jc2286
jc2286
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March 2nd, 2012 at 12:06:04 PM permalink
Wanted to comment on a few different topics in this thread...

Re: Lay 4 of $60 being rated as $30.

Yes, casinos will rate this based on the opposite Buy position, and that's wrong IMO if you only pay vig on a win. On a Buy 4 $30, you pay $1 on 1/3 of the outcomes. But on a Lay 4 $60, you pay $1 on 2/3 of the outcomes. You pay 2x as much vig in the long run on the Lay, so you should get rated 2x as much (the full $60 on the Lay, and $30 on the Buy).

Re: $50 BJ player getting comped more than $50 PGP player.

Not true IME. Yes you get a lot more hands/hr out at BJ than PGP, but the house advantage on PGP is a lot larger. At my local casino, BJ gets comped ~10% of your bet per hour, and PGP gets comped ~14%. So a $50 player would earn $5/hr at BJ and $7/hr at PGP in comps.

Re: The presser getting screwed vs the flat bettor.

Depends on the pit boss / boxman. Some are more on top of things than others, and will account for the extra bets you're putting up. Some won't. Just another added layer of variance to deal with.
TIMSPEED
TIMSPEED
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March 2nd, 2012 at 12:22:19 PM permalink
LOL...
I KNOW FOR A FACT how I'll be rated (This casino uses rating "cards" and they use pencils, so they can erase! hahaha)
I've played a similar system before (No 4, No 10 for $70 a piece and got rated for $150; but I only played it like an hour because I was severely under bankrolled)
On the subject of BJ vs PGP rating...this casino would give me a $25 rate if I was a green chipper at BJ, however at PGP it'd take 5 hours rather than 4, to earn the same thing. (PGP is VERRRY popular and ALWAYS full even though they have six tables!)
Gambling calls to me...like this ~> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Nap37mNSmQ
WongBo
WongBo
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March 2nd, 2012 at 3:51:39 PM permalink
This is from Ask the Wizard #136

The following tables show the number of hands/tosses per hour in blackjack, craps, and roulette.
The source of the tables is Casino Operations Management by Jim Kilby.
Hands per Hour in Blackjack
Players Hands per hour
1 209
2 139
3 105
4 84
5 70
6 60
7 52
Rolls per Hour in Craps
Players Rolls per hour
1 249
3 216
5 144
7 135
9 123
11 102

Spins per Hour in Roulette
Players Spins per hour
1 112
2 76
3 60
4 55
5 48
6 35
In a bet, there is a fool and a thief. - Proverb.

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