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Marcusclark66
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July 4th, 2021 at 3:21:49 PM permalink
Superior and Suburb write up!

Marcus Clark
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Marcus Clark. Real Person; AKA MarcusClark66. *Professional Casino Security Expert. *Certified Company Firearms Instructor. *Certified Gaming Regulations Interpreter for Corporate Applications. *Tic-Tac-Toe Expert (Real Competitive Versions) & Mastering Chess. *Honorary & Official #1 Fan of the MDawg Adventures Club. *Mastering Cracking it. Bit-by-Bit, Piece-by-Piece Crediting Forum Members. *Certified Casino Property Entry & Exit Point Analyzer *Baccarat Winning Session Record: 11 out of 11 & 1 out of 1 Mini Session. Baccarat Losing Session Record: 2 Losing Sessions.
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July 4th, 2021 at 3:57:35 PM permalink
Quote: Marcusclark66

Superior and Suburb write up!

Marcus Clark
Real Person; AKA MarcusClark66
Professional Casino Security Expert
Certified Company Firearms Instructor
Tic-Tac-Toe Expert & Mastering Chess
Honorary & Official #1 Fan of the MDawg Adventures Club
Mastering Cracking it. Bit-by-Bit, Piece-by-Piece Crediting Forum Members
Baccarat Winning Session Record: 3 out of 3 and 1 out of 1 Mini Session



Definitely wasnít Rural. ;-)
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MDawg
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July 5th, 2021 at 10:52:13 PM permalink
One thing you will enjoy if you are into it is the fitness center at Resorts World Vegas. First rate.

Gradually, I understand that their restaurants will
1) start allowing direct (at the restaurant itself) take out beyond the rudimentary items allowed via the On the Fly GrubHub app;
2) add more items to the app for pickup or room delivery.
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AlanMendelson
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July 5th, 2021 at 11:19:02 PM permalink
"When chips are handed to you, according to the pit bosses, they contain a chip that then is set to record these chips as belonging to YOU and only YOU at the table. Supposedly if you hand the chips to another player at the table, the system alerts them and disallows it. (The reason a casino would not want that happening is, say, so that two players using one bank roll could bet together to defeat the table max.)"


Question for Mdawg.

If the chips pushed to you at your BUY IN are registered only to YOU, then what happens when you win chips and the winning chips are pushed to you? Are they registered in your name as well?

I thought that RFID chips served two purposes:

1. To verify high denomination chips.
2. To allow chips in a player's betting position to be counted automatically.

Now you're telling us that chips are linked to individual players during their stay? What a bookkeeping nightmare this must be?

Does the dealer say, "hold on Mr Mdawg while I scan these chips into your account"?
MDawg
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July 6th, 2021 at 9:55:11 AM permalink
Yes, that is what the pit bosses claim that as chips are handed to you whether initially or during a payout, that they are electronically assigned to you. Supposedly that space where you are playing which has your player number on it, keeps track of every chip you win or lose. I don't think it's farfetched to assume that this is the case, as the pit bosses are not tracking the win/loss or average bet so something has to be doing it.

But, again, as noted in my personal chronicle, after one massive win when I went to the cage to get a winning check, the cage initially declined to issue it because they said that the system was telling them that I had lost, not won. In that instance they had to verify manually the win at the Baccarat table with the pit boss, and only then would they issue the winning check. And then also, another time I walked straight to the cage with $900. in chips and was able to cash them as a sort of test, even with - at that moment - a marker still outstanding.

I think it would be fair to say that the electronic system does track all inflows and outflows of chips to an individual player while at the Baccarat table. I believe that once the player leaves the table, the RFID in the chips probably stops tracking.
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July 6th, 2021 at 12:27:36 PM permalink
Do you like RW more, less, or the same as the other high end casinos? (Bellagio, Wynncore, Venetian, etcÖ)

As far as the chips Ďbelongingí only to you, that makes no sense to me. If you are at a table with 4 other baccarat fiends, and you are not betting the same way, wonít you eventually get some of Ďtheirí chips and them some of Ďyourí chips?
MDawg
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July 6th, 2021 at 12:59:56 PM permalink
SooPoo you must have followed what I wrote previously. When chips are issued to you pursuant to either cash buy in or drawing on your line, they are electronically assigned to you. Then as you win or lose at Baccarat, chips are electronically deducted from your bankroll or electronically added to your bankroll. At the end, the system knows (or is supposed to know) exactly what you bought in with and what you walk with, and your average bet.

During the period you are at the Baccarat table it isn't or rather shouldn't be hard for such a system to keep track of every chip you receive, win or lose.


Like every resort, Resorts World has plus and minus. The casino, especially the high end Crockford's high limit areas, is beautiful. Cocktail service is high end and for non drinkers there is brewed tea in teapots and coffee including espresso, cappuccino, etc. The table minimums are pretty high at Crockford's - I didn't really look elsewhere.

Not sure I like the electronic wager and chip tracking system, as it tends to be buggy and slows play down frequently. But as I mentioned, according to casino insiders I know, this is the beginning of casinos' working towards identifying ALL table game players and allowing no anonymous table game play. I'd still say that we're years away from the day when no one will be allowed to play at table games without fully identifying himself, but it would seem that that day may come sooner or later.

The hotel itself, if you really know resorts, is not as beautifully or expensively built per square foot as Wynn/Encore or Venetian/Palazzo. However, the suites and villas are comparable to equivalents at any of the best Vegas resorts. I'd say that they spent more money per square foot on their casino than their hotel rooms.

The fitness center is excellent and rivals for the most part any non-hotel high-end "boutique" small gym - it's not a large as the Canyon Ranch gym at Venetian, but it has most of the same equipment plus even has a dragging/prowler sled for leg workout - probably the only hotel gym in the world that has that (but, interestingly, RW included the sled but neglected the inner outer Hip Abductor / Adductor workout machine).

Some of the restaurants are fine for dine in (although, while we were there any hamburger I ordered was crappy - the meat patties are all pre-made, nothing special, ground beef, cooked until it is dry - I was on a hamburger lunch kick for a bit there), but the options for take-out or any kind of room service are currently extremely limited.

Their spa is not yet open - not until August 2021.

As far as comp'ing, whenever we were there we were on a full boat RFB ride but from what I understand, you must play harder at RW to get equivalent comps than even at Wynn, Venetian or Bellagio, so they are definitely catering to a higher end crowd.

Loss "concessions" - they are the new kid on the block with an attitude so I wasn't able to negotiate as good a deal at RW as I have in place elsewhere. Hasn't been an issue yet anyway as I haven't lost at RW.
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AlanMendelson
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July 6th, 2021 at 1:30:24 PM permalink
I've seen demonstrations of RFID "counting" of chips. Ive never heard of RFID chips registration numbers assigned to players. Ive never heard of a system that assigns RFID numbers to a player and then reassigns numbers when these chips are won or lost.

It's amazing the things that are out there that Mdawg finds out about.
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July 6th, 2021 at 1:45:44 PM permalink
Go to Resorts World Vegas and play Baccarat at Crockford's lounge.

Again, why anyone would go on and on about something he "thinks" is true, without investigating it for himself, just shows why there are so many repetitive unresolved arguments at this forum.
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AlanMendelson
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July 6th, 2021 at 2:08:46 PM permalink
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Go to Resorts World Vegas and play Baccarat at Crockford's lounge.

Again, why anyone would go on and on about something he "thinks" is true, without investigating it for himself, just shows why there are so many repetitive unresolved arguments at this forum.



Resorts World has a large PR department. I'm in the business so I emailed them.

If I dont get a quick reply I'll phone them.

There's no need to go there.

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