Players are encouraged to take advantage of their luck by playing games of skill and chance in a casino. Most casino games have mathematically determined house advantages. This advantage is called the house edge or rake. Casinos also give out comps, which are free items, for customers who spend a certain amount of money. In addition, players may win other things, including free drinks, if they are lucky enough. These bonuses, known as rakes, help the casino make more money.
Many players are superstitious, and if they are able to change their lucky dealer, they may feel more comfortable with a different dealer. The casino may resent trying to change their luck, but the new dealer could be a master at “cooling down” the game. Regardless of the new dealer’s skills, players often resent the casino for trying to change their luck by putting a new dealer in the booth.
The best way to stay away from the casino’s high-stakes game is to limit your gambling to money that you can afford to lose. Always take cash, not your bank card, and don’t borrow from others to cover your losses. Make sure you set a time limit and don’t go over that limit. If you’re unsure of your limits, use the pre-commitment facility. That way, you can leave the casino in peace, knowing that you have a limit.