The biggest and brightest games are usually the ones with the worst odds; so don’t worry about flash, you big-timer you.
Watch all the dealers and try to pick the clumsiest one. If you catch a flash of their down card, it’s not illegal, and it boosts your odds significantly. Don’t flaunt it though; as you can imagine, it’s frowned upon.
Beware of themed games (no matter how nice bikini dealers look). These tables usually have worse odds than regular ones.
If you play any game for long enough, you’ll end up giving your money to the house (because math). Quit while you’re up and you’ll be happy you did.
A worn-down roulette wheel can favor certain numbers; so keep an eye on any patterns that might emerge.
Slot machines are pretty much just money-wasters. If you want to play, pick one with a higher limit that will pay out more.
The odds of hitting all 20 numbers on a 20-spot Keno card are 1 in 3.5 quintillion. Don’t even try.
Some video poker machines can swing in the favor of the gambler (by a super-small margin of course), but only if you play them right.
There’s no clocks in casinos and dealers don’t wear watches, so get yourself a timepiece and keep track of the hours that are ticking away.
The drinks you get for free while playing come out of a “player reinvestment fund” based on what you are likely to lose. So pass up the watered-down garbage and throw down some bucks at the bar.