When you gamble, you should never gamble with money that you can’t afford to lose. You should also take cash to the casino and leave your credit or bank cards at home. You should also avoid borrowing from friends or trying to win back money that you have already lost. Moreover, it is advisable to set a time limit for your visit to the casino. You should also use the pre-commitment facility to set your betting limit before you enter the casino.
Although casinos provide adequate security, distractions can cause security guards to be distracted from their duty. Hence, you should not leave the casino without counting your chips. If you have made a mistake, you cannot get it corrected once you leave the casino. In addition to this, casino security personnel will not be able to detect your mistakes when you leave the premises.
Another way to protect the casino from cheaters is to install elaborate surveillance systems. These systems let security personnel monitor the entire casino from all angles. For example, cameras in the ceiling watch over tables, doorways, and windows. These cameras can be adjusted to focus on any patron who seems to be stealing or cheating. They also record the feeds so that they can review it later.
Another important element of casino etiquette is tipping. The dealers at the casino earn minimum wages and expect you to tip them when you win. However, this is not mandatory. However, some dealers suggest tipping 10% of your net win, which is still a generous amount to give. Moreover, most casinos pool tips and split them equally.