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I'm a dealer in one of the largest casino in the UK AMA

I deal every table games except craps and basically all variants of poker for a while now, if this ever drags anyone's interest, ask me anything
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Casinos are designed to be addictive. 50+ is the largest casino customer demographic. Is it that old folks are not used to rapid advances in addictive design whereas youngsters are (through widespread technology use)?

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Casinos are designed to be addictive. 50+ is the largest casino customer demographic. Is it that old folks are not used to rapid advances in addictive design whereas youngsters are (through widespread technology use)?

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The largest casino in Pennsylvania sponsors my high school and advertises to MINORS in the directory. Startin' them young.

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IAMA Valet at one of the largest casino's in the world. AMA!

I've driven almost every make and model car imaginable, have met celebrities, have driven their cars, and made a decent amount of money doing it. Ask away!
Update: This has gotten a lot more attention than I had anticipated!! I'm loving the questions and feel free to keep asking away!! I have today off and can dedicate quite a bit of time to responses.
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TIL the largest casino in the Western Hemisphere is run by the Mashantucket Pequot tribe - a Native American tribe wiped out 300 years ago and then revived by a man named Skip Hayward, who identified himself as white up until the 1970s.

TIL the largest casino in the Western Hemisphere is run by the Mashantucket Pequot tribe - a Native American tribe wiped out 300 years ago and then revived by a man named Skip Hayward, who identified himself as white up until the 1970s. submitted by whiskeydrone to todayilearned [link] [comments]

Melbourne, AUS TI3 Pubstomp - over 200 people at the largest casino in the southern hemisphere

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The Largest Casino on the Las Vegas Strip that NO ONE has Visited

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TIL that the largest casino in the United States (based on gaming floor space) is not in Las Vegas or Atlantic City, but is the WinStar Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma

TIL that the largest casino in the United States (based on gaming floor space) is not in Las Vegas or Atlantic City, but is the WinStar Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma submitted by balansboy to todayilearned [link] [comments]

[Top Stories] - Baha Mar, the largest casino and hotel complex in the Caribbean, is open | NBC

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[Travel] - Baha Mar, the largest casino and hotel complex in the Caribbean, is open

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[Top Stories] - Baha Mar, the largest casino and hotel complex in the Caribbean, is open

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[Travel] - Baha Mar, the largest casino and hotel complex in the Caribbean, is open | USA Today

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@Reuters: Macau money fuels Vietnam's plans to build one of the largest casinos in South East Asia via @ReutersTV

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As far as Money Gambled the Largest Casino in the world is in New York City on Wall Street (NYSE)

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IAmA cocktail waitress at one of the largest casinos in the world. AMAA

I've worked there three years in August. ask away!
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IAmA valet at the largest casino in the midwest, AMA

I am celebrating my two year anniversary at the job today and I thought some people might be interested. It is a Native American run casino, and the Community Members are very...unique to say the least. The son of the Chief is one of the craziest people ive ever met. I have driven some amazing cars, and some of the worst excuses for transportation that have ever existed. Im not sure if this is enough for proof but this is my badge
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I Am a Casino Analyst for One of the Largest Casinos in The World.

We know how to take your money!
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[WP] The largest casino opens its doors for its first time. Thousands of people flood to it, with plans to get rich quick. At one point, the doors won't reopen.

Food is sold at an obnoxiously high price and freedom is beyond reach. Survivors are forced to play the games to survive against the house. Sharing funds or food is strictly banned.
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[Table] IAmA: Hi, I'm an employee at one of the largest casinos in the United States. Ask Me Anything!

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Date: 2015-06-30
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What's your favorite job that you've done at the casino? My favorite job would have to have been Slot Tech. Basically all you do is go around, assist guests that have either won a large jackpot,or fixing machines that ate people's money and giving it back. you meet so many amazing people that tend to share their stories. It's an eye-opening experience.
Have you ever felt that your life was in danger because of any of the guests? I have not felt that my life is in danger while at the casino. Mostly because nothing can really happen because everyone is being watched 24/7 and we have security literally every 10 feet.
If you had five minutes to create the world's most disgusting burrito and everything in the world was at your disposal, how would you create the burrito? Five minutes? well, I'd go back to the count room, take a brick of $100,000 in handled bills, then put it in the EVS "special room" where emergency umm, chemicals are. and that's it.
How long have you been employed at the casino? How has the industry changed since then? I've been working in the Casino industry for around 10 years, this casino since 2008. The biggest change that I've seen was when the state wide smoking ban became law. The casino lost almost $20 million dollars in the quarter after that law went into effect. Luckily the casino I work for it Tribal, so being a Sovereign nation they can make their own laws, so the smoking ban was lifted in the casino. I don't know how other casinos handled that kind of loss.
Damn, $20m per quarter just from cigs? I know people smoke like chimneys there but still... Considering almost 80% of our revenue comes from smokers, It's amazing how much that affected the other state casinos.
Does the casino have a theory on this? Does smoking increase the propensity to gamble? Or are losers all smokers and gamblers? Smoking doesn't really affect the prosperity of gambling. It just so happens that around 80% of our guests are smokers.
How does the casino deal with cheaters when they're caught? What's the most money you've ever found on the casino floor? What do you think when you see people losing thousands on roulette in one night? About the only thing people can cheat on are table games, slots are mostly all digital now. They're usually banned from playing at the tables or from the casino itself.
The most money I've found on the floor was $200. Took 20 minutes to find the owner, but we got it too them.
That's not what we want our guests to do. We only want the money that people can afford to gamble away. Guests that are compulsive gamblers are hard to deal with, because it's like any other addiction.
Thanks for getting back to me. That's nice that you got it back to them. Yeah I can imagine, can't look good to novice gamblers to see people behaving like that. To the best of my knowledge I can't say that we have. Plus we watch people 24/7, so it's hard for them to cheat and get away with it.
Have you ever caught anybody working as a team or any corrupt dealers? What's it like organizing the big poker tournaments when they come in? Are they exciting? For the poker games, they are very exciting to organize. They're usually some of the top players in the world, and having people flock to the casino is always good for business.
How do you apply for a job there? How strict are background checks, drug tests etc? You can do it online or at the HR building behind the casino. To work there, you must fill out a Gaming License App. from the casino, this can include, depending on your license level (Either 2 or 4) your past 10 years of employment, housing, any criminal convictions, and your last 3 years of tax returns. Drug test are Urine and Hair follicle test that are processed on site.
Pot OK? Nope. They test for it. Unfortunately
One of my friends went to america and vegas once and he told me only parts of it are glamorous, but most people come in sweatpants with a baby on their lap, or stuff like that. We aren't allowed to have minors on the game floor by law, so we don't have kids in the casino. The rest of the resort is kid friendly though!
He thought it was more depressing and sad than fun, your thoughts and experience? I will say that a vast majority of casinos are dark/dingy looking, which is sad. Casinos are meant to be clean, glamorous places where people ooohhh and ahhh over the beauty of the casino. Our casino is tribal, so we have a lot of Native American art styles and natural elements playing into the theme of the casino.
Besides slots what game has the biggest win per square foot for the casino? Biggest win for the Casino, or the Guest?
If your casino has poker has there been any talk about contracting or even getting rid of the room? I've heard poker numbers are down and the floor space could make way more with extra slots. We actually got rid of our poker room in 2011, shortly after I started working there. The number were extremely low for our area, which was just a factor in people not really wanting to play it. The room became a private gaming area for our high rollers.
What is the procedure when you catch someone counting cards? Some people have said they are politely asked to leave the casino while others have said they are straight up banned from the casino. Do policies differ for different casinos? Do you take them to the 'back-room' if it even exists? For people who get caught counting cards, our casino asks them to leave, and then we right down their information, inform the management for Table games to look out for the guest. The guest can still play slots, but is banned from play at tables.
The first casino I worked for had them escorted to a "Holding room" where they were processed and then banned. They don't like people who steal the houses money.
I can't believe you can earn $95k a year without the ability to distinguish between "right" and "write." I don't want to live on this planet any more. Oh rats :( I was never that good at grammar.
Do you actually play the games when you're not working? Is it common/allowed among workers? What're favored games for people in the business? We can gamble at the casino, but we can't do any progressive slot that has the potential to pay out more than $5000. Table games are the same, we're limited to at most $25 a hand. It's there so that employees can't win the jackpots, making guests upset and thinking it's rigged. The vast majority of people enjoy the table games.
Is the alcohol free for guests? How do I buy chips and how do I cash them in when I'm done gambling? Alcohol isn't free for guest, however Water, Coffee, Tea, and Soft drinks are free. Chips can be bought at the Cage (cashiers) or at the table games themselves. To cash chips in, simply go up to the cashier, hand them the chips, and the cashier will give you cash in denominations of your choosing for the chips!
How difficult is it to become a dealer? Any advice on trying to become one. It's pretty easy to become a dealer. All you have to do is apply, get hired, then go through 2 weeks of training. Simple as that!
EDIT: to get a leg up, try and learn the basic rules to the games. It puts you tat much ahead of other players. Also have a very friendly attitude to guests.
Why is it that the house always wins?, and do you have any tips for a newb? Statistically, The house (casino)will always make make more money than it give out as winnings. Again, if you want to play to win, table games are you best odds. Slots are fun to play, but you'll just put your money in and nothing will come out, generally speaking.
How does tipping work for you guys? Usually it depends on the job your tipping. If you tip a cashier or slot attendant, they have a pool that the tip goes in that's divided at the end of the shift. Other like beverage server or waitress at our Hard Rock receive tips normally.
How many hours a week do you average? Depends on the job. For me I'm working around 50-55 hours a week. Most full time is 40, part time around 30.
No I'm wondering about how easy it is to rig the games even more towards the houses odds. It's quite hard if you really wanted to. Slots are connected to other slots in other casinos, so we can't change that. For table games. It's really strict on how you serve and how you show the cards. Can't really cheat the players out, because they might get suspicious and quit coming.
What percentage of your betting area is covered by slot machines, and do you see many people just sitting there all day losing money? Out of our 133,000 sq ft, around 80,000 are slots.
Normally people will play a machine, get bored then switch to the machine next to them if it isn't busy. We do have the occasional person that wears a diaper and just sits there all day long, but it's extremely rare.
Do you get many big-time gamblers? What kind of perks do these players get? I know that in some casinos/hotels they are given the most luxurious rooms, free food and drinks + vouchers to spend shopping. We have one guy who is our biggest high roller, he has spent over $100 million at our casino. We comp him on everything. For his birthday last year we gave him a car. He has what's called a host follow him around the host gets him whatever he wants/needs.
Could you estimate how much money he has won in spending the $100 million? Do you think he has profited? We actually keep track of players coin in (spent) and coin out (won). I think he's won around $90 million back, so still in our favor but not as bad as most people.
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Gamehost (TSX: GH)

I wanted to share with the group some due diligence and speculation I have done around Gamehost (TSX: GH). I want to start by saying that this is not a situation where you urgently need to buy this right now and ride up a wave, there will be no rocket ships on this post and I strongly encourage you to perform your own due diligence and see if you want to buy this stock. This is an extremely low volume stock and if you rush to buy it, the price will go up far past the supply of sellers. I do not intend to pump this but only to get critique.
Gamehost is an owner and operator of 3 casinos located in Alberta, 2 hotels in Grande Prairie and a retail store rented to a liquor store near one of the casinos. The 3 casinos are: Boomtown Casino in Fort McMurray, The Great Northern Casino in Grande Prairie and the Deerfoot Inn and Casino in Calgary which they own 91% of currently.
As you probably guessed by these locations, the casinos are cyclical and make a lot of money when oil prices are up and go through downturns when prices are low and projects stop. All 3 casinos are not destination type casinos like you would find in Las Vegas where people come from all around to visit, but are very reliant on their local communities. The Boomtown Casino is the only casino in Fort McMurray and the Great Northern Casino is the only proper casino in Grande Prairie with a much smaller limited one in town. The Deerfoot Inn and Casino is 1 of 7 (yes, 7!) casinos in the Calgary area. It primarily focuses on the Southeastern portion of the city and the surrounding suburbs and still serves a market of about 200,000 people in just that area. All 3 casinos are also very focused on live events and have become gathering points for live events and nights out for their communities.
Although all 3 casinos have been affected by oil downturns all 3 communities they serve have much higher median income than the country as a whole. The casinos have remained profitable throughout the entirety of the oil downturn and despite a dividend cut in 2016 they have still paid a consistently strong dividend until the COVID-19 pandemic (more on this later). Grande Prairie’s economy is more focused on natural gas extraction which has been consistently profitable. Calgary as a major city does have a diversified economy as well which leaves just Fort McMurray to be the lone straggler in dealing with oil prices. No new casinos have been built in Alberta since 2006, which has left people still coming to the doors of the casinos regardless of the economy. All three cities have seen consistent population growth greater than 10% from 2016 according to Statistics Canada’s estimates which is far greater than the national average. People are still coming to these cities and are still making a fairly high wage compared to the average Canadian.
The second thing that has likely come to your mind is why casinos when they have been shut down during the pandemic? As the vaccine is currently being implemented the orders will not last forever. When the casinos have been opened even with reduced services, they have remained profitable and the management has responded by using the pandemic as an opportunity. They have been consistently buying back thousands of shares every day and cancelling them. If you look at their SEDAR profile you can see that they have not missed a single day to cancel at least 2,000 shares per day. Since the company had 24.5 million shares issued, they have bought back about 1-2% of the float so far which has made the stock even harder to buy on the open markets due to the lack of volume. They have also been approved to expand the operations of the Deerfoot Inn and Casino which should be completed by the summer. The insiders have followed by accumulating many shares in their personal accounts over this period of weakness.
In the third quarter of 2020 the company posted EPS of 12 cents per share down from 16 cents a year ago. Revenue was down to $4.9 million from $6.7 million. This is with severe restrictions and limitations on the amount of people that can come in the casino and what they can do. All live events were cancelled, table games were restricted and yet the company was still making enough money to buy back significant shares and improve their existing assets. The management has essentially channelled the dividend into making the number of shares decrease in a time of strong price weakness.
There is interest in this space since the largest casino operator in the country Great Canadian Gaming was acquired recently for almost double what they were trading for in the spring. Private equity firms have been looking into casinos as a post-recovery play. Unlike companies in airlines or movie theatres, these do not have significant issues staying profitable during intense downturns, they only become less profitable with a sudden surge afterwards.
I am speculatively buying this stock on the idea that as COVID-19 restrictions are gradually lifted there will be an awkward window where people will be back almost to normal within Canada and will have a strong urge to go out and do activities that they have been restricted from doing for months. At the same time they will be unable to travel internationally due to different countries having different vaccination schedules, planes still operating at reduced capacity with many airlines being in trouble and governments being reluctant to remove limitations abroad. This will significantly bring business to casinos and other live event focused businesses within Canada. I anticipate that in the 12 months past restrictions being lifted that the business will see a significant bump in EPS. They will reinstate the dividend and the share price will grow significantly. My personal price target is $12 per share but I could see it being anywhere from $10-$15 per share. This is without oil prices budging at all.
In the long-term the price will be cyclical based on oil prices unless they start diversifying geographically. It is extremely difficult to get a licence to open a casino, which leaves the company with the only option of acquiring other casinos. This is a possibility down the road but something I will look more into once I see a significant bump in EPS due to increased demand.
I do believe that in the current market with the price having barely recovered from the March lows, that the stock is a very good contrarian play in the 12-24 month range. Holding after that could potentially be risky depending on your own views on how the oil industry will play out and if the management has what it takes to diversify. Online gambling is an even longer term threat but since these casinos are focused on live events and have become a staple of the communities that they are in, this is not likely to be a threat for some significant time.
Please let me know what you think, feel free to criticize. If you guys like my analysis I could do more on other small or mid cap companies. There have been a few I have kicked myself over missing.
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Guess the Company #3 (ticker trivia / due diligence)

Previously on Guess the Company
Hi fellow kids, I'm back again today with yet another DD where I reveal the ticker at the end rather than the beginning.
Let's see how many clues it takes for you to correctly guess today's company:
-This company's Q2 2020 revenues dropped 98% compared to a year ago, and its quarterly EPS plunged from $1.24 in Q2 2019 to a loss of ($1.07) in Q2 2020.
-Despite these revenue numbers, shareholders were barely fazed and the stock continued to trade sideways between $40-$50 from June to November 2020
-If you bought $10000 of this stock at its all time low in March 2009, you would be receiving about twice that much in annual dividends up until it was suspended in Q2 2020 due to the pandemic
-As part of the terms of a $1.5 billion credit facility, this company is not permitted to pay dividend until Q4 2021 unless it can maintain a $1 billion+ liquidity after paying the dividend.
-During the height of the financial crisis in 09, this company was reportedly losing $1000 per *second*
-When this company was about to go bankrupt, its owner dug into his own pockets and loaned the company $1 billion
-Before his company's stocks took a nosedive in 2008, the owner of this company was briefly the 3rd richest person in the USA behind only Bill Gates and Warren Buffet
-Although this company is based in Paradise, NV, the majority of its revenues comes from China. More specifically, Macau, China.
-In 2010 this company built a $6.88 billion resort in Singapore, billed the world's "most expensive standalone casino property"
-With annual revenues of $14 billion, this company is the largest casino operator in the world by market capitalization
Have you made your guess yet?
If your guess was LVS , you are correct!
Outlook for LVS: There are speculations that LVS might sell its Las Vegas Strip properties to a REIT and then lease them back, a move that would raise about $6 billion and allow it to further focus its efforts in Asia where most of its revenues come from. Although my outlook for LVS is bullish, I expect this stock to trade mostly sideways until later this year or early 2022 when it resumes paying dividends to shareholders. OPTAP: $75
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