Security at a Casino begins with routines and patterns. For example, dealers deal and shuffle cards, and betting spots are on the table. All these predictable motions make it easy for security staff to spot suspicious activity. In addition, casino security teams are always on the lookout for unusual behavior. In the event of a break-in, casino employees are supervised by a higher-up. Regardless of the casino’s size or number of employees, security measures are in place to ensure a safe environment for patrons.

Local unemployment rates are also important to examine. Whether a casino will increase employment locally is a key question. Many proponents of the project point to the low unemployment rate in the area after the casino opened. While this may be true, the unemployment rate should be compared to the state’s. Moreover, the increase in employment in a casino’s location may be simply the result of the natural business cycle or other changes in other sectors.

The casino has a “cooler” to intervene when a player is having an unlucky streak. Although this is not a true situation, the new dealer may be able to change the luck of the game. Some players are superstitious and might feel that the new dealer will “cool” the game and change the odds. They might resent the casino trying to change their luck. Further, they might feel that the new dealer is more experienced and skilled at “cooling” the game.