a consortium that sends someone to play with your money. So they play a negative expectation game as an investment.
Maybe they just watch the game and record the decision and use that information to overcome the house edge.
Thats why Macao is doing so well with fewer visitors than Vegas. They lose lose lose..
I am still trying to figure out if Paco is a person or an internet search engine .
I am still very confused by all of this. I know a lot of players bet very largely and end up busting their bankroll, but all players combined have an unlimited bankroll so wouldn't the casino only make 1.xx% per bet in the long run (more if player is stupid enough to bet the tie)? I believe this is correct as someone previously explained that a slot machine with 100.00% payback would not profit from players busting their bankroll in the long run.