There are many gambling “gurus” out there, but only few as knowledgable & prolific as Frank Scoblete. Frank is the #1 best selling gaming author in America. His newest books are Slots Conquest: How to Beat the Slot Machines; Everything Casino Poker: Get the Edge at Video Poker, Texas Hold’em, Omaha Hi-Lo and Pai Gow Poker!; Beat Blackjack Now: The Easiest Way to Get the Edge; Casino Craps: Shoot to Win!; Cutting Edge Craps: Advanced Strategies for Serious Players; Casino Conquest: Beat the Casinos at Their Own Games! and The Virgin Kiss. Here are a few of his teachings concerning Free Slot Play, Protecting Your Money in a Casino and a casino Myth respect for low rollers.
- Ever get “free slot play?” Ever play just the free slot play, then leave? Well, consider this. Whatever your playing status (card tier) is – low, mid to high roller status – casino management looks at all of your play statistics – time played, denomination, bet amount, games – high or low house advantage – and time away (for example, Mohegan Sun looks at last 6 visits). If your “free slot play” only visit isn’t incorporated in your usual amount of play, it may decrease your perks and your tier-status. Something to keep in mind on those days you go to eat and play your free slot play and leave, damaging your player rating! Not that I would know, I mean, so I’ve heard…..
- Protecting your money in a casino – Men should never keep their wallets in their back pockets. Get a shirt with a pocket in front that buttons and keep your money in there. Some savvy craps players even keep a “dummy” wallet in their back pockets. Women should never put your purse on the floor, or on the drink shelf that surrounds the craps table at thigh level, or between slot machines.
Doing so is an invitation to long-armed thieves. Keep your purse wrapped securely around your shoulder, on your lap covered by your arm, or keep it in your hands. The bottom line is to make the thief realize that it is going to take quite an effort to dislodge you from your purse. Both sexes can protect their money by using a secure fanny pack or waist pack.
- Myth:Casinos are not interested in low rollers. To get comps, you have to bet big money. If you play the machines, even for quarters, you aren’t as low a roller as you think you are. Put three quarters in a machine every five seconds and you are putting through $540 per hour. Play four hours and you just gambled $2,160 — wow! The casinos will be more than happy to recognize such action with free or discounted rooms, meals and other special promotions. If you play table games, you might not want to be a five-dollar bettor looking for comps in a casino where they only rate $25 action. However, there are plenty of casinos that will gladly comp five-dollar players if they play long enough. The bottom line is this: Most casinos want just about all players. Find the places that give your action the most in perks as possible…and then patronize them.
You can find more of Frank’s teachings at his site http://www.gamblingteachers.com.
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