TheInveterateGambler a keen observer of people. After some recent casino trips he had some thoughts. Here are his rants and musing in no particular order or organization.
This is the third of a three part series on the topic of DICE CONTROL. In Part 1 we examined the dice control controversy. Here in Part 3, we will look at the basic principles used by the dice control practitioner.
This is the second of a three part series on the topic of casino craps DICE CONTROL. Here in Part 2, I will recount the history of dice control as I remember it.
It is nearly impossible to step up to a casino craps table today without seeing at least one shooter attempting to set and toss the dice in a certain manner to get a desired result. This is the first of a three part series on the topic of DICE CONTROL.
Borgata Rewards to MGM Mlife – Transition Day Getting to Work – Video Poker and Mlife at Borgata, CoachKitty gives some data-points on the first day of operation as an Mlife casino.
The Borgata just announced that the full transition from My Borgata Rewards to MGM Mlife casino loyalty program will take place on June 7. What I want to know is this: If players are going to enjoy the same level of recognition and benefits that they enjoyed with My Borgata Rewards, why are the details so vague?
The transition of Borgata Black to Mlife Gold is of particular interest to me, since Borgata Rewards has three tiers in their loyalty program (Red – Black – Titanium) while Mlife has five tiers (Sapphire – Pearl – Gold – Platinum – Noir).
Effective March 1, the Borgata is raising the entry price for Black Label card holders to both the Amphora Lounge and the buffet from $10 comp dollars to $12.50 comp dollars per person. The Amphora Lounge is very nice and the buffet is decent, but this is another downgrade instituted by Mlife and there’s certainly more to come.
I meant to publish this re-cap last week about the Gambling Downgrades and Upgrades at Borgata Atlantic City, but things got a bit busy. Figured I better get this posted before there are more changes. To be fair, there have been a few “enhancements,” for those who like to wager high amounts. I am referring to my notes, which were only semi-organized so please feel free to point out any discrepancies.
It begins, on Wednesday this week gambling downgrades by MGM at Borgata Atlantic City took on of it’s first victims. Craps (dice) odds. Historically, Atlantic City was always the “home” of 5x odds at craps games. Las Vegas was known for 3x 4x 5x odds, with some exceptions throughout.