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PIT BOSSES

We've spoken to a lot of gamblers who talk about enco with pit bosses. These players imagine that everyone in the pit, the area behind the tables, watching the action, is a pit boss. But that's not so. They are floormen, who work under the pit boss.

A pit may consist of six craps tables or nine blackjack tables placed in an oval arrangement so that the men inside that area can supervise the action easily. Some casinos have one pit for each game, while the giant houses may have several casino blackjack pits spread all over the casino.

Other casinos may mix up a pit, placing craps tables and blackjack tables together, but the casinos that do this have foolish men in charge, for each game requires its own expertise and it's nearly impossible to properly supervise a craps game and a blackjack game at the same time. The action is very different, the players are different, and, therefore, the supervision must be different.

 
 
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RECEIVE PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT

Now that he's introduced himself, his play will be watched. As mentioned before, he must play at the amount and with the frequency required by the particular casino. Nothing is etched in stone, however, and casino personnel will be flexible. If they require $100 play for four hours, but the gambler drops $3,000 in thirty minutes and quits for the day, they're not going to hold that against him. Casino personnel understand that a quick loss may mean the end of play for a while. Basically, what they want is someone who plays steadily at fairly high stakes. It may be $50 play in one casino, or even $25 play in another, to qualify for free RFB. There are all kinds and sizes of casinos.

If you go to a casino and want a free meal, for example, speak to a floorman or someone in the pit and ask him or her to watch your play. If you are unsure of how long and at what level you must play to qualify for the meal, ask that also. You might be told that a $5 blackjack table, for example, is sufficient, if you play for two hours. If you are going to p a couple of hours anyway, fine. Go ahead and play, your free meal. But if you want to play out $100 and at best you'll be there for thirty minutes, don't change pattern of play just to get a free meal. That meal may to be very expensive indeed.

 
 
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