You’ve heard the expression, “The operation was a success but the patient died.” What does it mean? Could it relate to the concept of: “Gamble Perfectly But Still Lose?”
Monthly Archives: September 2020
More play in fewer trips is going to net you the most casino comps. This is just a general statement about casino gambling because the amount of play that will generate marketing offers is not an exact science.
No big intro this week. Instead, I’ll lead with a quick Vegas Reopening note., which includes confirmation of Planet Hollywood Opening. Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak will discuss possible capacity limit increases next week.
Two weeks without Vegas news on Sunday is wild! This was the first year I’ve taken a break from my weekend duty with TravelZork. Relaxing an extra day was nice, but I’m a creature of habit and was fidgety while trying to relax. Happy to be back sharing the ‘scoop and also the announcement of the first completely non-smoking casino on the Vegas Strip.
In the week Vegas Vickie returned to Fremont, TravelZork brings you the top 9 casino tweets that you missed this week.
New England Casinos Perks and Partnerships continue to grow. Since the ’90s, casino brands have been migrating to New England. In all, nine casinos represent many of the industry’s dominant companies.
What does it mean to be the “Biggest Craps Player Ever?” We will get to that in a moment. But first, where is Marc Meltzer?
In the week of a brand new Mlife Tier Match, TravelZork brings you the top 9 casino tweets that you missed this week + Usher announced a Vegas residency.
We share developments for September 2020, including Atlantic City indoor dining updates. Join us for the most up-to-date information on Atlantic City news, promotions and events in September.
Your theoretical loss to the casino (your casino theo or average daily theoretical – ADT) is the way the casino calculates what you are worth to them. It’s not a theoretical win because every game that the casino offers has a house advantage and the payoff for a bet is always less than the odds of winning that bet.