How to Be Treated Like A High Roller-- Even Though You're Not One
Making Casino Visits More Fun and More ProfitableBook - 1996
Written by the president of Atlantic City's Claridge Hotel Casino this immensely helpful little book shows you the best ways to get complimentary attention from the casinos you patronize. The fact is, every casino wants your business! It matters not whether you win or lose, only that you patronize their gaming tables and pull the slot handles in their particular complex. Robert Reinneisen's book explains the theory of casino comps, which offer everything from complimentary hotel rooms, food, shows, and free limousine and plane rides to a free lunch for bus customers. As the book indicates, a casino's largesse is based mainly on customer "action" and length of playing time at tables and slots. In the past few years casino gambling in the United States has exploded dramatically. Las Vegas has seen phenomenal growth with the addition of new casinos and thousands of new hotel rooms. More states permit riverboat gambling, and casinos are widespread on Native America reservations. The author has amplified his text to cover these new developments.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Carol Pub. Group, c1996
Edition: Rev. and updated
Branch Call Number: GV1301 .R44 1996
Characteristics: 119 p. ; 21 cm
Uniform Title: Making casino visits more fun and more profitable