I was at the promo and ran about $7,500 coin-in through Aruze Craps and I thought I would get $75 in free slot play (FSP). Image my shock when I checked with the kiosk and got instead $150 in FSP. The way the promo worked was $1 coin-in was worth 1 penny in FSP so $100 in action was with $1 FSP. Once you get the FSP, you play either video poker or video blackjack and get 95% to 97% of your FSP into cash. Since I didn't understand what happened, I went to the slot club where a nice person told me since I had recently gone up a slot tier level, the promo was worth double. I had no idea that the promo was that good or I would have bet more. The bad news was that was the last day of the promo so it was a nice extra $75 FSP that I had not anticipated. Did you know if you bet $15 on the pass & don't pass level and if the shooter rolls an 8, you could place $30 odds bet on don't pass and $25 odds bet on pass for a $85 in total action worth $1.70 in FSP at the 2% level. Usually, when I get 2% in FSP, I just bet $30 pass & $30 don't pass with a $1 on box cars for a guaranteed $1 loss when a boxcar doesn't show up (35 out of 36 rolls). When the point is 8, you get $170 in action that is worth $3.40 in FSP but lose $1 in 35 out of 36 rolls. Even if the series ends on the Come out roll, it is $60 of action worth $1.20 in FSP, which is still greater then the $1 boxcar insurance bet. Unfortunately this place enforces one machine per player which is why I only ran $7,500 coin in. I played two sessions shooting 6,7,8 and lost $16 in the first session but won $20 in the second session. I already had $100 FSP from my mailer so the $150 extra FSP was a nice bonus. Happiness is working hard to learn dice control at Aruze Craps and spending time hunting down good promo's to put my dice control skills to good use. I love playing with a huge margin of safety in a casino.