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BigBaitsim (milo) 11-27-2005 02:22 PM

Cardroom employees\' income?
 
Numerous posts have discussed how much dealers make. What kind of income do other cardroom employees (floor staff, shift supervisors, managers) make?

surfinillini 11-27-2005 02:32 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
I know the head floor/pk room mngr at a big casino in LA makes a SHITLOAD (not Commerce, the other one).

henrikrh 11-27-2005 02:48 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
the bike?

surfinillini 11-27-2005 03:11 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
[ QUOTE ]
the bike?

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smoore 11-27-2005 03:12 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
Props in colorado = $10/hr. no benefits.

BigBaitsim (milo) 11-27-2005 03:20 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
I've heard props in AZ and CA can make $175+ benes per shift, but have no idea if this is true. The one prop I met in Vegas was making minimum wage, and appeared to be losing much more than that at the really good games at a low-limit cardroom.

I'm more curious about floor and management salaries than props or dealers.

henrikrh 11-27-2005 03:58 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
Why don't poker players who make money playing live just do the same thing while working as a prop?

I guess cause there's no props at the higher limits where money can really be made?

Chipr777 11-27-2005 09:28 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
I know a few props that only play in the biggest game they can find. (20-40, 30-60, NL games, $300 limit lowball)

11-27-2005 11:26 PM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
Well, you lose all your freedom of game selection which can be a big deal. And, yes, there aren't many positions for mid limit games. That said, there are some pros who go this route.

I'm reasonably sure that some of the props in CA make $220-240 a day playing up to ~20/40.

Sorry, I don't know much about floor/shifts except that regular floormen don't usually make all that much.

Bulbarainey 11-28-2005 02:34 AM

Re: Cardroom employees\' income?
 
[ QUOTE ]
I know the head floor/pk room mngr at a big casino in LA makes a SHITLOAD (not Commerce, the other one).

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a sh1tload by LA or national standards?


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