Broken link?Quote: SanchoPanza
24. Boyd reserves the right to determined that anyone who is deemed in the sole and absolute discretion of the Boyd management to be an “advantage player,” to be ineligible to participate in the Promotion or Drawing, or to have his/her ability to participate in the Promotion or Drawing otherwise limited. Any such “advantage player” who is already a B Connected member prior to the commencement of the Promotion or Drawing may be notified by Boyd prior to the commencement of the Promotion or Drawing of any such ineligibility or limitation determination. Otherwise, any such “advantage player” will be notified by Boyd of any ineligibility or limitation determination as soon as possible after such determination is made. An “advantage player” is described as a skilled or knowledgeable player who will find legal ways to gain mathematical advantages while gambling. Latest version of Boyd "Rules"
So if you play their 100.76% DW well enough, you could get refused a promotion opportunity?
I would guess that even if you played that game poorly you would be designated as an AP if it is the only game you are playing regularly.
Eh, not really... because then you're not really an Advantage Player. Maybe an opportunist, but a gambler first.Quote: onenickelmiracle
Advantage players can also be degenerates and compulsive gamblers.