If you ask anyone who gambles regularly, you’ll get advice. If you ask someone else who gambles regularly, you’ll get a lot of different advice. There’s no magic secret to winning big, that’s why it’s called gambling, and casinos are pretty straightforward about the fact that they’re there to entertain you and separate you from your money. Still, there are some basic tips that can help a novice not completely lose their life savings the moment they step on the floor. Here are 25 Secrets Casinos Don’t Want You To Know.
"The House always wins," but sometimes, in some games, the House is way more likely to win than in others. Games such as Three-Card Poker, Caribbean Stud, and Double Exposure Blackjack may have bigger payouts, but they also have much much bigger losses for the players.
You're being watched. Always. Casinos have cameras everywhere and can (and do) track your movements the entire time, They can even see the hand you're holding. It's there for your safety, to watch for wicked people who may prey on the happy gamblers.
....and yes, if you're wondering, security can tell if you're cheating. Just like players have "tells," cheaters have "tells" and security is trained to watch for them. So don't try anything.
Always wash your hands after handling chips. They're disgustingly dirty. Just...wash your hands.
Yes, there are options for, ahem, paid private adult entertainment. Prostitution isn't legal in Las Vegas, but that doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Unless there's a problem or "transactions" are completed on camera (like in a parking garage), security usually just stays out of everyone's way.
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