While at roulette, spoke with the dealer and the pit boss. It was slow and only me and my friend playing for about an hour or so.
According to that roulette pit boss:
1) The chips are RFID with various functionality depending on the game.
2) Craps and roulette and carnival games do not use any of the functionality. But the pit boss expects it will eventually be used there.
3) I can confirm from my experience that the chips were not logged to me or used to generate my color up in any functioning tracking system. When we cashed out at the cage, the cashier physically walked over to the roulette table to confirm our chips. There was no automatic notation in her system.
4) According to the pit boss, the system is working at blackjack tables to log bet sizes. This is stated to be done for the purpose of accurate ratings. Apparently you place a bit in the betting circle and the system can automatically figure out what you bet. No need for the pit boss to enter it. Iím sure the casino thinks it will act as a counting deterrent also. I didnít play BJ there so cannot comment on any experience with the system.
5) According to the roulette pit boss, the functionality is currently highest at high limit baccarat area where they track bets, cash ins and cash outs (so it does more than they use at blackjack). I didnít play over there so cannot speak to any experience there.
Hopefully the above helpful for triangulating.
Also @deMango if he reads: the crapsless table let you buy the outside (and extreme outside) with numbers and pay vig on win. Got to love that variance and low house edge from buying the 2 and 12.
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According to the roulette pit boss, the functionality is currently highest at high limit baccarat area where they track bets, cash ins and cash outs (so it does more than they use at blackjack). I didnít play over there so cannot speak to any experience there.
Correct at Baccarat they are tracking chips to the player, tracking bet sizes and payouts, and tracking time, all automatically. The system is buggy and makes mistakes routinely that the pit bosses must override.
In general, you must go to Roulette, Blackjack or Baccarat and PLAY for a period of time and do your own experiments to know exactly what is being done with those electronic chips. It is misguided thinking to believe that you'll get to the bottom of these sorts of matters without going down to the casino yourself and PLAYING.
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I donít mind. Itís actually a good song. I wasnít familiar with it. I am now. It seems like I am winning whenever they play this song. Actually, I am winning most of the time no matter what song they are playing, but during this one particularly.
Wonder how the Grubhub person is chosen for this location?Quote: MDawg
This might belong additionally in the thread on Casinos robbing customers, and "The fees!" thread, but this is what $105. will get you via their room service app at Resorts World. From our stay last week.
Each dish comes in a fabricated container, and isn't very much food. Yes, it's comp'ed, but so what?
the fees added and outrageous prices drive you to leave a minimal tip for the GrubHub delivery agent, who is just going up and down the elevator anyway, not driving anywhere.
or are there a few of them just hanging out in the lobby, frequently refreshing their Grubhub app and hoping to Snipe a delivery order?