100xOdds
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December 31st, 2021 at 4:26:55 AM permalink
Here's an idea to differentiate a casino from others:
In a small section of slots/vp in their high limit room, advertise all slots are 94%+ and all vp is 99.5%+.

But charge a x% cover charge for playing, payable from comps only.
so if the cover charge is .5% of play and you have $100 in comps, then you can play $10000 coin-in.
You still get points towards your card tier but not comps in this section.

What do you think?
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December 31st, 2021 at 4:44:22 AM permalink
I think gaming control will find a way to have a problem with the structure.
May the cards fall in your favor.
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December 31st, 2021 at 5:56:30 AM permalink
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I think gaming control will find a way to have a problem with the structure.
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Why?
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December 31st, 2021 at 6:13:50 AM permalink
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I think gaming control will find a way to have a problem with the structure.
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Why?
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Off the top of my head, comps don't go in the drop, the state doesn't want RFB (much less a shopping spree at the time-bracelet boutique) in lieu of tax, requiring comps+cash to play the game restricts access by the public, and probably some things I haven't thought of.

As long as you can play for just cash without a players card, most of those concerns probably go away.

Decrementing the comp/points account for each game is a problem. Not incrementing it would not be a problem.
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December 31st, 2021 at 8:47:52 AM permalink
I think Nevada law might prohibit charging a cover for gambling. I say this because a few of the clubs I'd go to in Henderson and Vegas would waive the door charge if you said you were there to gamble. I don't know if it is a regulation or just a custom that clubs observe. I know in one club, a security guy followed me to the bar and observed me putting $20 in a machine, but still gave me the stink-eye as if I was taking money out of his pocket.
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December 31st, 2021 at 9:46:45 AM permalink
Many years ago in the UK casinos were legally run as clubs which you had to join (48-hour rule). Most didn't charge but a few did, either to apply or an annual membership.

On the continent I've had some charge for entry, but I think some of these may allow one to join, presumably aimed towards locals.
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December 31st, 2021 at 10:04:36 AM permalink
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I think Nevada law might prohibit charging a cover for gambling. I say this because a few of the clubs I'd go to in Henderson and Vegas would waive the door charge if you said you were there to gamble. I don't know if it is a regulation or just a custom that clubs observe. I know in one club, a security guy followed me to the bar and observed me putting $20 in a machine, but still gave me the stink-eye as if I was taking money out of his pocket.
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Unfortunately, that's not true anymore, an establishment can get special permission or a special license, I don't know exactly what it's called, but it allows an establishment to charge a cover to enter their property, even if they have gaming.

When I was clubbing frequently, we almost never got charged a cover if they had gaming, and we got to skip the line. The Beach in particular since they also had a sportsbook.

There were a few places like Pinkies and Hurricane Harry's that were charging a cover, but I gladly paid their cover since they gave you coupons when you paid that included valuable 4 of a kind coupons.
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December 31st, 2021 at 2:24:49 PM permalink
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Unfortunately, that's not true anymore, an establishment can get special permission or a special license, I don't know exactly what it's called, but it allows an establishment to charge a cover to enter their property, even if they have gaming.

When I was clubbing frequently, we almost never got charged a cover if they had gaming, and we got to skip the line. The Beach in particular since they also had a sportsbook.



Correct, the venue must petition the Gaming Board and get approval. I believe the last place to do it was Playboy Club at the Palms. If a regular bar or casino tries to charge you they legally can not if you plan to gamble. I have got into many bar Super Bowl parties for free based on this.
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January 1st, 2022 at 6:29:15 AM permalink
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Here's an idea to differentiate a casino from others:
In a small section of slots/vp in their high limit room, advertise all slots are 94%+ and all vp is 99.5%+.

But charge a x% cover charge for playing …

What do you think?
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I think those payouts are about average.

What’s the point of paying to play them when the payouts are no better than can be found elsewhere?

I mean, don’t some casinos already advertise payout in that range, or higher, in some parts of their floor?
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January 1st, 2022 at 7:47:38 AM permalink
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Quote: 100xOdds

Here's an idea to differentiate a casino from others:
In a small section of slots/vp in their high limit room, advertise all slots are 94%+ and all vp is 99.5%+.

But charge a x% cover charge for playing …

What do you think?
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I think those payouts are about average.

What’s the point of paying to play them when the payouts are no better than can be found elsewhere?

I mean, don’t some casinos already advertise payout in that range, or higher, in some parts of their floor?
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not in Atlantic city pre-pandemic
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