An ADT is a formula that casinos use to even the playing field for all players. It really makes little sense to the player to compare his ADT between casinos because they all use unique formulas. Now if a number of players at the same casino compare their ADT, such as what occurred several years ago with HET, you can figure how to increase your value to the casino. Whether it be playing longer, betting larger or playing a higher denom. Figuring your slot player value to a casino is just math plus (hidden formula)divided by (coke formula). Meaning it is how you bet+play+time+whatever = ADT. What you bet is easy to figure. Play a game at one dollar per spin X how many spins per minute ($1 x 15= 15)per minute X 60 min = 900 dollars per hour x 4 hours = 3600 dollars for your visit. Factor in the other variables and you have your ADT. This is not to be confused with your average loss per visit which is the true factor in a casino relationship. It is one of the reasons why people who are minimum bettors, say .40 per spin but win more often, play for 6 hours with a $100 bankroll, can have comp offers comparable to a $1.50 bettor, who walks in and drops $500 in 2 hours. If each player does 6 or so visits in a row the $500 loss player will be extended better offers based on his loss rating. Here is the math. Player A .40 x 15 = $6 per min. x 60min = $360 x 6hr = $2160 per visit but walks out the door losing $100. Player B 1.50 x 15 = $22.50 per min x 60min = $1350 per hr x 2 hours = $2700 per visit but walks out the door losing $500. The longer the time you spend in a casino the more likely you are to lose. This is a simple fact and it is why time is so important in the calculation of a players value. My player rep at Borgata told me that to give me a quality comps and a suite I needed an ADT of $20,000 and a visit loss of $2,000. Not so hard to attain when you look at the math. $3 bet x 15 = 45 x 60 = 2700 per hour x 7 hours = $18,900. A guy I use to go to the casino with received great comps from Borgata. He played $15 per spin and played about 8 hours. 15 x 15 = 225 x 60 = 13500 x 8 hr = 108,000 and he rarely dropped $2000, he lost a thousand or more a lot but he always thought the comps and fun were worth it. His wife agreed LOL. I wouldn't worry so much about ADT. If you want to be treated well with comps and all at a casino, only go to that casino. If you want better comps go less often but with a bigger bankroll. When I go to a new opening casino I save a a bankroll just for that first visit. I always get a premium card based on the play of just that visit either that night or an offer will come within the week by phone from a casino player rep. For 6 months the treatment is great, then they come back to earth.