mwalz9
mwalz9
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August 21st, 2019 at 1:13:54 PM permalink
Anyone here familiar with the Lucky North Players Club (Delaware North) and how their rating system works?

I play craps at a local casino 4-5 nights a week for an hour a 2 per night. They usually ask how much I bought in for and how long I played to determine my points.

I know their website says:

"$10 Table Wager = 1 point"

I usually buy in for $200-$300, but the other night I noticed when I bought in for $700, even though I didn't increase my normal betting amount, I received way more comp point that night. My tier is now Sapphire and I'd like to get to Diamond. Any idea what I need to do? You think just buying in for a larger amount even if I never risk it would help?

Thanks in advance!
FleaStiff
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August 21st, 2019 at 1:46:06 PM permalink
Quote: mwalz9

. They usually ask how much I bought in for and how long I played to determine my points.

I noticed when I bought in for $700, even though I didn't increase my normal betting amount, I received way more comp point that night.



notice is the key word.

If you buy in big you get noticed and remembered. A prompt toke bet will cement their impressions. Their generosity increases when they see your potential, that's what got you those 'extra' points.

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