When you enter a Casino, you can’t help but notice all the security measures. There are people all over the place, from dealers to pit bosses. Every corner of the casino is covered in cameras. Dealers are always watching their own game, so they can detect suspicious behavior quickly. Table managers and pit bosses also watch over the table games, looking out for betting patterns. Each casino employee has a supervisor who monitors their actions.
One of the biggest changes is in the interior decor of the casino. While the average person wouldn’t be spending that much money, high rollers are spending tens of thousands of dollars in gambling. Since the casinos are making a lot of money from these high-rollers, they put a lot of effort into making them feel as if they’re part of the VIP club. These VIPs receive lavish attention and comps worth thousands of dollars.
Today, there are over 1,000 casinos in the United States. This number continues to rise as more states make gambling legal. The number of casinos is primarily a result of Interstate competition. Casinos are not the only things that define cities. The Las Vegas Valley has the highest concentration of casinos, while the Atlantic City region and the Chicago area rank second and third in terms of revenues. But there is still room for more, so long as more states approve legalized casino gambling.