BW21
BW21
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January 13th, 2016 at 8:58:51 PM permalink
How comfortable are pit bosses with wonging in during the select red light periods that pay 2 to 1?

I was there 6 months ago and the red light came on for 3 mins about once every 30 mins. Not bad about 10 to 15 hands at a 2 percent edge.
mcallister3200
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January 13th, 2016 at 9:57:15 PM permalink
10-15 hands is a gross over-estimate of what you will get in the three minutes I think, probably closer to 5 hands . It's usually a 50-60% cut and semi crowded so there's going to be a shuffle sometime during the 3 minutes on a DD, especially coming in midshoe. Do they still pay 2:1 on the 6:5 shoe games in that pit during the light? Even if so I'd guess 10 hands is high (that's 200 hands/hr), especially since you'll likely miss first hand, may have to buy in, etc.

Anyways, probably depends on the size of your bet, but here's a recent post a player who likes to tell others how they should play made on another site regarding wonging CC DD........

" Unless your goal/approach is to bomb away at 2D games and get in 10 minutes at a time before you get tossed out, the moves you did are idiotic at best.

I saw the whole thing from the moment you were "back-counting" to when you wonged (in-and-out), to then being chased by suits and security as you went to the cage after they told you you were being trespassed. I wouldn't be surprised if you gave them your id. SMH.

There's reasons why 2D games are burnt, this is one of them"
BW21
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January 14th, 2016 at 10:45:04 AM permalink
I meant 10 to 15 hands per hour not per light cycle. It looked like one to two other players were at the table most of the time.

Another point it isn't really back counting because you would be just waiting for the light. I think at low black level action it would be tolerated assuming you hit and run occasionally. Camping out would be a likely back off.
Last edited by: BW21 on Jan 14, 2016
teddys
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January 14th, 2016 at 11:44:11 PM permalink
Would you get backed off if you spread table min to table max?
"Dice, verily, are armed with goads and driving-hooks, deceiving and tormenting, causing grievous woe." -Rig Veda 10.34.4
mcallister3200
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January 15th, 2016 at 5:29:48 AM permalink
Quote: teddys

Would you get backed off if you spread table min to table max?



Try and let us know?
I would, but too busy keeping up with the kardashians.

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