What happens inside casinos is that they make money by encouraging people to take risks for the chance of winning big. This is why the longer people play, the more money they make. There are 1000s of people a day going into casino hoping to hit big. Those who have money and those who don’t. Casinos have many built-in advantages to ensure their profitability, such as the house edge (a mathematical advantage) that makes it impossible for anyone but the casino to win.
But gambling also appeals to people because it’s exciting, fast-paced and the thrill of the unknown. Often, people aren’t aware of how much they’re spending. They may have no idea how much their bankroll is growing or shrinking based on their bets and how long they’ve been playing.
While other movies focus on opulence and Vegas glamour, Casino digs deep to show the real story of a city that used to be run by mobster families but now is run by huge gambling corporations minting billions in profits. Scorsese uses violence to tell this story, but it is not for style or shock value, and he is faithful to the facts of the matter.
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