This post is syndicated by the Las Vegas Advisor for the 888 casino group. Anthony Curtis comments on the 888 article introduced and linked to on this page.
A.C. says: The author references Steve Cyr’s interview in Cigar Aficionado. For those who don’t know, Cyr is the subject of our book Whale Hunt in the Desert, written by LVA’s Deke Castleman. This article discusses a host’s duties in broad terms and hints at how wild life as a host can get. Hints. For the holy-shit particulars, read the book.
The article was written by Sean Chaffin in association with 888Casino.
What Are Casino Hosts?
For many gamblers, a casino trip simply means booking a flight and hotel or even driving to their nearest gaming spot. They might stroll in with their bankroll and take a seat at their favorite slot machine or head to a blackjack or crap table.
Perhaps a gambler working up an appetite heads to the buffet, then grabs a drink at the bar for a cocktail. A few comps may roll their way, but generally, these gamblers are playing their own bankrolls, hopefully using money that they’d already earmarked for entertainment.
Bigger-money players, however, often avail themselves of VIP treatment via a casino host. These casino representatives generally act as a complete concierge for a gambler, catering to almost every need for a gambler looking to gamble large sums at a casino.
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