When you are in a large casino in Las Vegas, you always see dozens of cameras. These cameras must keep an eye on the many visitors to the casino to prevent one of the visitors from winning a lot of money by cheating. You'd think a good way to prevent fraud, but many Las Vegas casinos' surveillance rooms are not well staffed at all.
Las Vegas Review Journal: few people behind cameras
A recent report from the Las Vegas Review Journal shows that there are many cameras in the large casinos of Las Vegas, but that the surveillance rooms are not well staffed. This means that images are made of all visitors to the casino, but that these images are not always properly checked. According to the report, more than five people rarely work during one shift. This number would be necessary to maintain good camera surveillance.
Now you may think it is easier to cheat at the big casinos in Las Vegas, but this is certainly not the case. The camera surveillance is not always good, but the floor staff also keeps an eye on you. It's better to just play honestly if you don't want to get in trouble during your gambling vacation in Las Vegas.