The casino is a glamorous, exciting place where champagne glasses clink and locals and tourists mingle. Guests are trying their luck at gambling games such as poker, roulette and blackjack. The suspense of waiting to see whether they will win is what draws people in and keeps them coming back for more. The excitement of the unknown is what makes casinos so fun and fast-paced.
There is something about gambling that seems to encourage people to cheat, steal and try to manipulate the odds to their favor. That is why casinos spend a lot of time, money and effort on security. Casinos have high-tech surveillance systems that provide a “eye in the sky” view of the entire floor and can be adjusted to focus on specific suspicious patrons. Casinos also employ pit bosses and table managers to monitor the tables and players, and watch for blatant cheating such as palming or marking cards.
Besides the security measures, casinos rely heavily on customer loyalty programs to keep their profits up. They reward players with free hotel rooms, meals, shows and limo service depending on how much they play and how long they play. These are known as comps.
There is no such thing as an extremely lucky or good casino player, however. People are just lucky at different times. And some people are better at certain types of casino games than others, such as counting cards in blackjack or edge sorting in baccarat. This is why casinos kick people out of their casinos if they are using these tactics.