Doc
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May 25th, 2012 at 9:38:56 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

By the way, I have never used a pop-up on my sites.


Never having done so just might reduce your need for that concealed carry permit. Pop-ups can be really, really annoying.
PapaChubby
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May 25th, 2012 at 9:44:08 PM permalink
Looks like a great deal, which I may have to exploit during my visit next month.

Quote:

9. Limit of one redemption per participant in the “Win for Losing Rebate Program”.



I assume this means that I can participate in either the video poker rebate or the table games rebate, but not both.

So let me make sure I've got this right (it was probably discussed extensively in another thread that I didn't read)...

I buy in at a blackjack or Pai Gow poker table for $1000. Play at maybe $50-100 per hand. If I win, maybe $500, I leave a happy winner. If I lose, I won't leave until I've lost the full $1000. Then the casino will give me $300 in promotional chips. I can play these at maybe $25 per hand. On average, I'll win $150ish real cash back while I use up my promotional chips. Then, if I return in 9 months, the casino will give me another $400 in promotional chips, which I ought to be able to turn into another $200ish. (It is unlikely that I'll return more than once within the ensuing year.)

If I leave a happy winner on day 1, can I come back on day 2 (more than 24 hours later) and run through the whole scenario again?
winmonkeyspit3
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May 25th, 2012 at 9:48:51 PM permalink
See my post. My interpretation of the term "promotional chip" led me to believe that you would have to use your rebate as a single chip, which kind of sucks. I may be wrong however.
RogerKint
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May 26th, 2012 at 12:15:57 AM permalink
Quote: PapaChubby



If I leave a happy winner on day 1, can I come back on day 2 (more than 24 hours later) and run through the whole scenario again?



According to rule 12 the loss must occur within 24 hours of sign up.
100% risk of ruin
QuadDeuces
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May 26th, 2012 at 12:31:19 AM permalink
Wow. I knew habitual procrastination would pay off someday.
JB
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May 26th, 2012 at 12:57:36 AM permalink
I hope this promotion lasts for at least 19 more weeks - and that video poker counts as a "slot" for this promotion.
RogerKint
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May 26th, 2012 at 12:58:18 AM permalink
The pop-up only occurs when you scroll over the "comment" tab on the right side of the page or the "quick info" tab on the bottom.
100% risk of ruin
QuadDeuces
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May 26th, 2012 at 1:53:37 AM permalink
I might do this with someone tomorrow. My plan is $25 Bonus Poker, cashing out at +$3000 or after any 4OAK or higher.

If there's a loss, put it through the 25c FPDW.
PapaChubby
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May 26th, 2012 at 4:06:31 AM permalink
Quote: RogerKint

According to rule 12 the loss must occur within 24 hours of sign up.



OK, that's clear. It was late and I was tired.
JohnnyQ
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May 26th, 2012 at 4:08:02 AM permalink
Quote: RogerKint

The Palms has matched The Riviera's 1,000 dollar slot loss rebate for new members. This is a great trend for players new to Vegas slot clubs like myself.

This rebate is also applicable to table games.



Unfortunately I already have a Players Card there also.

And I see that the Las Vegas Advisor newsletter has
caught up to the RIV promo, and with all that publicity
it may or may not be around when I return in late
July.
Like the castle in its corner In a medieval game; I foresee terrible trouble And I stay here just the same

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