10 Interesting Facts about Casino Games

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Casinos in Las Vegas lose an average of 80 USD each time. Most losses occur in penny slot machines.

There are no fair bets in casino games. Chances of winning and of getting paid out are never compatible with each other. In roulette, there is a bet type called red/black and all numbers are either red or black.

Most Las Vegas casinos are filled with slot machines. Slots are the most popular games. Blackjack and poker are portrayed as the popular in Hollywood movies.

Keno is the oldest casino game. It has been played since the time of the ancient Chinese Empire.

Some players believe that casino games are rigged. However, casinos don't need rigged games to make money. All games in casinos are designed in such a way that the casino always wins in the long run.

John Montagu was an inveterate gambler and held the title of 4th Earl of Sandwich. His servant served him sandwiches with meat between two slices of bread.

There are three roulette variants: American, French and European. In French rouche some bets are returned even if lost, so this is the roulelette variant you might lose the least. European rougelette is second best in terms of chances of winning. American roukelette offers almost 5% less chance of winning.

It is legal to count cards in any casino. Casinos can refuse to pay you for counting cards. Gamblers who count the cards are paid but warned not to come to the casino again.

Frederick Smith came to Las Vegas in 1973 with $5,000 and won $27,00. He paid off all of his company's debts, opened new branches and expanded across the United States.

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