bubble craps and their credits

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  1. tercol58, Sep 3, 2020

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    Hi back on after a long time was wondering if anyone here could tel me how bubble craps their credits are calculated it seems very slow to me. I play at Caesars mostly an I know VP 1 their for every $10 figured bubble craps would be the same but that don't seem to be the case I know there use to be some here that preferred the BC that might have some insight ever since the casinos have opened back up all I can find is $15 live tables so been looking to start play BC a bit more
     
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    For Harrah’s / Caesar’s properties, the highest that I heard is $200 coin in per Tier Credit. I believe Harrah’s in Reno was set to $20 per Tier Credit. I took a photo of the countdown which was set to “2000”. But alas Harrah’s in Reno will close. And the Bubble disappeared a long time ago.

    The points are set by the casino and AFTER getting pounded, they either REMOVE the machines (Gold Dust & Harrah’s in Reno, etc) or increase coin in per point.
     
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  3. von duck, Sep 3, 2020

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    Define the value of a Harrah's "tier credit". :cool:
     
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    von duck: How about stop acting like an anal canal.

    I don’t know why you like to hijack these threads.
     
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  5. Mssthis1, Sep 4, 2020

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    The interblock game at the Linq in Vegas is $50 = 1 point. I haven't played the Azure game there.

    Sams Town now has an Azure game. No points or tier credits on that one.

    The machines at Red Rock were hot this week. They also, no longer give points.

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  6. von duck, Sep 5, 2020

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    Seems like a very legit, and important question to me Mssthis1. :confused: What's a GD "tier credit worth"? What do you find offensive about the question? :cool:
     
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  7. von duck, Sep 5, 2020

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    Explain the "buy" bet, on the eight? :confused: Would not the place bet be better. One more question, were you able to hit the cancel button before the dice rolled? :)
     
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    $200 is the max bet on this particular machine. I bought the eight because I wanted to continue pressing the eight when it hit at $200. The buy bet is only slightly worse than the place on the 6/8 and much better than the place the 5/9 that many people make. I probably wouldn't do that on an Azure because they collect vig on the amount won. Interblocks collect vig on the amount bet.



    The picture was on Wednesday. When I went to play it Thursday morning it was shut down waiting on a tech. I wonder why.
     
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    the past few years, most of the bubbles Ive played in various states have a sign on them that states no points, no free play can be used, at the bubbles. they didn't offer any points or tier credits and they didn't accept any free play coupons either.
    someone else could verify, but station casinos in vegas were something like for every 12 dollars play, the player received one cent credit on their players card.something like that....nothing that would warrant a lot of play for comps.
    the only reason I put my players card into bubbles the past years is to let the casino know I play in their casino. It helps get upgrades and other things when the casino is looking to be generous.
    One or two sessions at a live table usually gets me free rooms, again, when the casinos were in the mood or needed players.
    I mostly visit casinos weekdays as to avoid crowds, and mid weeks is easiest to get comps and rooms. I try to maximize any casino play into offers and then maximize offers when I arrive to casino if Im staying there.
    never hurts to ask for upgrade, worst thing they just say no. or maybe tack on 25 bucks a night.
     
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    its really simple, the casino doesn't give out credits on a game they cant control the payouts. With lowest house advantage, especially compared to video poker or slots, bubble craps get next to nothing anywhere. as far as credits or comps, or whatever one refers to them on a players card. It only clocks in your time in that casino, gets your birthday gifts(free play), free giveaways, and free rooms or food when the casino needs you.
     
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    you had a high count on the hard six, should have sat out another 25 rolls and went in heavy on it. at least that's one of my theories that have worked well on interblock bubbles.
     
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    What I'm wondering is, what are you hiding under the napkin? :cool:
     
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