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Las Vegas

David G. Schwartz makes a great point regarding the benefits of playing in a casino.

It's the face-to-face experience that engages locals and visitors and table games offer the human experience. Is this one of the great unspoken truths of Las Vegas, that one keeps people returning is the hospitality? I'm not saying all experiences are the same but rather that they must be nurtured. Invest in games that bring people to the same place (instead of just the same screen). Invest in education and re-education of visitors so they see what's on offer in Las Vegas and Nevada. Cheers!