Deck007
Deck007
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May 17th, 2014 at 10:13:20 PM permalink
Buy $1000 NN chips per day. Get extra $50 free slot play. Get 10 casino points.

Wash NN chips at baccarat by betting $50 on player and banker at the same time. Theoretical loss is $27 so for no commission bac you probably lose $25.

Take cash for slot when win and should cash out $45. Net you win $20. Not counting you can book a casino room for 20 points per night.
geoff
geoff
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May 17th, 2014 at 11:27:33 PM permalink
It's unlikely that a casino will actually allow you to wash the NN chips like that. Beyond that if you are a non-actual AP it's not bad. Having to give up your ID and being rather recognizable for $20 isn't worth it.
kewlj
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May 17th, 2014 at 11:47:32 PM permalink
I think I would play it a little differently. Playing blackjack with the NN chips would return a theoretical 996.10, for a loss of $3.90 and the slot play thru VP should return $49+, for an expected profit of $45. Might even spread 1-2 playing the blackjack which would push that to break even or better, instead of the $3.90 loss.

The issue then becomes is it worth 50 bucks a day to give up my identity. If this casino was one of my regular rotation blackjack games, probably not, otherwise, yes.
rainman
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May 18th, 2014 at 12:01:19 AM permalink
I AP the SDX now thanks to kewlj lol.
Deck007
Deck007
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May 18th, 2014 at 12:48:09 AM permalink
Quote: geoff

It's unlikely that a casino will actually allow you to wash the NN chips like that. Beyond that if you are a non-actual AP it's not bad. Having to give up your ID and being rather recognizable for $20 isn't worth it.



I have seen bets like this. But to wash the NN chips you really need to play with a partner.

If another player ( your partner) at the other end of the table on a crowded table is betting the opposite hand all the time there is nothing the casino can do about it.

And you wash the chips in 20 rounds or less if you bet more than the table minimum. So if you bet $200 a hand you would be done in 5 rounds.
Deck007
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May 18th, 2014 at 1:02:32 AM permalink
Quote: kewlj

I think I would play it a little differently. Playing blackjack with the NN chips would return a theoretical 996.10, for a loss of $3.90 and the slot play thru VP should return $49+, for an expected profit of $45. Might even spread 1-2 playing the blackjack which would push that to break even or better, instead of the $3.90 loss.

The issue then becomes is it worth 50 bucks a day to give up my identity. If this casino was one of my regular rotation blackjack games, probably not, otherwise, yes.



The casino would not allow NN chips to be played on BJ.

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