1. Marco Polo
    May 10, 2017 @ 9:10 am

    I once got a host to comp me a jacuzzi suite at a very nice hotel in southern Florida after Wonging-in just two shoes with my max bets. If you’re not afraid to ask and are nice about it, hosts can hook you up, but you would eventually need to surrender your ID card to check into the room. After qualifying for the room, I didn’t play any longer and spent the rest of the night relaxing in the jacuzzi.


  2. Marco Polo
    May 10, 2017 @ 9:20 am

    Another small casino overseas gave a free night’s stay for each day that I converted $500 USD into local currency to play their cash money-plays baccarat or dragon/tiger tables. The rooms would normally go for $65-$80 a night. They didn’t specify how much I had to play to qualify, so I “slow played” a little bit each day, losing no more than $5 worth of EV each day and then asking for my USD back. I also got free meals and iced coffees all day for two people, definitely worth the $5 expense. Ended up winning $50 just being lucky. I probably pissed of the casino owners, but I didn’t see any games worth sticking around for anyway.


  3. Scott
    May 19, 2017 @ 5:58 pm

    You’re not wrong about MGM being stingy. I had +24K coin in and only got $130 off my bill. Nice article. I heard you on gambling with and edge podcast. I’ve been cc’ing for 4 years now. I enjoy your site, thanks for creating it!


  4. Voljack
    May 23, 2017 @ 7:43 pm

    Scott they set your theo at 2%. Depending on the game you may have been overcomped 🙂


  5. Vandalay
    June 22, 2017 @ 10:02 am

    Great post! Do you think it is safe to play VP rated at one site of a chain casino (i.e., Boyd, Stations) as long as you are not doing AP table play at that site? I like the idea of getting room comps but wouldn’t want to jeopardize my ability to do (unrated) AP table play at some of the sister sites. This is likely unfounded paranoia on my part, but how much risk is there in having my photo, name, etc. in the shared chain database?


  6. Lee
    July 3, 2017 @ 9:37 am


    Playing VP rated at one casino in a chain and tables unrated at another will most likely be fine. You’re not going to get any attention or heat playing VP for rooms so there’s no reason for them to share your pic/name with the other casinos.

    On the flip side, even if the casino you play tables at backed you off and shared your pic with the one you are staying at, you will likely be able to stay unnoticed as long as you don’t play tables.



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    September 18, 2017 @ 12:45 am

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