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Your manager is 100% correct and you are 100% wrong. Bets are bets - there is no such thing as a hedge reducing the house edge or t-win. In this case the player is generating 1.43%*100 + 1.24%*100 + 7.61*2.50 = $2.89 for the house in t-win, period.Quote: Gueedo1
Thank you - if I bet $100 on both the player and banker and $2.50 on the dragon bonus wager which will hedge the player bet when the dragon hits then what would you give me as an average bet since I am are only risking $2.50. My Mgr says you should rate them at the full $202.50 that you have in action. I had to disagree with him since comps and cash back is based on average bet and time played.
Thank you for your response.