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Wynn Red Card

Boca Raton, Florida
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Wynn Red Card

I've read that it wont hurt to try the benifits of the wynn red card. But i tend to feel a bit worried that there tracking your winnings and if they see you win more money then lose can give them a reason to ban you from there casinos. they due that to people that are good at blackjack. why not to others? let me know your thoughts.

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Yes, I hear Steve Wynn is a mean mofo - first banning toddlers and babies in strollers and now black jack whales. If either babies or whales are drinking George Clooney's tequilla, fuggetabouttit....

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If you don't want the possibilities of getting comps in the future then don't get a card. I don't know if I truly believe that. I am staying there on a 3 free nights and $225 free play comp in 12 days.

Boca Raton, Florida
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lol, Yes im all about blackjack and i bring a hefty amount dead franks to get the job done! Vegas and its rewards program is just to get more control of the there winings and serve its so called rewards to there losers, sadly...

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Specjedi I have to respectfully disagree with you 100%, unless the casino feels your counting cards or have a system like Phil Ivey did in roulette banning customers is very bad for buisness and they only do this as a last resort to only one kind of high roller and that is so called " whales"

These casinos have bankrolls way bigger than even billionaires so you get banned well don't flatter yourself/ the only guy I know that has gotten banned is UFC president Dana White who got banned from the palms casino because he kept going on unbelievable blackjack runs where he was betting up to $50,000 a hand and leaving out of the palms not once not twice but several times and that's after they were com ping him there too $10,000 a night playboy suite and paying his meals and everything but after he was not giving anything back in loses they banned him but than he went to MGM and lost millions so what you have to remember is the house has a certain percentage edge in every table game in vegas except 2

One is cash game poker - if your a good player you will win consistently

Second is sports betting - if your a advantage handicapper you can make a living

Other than that casinos welcome your play and even when you won your comps actually will increase

Cheers !

Indianapolis,IN
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It's a myth. Use your card if you want comps for the current stay or for the future.

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Unless you are doing something illegal you don't have anything to worry about.

Get a Red Card.

Kenosha, WI
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So, are you saying that you are a really good blackjack player?

Boca Raton, Florida
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i was just wondering about this so called rewards card. i've never had a problem in vegas with black jack but i was thinking next time uping my game with more money and was curious if this card wil ban certain black jack players that win take alot of money from the casinos...

Kenosha, WI
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I think you will be just fine. Nothing to worry about.

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If you stay at Wynn you will get stuck with a card, because your room key is a Red Card.

Don't worry about using the card. They track you anyway. The casinos hire people (pit bosses) just to keep track of your play. So whether you use the card or not, they will know.

I can see some not wanting to have a card for fear they might sell your information (which they might), but not because of having your play tracked.