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CASINO GAMES MANAGER

The casino games manager runs the casino. Every aspect of the operation is under his control in one way or another.

At one time, when casinos games weren't owned by public corporations, but were rather free-wheeling affairs, the casino games manager's power was awesome. In those days, which lasted into the 1960s, the people running the big hotel-casinos in Nevada didn't really care that much about hotel, restaurant, or entertainment operations except as they affected the casino. At that time, all these operations were heavy money losers, but it didn't really matter, because the casino raked in the cash and made so much money that the losses became insignificant.

Then the economy changed; inflation increased and executives who ran these hotel-casinos became aware of the mounting costs. Every aspect of the operation today is expected to pull its own weight, except for the entertainment section. It still is a big loss leader, because the few performers who can attract enough customers to fill the showrooms draw tremendous salaries and other fringe benefits.
 
 
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THE CASINO CHECKS ON A PLAYER'S ACTION

They generally break your action down into three First they'll note the time you start playing. Then they'll, the average bet you are making. And finally, they'll put the time you stop gambling. Note that I said they study average bet. No one expects you to make the same bet and over again. Gamblers run in streaks, no matter what of luck they're experiencing. Gamblers like to play the rush; that is, when they're winning, they like to press up or in their bets. Conversely, when losing, they tend to lower bets.

This is understood by casino personnel. As we keep mentioning, they are flexible when assessing gamblers. A player test the waters with $50 bets, then start plunking down wagers. If he gets on a rush of winning bets, he may $500. All this is taken into consideration by the person watching his action.

On the other hand, a player may start off horribly and recover. Within an hour he's been wiped out. Let's took a marker for $3,000 and lost it all in that short s time. He stops betting and retreats like a wounded his room or the pool or wherever he can get some mind and recoup his energy. The casino observer is noting, and the fact that he only played for one hour instead of won't be held against him.
 
 
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