MDawg
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January 8th, 2022 at 9:54:17 AM permalink
Quote: AxelWolf

For the most part, I was under the impression they received bonuses if the total of all their assigned players hit various action levels.
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Quote: MDawg

Independent hosts have different arrangements with different casinos, but even they get more from a player they represent who plays all week and builds up a big theoretical loss (and say, wins) versus a straight regular loss.

In house hosts, it is generally misleading to say that they always get something specific out of a player's straight losing or even playing - there are in some cases team bonuses or bonuses obtained when the aggregate of a host's players play beyond a certain level, and in some casinos there is no such structure at all and it is straight salary. As well, if a host's players all fall below a certain level and stop playing much at all, there could be repercussions as well. These sorts of arrangements are usually what is meant by "commission" bonuses.

In any case, just as a player earns more comps via long hard play versus blowouts, the same for any host who directly or indirectly gains some benefit from a player's play - these hosts will get more out of players who keep playing versus who straight lose quickly.
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mcallister3200
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January 8th, 2022 at 10:04:09 AM permalink
Whether you want to classify payment based on the extent of a hosted players play a bonus or commission is semantics at best, a distinction without a difference. In either case that would mean they are NOT being paid on salary only.

Since there’s really no product to “sell,” it wouldn’t fit into an extremely narrow classification of commission.
oliverwilliams
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March 29th, 2022 at 11:00:11 AM permalink
yes they definitely can gain some extra money like that, at least that's what I know
DRich
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March 29th, 2022 at 11:07:33 AM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

Whether you want to classify payment based on the extent of a hosted players play a bonus or commission is semantics at best, a distinction without a difference. In either case that would mean they are NOT being paid on salary only.

Since there’s really no product to “sell,” it wouldn’t fit into an extremely narrow classification of commission.
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The ones that I know of get a percentage of the players theo loss.
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