stmartingaming
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December 11th, 2015 at 3:46:27 PM permalink
A casino i visit in the Caribbean, gives its players on baccarat an extra 10% in chips on buy in.

So as an example if a player changes 1,000$ in cash at the table, the casino gives 1,100 in chips.

Do they still have an advantage on that game? If the player loses and buys again, they give him the same additional 10%.

I think it's a good deal, is it a good deal for the casino?

Thanks,
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December 11th, 2015 at 5:10:35 PM permalink
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A casino i visit in the Caribbean, gives its players on baccarat an extra 10% in chips on buy in.

So as an example if a player changes 1,000$ in cash at the table, the casino gives 1,100 in chips.

Do they still have an advantage on that game? If the player loses and buys again, they give him the same additional 10%.

I think it's a good deal, is it a good deal for the casino?

Thanks,


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December 11th, 2015 at 5:43:25 PM permalink
I think it is a good deal. Casinos here in Ph. give big gamblers 1.3% in extra chips when buy in( VIP room).
The HE for banker is 1.06%, player is 1.24%, so 10% of profit before playing is consider good deal. I think.
stmartingaming
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December 11th, 2015 at 5:49:26 PM permalink
Yes that's what i think too. Minimum bet is 25$, max buy in is 2,000, so I'm getting 200 extra before starting...
andysif
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December 11th, 2015 at 6:20:34 PM permalink
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Yes that's what i think too. Minimum bet is 25$, max buy in is 2,000, so I'm getting 200 extra before starting...


in macao they give you 1% sticky chip, which is not enough to break even. For sticky chip you need a little bit more than 2% to break even.

if they give you 10% cash, i am almost certain there is something fishy going on.
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December 11th, 2015 at 6:43:44 PM permalink
Quote: stmartingaming

A casino i visit in the Caribbean, gives its players on baccarat an extra 10% in chips on buy in.

So as an example if a player changes 1,000$ in cash at the table, the casino gives 1,100 in chips.

Do they still have an advantage on that game? If the player loses and buys again, they give him the same additional 10%.

I think it's a good deal, is it a good deal for the casino?

Thanks,

Usually there's strings attached IE wagering requirements . Are there any? What kind of chips?

What's the max and minimum?

Just out curiosity what kind of BR can you toss at something like this?

Depending on the situation, perhaps it's something where a deal can be made feel free to contact me.
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December 11th, 2015 at 7:08:31 PM permalink
Quote: AxelWolf

Usually there's strings attached IE wagering requirements . Are there any? What kind of chips?

What's the max and minimum?

Just out curiosity what kind of BR can you toss at something like this?

Depending on the situation, perhaps it's something where a deal can be made feel free to contact me.



I'll go down there with you. I love it there. Haven't visited any casinos in the area, though.
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stmartingaming
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December 11th, 2015 at 7:46:52 PM permalink
you can only buy in for 2,000 max at a time. It's a 25-1,000 table but minimum bet is 100 when you get the 10%, max bet is 1,000.
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December 11th, 2015 at 8:27:35 PM permalink
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you can only buy in for 2,000 max at a time. It's a 25-1,000 table but minimum bet is 100 when you get the 10%, max bet is 1,000.


2,000 max at a time, but they don't limit how many times you can buy in, do they?
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December 11th, 2015 at 8:28:37 PM permalink
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you can only buy in for 2,000 max at a time. It's a 25-1,000 table but minimum bet is 100 when you get the 10%, max bet is 1,000.


Min/Max sucks. Might still work, someone else can do the math. I didn't pack my bags.
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