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Assuming the player rating system is working on 60 decisions per hour with the An average craps player is more difficult to handicap because his bets must be.


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What sort of punter was I? Reason: Thanks ,Not multiplying properly Ok slim read your post and to be perfectly honest have no idea what your saying. House edge has to be in the equation. The house edge is the theoretical worth of each customer regardless. Maverick's point is exactly right. What about the 'chaser'? On craps you need to rate so that you can make a game. Last edited by ; 5th March at AM.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In reality, keeping track of their average bet and particular house edge would be impossible on any busy game but it gives an indication of the difference in value to the house between the players and their betting styles. My opinion is to rate them for their entire play - not just what they started out playing. What is the house edge and roll per hour? Most people have no trouble recognizing the average of 3,4 and 5 as 4, similarly 2,4 and 6 - or even -2,4 and Adding the word 'bet' to the equation has no effect on the principle. And I didn't punt for the 2 days either!!! To me it goes without saying that the chips in the float are the casino's and the chips in the pocket of the punter are his, so where is the problem??? Steve and Mzamba I disagree with your view that money in the punters pocket belongs to the punter and money held by the house belongs to the house. As mentioned though there are plenty of formulas for working out comps earned on craps and its a given that odds are never rated. There are about 30 rolls each hour. Originally Posted by porcupine. So perhaps could you elaborate and give us your full view. So peeps out there whats your opinion on rating play with house money, any takers? Players are not rated on any odds bets. If they're punting it, the odds are in my favour. What is the ratio to earn points: house edge x roll per hour x average bet? Seems obvious to me. I agree that comps should be based on theoretical worth though, as I said in my first post. Also for house money or punters money. Obviously a player that strictly bets just the line and a 6 and 8 will earn less than a player say betting the line and always the 4 and Having said that a lot of software just tries to balance out the house edge as an average unless the player is an anomaly. Thus, when a punter catches a wave this may well increase the size of his testicles, which, in turn, increases the size of his bets, but it has no effect on the laws of mathematics. Sponsored Links. Do you take his average bet from his first bet or every time he is pressing because if it is a long roll he will press every roll but if it is 7 out than he will start with the small bet again? I want to clarify regarding the average bet. That is basic rating. The basics of rating remain today as they were when implemented and that is to gradually increase the average bets of a punter to keep them coming in the door, and more so to keep them for longer hours hugging the rails. IMHO completely ludicrous. The flat bets and the place bets all offer the casino an advantage over the customer. It's time honored to say that a small bettor keeps the games going, and when a roll develops we reward them with an increase in the average bet. I personally would like a better reason than saying its BS as to why a player playing with "house money" should get rated at a higher level. Decisions per hour differ and most software allows for a "game pace" of slow, medium or fast which will affect the theoretical win. I got 2 free nights with breakfast in a bigger suite, dinner for 2 for 2 nights and a free round of golf. I know a little of the subject but maybe something to be discussed further. Charlie Chester. For me, the rating has to make sense. Should we give him a reduced average bet when he gets out? You say it's ludicrous to rate the player at a higher level. I have been meaning to comment on this post for a while but due to some of the strange opinions about what constitutes player versus casino money, I forced myself to refrain. I know there are differing schools regarding this issue and as the previous comment mentioned not taking this in to account is BS. A dice punter playing only the minimum pass, maximum permitted odds, minimum place on the six and eight and pressing up cannot be theoretically rated as the punter with the same average bet who plays centre action, hardways and across without pressing up. He proceeds to play like this for the next 2 hours and more or less stays even. Most casinos use "medium pace" as it is way to subjective. The amount bet is valid and should be rated as such. Just dont see how a player can get rated on action with the house money if on the face of it he is ony prepared to wager a small amount both action and buy in. Time to go player A cashes out, lets say 10k and off he toddles. Once we've got over this hurdle I'll be happy to offer my thoughts on the more interesting question of the craps average bet. Very good now we got a market of savvy punters coming in the door to be rated better when the dice are hot. But to me the most important thing with rating a player on any game is this issue of earning points on pressed bets, house money in play. Slightly more difficult to rate as opposed to the more simpler games, ie, blackjack and roulette. But moving his rating up because he had a lucky roll may create an issue when he comes back and plays his usual average play but expects the higher rating he was awarded previously. Sorry, just to clarify; the player is betting player and bank on the same coup? To rate any player we have to consider the theoretical win, not whether the punter wins or loses. As said you need the necessary software to take in to account the differing bets. Thanks for giving me some advice. After all, the player did risk more at certain times and should receive credit. Reason: spelling. Boxman, IMO for a more accurate assessment of the players action, you should use "element of risk" i. Their actual win or loss is an indicator for rating and comping over the longterm. Albeit, extra attention and PR skills should be in use to any lucky punter on a roll to make sure he doesn't have an excuse to leave and will be happy to come back. How many points to get in your casino? House money is on one side of the table, punters money on the other - simple as that. Why the need for software. Odds placed are paid at the true percentage badly expressed and should in my view not be considered in doing the rating. I have worked in establishments where at the higher rating which you would clearly allow I would in fact earn comps at an hourly rate far exceeding my actual buy in. I said I was leaving in an hour. Depending on the software you have in the pit - the ratings differ here in the USA. I'd rather shell out for a room than lose a customer over something so trivial. It happened once to me that I won from 90 rand 15 quid about 18, rand in an afternoon at the Wild Coast in South Africa. The worth of the first player is not even close. Porcupine, if my grind players have had a good run, i'd be doing everything i could to get them to "blast away". To have a game you gotta make a game. Pete - believe me, you don't want to get Mzamba stsrted on this topic! If that player comes back the next day with the 10k of house money, do you track his action in your casino? CC, your figures have me confused. An average is simply the 'total of' divided by the 'number of', just like they taught me in the 7th Grade. A strange player wins 10k you comp him all you can because you want him and the 10k back asap. I know a lot of casinos execute differently. Never doing 18k of my own thats for sure. A pair of eyes and commonsense does the job for you. As for not rating higher action if it's with "house money", i'd want to know the player won't take the hump and walk over to the competition if they don't get rated. How do you calculate the average bet for a craps player, all bets including odds and contract bets or only flat bets? I finished and went to the bar and the GM came up and asked how long I was staying. Telling the player they're not getting rated because it's "house money" strikes me as being the ludicrous part. Of course, all the while the game is open for the big bankroll guy who is on the town and looking for a game. As far as rating a player on a roll, thoughts differ again. The old school will tell you that you don't rate a player playing with "house money" but that is complete BS. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}View Share Prices at LiveCharts. Some software allows for you to differentiate between bets placing higher value on the prop bets. Thanks for the reply.