Carp, Lea has provided some excellent tips for you.
I started my "blackjack training exercise" in Vegas because they have free table games lessons & $1 minimum bet tables. Atlantic City does not have either but has quite a few "senior/disabled" tables ($5 minimum bets). Those are really fun tables for a beginner. The pace is slower & the people are fun to play with.
When gambling, always set a budget for yourself & don't go over it. Play for fun, not to win.
When you play slots, always play the max coins. I have a set budget amount for $1, 50¢ & 25¢ slots. When done, I take $20 & play the 1 & 2¢ slots. That $20 last me all day & into the evening hours. Most nights I walk away with $100 on those machines.
I only gamble at night & into the wee mornings. I love taking the "day trippers" money.
The main thing is to just enjoy yourself. The ones who play to win, are the ones playing w/their rent, mortgage, car notes, running back & forth to the Mac machines monies.
Another tip. When gambling wear a fanny pack. Pickpocketers love casinos. I'm a people watcher & I have seen quite a few professional pickpocketers in action in both Vegas & Atlantic City. I notice in Vegas they work in 3s. In AC they mostly work in 2s.
Side note: Vegas "casino" hookers are more glamorous & beautiful looking than they are in AC. In AC it's hard to tell the "casino" females hookers from the tranny hookers.
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