If you don't like to tip, most international play will suit you fine. Most casinos in Asia, Europe and Commonwealth countries like England, Australia and New Zealand forbid tipping the dealers.
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Act Like a Gambler
In the U.S. you really have no choice but to tip. Many players refuse to tip, arguing that tips come right off their bottom line. I can't argue with the logic, but I will question the results of a no tipping policy.
I personally have a great deal of respect for most casino personnel and especially dealers. I enjoy tipping them in exchange for good service, and once it is established that I am a "George" (slang for a good tipper), the level of service increases appreciably.
When I tip, I never just give the dealer the tip. I only tip by making bets for the dealer.
I tip by making an outside bet for the dealers if I have been winning. The dealers appreciate this type of wager as they realize that they are much more likely to win the wager and get the tip with an even-money wager than one with high odds against it.
Play like a loser
If you are in a prolonged winning streak, don't rub it in the casino's face by continuing to play at the same table. If you do, make sure that you consistently make the kinds of moves which will throw the pit off. But your best ploy is not to overstay your welcome, especially if you are winning a bundle.
If you have a nice win and a floorman comments on it, you can casually mention that you dropped a bundle at craps last night and you are still not close to even. But don't do this if you never play craps. Make your story plausible.
As a winning player, you will want to look for ways to disguise the amount you are winning. The easiest way to do this is to pocket chips.
This is harder to accomplish if you are playing alone, and is easiest to accomplish if you have a playing partner.
How to Survive and Prosper as a Professional Gambler, published by Silverthorne Publications, has some excellent suggestions on chip hiding routines. With a female accomplice, it is easy to slip chips to her and let her hide them in her purse. Sometimes my wife carries a shopping bag with her, which is a great place to stash chips and offers additional cover to help us look like a pair of happy, typical tourists.
If you are a black chip player, you are better off hiding green chips, as the bosses are more concerned with watching your stack of black chips. If you commonly wager $500 or more, then you can get away with hiding $100 chips, but don't try to stash the $500 chips as the bosses may catch on.
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